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A popular destination for Quebecers, Fort Lauderdale is located on the Atlantic Ocean coast. Tourists like to return there year after year, for its white sandy beaches and its warm and humid climate ideal for a memorable vacation.

Because the intercostal canal, this city is very popular with boat owners. The numerous marinas are an important feature of the destination. In addition, Fort Lauderdale is also an important place for cruise departures in the Caribbean.


The official currency of the United States is the U.S. dollar (USD). Credit and debit cards are accepted everywhere. However, if you plan to use your cards at your destination, be sure to inform your financial institution of the dates of your stay in the United States.


Two doses of Covid-19 vaccine are required to fly from Canada and to cross the land border into the United States.


You must present proof of Canadian citizenship to enter the United States. A valid NEXUS card or a passport valid until the date of departure can satisfy this requirement. Note that the NEXUS card must be used at a self-service kiosk if you are entering the United States by air.


Month Max Min Prec.
January 24 °C 16 °C 44 mm
February 25 °C 17 °C 69 mm
March 26 °C 19 °C 75 mm
April 28 °C 21 °C 59 mm
May 30 °C 23 °C 111 mm
June 31 °C 25 °C 195 mm
July 32 °C 26 °C 140 mm
August 32 °C 26 °C 142 mm
September 31 °C 25 °C 188 mm
October 30 °C 23 °C 131 mm
November 27 °C 21 °C 69 mm
December 25 °C 18 °C 62 mm


The official language of the United States is English. However, Spanish is commonly spoken in the southern states.

Things to do in Fort Lauderdale

Day at the Beach

A visit to Fort Lauderdale would not be complete without a stop at the beach. Here is a list of the most popular beaches in and around the city:

  • Deerfield Beach
  • Hillsboro Beach
  • Pompano Beach
  • Lauderdale-By-The-Sea
  • Dania Beach
  • Hollywood Beach
  • Hallandale Beach

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