See why Miami is called the Magic City. Take a seat on an informative bus tour of Miami, then board a yacht for a sightseeing tour on Biscayne Bay.…
Bring out your inner astronaut and enjoy a full day of unique experiences at the world's most authentic space attraction - NASA's Kennedy Space…
Experience South Florida's premier Everglades and alligator adventure. Take an educational and exciting airboat tour of the National Park. See a…
Travel by bus with live commentary to Everglades Park, then cross the Everglades by airboat through mangrove tunnels and open wilderness. Enjoy an…
Enjoy a 90-minute sightseeing cruise around Biscayne Bay, where you have the best views to see the Downtown Miami skyline, the Port of Miami, Fisher…
If you want twice the snorkeling time in Key West, then Double Dip’s the trip for you. Enjoy the underwater marvels of 2 tropical reef locations.…
Spend the day in Key West and explore at your own pace with a round-trip shuttle bus service from downtown Miami. Get 6 hours of free time to…
Visit the beautiful Everglades National Park, an exclusive natural paradise for animal species. Enjoy an airboat ride through the park guided by…
Swim and snorkel with amazing manatees at a stunning wildlife refuge in Crystal River. Explore the natural springs aboard a covered pontoon boat and…
Florida isn't called the sunshine state for nothing. With golden rays all year-round, and being the second-largest state east of the Mississippi, a lifetime isn't enough to see everything in Florida! However, here are some pretty good places to start.
The happiest place in the world, Walt Disney World welcomes millions of national and international visitors each year, adults and children alike!
Discover this Atlantic beach and how its delights go past sand and sea: check out the Botanical Gardens!
An out-of-this-world experience devoted to all things NASA. Stroll the US Astronaut Hall of Fame, take a simulated shuttle flight, and visit the Rocket Garden.
The Keys are ideal for a vacation, whether you're looking for action-packed or relaxed. Key West, the biggest island, also holds the Ernest Hemingway museum!
This isn't just any old theater - it's on the US National Register of Historic Places. Built in 1926, it's a lovely place to visit today - and not just to catch a movie!
At Tampa's Busch Gardens, you can get white-knuckle thrills on rollercoasters and see animals like giraffes all within a few acres of each other.
Dedicated to the eccentric Spanish painter, the Salvador Dali Museum in St. Petersburg will enthrall art fans. Check out the permanent exhibition of his works.
Are you still waiting on your Hogwarts acceptance letter? In the meantime you can still go shopping on Diagon Alley, ride through Gringotts, and watch the Tri-Wizard Tournament.
As the largest subtropical national park in the country, the Everglades is a must-visit for all outdoorsy types. Spot animals like crocodiles in protected wilderness!
Lesser known than the Keys, this chain of islands in the north of the state is a little more laid-back. Relax in the company of idyllic beach houses and white sands.
Florida is one of the southernmost American states, so it will be warm throughout the year. If you are not a fan of hot and humid weather, it is best to avoid the peak summer months.
Generally, most attractions open around 9:00AM, but there will definitely be lines at the most popular ones. It may be worth your while to have an early start when going to Walt Disney World, for example.
The most important thing is to keep yourself protected from the blazing sun - that means reapplying sunscreen, staying in the shade around midday, and drinking plenty of water to prevent dehydration.
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- Spring and early fall tend to be the best times to visit if you like the sunshine, but don't want intense heat and humidity.
What people are saying about Florida
Our group of 4 had a fantastic experience on this tour with our knowledgable and helpful guide Lance. I have taken this tour twice - and Lance made it all see new! Many of the art tours take you to the same places: Wynwood Walls, and the nearby side streets. By taking the golf cart you get to see artwork that is not on the main drag. Most fascinating for us was the Eneida M. Hartner elementary school that serves as a monumental stage for a multitude of carefully curated artists. It was fascinating! You can read about the positive changes the art project made in the community here: http://www.therawproject.org/ We were also amused at the sight of a photographer taken multiple selfies at the "Booty Wall"! If you are wavering on whether to book this tour , worry no more. It was worth every single penny! Our group aged 26-68 thought it was a unique experience not to be missed. And - make sure you ask for Lance. He was far superior to the driver I had the first time I did the tour...
Captain did a good job getting up as close as he could to birds. He was very interesting with lots of great stories. But he was real proud of his captains license talking about it quite a bit and talking smack about his other captain who worked with him and I didn’t think that was very nice. He also wanted to stop at a island to check on his turtle nests which took away time from what I had paid for. He saw another boat ran aground on oyster shells and said he was obligated to check on them. It seemed he just wanted to see how big a idiot they were. It was nice he made sure they were not in distress, but again I didn’t pay for that as part of my tour. He was a great captain because storms brewed up and it took some fancy boat work to get us back safely which he did. Overall it was a great tour, but the things I mentioned just rubbed me the wrong way a little. I would go again. Oh!! Also, the tour ticket said it included a bottle of water and lunch. I didn’t get neither.
We were picked up right on time (10am) from the Holiday Inn which was close to the college Bayside Metromover stop and easy to find. It's about a 45 minute coach ride (airconditioned, not too cold) drive to the Everglades centre. We had 10 minutes for a quick look at the souvineers and boarded one of the boats for the 1 hour tour of the Everglades waterways. We saw 2 alligators - they swam close to the boat - and lots of great birdlife. The guide was fun and informative. After the tour we had about a 10 minute wait then saw the alligator show - about 15 minutes of a brave young alligator rescuer showing her wrestling skills and talking about her work to remove 'problem' alligators from public areas and homes. Then it was back on the bus and home. The $40 fee included 2 large glossy photos per group - one by the river before the boat trip and one after the alligator show holding a baby 'gator. As I was travelling alone, this was especially good value for money!
The guide did a really great job. He managed to describe and show us some unique parts of Everglades with all of its glory and wild life. During the relatively short trip of 1,5 hours we saw a number of different birds, flowers and - of course - gators, some of them very close to the boat. A fantastic experience. The guide was very helpful and could really provide us with a lot of interesting information about the wildlife in the area. This is a real Everglades tour without restaurants and gift shops. So nice! Our strongest recommendation: buckle up and go with the air boat!
Lorenzo was magnificent! He was so knowledgeable. He went at a good pace. He looked for photo ops since I’m a photographer. He helped at times and always said,” I’m here for you. This is your tour.” I loved him. Beautiful tour as well. The last butterfly orchidS we found were amazing.