Incorporated in 1925, Boca Raton
is a Floridian city that lies on the water and faces the Bahamas
and the North Atlantic Ocean.
Though its name is Spanish for
'rat's mouth' this is misleading, as the term 'boca' describes
an inlet, fitting for a city that includes so much water. Salsa and samba fans will find this a pleasant and affluent city, with
strict zoning laws keeping billboards out and buildings low.
Nothing interferes with the wonderful
carnival samba waterfront view that Boca Raton Residents take for granted. This
beautiful city gives easy access to the beach and Florida salsa Latin band and dancers enthusiasts
can bask in the warm samba temperatures that prevail year round.
The average low is 76F while
the average high is a tropical 90F, just like the Caribbean.
It's the perfect weather for salsa action, so make sure you attend
a samba dancers and Latin theme party showgirls or Cuban theme party, watch a samba carnival Latin dance
The city is home to several wealthy communities, including many
residents with ties to Brazil, Colombia, Venezuela and other
South American countries.
That means that salsa fans will
have lots of chances to listen to Cuban and samba music and Latin music,
to hear some live bands and to do some salsa dancing. Samba dancers are performing at some Boca Raton resort beach hotels on special occasions.
While the city was once famous for two amusement parks, long
since closed, it later became known as the home of IBM, which
lasted into the mid-1990s. These days, Boca Raton has become
a samba carnival haven for the rich and famous, with many sports stars purchasing