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Miami Sightseeing, Bayside, and Baycruise

Make the most of your vacation with Miami sightseeing, a trip to Bayside, and a Biscayne Bay cruise. View all the must-see attractions of Miami from land and water in just one day. Your Miami sightseeing tour visits South Beach, the Art Deco District, Key Biscayne, the mansions of Coral Gables, and so much more with your helpful guide providing commentary along the way. After you tour Miami by land, hop aboard a boat for a Biscayne Bay cruise that includes downtown Miami, the Port of Miami, Fisher Island, and the grandiose homes of "Millionaire's Row.” Your knowledgeable tour guide will make sure you don’t miss a thing as you enjoy the sights and sea breeze of this relaxing Miami tour. Upon returning to dry ground you’ll have some time to explore the numerous shops, bars, and restaurants that make Bayside Marketplace a Miami hotspot. At the conclusion of this comprehensive South Florida tour, enjoy complimentary transportation back to your hotel. It’s the perfect way to see the glamour, charm, and history that make Miami famous in one amazing tour.

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Miami Food Tour of Little Havana

Tour Little Havana with your tastebuds. Come on down to Miami and taste your way around the city's most famous Cuban neighborhood. This Little Havana food tour is sure to excite your palette. Your edible journey through one of Miami's oldest neighborhoods will let you sample chicken stuffed plantains and picadillo. Take a culinary tour of Calle Ocho and sip on one of the many fruit juices offered at an authentic fruteria. Get your caffeine fix with a nice strong shot of cuban coffee. Rain or shine, this Little Havana walking tour will let you taste your way around the city. Wear comfortable shoes because you will be strolling along 8 city blocks. Witness the art of hand-rolled cigars and listen to traditional Cuban music as you make your way around the city. You'll even get to see the famous 8 foot rooster statues that are icons in the area. This Cuban food tour will also include a taste of homemade flan, ice-cream, and guava pastries. Come hungry and leave happy.

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Miami Homes of the Stars Map Tour

Celebrities love Miami. The city's vibrant nightlife, endless beaches, and year-round sunshine make it the perfect place to live and play. See the homes of the ultra rich and famous on this Miami tour. Get an insider's guide to the exact locations of the mega-mansions of Miami's celebrities. Tour at your own pace as you discover each home on your Miami star map. Picking up your Miami map of the stars' homes is easy. Just drop off your confirmation ticket at the front desk of your hotel or with the concierge. A short time later, your map of Miami's celebrities will be waiting for you. Then it's time to tour the homes of Miami's most famous residents, including Beyonce and Jay-Z, Matt Damon, Lil Wayne, Gloria Estefan, Dwayne Wade, Ricky Martin, and Enrique Iglesias. Spend your day following the map from one luxurious home to the next, and you'll see why Miami loves its celebrities, too.

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Disney Theme Park 1-Day Admission with Transfer from Miami

Take a day trip to Disney that includes a relaxing ride from your Miami hotel, admission to the park of your choice, and a complimentary breakfast. Your Disney theme park 1-day admission with transfer from Miami begins when you’re picked up from your hotel and you board the comfortable, air-conditioned coach on your way up to Orlando. Start with a free breakfast on your Disney day trip from Miami that includes fresh muffins, orange juice, and fresh coffee or tea before arriving at Disney’s six sprawling theme parks. At Disney, admission is included for the park of your choice -- Magic Kingdom, Epcot Center, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Disney’s Blizzard Beach, or Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon. After spending six hours at your favorite park, your Miami day trip to Disney ends with a relaxing ride back your hotel. It’s an unforgettable Disney adventure that takes the stress out of getting there and lets you focus on fun.

