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South Florida contains miles and miles of shell-rich and white-sand beaches, and there´s no better time than obtaining cheap flights to Fort Myers. Located on the Gulf of Mexico, go barefoot and be fancy free soaking  up the sun, swimming or just lay back and relax. Discover even more surprises from Bayfront to Pine Island to Sanibel that makes up the Greater Fort Myers region.

Requirements for Entry into the United States

A passport with an expiration of 6 months or more from the return date is necessary for entrance into the United States. Prior to boarding a flight, a tourist visa must be in hand for all Nigerian citizens and residents. The U.S. Embassy in Abuja or the Consulate General in Lagos is the places to visit and apply for one.

Getting to Fort Myers from Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW)

There are several options to reach Fort Myers from Southwest Florida International Airport. 

A public bus service, LeeTran runs regularly from 7:25 a.m. and 8 p.m. It is not direct and a change of busses is required to reach the centre of Fort Myers. 

There are many shared rides, and other ground transportation services available and inquiries can be made at the Ground Transportation Information Booth near to the baggage collection area. 

A taxi stand located just outside the airport, and the taxis are relatively inexpensive when compared to other airports. It will be the fastest and most convenient way to reach the destination. 

Several hotel chains offer a shuttle service from the airport to their hotels nearby; however, they must be arranged directly with the hotels when making reservations.

Car rental service is available with all major brands represented. This may be the best option if one is planning on travelling to the Everglades, Walt Disney World or Miami.

Major Attractions

Many prominent people used Fort Myers as their winter residence, including inventors Thomas Edison and Henry Ford.  Open to the public, the Edison & Ford Winter Estates are popular attractions. See some of the lesser known achievements of these influential men in the exhibition galleries. There is even a river cruise on the Caloosahatchee River that will enthrall all ages.

Fort Myers has a large amount of seafaring history, a good example of which can be found at the Sanibel Lighthouse & Fishing Pier. Constructed in 1884, this landmark has been guiding ships home for two centuries and is located close to a beach. The pier stretches out into the horizon and is wonderful to walk on no matter when.   

Things to Do

Ft. Meyer’s a perfect place for all who love more adventurous water activities and parasailing, canoeing, or kayaking are popular as well as charter fishing expeditions and dolphin watching.

There is so much more to Fort Myers such as the Southwest Florida Museum of History. It hosts top visiting exhibits such as King Tut and 18th Dynasty treasures. The museum´s main focus is in its permanent collection emphasising the history and culture of Fort Myers and Southwest Florida. Everything from the civilisation of the Paleo-Indians, the Calusa and the Seminoles to the arrival of the Spanish explorers are displayed here

Children can experience what it’s like in a hurricane in a simulator that plays a part of a learning and entertainment experience at the Imaginarium.

Visit the free of charge Lee County Manatee Park and check out the manatees and other wildlife in their habitat during November to March. Guided tours are available and a butterfly garden that is open year round for visitors is on the same premises.

Catch an American style baseball game at City of Palm Stadium Complex with the proud city’s home team, the ‘Miracles.’

Finish off the perfect day in Fort Myers with a romantic cruise right when the sun begins to set and the water starts to glisten. Live music helps set the mood boats leave out of McCarthy’s Marina and South Seas Island.  One might even get to see wild dolphins swimming by the boat.


Options range from gourmet to hamburgers in Fort Myers. Many restaurants focus on Florida's freshest, finest catch of the day and right from the docks. Sample jumbo shrimp, crabs, mahi-mahi, and red snapper and a local specialty that’s attainable every day, grouper. There is a varied array of international cuisine available in fast food venues to fine-dining restaurants.

Enjoy dinner a different way by catching a Murder-Mystery Dinner-Show aboard the Seminole Gulf Railway.  

Hotels & Accommodation

Accommodations in Fort Myers come in all price ranges. With good planning, the right price will be secured. There are many options to choose from of where to call home whilst in Florida besides beach-front resorts or major hotel chains. There are rustic self-catering cottages, self-catering apartments, small hotels, motels, B&Bs and even campsites are available.   


Ft. Myers is spread out, making it not an area easy to get about on foot except for the beach area.  The best option to get around the easiest is with a rental auto.

LeeTran is the public transportation system, with both bus and beach trolley services. The trolley service is restricted to the beach and does not enter the city centre.

Best Time to Visit

The best time to visit Fort Myers, FL is from the months of March to May. This is because the weather is nice and sunny and without the downpours and heat of the summer. In March, the temperature averages 27°C in April 29°C and in May, the temperature is 32°C. June through October is hurricane season, and although they have been infrequent in years past, there is always a possibility. 

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