ALL MIAMI TOURS
Original Miami City Tours
Famous Miami Boat Tour
Miami City + Boat Tours
Everglades + City + Boat
Miami Walking Tour
Miami Fishing Tour
Deep Sea Fishing Miami
Water Taxi Tours
Thrilling Boat Tours
Bahamas Ferry Cruise
Bahamas 2 Night Cruise
Miami Helicopter Tours
Miami Seaplane Tours
Jungle Island Tours
Scuba Diving Tours
RENTALS IN MIAMI
KEY WEST ATTRACTIONS
ORLANDO PARKS / SHUTTLE
Below are the available bulk discount rates for each individual item when you purchase a certain amount
LAST MINUTE RESERVATIONS AVAILABLE!
EVERGLADES WILDLIFE SHOW AND AIRBOAT RIDE TOUR + MIAMI CITY TOUR
(With time to hop on and off the bus)
Miami City + Boat Tour:
-Departure dates: Daily
-Duration: 7 hours morning or 5 hours afternoon
-Departure time: 9:00 AM only.
- Return time: 4:30 PM
Everglades tour description:
Experience the Everglades Airboat Tours & Wildlife Show! At Gator Park, you'll see all kinds of wildlife such as: alligators, turtles, snakes, fish and exotic birds as you take an airboat ride deep into the Everglades National Park. All tours are narrated by professional guides so you'll have the opportunity to learn about the unique wetlands and its native inhabitants.
Everglades tours: Enjoy views during the trip on a luxury coach throughout the 45 minute drive from Miami to the Everglades. Then go deep into the jungle through the airboat ride tour that last 30-45 minutes. Wildlife shows are only available in English.
Miami City Tour Description:
Join us on a tour through the Miami's most interesting neighborhoods. Learn about the city's history and see MIAMI TOURSs of the rich and famous by bus tour and boat tour (miami sightseeing).
*Free bottle water upon request, available at terminals only.
The Miami City Tour and the Everglades Tour
Miami is ranked as America’s Cleanest City and being the second largest city in United States is also a famous hub for many tourists. It is notable for its arts centers, museums, and the various kinds of music. People vacationing in Miami should never miss the elegant coral reefs and the beaches Miami has to offer. These sunny and sandy beaches are the perfect place to relax and get a tan.
The Miami city tour includes some of the most interesting places to visit. The famous Art Deco District has buildings of historic importance. This National historic district contains houses, hotels and structures built centuries ago. The Coconut Grove is one of the historical neighborhoods too which houses many parks, groves, and the impressive center known as Coco Walk. The Coral Gables in downtown Miami is one of the places of interest among the Miami city tour. This destination has many alluring botanical gardens, arboretum, and parks which makes a tour rejuvenating. The Little Havana gives us a glimpse into the Cuban culture and lifestyle. Known for the art deco hotel and the flawless historic buildings is the Ocean Drive. Some of the other attractions in this tour are Venetian Causeway which connects Miami mainland and Miami Beach, the Venetian Pool which was built on an old coral quarry, and many other sights and attractions.
The most convenient way to get around and have a fabulous city tour in Miami would be by bus since there is bus service reaching many of the major attractions. Another reliable and frequent means of transportation to get around for a city tour would be the Metrorail.
The Everglades Tour
People visiting Miami on a tour would make a wise choice in choosing Everglades as part of their itinerary. Everglades is one of the most preferred vacation spots in the state of Florida. Tourists can reach the Everglades either by plane from Miami International Airport, by car through Route 41 in the west, or Route 1 from the south.
The Everglades National Park which is a World Heritage Site is a haven for many endangered animals and over 1,000 species of plants. This 1.5 million acres lush green area is one of the largest parks. There are four visitor centers namely: Ernest Coe Visitor Center which is open throughout the year. They provide brochures, postcards, insect repellant, and information about the park. The Flamingo Visitor Center also offers information about the park but is open from mid-November to April. Hiking and canoeing trials begin near this center. Bicycle rentals, guided tram tours are available at the Shark Valley Visitor Center. The Gulf Coast Visitor Center offers backcountry permits. This visitor center also has restaurants, lodging, and camping grounds. Everglades National Park offers an annual pass of 25 dollars which allows the purchaser and the people accompanying an entry for the whole year from the day of purchase.
The Everglades consists of more than half of the Florida Bay. Visitors can begin this fascinating tour with the use of trails in the park which allow visitors to experience an adventurous walk. Visitors come across a wide array of wide life like deer, sand hill cranes, purple gallinules, and many exotic birds. Sometimes people might also come across alligators, various turtles, and tilapia as they walk by the river bed which flows across the trails. Some of the areas within the park are highly protected where visitors are instructed to be quiet to avoid scaring the animals. Visitors can also avail the guided tours which gives more insight into the flora and fauna in this national park.
Apart from the trail, visitors can also experience wildlife with the help of Shark Valley Tram Tours. The two hours guided tour is priced 19 dollars per person. It would be appropriate to use this tram tours during winter to have a glance of animals which come out to soak in the sun. There is an observation deck on the way which offers a panoramic view of the park. It would be a perfect location to click snaps and make this tour memorable.
Camping and Exploring
In addition, some relaxing boat rides and thrilling air boat rides are also available in this park. Visitors can rent canoes to explore this breathtaking greenery. The National Park is open to its visitors all through the year from 8 am to 6 pm. Bike rentals are also available within the park. There are some camping sites which can be used on a reservation basis. Some of the camping sites are near the Ernest F. Coe Visitor Center. The fares for camping start from $14 and move upward.
Vacationers interested in fishing should acquire a state license. It is strictly recommended that visitors do not swim within the perimeter of the park since the waters are abundant with sharks, snapping turtles, alligators, crocodiles, and barracudas.
The abundance of wildlife and greenery makes the Everglades the perfect getaway tour which combines both adventure and the poignant opportunity to relax.