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Miami Everglades Tour and Airboat Adventure with Transpor

Take an Everglades airboat tour and see Florida's wilderness up close. At nearly 1.5 million acres in size, this unique wetland habitat is home to numerous rare and endangered species. Your tour of the Everglades will take you through this preserved wilderness on a 30-minute airboat ride, followed by an alligator show and time to explore a lush walking trail. With this Miami tour, you will be picked up from your Downtown Miami or Miami Beach hotel and transported to the Everglades. Then you will board an airboat and glide through the wilderness made up of wet grasslands and hardwood hammocks. During this Everglades tour, you are likely to catch a glimpse of endangered wildlife as you skim across the glassy water in the preserved Florida ecosystem. Your expert airboat captain will be happy to point out the alligators, native birds, and snakes, as well as other exotic wildlife in their natural habitat. This is Florida in its purest form. After the airboat ride, take in the alligator wildlife show and get as close as is safe to these amazing reptiles. You will be left with plenty of time to experience the walking trail filled with flora and fauna exhibits. Stop in at the restaurant and have some lunch or just grab a snack. Be sure to pick up a souvenir at the gift shop on your way out so that you will have something to remind you of this incredible adventure. Don't forget your camera, as you'll even be given the opportunity to hold a baby gator during this thrilling Everglades wilderness tour. After you've had your fill of fun, you'll be shuttled back to your hotel to enjoy the rest of the great city of Miami on your own. Total tour time is 4-5 hours. Please note: Complimentary pickup is available at most Downtown Miami or Miami Beach hotels listed above; all other guests must meet at the Central Station at Bayside Marketplace.

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Bike and Roll Rentals

Whether you are a local or a tourist, Bike and Roll is a great way to explore the city, see the sites, and get around town in a fun, healthy, and green way.

210 l0th Street Miami , 305-604-0001

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Tours In Tenerife

Tour Tenerife the private and relaxing way. Get picked up at your hotel with no waiting time and stop when and where you like. See the major sites including all the hidden “gems” you could miss on a bus tour. Learn about the native Tenerife as you stop by amazing natural treasures with absolutely stunning and breathtaking views. Discover the fantastic and unsurpassed changing nature that Tenerife has to offer with your own private guide. We go off the beaten path to provide you with the ultimate guided tour around Tenerife and it`s great sites such as the Anaga Mountains, Chinamada, Teide National Park, Masca, Candelaria, Garachico, La Laguna, La Orotava and many others. A very warm welcome to Tours in Tenerife.

Calle Turquesa, Panoramica de Yaco San Isidro Granadilla De Abona , Tenerife Spain , 0034 619451690

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Miami Sea Plane Tours

South Beach Seaplane Tour Fall in love with one the most beautiful cities on earth with this 15 minute flight. Take off from the pristine waters of Miami and feel the thrill of seaplane flying. Surrender to the most views of South Beach surrounded by astonishing Caribbean blue waters. South Beach never looked more seductive!

, 305-361-3909

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Aug 22, 2012
What an Experience this looks like flying over Miami. This looks like the perfect way to end our Cruise vacation.

Jul 01, 2013
Saw the ad on facebook. Looks amazing. we will definitely look into this on our next cruise. thanks

Jul 15, 2013
looks like a great tour!

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Miami Seaquarium

On a 38-acre tropical paradise with spectacular skyline views lies a South Florida attraction like no other. Welcome to Miami Seaquarium®, a place where dolphins walk on water and killer whales fly through the air. Where sea lions delight children of all ages and endangered sea turtles and manatees find a safe haven. Enjoy a world-class marine-life entertainment park with eight different marine animal shows and astonishing daily presentations. Miami Seaquarium® is a place of inspiration, education - and fun!

4400 Rickenbacker Causeway Miami , 305-361-5705

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Everglades Safari Park

Visit the Florida everglades’ premier and most complete airboat attraction.  Explore nature’s River of Grass on an Eco-Adventure group tour or journey on a small private airboat. Our experienced tour guides will describe you the wonders of this unique ecosystem and the native and exotic wildlife that inhabit it.

26700 SW 8 St Miami , (305) 226-6923

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Miami Culinary Tours

Join us to savor the best cuisine that Miami has to offer on our culinary tours of South Beach and Little Havana. We offer two Miami food tours' the South Beach Food Tour and the Little Havana Food Tour. Architectural, historical, and culinary walking tours. Visit Miami restaurants from off the beaten path ethnic eateries to top chef establishments on a two and half hour walking tour.

