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The Palm Beaches Travel Information

As the official destination marketing corporation for Palm Beach County, Discover The Palm Beaches’ utmost priority is the safety and comfort of our visitors and locals.

Updated as of July 17, 2020

As the official destination marketing corporation for Palm Beach County, Discover The Palm Beaches welcomes you with open palms. Enjoy your visit to the Best Way to Experience Florida by observing state and local safety guidelines

Health & Safety Information

Palm Beach County is in Phase 1 of Florida’s Safe. Smart. Step-by-Step. reopening plan. There are state guidelines for attractions, restaurants, and things to do, while our hotels are following industry high standards for cleaning and safety. The Palm Beaches’ utmost priority is the safety and comfort of our visitors and locals. Our priority is to focus on the health and safety of all those who live or travel to The Palm Beaches.  Learn more about how we are preparting for your visit.

The Palm Beaches Pledge 

Discover The Palm Beaches wants you to feel safe. We’ve asked cities, attractions, hotels, restaurants, museums, and more to take The Palm Beaches Pledge. It’s a promise to follow official guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Learn more about our Pledge

Please Wear a Face Covering

Palm Beach County has a local ordinance requiring facial coverings in public places – indoors or outdoors – wherever social distancing isn’t possible. Public areas can be in hotels, attractions, museums, transportation, retail stores, and restaurants. Now, if you’re at the beach or outdoors, engaged in social distancing or actively walking, hiking, or biking – then you don’t need a covering. There are exemptions: children under 2; persons unable to wear facial coverings due to health regulations, religious reasons, facial treatments, medical conditions; and, public safety personnel with PPE. 

Stay and Play 

Find Great Offers and Download Our Guide 
This is a great time to visit! We have more than 100 terrific offers from many hotels and attractions for Florida Residents and locals, check out deals and don’t forget to download our Visitors Guide. 

Legendary Hospitality Continues

From beachfront resorts to well-known brands along I-95 to quiet boutiques, hotels are open throughout The Palm Beaches. Find your place to stay

Vacation Rentals 

Within The Palm Beaches, vacation rentals remain closed for stays shorter than 30 days, except to persons performing military, emergency, governmental, health and infrastructure response.  There are no restrictions for stays more than 30 days.

Fly into PBI

Palm Beach International Airport (PBI) is easy to use and centrally located in West Palm Beach. For the latest on flight schedules and airport safety standards, visit PBIA.org

Attractions, Museums, Shopping

When it comes to things to do in The Palm Beaches, the list is diverse and full of fun. Our attractions, museums, and shops are following state policies on social distancing and maintaining flexible hours. Explore all the things to do in The Palm Beaches. 

Dine Out  

Restaurants are open for seating, takeout, and delivery. It’s more limited for inside dining, but many restaurants are welcoming everyone to enjoy fresh air by expanding their outdoor seating. Bars, nightclubs, and pubs remain closed. Discover all our dining options.

See the Waterways 

There’s renowned beauty from rivers, lakes, lagoons, and the Intracoastal Waterway, but most of all it’s all about exciting times everyone can have boating, fishing, and diving in The Palm Beaches. There are a few limitations in place, just check with your provider. Go out on the water and dive below.

Fresh Air, Trails to Explore

With 31,000 acres of Natural Areas protecting native habitats and the Florida Everglades, The Palm Beaches are an eco-paradise. While many of our cities have outstanding parks as well. All together we have places to kayak, canoe, bike, hike, and run. Just in keep in mind some park facilities remain closed. Explore our parks and natural areas from sunrise to sunset. 

Fore! Ahead

With more 160 public and private courses, The Palm Beaches are Florida’s Golf Capital.® Before you hit the links, we suggest you contact the course for availability and any additional requirements, check out our courses

Conferences, Meetings, Conventions

Conference organizers and meeting attendees, please view our Emergency Management Tool Kit for any questions you may have about your meeting.  You can also review our Stay Safe - Customer Journey Tool Kit. The Stay Safe Customer Journey Tool Kit provides communication updates and real-time information from local cities, the County and State, as well as information regarding travel recommendations and guidelines.

For additional  information contact our sales team.

Conference organizers and meeting attendees, please view our list of additional resources currently available: