Tiago was an excellent host. His knowledge of the city, Little Havana, the culture and the food was outstanding. The ride was easy, not long and not strenuous. The bikes were in great shape. We stopped frequently so Tiago could explain about areas and their significance. We rode to Little Havana were we had out picture take by the Rooster, and then on to sample food and walk around Little Havana. The food was excellent. Tiago was able to explain the significance of each dish and how to eat it like a native. We left Little Havana with smiles on our faces and full bellies. If you like food and are interested in the history and culture of Little Havana you cannot miss with this tour and Tiago.
It was a long bike ride but the tour guy was amazing. The food was spectacular. It's definitely worth the bike ride; the scenery was great to look at while riding
This is a great way to explore a mix of the tourist and non-touristy areas of Miami. We called ahead of time to confirm our reservation. The staff is young and really great. Shawna was our guide and very helpful. She was very kind and made a couple of stops so we could catch a breath and take some pictures. The bike ride isn't 8 miles, it is more close to a 22 mile round trip, which takes approx. 5 hours depending on the size of group and number of breaks. So it isn't for someone who just wants a joy ride without physically challenging yourself. We rode over some pretty tall bridges and were sore by the end of the evening. We stopped at a Cuban restaurant in Little Havana and the food was amazing. I would recommend them if you want to do something different on your trip to Miami. p.s: they have different locations that you can start your ride from. We walked 10 blocks to one of their stops, only to later realize that there was one right behind our hotel. So ask them what is the closest location to your hotel when you confirm your reservation.
This was one of the best things we did on our vacation in Miami. Be warned, Bike and Rolls computer system is not properly synced up with Viator's tour booking. When I arrived they has no record of my appointment. However they were able to accommodate me on time. Make sure to call confirm after u book
What a great way to spend the day in Miami! Our tour guide, Oasis, from Bike and Roll, was a wealth of information about the art deco architecture and the history of Miami and Little Havana. Our small group was expertly guided for almost 6 hours, including a fabulous lunch in Little Havana (plus icecream for dessert). We felt safe, at all times, and well taken care of. Bikes were comfortable and well maintained. Because of what we learned on this tour, we were able to rent bikes again, later in our stay, and self-navigate all over Miami Beach and Miami, all the way to the Coconut Grove Arts Festival, and other sights. Highly recommend this tour.
Everything was fantastic. Great guides, beautiful day, good food and friendly people.
We had a wonderful trip with our guide Oasis. From 9 to 52 years everybody had a blast.
Great experience. This is a great opportunity to see the city, have fun and work out at the same time. Take the tour with Oasis, you wont regret it.
This was a very interesting tour and the best way to see Little Havana. Our tour guide was interesting. The food in Little Havana was quite tasty. We really enjoyed the Domino stop. The only issue with the tour was that it was much longer than advertised. Much closer to 20 miles than 8 miles. It wasn't a difficult ride at all but those who don't bike much might find it a little taxing. This is my second Viator Bike Tour. I wouldn't want to see a city any other way.
Great concept but needed more information from the tour guide. Have to say that Laura, the trainee guide will be excellent when she's ready to go on her own. She has a real way with people and we appreciated her caring nature. We didn't get any information until we arrived at the destination i.e. as we were riding along we should have been getting details of what we were seeing. It was disappointing in that respect. Loved the Ball and Chain bar music. That was the sort of thing we expected more of.