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West Palm Beach Travel Guide
West Palm Beach: The City Overview
West Palm Beach is a mid-sized city of just under 100,000 residents in the South Florida.
West Palm Beach sees a huge influx of visitors from across the world due to its serene beaches stretching over 40 miles in Palm Beach County. The proximity of the Gulf Stream keeps the waters warm year-round. West Palm Beach attracts visitors interested in diving, snorkeling, kayaking and other water fun. You can find affordable gear rentals from the various dive shops and outdoor centers nearby.
Palm Beach has lifeguards during the day. Abide by the flags or alerts issued by them regarding hazardous weather conditions. A beach activity unique to Florida is watching space shuttles launch out over the ocean. Shuttles lifting off from Cape Kennedy are visible during daylight and night hours.
Airport in West Palm Beach
Palm Beach International Airport
Airport Code: PBI
Location: The airport is bordered on the west by Military Trail.
Hub for : JetBlue Airways, Southwest Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Allegiant Air, American Airlines
Quick Facts: The airport has one MAIN Terminal with three concourses, A, B and C. carriers at Concourse C are Delta, Frontier, Jetblue and Spirit; Air Canada, Allegiant, American, Southwest and United use concourse B; and Bahamasair and Silver Airways use Concourse A
Popular Airlines to Book Your Tickets to Palm Beach International Airport
Allegiant Air (G4): Book your plane ticket to West Palm Beach with Allegiant Air, the leading ultra-low-cost carrier of the US. The airline has nonstop flights to Palm Beach International Airport from Asheville, Charlotte–Concord, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Knoxville, and Pittsburgh.
American (AA): The flag carrier of America has nonstop flights to West Palm Beach from Charlotte, Chicago–O’Hare, Dallas/Fort Worth, and Philadelphia.
Delta (DL): The airline has nonstop flights to PBI from ATL (Atlanta), DTW (Detroit), JFK (New York), LGA (New York–LaGuardia).
Frontier Airlines (F9): Book cheap air ticket to West Palm Beach with Frontier, the leading low-cost carrier. It has nonstop flights from Denver, Long Island/Islip, Newark, Philadelphia, and Trenton.
JetBlue Airways (B6): Book cheap tickets to West Palm Beach from Boston, Hartford, Chicago–O’Hare (begins October 1, 2020), Newark, New York–JFK, New York–LaGuardia, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Providence, Washington–National, and White Plains.
Southwest (WN): Book your plane ticket to West Palm Beach with Southwest Airlines, the world’s largest low-cost airline. The airline operates nonstop flights to West Palm Beach from Atlanta, Baltimore, Long Island/Islip, Washington–National (begins January 5, 2021).
Things to Do in West Palm Beach
Staying true to its name, West Palm Beach is a collection of over 40 beaches. However, there are 26 public, guarded beaches along the Palm Beach County coastline, which are safe. These laid-back spaces help you get a dose of sunshine and salty ocean air, and experience the whole bunch of watersports, including surfing, sunbathing, volleyball, walking, jogging, and swimming. Get an idea of the weather condition. Pack cooler, towels and sunscreen. Lifeguards are on duty from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. surfing, sunbathing, volleyball, group or organized activities. Chairs, tents, umbrellas or cabana rentals allowed but you should mind social distancing.
2. Sebastian Inlet State Park
Sebastian Inlet State Park lies within a beautiful stretch of barrier island along central Florida’s east coast where land meets sea. Sebastian Inlet is a manmade cut through the barrier island. This main feature of the park connects the Atlantic Ocean with one of the most biodiverse estuaries in the world, the Indian River Lagoon.
The park stretches over three miles along the barrier island and covers 1,000 acres. Shoreline and water abound to make for great fishing, surfing, swimming, snorkelling, kayaking, shelling and beachcombing.
The park has two museums: The Sebastian Fishing Museum and McLarty Museum. Timings: open 7 days a week from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., excepting major holidays.
The park also welcomes campers. Interested campers need permission of the park authority. Phone the park on the day of arrival at 772-589-9659.
3. Watch Space Shuttles Launch
If you are a true follower of space science and want to experience some of its adventure, West Palm Beach has got you covered. Watch the shuttles lifting off from Cape Kennedy. Night and early morning launches are significantly more impressive. From most beaches, looking directly north up the coast will orient you correctly. Launches are visible from anywhere in Florida, but the ocean guarantees a clear view and night launches often reflect in the water.
4. Do Cycling and Roller Blading
There are bicycle paths throughout the area. One of the nicest is on the West (Intracoastal) side of Palm Beach. It runs from the middle bridge to the inlet that separates Palm Beach from Singer Island. This path is also suitable for roller blading.
5. Tour McCarthys Wildlife
McCarthys Wildlife Sanctuary is a non-profit wildlife rehabilitation center. It’s home to 90 animals including over 22 large cats lions, tiger, panther, snakes and more. Money raised through visitor passes or tickets goes towards the care of the animals. Bring your camera. A fun and educational experience. $10 children, $20 adult.
6. Paddle Boarding and Water Activities
Enjoy the peacefulness of paddling your way through the calm waterways of the intracoastal. Local mom-and-pop shops have their boards, jet skis, wave runners, kayaks and canoes ready and waiting for you. You can find stand-up paddleboards, kayaks and surfboards at affordable rental.
Note: You are likely to see some COVID-19 restrictions.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What airline has the cheapest air ticket to West Palm Beach?
Allegiant Air, JetBlue, Frontier, Southwest
2. How much time does it take to reach West Palm Beach?
Flight distance and flight time between West Palm Beach and some popular US cities are provided as follows:
| Origin City || Flight Distance || Flight Time |
| Origin City || 545 miles / 877 km || 1 hour 21 minutes |
| Atlanta || 1,030 miles/1658 km || 2 hours 34 minutes |
| Baltimore || 884 miles/1422 km || 02 hour 05 minutes |
| Dallas Fort Worth || 1,103 miles/1775 km || 02 hour 17 minutes |
| Boston || 1,197 miles/1926 km || 2 hours 47 minutes |
| Philadelphia || 951 miles/1530 km || 02 hours 13 minutes |
3. What is the best time to visit West Palm Beach?
The best time to visit West Palm Beach is end of spring (April to May) or the beginning of fall (September to October).
4. Which is the best airport to fly in West Palm Beach?
West Palm Beach International Airport. It has 200 daily flights with more than 12 leading mainline and low-cost carriers.
5. What is the coldest month in West Palm Beach?
The coldest month is January, with an average high-temperature of 74.7°F (23.7°C) and an average low-temperature of 56.8°F (13.8°C).
6. What is the wettest month in West Palm Beach?
The month with the most rainfall days is August when the rain falls for 17.4 days.