Triple Combo Tour | $59.00
Everglades Tour + Miami Boat Tour + Miami Double Decker Tour
City Tour: Miami has a lot to see and to take in, this sightseeing tour is a great way to get to see it all in one shot. This narated bus tour covers the Historic Art Deco District, South Beach, MacArthur Causeway, Downtown Miami, Financial district, Historic Coconut Grove, Coral Gables, The Bilmore Hotel, Venetian Pool, Miracle Mile, and Little Havana. This tour includes free time. Tour Times: Morning Tour- 9:00am check-in Tour Leaves at 9:30am Afternoon Tour- 1:30pm check-in Tour Leaves at 1:30pm.
Boat Tour: Through Millionaire's Row, enjoy this narrated sightseeing boat tour around Biscayne Bay. See the Sparkeling Downtown Miami Skyline, Port of Miami, Fisher Island, Miami Beach and the exclusive islands of "Millionaire's Row" - the homes of the rich and famous. View locations from many popular movies and TV shows. This tour includes free time at Bayside Market Place. Private Boats Available - call for price and availability. Tour Times: Morning Tour check-in 9:00am tour departs 9:30am Afternoon Tour check-in 1:00pm tour departs 1:30pm.
Everglades Tour: This tour includes roundtrip transportation, park admission. This tour is a narrated airboat ride through the Everglades and a wildlife show, this tour includes free time to explore the park.
Full Everglades Tour.
Full City Tour by Bus.
Complete Boat Tour.
Full History and Showcase.
Free Hotel Pickup and Drop-off.
Departure Dates: Daily
Depature Times: 9:30 AM
Tour Duration: 7 Hours
Return Time: 6:30 PM (Approximately)
305 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, FL 33139
Below is a list of some of the most interesting and exciting places you'll be visiting on the tour.
Time to Explore Park and Grounds
Live Wildlife Alligator Show
Historic Art Deco District
Bayside Market Place
(Shopping Center & Restaurants
3 TOURS 1 LOW PRICE: MIAMI CITY, MIAMI SEASCAPE, AND THE EVERGLADES
Miami has a lot to offer vacationers from pristine white beaches to exotic wildlife; museums to celebrities. The sheer choice of activities available can make difficult – time and monetary wise. An excellent way to make the most of your trip and budget is booking a Tri-Combo Tour.
What is a Tri-Combo Tour?
A Tri-Combo Tour combines 3 tours into one. So, 1 day, 3 fabulous destinations. In this case, we combine – the Miami city tour, the Miami boat tour, and the Everglade tour to ensure that you do not miss anything that the city or region has to offer. Additionally, it is also an excellent way to maximize value for money and minimizing your spend.
What to expect on the tour?
On the Tri-Combo tour, you will visit 3 striking and marvelous destinations.
Destination 1: Miami City
The Miami City tour is a guided bus tour that will take to various popular locals and attractions. (A guide will point out the best of Miami and will serve as your personal Wikipedia). On this tour, you can look forward to visiting the famous South Beach with its , eating at a fabulous restaurant (don’t worry about the expense, we take your budget into consideration), and viewing the impressive skyscrapers, museums and shopping centers of downtown Miami. A special stop on the tour is Little Havana. Get a taste of Cuba without hopping the border. You can eat delicious Cuban food, absorb Cuban culture, sniff a Cuban Cigar, and more.
Destination 2: Miami’s Key Biscayne
Once you have seen what the land has to offer, you will head out to sea to the beautiful Biscayne Bay. Explore many islands scattered across the bay including Fisher Island and Star Island. Catch a glimpse of Hollywood celebrities as you view their homes from afar. Visit the Port of Miami. End the boat tour with a stunning view of downtown Miami’s skyline. You can see the skyline from land but from the sea, this view is truly priceless.
Destination 3: The Everglades
Hop onto an airboat and head out into the marshlands of Everglades National Park. As you slowly, glide across the swamp, you will see the ecosystems thriving in the Everglades. Get a glimpse at the wild and exotic – the gators, the manatees, maybe even one of the 68 endangered species creatures that call the Everglades their home. Wildlife experts accompany the tour and provide you with accurate information.
3 Things about Everglades Airboat Tours Miami Visitors should Check Before the Trip
The thought of a vacation, makes us throw caution into the wind and we sometimes, just sometimes forget to be wise. As a smart traveler, here are a few cautionary measures; you should take before booking that thrilling airboat tour to the Everglades.
Terms of the Tour
Finding an airboat tour of the Everglades is easy, the devil’s in the details. When you make the booking online, make sure that you carefully examine the terms, rules and guidelines of the tour. Pay attention to the cancellation policy of the website operator or the agency, whichever you chose. In case of cancellations, find out the refund policy. Check whether the company requires a 24 hour or a week’s notice to ensure your refund. Ask about the conditions when airboat tours are cancelled due to the operator’s fault or unexpected events like heavy rain and lightning.
If you have an infant or toddler, check whether the company, you have chosen allows them on the airboat.
If you are travelling with children, check the company’s policy regarding children and if there is a difference in price.
Find out the total number of passengers on the airboat, because of the limits on the airboat’s capacity. Operators may set a maximum number of passengers and they usually let the customers know it beforehand.
3. Airboat Safety
Last but not least, ‘Airboat Safety’. Operator’s will let you know what you should do and shouldn’t during the tour. Beside that use your commonsense – don’t lean over the edge, gator’s live there; don’t put any body part to close to the propeller, you will injure yourself; and keep a sharp eye on your kids or mischievous siblings.
Hydrate regularly. The weather in Florida is erratic. It can change rapidly from cool to hot and vice versa. Failure to drink fluids regularly can lead to stress, cramps, and a stroke – all heat related. Cool water will suffice (or any water for that matter). Most Everglades airboat tours have bottled water on board but it is better to bring your own water supply for the trip.
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