With the no sail order for cruise ships and the ongoing situation in general, we have not included any cruise data until April 1, 2021. As the situation changes continiously and quickly we cannot guarantee or be hold responsible for the accuracy of any of our data.
Small Crowds expected on in
Public holiday in destination country: NO
School holidays in destination country: YES
Cruise passengers in (nearby) ports: NO
Local events: NO
School holidays in the following countries: Spring Break (USA)
Cruise ships in port: NO
Avoid Crowds’ USA data is based on several sets of tourist data. We for example use hotel occupancy rates, average hotel prices, cruise departures as well as event data. We understand that Miami is big and we mostly understand European tourism travel patterns. That is why we want to be modest: our data for the Southern Floridan city is not yet perfect.
Similar to our approach in New York City, our Miami data is focused on the most touristic areas and does not reflect all regions at the same time. Best time to visit Miami to avoid crowds is between March and May. During these months crowds are low(er) and you can still enjoy great weather. Hurricane season in Miami is a good time to visit if you want to benefit from low crowds and cheap hotel rooms. You should however be aware that it rains more often while the temperature is too hot for many tourists. And the obvious risk of hurricanes during hurricane season (of course).
Disclaimer: We put a lot of effort into getting our data right. However, we have to rely on external data sources which are available in many different languages. Therefore, we can only promise we do our best. We cannot guarantee that our data is correct. No rights can be derived from this publication.