1000 5th Steet, Suite 200 Miami Beach , Florida , 1-855-642-3663

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Miami Cruise terminal directions & Parking information

Port of Miami / Dodge Island
•    Terminal D - 1435 North Cruise Boulevard, Port of Miami, Miami, FL 33132
•    Terminal E - 1265 North Cruise Boulevard, Port of Miami, Miami, FL 33132

Travel Time: 8 miles from the Miami International Airport; travel time is approximately 25 minutes. 25 miles from the Fort Lauderdale International Airport; travel time is approximately 45 minutes.

                                                      Directions to the Port

Traveling from I-95 North or South

•    Exit at I-395 east toward Miami Beach (Exit #2D).
•    Follow the directional signs to Biscayne Boulevard (Exit #2A/#2B).
•    Follow directions for Biscayne Boulevard South; turn right at the traffic light/stop sign.
•    Stay in the left lane.
•    The entrance to the Port of Miami is at Biscayne Boulevard and Port Boulevard (N.E 5th Street).
•    At the traffic light, turn left at Port Boulevard (N.E. 5th Street).
•    Proceed over the bridge.
•    Stay in the left lanes and follow the signs to Cruise Terminals D/E.

Traveling from the West Coast of Florida

•    I-75 east toward Fort Lauderdale.
•    I-595 east toward Fort Lauderdale.
•    I-95 south toward Miami.
•    Exit at I-395 east toward Miami Beach (Exit #2D).
•    Follow the directional signs to Biscayne Boulevard (Exit #2A/#2B).
•    Follow directions for Biscayne Boulevard South; turn right at the traffic light/stop sign.
•    Stay in the left lane.
•    The entrance to the Port of Miami is at Biscayne Boulevard and Port Boulevard (N.E 5th Street).
•    At the traffic light, turn left at Port Boulevard (N.E. 5th Street).
•    Proceed over the bridge.
•    Stay in the left lanes and follow the signs to Cruise Terminals D/E.

Parking Information

$20.00 per day (rates subject to change by the Port Authority)
•    Garage Parking / Parking Lot #2 (an open, outdoor parking lot)
•    Accepted forms of payment: Visa; MasterCard; American Express; U.S Dollars;
U.S. Traveler's Checks
•    No advance reservations required
•    Handicapped Parking available with proof of valid permit.
•    Oversized vehicles that are 20’ in length or more will be charged an additional $20.00 per day
and can only park in Lot #2.
•    Shuttle Service will pick you up at the Parking Garage/Lot and take you to the appropriate Cruise Terminal location.  
For more information: 305 347-5515

Miami Overview

Miami is no longer the brash, drug-ridden, crime-capital of America made famous in the 1980s television series Miami Vice. It is a place of refuge and dreams for those fleeing South America or the Caribbean looking for a new start in the land of the free. Over a third of the population does not speak English and in some areas only Spanish is spoken.

Take a taxi and the radio will likely be playing salsa. The driver will be Colombian, Chilean, Dominican, Puerto Rican, Nicaraguan, Honduran, Haitian - anything but American.

Miami had surprisingly humble beginnings. Located on the far south coast of Florida, perched between a mangrove swamp and a barrier reef, it was founded in 1895 whe tycoon Henry Flagler extended his railroad to carry citrus fruits from the frost-free south.

Development was slow until the Florida land boom in the 1920s. During Prohibition years, Al Capone came here when the heat was on in Chicago. After World War II, the Mafia moved in and later, once Fidel Castro seized power in Cuba in 1959, waves of Cuban refugees arrived. Before long, they had established Miami as the Latin capital of the USA.

