Miami... land of the hot sunny cool days where winter can be spent lazily lying about in swimwear along the ocean coasts, or better yet - museum hopping, glass-bottom boat sightseeing, or many many more adventures.
As many of my readers know, I was gone for some time to Mickey's backyard... and while my husband and I loved Orlando, we really missed the hot summer days in Miami, the people, the art, the Cuban food. Oh! How we missed the Cuban food! However, once back, I realise that there are many things about our city that we didn't know. One of the hidden treasures in Miami is the MiamiGo Card.
For under $80/day per person you can have a galavanting time along the many different attractions in Miami.
Here's a list of some of those things, more lists coming soon, so stay tuned.
Bike and Roll Miami Beach Bike Rental
Half day rental from Bike and Roll on Miami Beach. Cruise around the beaches on a bike, as you make your way through shoppes, restaurants, the best the beach has to offer.
Everglades Alligator Farm & Airboat Ride
Tour the Everglades at high speeds on an airboat ride. Watch gators in their natural habitat, wrestle through mangroves as your guide takes you closer to nature. The best nature experience thrill, memories to last a lifetime.
Your GoCard gives you access to enjoy the hilarious adventures of Salty the Sea Lion and his Reef Rangers. This comedic playlet allows the sea lion and seal stars to show off their athletic and comedic abilities as they explore the reef searching for a littering diver. You too can be a Reef Ranger by helping protect our waters from trash and recycling whenever possible. Then stroll over to be amazed and delighted by Lolita the Killer Whale and her exotic Pacific white-sided dolphin friends as they show off their natural grace, beauty and intelligence through the special relationship between animal and trainer. Guests watch as Lolita and her trainer "walk on water" and celebrate all there is to enjoy during your stay in Miami!
Glass Bottom Boat Cruises in Key Largo
Sail aboard the M.V. "Key Largo Princess" and view the exciting, beautiful, underwater world of John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, the only undersea park in the United States. The boat is a luxurious 70-foot, glass bottom, 129 passenger, twin-diesel, aluminum motor yacht.