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Seaplane Tours in Miami

By Viator, February 2014

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 8 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

One unique way to explore Miami is taking a seaplane tour. While airplane tours and boat tours are each worthwhile for different reasons, a seaplane tour gives you the best of both worlds. You see, a ...  Read more

Exploring Miami’s Little Havana

By Viator, July 2013

4.5 star rating: Recommended 12 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

Located just west of downtown Miami, Little Havana -- named after Havana, the capital of Cuba -- was a Cuban neighborhood from the 1970s to the 1990s. Today the demographic is a mix of South ...  Read more

3 Days in Miami: Suggested Itineraries

By Viator, August 2014

4 star rating: Recommended 546 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

Once nicknamed "God's Waiting Room" because of the many octogenarians eking out their last moments by the pool, modern day Miami is a glittering jewel of the south. Peppered with the music, ...  Read more

Best Everglades Tours from Miami

By Viator, April 2014

4 star rating: Recommended 301 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

No trip to Miami would be complete without experiencing the Everglades National Park, one of the world’s few national parks to hold all three titles of a World Heritage Site, International ...  Read more

Key West Tours from Miami

By Viator, May 2014

4 star rating: Recommended 171 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

Key West: a small island with big potential. The one-time home of Hemingway, the southernmost point in the United States - not to mention world-renown snorkeling, scuba-diving, offshore fishing, ...  Read more

Miami's Best Beaches

By Viator, August 2013

72 544x376 For those who want a beach getaway, Miami is a top destination option. Home to more than 15 beaches, you’ll have plenty of options for where to soak in some sun. That ...  Read more

Miami’s Best Beaches for Families

By Jessica F , March 2013

While Miami gets a lot of hype for being a wild party destination, the city actually has much to offer families, especially in terms of beaches. Matheson Hammock Park Beach is a tranquil beach with ...  Read more

Cruising Ocean Drive

By Natalie Grant , USA, February 2013

If you’re looking for classic Art Deco buildings, al fresco dining and beautiful weather, Ocean Drive is the first place you should head on your trip to Miami. It’s a bit pricey, but when all the ...  Read more

Vizcaya Museum and Gardens

By Natalie Grant , USA, January 2013

Getting to explore inside elegant mansions from previous generations is an activity that satisfies both the museum-lover and the romantic. Miami has its own enviable premises, a National Historic ...  Read more

Cruising from Miami's Port

By Natalie Grant , USA, January 2013

If you’re itching to hop back on a cruise, or even to have your very first cruise experience, look no further than Miami , Florida and the famous PortMiami—the Cruise Capital of the World! ...  Read more

Christmas in Miami

By Natalie Grant , USA, November 2012

If your vision of Miami is just bikinis and martinis, you haven’t seen the city during Christmastime, when it’s as magical, festive, and special as anywhere with snow or pine trees! Here are ...  Read more

Fishing in Miami

By Natalie Grant , USA, October 2012

Famous for beaches and clear waters, Miami naturally has prime fishing spots for you to take a breather between all the trekking between Art Deco buildings and fusion restaurants. If you need ...  Read more

Miami Beach Boardwalk

By Natalie Grant , USA, September 2012

The Miami boardwalk extends from South Pointe Park to Indian Beach Park —essentially, clear up the east side of Miami Beach —for over seven miles (11 km), although the raised wooden stretch ...  Read more

Visiting Miami's Little Havana

By Natalie Grant , USA, June 2012

Little Havana is a lively neighborhood between Miami River and 16 th Street, and whereas it used to be filled with a mostly Cuban population, many of whom immigrated in the 1960′s after the ...  Read more

Top Miami Pools (Part II)

By Natalie Grant , USA, February 2012

At the end of the day, the main reason we all love to swim is because it feels good on the body – whether it’s to exercise, to regulate temperature by cooling off, to have unorganized games of ...  Read more

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