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Book one of our 3 unique tours below or let us customize a tour specifically for you.
Miami City Tour
Small Group Private City Tour
$219 per person
Bigger Group Private City Tour
$179 per person
If you are looking for something unique and fun to do while you are in Miami, this tour is a great choice. It is the most comprehensive tour of Miami available and though we have a set route, we allow our guests to customize the tour to their tastes. For instance, if you see something that you would like to explore in greater detail while taking our tour, or would like to get out and walk around a particular area, all you have to do is ask your guide. This tour is all about showing you the parts of the City you are curious about.
This 4 Hour tour takes you to the most interesting areas of Miami, Miami Beach, Little Havana, Wynwood, Key Biscayne, Coconut Grove, and Coral Gables. We also include two stops (unless you ask for more), one in Wynwood and one in Little Havana. We will also include stops for things like lunch or shopping if requested in advance! Click on the tab below for our tour route and more details.
The Miami City Tour begins by showing you the best areas of Miami Beach, playground of the rich and famous and home to the largest collection of Art Deco architecture in the world. Next up is Biscayne Bay via the historic Venetian Causeway where you will experience one of the best views of downtown Miami’s skyline and some of the 32 man made islands that dot the Bay. Once on the mainland, you will head to the Wynwood neighborhood, one of the fastest growing arts enclaves in the country. Wynwood uses redesigned warehouses as enormous canvases for world renown street artists and it contains over 70 galleries and restaurants that display up and coming artist’s works as well as high end private and public collections. We take a short break here and give you a guided walking tour through Wynwood Walls, a small park with the world’s largest outdoor collection of museum quality street murals, featuring works by artists such as Kenny Scharf, Nunca, OS Gemeos and Shepard Fairey. Next up is the historic downtown and Brickell area, continuously inhabited for over 5000 years by Native Americans, Europeans and finally Pioneers; this is where the City of Miami began over a hundred years ago. Brickell is one of the fastest growing areas of town with luxury hotels, over 300 international banks and some of the most popular restaurants and nightspots in town. We then take you somewhere no other tours go â€“ across the Rickenbacker Causeway to Virginia Key and Key Biscayne. The Rickenbacker offers the best view of the Miami Skyline and is truly a sight to see. The tour then takes you into Coconut Grove. With it’s Marinas, lush tropical flora and eclectic shops and eateries, it is one of the most interesting areas in Miami. The Biltmore Hotel and the City of Coral Gables is up next and it is one of the finest examples in the United States of the City Beautiful Movement of the 1920s. Coral Gables is a meticulously planned community with a distinctly Mediterranean Revival Style, large fountains and arched entrances, monumental buildings and perfect, tree lined streets. The ‘Gables’ is home to the famous Biltmore Hotel, The Venetian Pool and The University of Miami Campus. The next destination on the Miami City Tour is one of our most culturally significant stops â€“ the section of the Tamiami Trail called Calle Ocho, in the heart of Little Havana. Filled with music, cigar stores, Cuban restaurants and bodegas, this neighborhood is where Cuban Exiles settled after fleeing the Castro regime and is considered the soul of the Cuban community. We take a short stop here at Domino Park, allowing you to sample some Cuban coffee and experience the vibrant culture of this unique Miami neighborhood. We then travel back over the MacArthur Causeway, past Star Island and Palm Island, the home, past and present, to celebrities such as Will Smith, Al Capone, Sean “Puff Daddy” Combs, Gloria and Emilio Estefan and Mark Anthony. The tour comes to a magnificent close as we pass very close to the cruise ships and end up back in Miami Beach! This tour really is one of the most fun things to do in Miami!
South Beach Tour
Small Group Private South Beach Tour
$189 per person
2 – 4 Guests
Bigger Group Private South Beach Tour
$155 per person
This popular tour focuses on South Beach, Downtown Miami, Brickell, and Key Biscayne. If you don’t have much time and would like to take a quick tour of South Beach and Miami, book this tour. Click on the tab below for tour route and details.
If you are looking for a really fun way to spend a few hours during your stay in Miami, this tour is perfect for you. Book it today!
Miami Night Tour
Small Group Private Miami Night Tour
$189.00 per person
2 – 4 Guests
Bigger Group Private Miami Night Tour
$155 per person
Our 2 hour Miami Night Tour has been voted “Best Night Tour” two years in a row. It showcases the Magic City after dark, when it really comes alive. If you like to people watch and want a fun activity to do at night, this is a wonderful option. We show you the best parts of South Beach and Miami, during its most lively moments. Click on the tab below for tour route and more details.
This beautiful 2 hour tour begins in the Art Deco District of world famous South Beach, then takes you across the historic Venetian Causeway through some of the 32 man made islands that dot the Bay. You’ll have a brilliant view of the Port of Miami and the stunning downtown Miami skyline, reflected off the still waters of the bay. Once on the mainland, we take you through downtown Miami, past the Performing Arts Center, the American Airlines Arena, Bayfront Park and the Miami Tower, known for it’s elaborate nighttime illuminations and it’s one and a half million dollar computerized LED lighting system that can produce up to 16 million colors. Our tour then takes you down beautiful Brickell Avenue. A canyon of lights with shimmering glass high rises and ultra modern skyscrapers, it is here that one begins to truly understand how the condo “boom” changed the Miami skyline forever. Next up is Key Biscayne and the drive over the Rickenbacker Causeway. Key Biscayne is one Miami’s crown jewels and The Rickenbacker Causeway offers up some of the best views of a city anywhere in the world. We are the only tour company taking passengers to this destination and some say that if all you saw on the tour was the view of the city from the Rickenbacker Causeway (one of the highest navigable points in Florida), it would be worth the price of admission! Once you have caught your breath and recovered from the view the tour takes you up historic South Miami Avenue, one of the prettiest and most uniquely situated residential streets in all of Miami. South Miami Avenue leads you into Mary Brickell Village. It is bustling with people walking back in forth between the shops and restaurants that make up the area, it is one of the trendiest places in town. Lastly, the tour takes you back to South Beach, via the MacArthur Causeway. You pass the unbelievable water front ,mansions on Star Island and Palm Island, home to celebrities past and present, and get an up close look at the enormous cruise ships at the Port of Miami like you have never seen them before.
If you are looking for a really fun activity to do at night, book this tour. Its Tons of Fun.
Our tours start/end at your location or they begin and end at the valet area @ 300 Alton Road Miami Beach FL (otherwise known as Monty’s).