Today, Miami is the second largest city in Florida after Jacksonville but its most exciting, exotic and cosmopolitan. It covers a number of islands and mainland communities collectively known as Greater Miami and the Beaches.
Much of Miami's appeal is due to its diverse neighbourhoods ranging from the big-city with the towering skyscrapers of downtown Miami, the commercial heart of the city, to the small-town neighbourhood of trendy South Beach.
It is a sparkler of a city set against the water. It was originally settled at the mouth of the Miami River by the Tequesta Indians and the downtown area still hugs the junction of the river and Biscayne Bay. To the south along the water Coconut Grove is 3miles/5km away.

The cities of Coral Gables and South Miami are about 6mi/les10km to the west and south. Beyond that to the west is Kendall - a vast stretch of condos, homes, shopping malls and restaurants that reaches the edge of the Everglades.
To the south is Homestead and, beyond that, the Florida Keys. Miami Beach is a finger of land separating Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic, connected by five causeways to the mainland. At its southern tip is South Beach, now known as the Art Deco District or SoBe.

South Beach is probably the most recognisable with its candy-coloured buildings set against a pure South Florida backdrop of cloudless skies, dazzling blue ocean, pale sandy beaches and swaying palm trees.
But near Port of Miami - largest cruise ship port in the world with over 3million passengers a year - there is another face of Miami, Little Havana where Cubans still hold sway.
Greater Miami is also an international crossroads of commerce, finance, culture, sports, entertainment, transportation and tourism. Its main source of income is from tourism, with Miami Beach renowned for its 'gold coast' hotel strip, palatial properties and recreational facilities. Its subtropical climate ensures warm weather year-round with plenty sun.

The city's real genius, however, is the fact that in recent years it has successfully absorbed the different cultures of its multi-ethnic population and been influenced by them all. The result? Miami is considered the model community for the 21st century and a compelling example of America's changing face.
It is undeniably one of the most exhilarating cities in the country - a peaceful, confident, multicultural megalopolis with vibrancy and savoir faire. A fascinating, albeit challenging, City of the Future for those who strive to understand its diverse personality.

Facts At A Glance

Size: City: 54sq miles/139sq km. Metropolitan area: 2,109sq miles/5,462 sq km.
County: Miami-Dade.
Population: 600,000 (city); 2.1million (metropolitan area).
Ethnic mix: 82.9% white, 49.2% Hispanic, 20.6% black.
Religion: Predominantly Christian.
Emergency Phone Number: 911.
Telephone Code: Area code: 305.
Time/Temperature: Phone 305-324-8811. Weather forecast, phone 305-576-9754.
Time Zone: Five hours behind GMT. Daylight Saving Time observed from the first Sunday in April to the last Sunday in October.
Electricity: 110-115 volts AC, 60Hz; flat two-or three-prong plugs are standard.
Weather. Warm subtropical summers; mild winters. Clear skies 21% of the time; partly cloudy 47%; cloudy skies 32%. Annual rainfall: 60in/150cm. Rainfall heaviest May-October. Annual snowfall: 0. Average temperatures: Jan 61-74F/16-23C; Feb 61-75F/16-24C; Mar 64-78F/18-26C; Apr 67-80F/19-27C; May 71-84F/22-29C; Jun 74-86F/23-30C; Jul 76-88F/24-31C; Aug 76-88F/24-31C; Sep 75-87F/24-31C; Oct 72-83F/22-28C; Nov 66-78F/19-26C; Dec 62-76F/17-24C.

Food & Drink

Miami/Miami Beach: There are more than 300 fine restaurants and most hotels maintain excellent dining rooms. Some gourmet eateries are expensive but many popular restaurants have economy prices. Cuban and Mexican food is very popular in Miami and seafood is a State speciality. Fresh stone crabs are not available anywhere else in the USA.

The shopping mall is king in Miami. The Falls is a water-oriented, lushly landscaped delight filled with upscale shops and restaurants. Dadeland Mall is the first and most successful mall, while Bal Harbour, at the other end of the county in Miami Beach, caters to the very, very rich. Aventura is a mall that's turned into an entire city, with condos and high-rises. Smaller and very funky is CocoWalk in the Grove, geared to the young and restless. Shops at Sunset Place are in South Miami.

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