With Miami’s warm climate, sandy beaches and abundance of sunshine it is no wonder it makes such a perfect destination for travelers (and why locals brag all the time). It is the jewel of south Florida, renowned for being clean and safe – no wonder it’s named The Magic City.
To get the most of your vacation, we put together a list of tours for you to choose from with every type of transportation possible. Afraid of heights, there’s a walking tour; get seasick easily, there’s a Segway option – you name it, we’ve listed it.
Miami Beach’s Art Deco District is the first 20th-century neighborhood to be recognized by the National Register of Historic Places, with 800 structures of historical significance, most built between 1923 and 1943. The fanciful pastel buildings, with porthole windows, ship-like railings, sleek curves, glass blocks, shiny chrome, and gleaming terrazzo floors are prime eye candy.
Could there be a more exciting, mind-blowing way to spend the day than high above the ground in a helicopter? Those who have taken a helicopter tour of South Florida think not. From sparkling shorelines to towering skylines, you can soar over the sights and witness things you never imagined. Take flight and see South Florida from a whole new perspective.
Sit back and relax for an unforgettable fully-narrated bilingual sightseeing cruise along scenic Biscayne Bay. See Miami’s spectacular coastal sites including the beautiful downtown Miami skyline, the Port of Miami, Fisher Island, Miami Beach and “Millionaire’s Row” – the homes of the rich and famous.
Choose from two itineraries to explore the vibrant Art Deco District and glamorous South Beach or the Biscayne Bay and Miami River waterfront, dotted with million-dollar yachts and luxurious high-rises.
Their amphibious vehicles provide a once in a lifetime journey through famous South Florida landmarks before a dramatic splashdown into the beautiful Biscayne Bay or Intracoastal; giving you a close-up look at the homes of the rich and famous on Star Island and the Venice of America.