For some excitement, natural beauty, clean air and the best beach on the East Coast, you'll want to keep a visit to Miami on your bucket list for sure. If your family is taking a vacation to this city, of course you don't want to be left at home, just because you need to use oxygen therapy. All you have to do is give us a call, and we'll help you select the portable oxygen concentrator that will best meet your needs, and have it shipped to you right when you need it.
South Florida is a great place to be during the winter, since even January doesn't get much colder than 65 degrees during the day time. Still, the best times to visit Miami are during the spring and late fall, when temperatures are pleasant, yet still warm enough to go swimming at the famed Miami Beach. During these times of year, humidity is lower and the skies are clearer. If you're there in the heat and humidity, just take precautions to stay cool, since high heat can be exacerbate COPD.
The Magic City is an epicenter for culture, music, fashion, art, finance and great food. You won't ever feel at a loss for something exciting to do in this city. For a great tropical experience with the indigenous nature of this area, visit the Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden and spend some time taking in the exotic and rare palm trees, cycads and vines. The Miami Science and Art museums will be an educational treat for the whole family.
This city provides plenty of accommodating public transportation to both visitors and citizens alike, with Metro buses and rail systems. You won't need to worry whether or not your portable oxygen rental will be allowed on, since all of the portable models we carry are already 100% approved for travel on any type of vehicle. You can even go boating, just make sure your concentrator doesn't get wet, since it is an electronic device.
For a unique sight, plan to visit Stiltsvile, which is a group of 7 houses that are on stilts in the mud flats, one mile out past Cape Florida. If you're into art deco and the 1920s, take a stroll down Art Deco Ocean Drive, and pretend like you've traveled back into the time of the flappers and speakeasies. You could also take yourself and your travel partners down to the Miami Seaquarium, for a full aquatic park experience, with dolphins, sea lions, and of course, a killer whale.
Get your rest during the day, power up your concentrator batteries and hit the town after the sun goes down to do some dining out and mingling with the locals. For dinner, head over to one of Miami's favorite restaurants – Michael's Genuine Food and Drink, which features American cuisine, or Fogo de Chao for some authentic South American food. Dance the night away or just hang out at one of the many bars in Miami, such as Lagniappe House or Michy's.