Miami - Everglades National Park - Miami (114 miles)
In the morning, we will drive into the Everglades National Park, where we will have the chance to take an Airboat Ride. Then, we will return to Miami for a tour of the city. Then we will visit Coral Gables area, known as the "International Museum of residential buildings".The lush boulevards are lined with luxury mansions and enjoy exotic landmark "Bill Timmer Hotels". Then We will visit neighborhoods like Little Havana as well as take a Cruise of Biscayne Bay that departs from the Bayside Marketplace. We will also visit Miami Beach and South Beach.
Everglades National Park, FL
The Everglades National Park of Southern Florida is a beautiful area that is most easily navigated on an airboat ride that cruises through the swamp channels. An Everglades Safari Park showcases the local wildlife and Miami is the nearest city.
Everglades Airboat Rides
When people think of the Florida Everglades, often they picture adventurers zooming through the swampy waters on an airboat. Now you, too, can explore this famous Floridian landscape with the wind at your back on an airboat ride!
Admission (Optional): Adult $28; Child (6-11 yrs) $16; Senior (Over 65 yrs) $28
Sitting on the southern coast of Florida, this beautiful always-warm city is famous for its beaches, nature, and nightlife as well as its prominence in the business world. However you want to experience Florida, you can in Miami!
This lovely city in southern Florida is located southwest of downtown Miami. Coral Gables is notable for being the home of the University of Miami, one of the nation's top schools, as well as for its Mediterranean-style architecture.
This neighborhood in the heart of Miami is a testament to Florida's rich cultural heritage. Named for the capital of nearby Cuba and populated by mostly Latin-American immigrants, it is home to authentic Latin food and fun!
Biscayne Bay Cruise
Florida's Biscayne Bay is a lagoon that stretches 35 miles along the Florida coastline. Boat tours out of Miami offer views not just of the city and coastline, but several sights that can only truly be appreciated from the water.
Admission (Optional): Adult $28; Child (4-12 yrs) $28; Senior (Over 65 yrs) $28|Duration: Approx. 1 Hour 30 Minutes
This festival marketplace along Biscayne Bay in Miami is home to a variety of stores, stalls, and eateries. Stores here include Gap, Brookstone, Victoria's Secret, Cache, Sunglass Hut, the Disney Store, GameStop, Express, Foot Locker, GUESS, Wet Seal, and more.
Miami Beach, FL
Miami Beach is a coastal resort city in Miami-Dade County, Florida, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city had a total population of 87,779. Miami Beach has been one of America's pre-eminent beach resorts since the early 20th century.
This neighborhood in Miami Beach, Florida (east of Miami itself) is known worldwide for its nightlife and trendy entertainment. However, it is also home to many cultural institutions, such as museums, theaters, and historic sites.
Standard Hotel: Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suite or similar
Deluxe Hotel: Ramada Plaza Marco Polo Beach Resort or Pullman Miami Airport Hotel
Miami - West Palm Beach - Fort Lauderdale - Miami (143 miles)
In the morning, we will visit West Palm Beach, FL to take a stroll down famous Worth Avenue, full of Venetian style architecture. Afterwards, we will continue to Fort Lauderdale, which earns its reputation as the "Venice of America" because of its system of canals and waterfront homes. In the afternoon, you will be dropped off at Port of Miami around 14:30pm.
Fort Lauderdale, FL
Fort Lauderdale has been called the "Venice of America" due to its large canal system not unlike that in the famous Italian city. It's amazing beaches, vibrant history, and unique layout make it an extremely popular tourist spot.