Miami Double Decker Bus Tour & Miami Boat Tour | $39
Miami Double Decker Bus Tour 2.5 hours
Miami Boat Tour Through Millionaire's Row 75 Minutes
Free shopping time at Bayside Market Place
Stops & Hop-Off at different parts of the city for picture taking
Hotel Pick up & Round Trip Transportation.
- Departure Dates: Daily
- Departure Times: 9:30 AM, 11:30 AM, 1:30 PM, 3:30 PM
- Tour Duration: 5 Hours Approximately
- Return Time: 3:30 PM 4:30 PM, 6:00 PM, 7:00 PM (Approximately)
(Morning tour has more shopping time than the afternoon tour)
305 Lincoln Road., Miami Beach, Fl 33139 (Meeting Location)
235 9th Street, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Hotel Pick Up Available! Click here for time sheet
Below is a list of some of the most interesting and exciting places you'll be visiting on the tour.
Historic Art Deco District
University of Miami
And many more places!
Miami Boat Tours - The Perfect Way to Make Your Miami Bus Tour Memorable
While there are quite a few cities that offer boat tours, the Miami City and Boat Tour is an unmatched experience, especially the duck tours of Miami. It is because of these activities that Miami Bus tours become an unforgettable experience for both kids and adults. The boat tours are also an interesting and unique way to find out more about the beautiful city of Miami and participate in its fascinating local activities. Yes, this does include more than just watching LeBron play for the Heat! The new Miami Marlins stadium is awesome as well.
Miami boat trip provide tourists an opportunity to travel around the city by sea as well as land. It is carried out in an amphibian vehicle and the vessel can easily travel through the road of the city as well as the waters of South beach. Very knowledgeable and experienced guides, all of whom possess a license, supervise the tours. The usual time of these boat tours is about 90 minutes.
The Boat Trip
The Miami boat tours and bus tour offer tourists a really good chance to experience the sights and sounds of Miami and become acquainted with the city as well as learn about the interesting history behind the area’s man-made islands. The tour usually starts from a particular area in South Beach and takes visitors through the different areas there. It then continues on to Watson Island that is famous for the duck tours. As for the sea part of the tour, it goes through the region’s islands and is followed with a view of the Star Island as well as the Flagler memorial. The tour ends exactly from where it started.
The Miami bus tour and boat tours takes visitors to South Beach, or Sobe, which is an important recreation destination for both locals and visitors. It covers all the important islands of the Miami Beach. The Art Deco District is one of Florida’s biggest tourists attractions and is made up of buildings that use the Art Deco architecture style. Some of the buildings date back to the 1920s. The Millionaire’s Row of the 1940s, known for its spacious and palatial houses, high-end stores and world-class restaurants, is Miami’s most luxurious area. The area lines the scenic Miami Beach bay.
One of the most important and memorable highlights of the Miami boat trip is when you pass by the beautiful residences of some of Hollywood’s most famous personalities like Julio Iglesias, Beyoncé, and Shaquille O’ Neal. You will also be able to see the residence of Al Capone here.
Some Non-Traditional Encounters
The Miami bus and boat tours are a very enjoyable and interesting experience, even with some unusual encounters that might happen. There are many jokes about the place and visitors often hear these from the tour narrators. Once back home, you can always share these fun moments with friends. In case the jokes and some activities like the duck tours are too inappropriate for you, there are traditional alternatives as well for a simpler tour of the city and the waters.
Since the boat tours take visitors through the water areas, activities like the duck tours are equipped with ‘splashdown’ features. These take place as the visitors go into the duck's entrance. There are also some open water activities that you might like but these are not offered by all Miami boat tours. If you want to experience these, you can choose a cruise from the marketplace.