Tours will resume on Thursday, December 17
Explore the unique landmarks Miami is known for, including architectural gems in South Beach and Ocean drive, the beautiful neighborhoods of Coconut Grove and Coral Gables, and world-famous attractions like Little Havana and the Venetian Pool
The Everglades is the largest subtropical wilderness in the whole of the United States. An important habitat for rare and endangered species including the manatee, American crocodile and the elusive Florida panther.
Look up in Downtown and take in Miami’s breathtaking skyline – then discover a Latin flavor, great eats and top shopping down at street level.
Discover a distinctly Latin flavor in the city’s biggest Cuban community, sample delicious dishes and dance the night away on Calle Ocho – the neighborhood’s cultural hub.
Far more than just a bridge, check out the best views of the city from this architectural icon as you cross the causeway linking downtown to buzzing Miami Beach.