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4 Things Not to Miss in Miami

If you are planning to visit Miami, you will be spoiled for choice in terms of things to do. There is something for all ages, all tastes, and all budgets. This is why it is a good idea to plan in advance so that you do not end up coming home with any regrets. With that in mind, read on to discover some of the most amazing things to do while visiting one of the most popular spots in Florida!

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Monkey Jungle – If you are a fan of animals, there is only one place to begin, and this is with the Monkey Jungle. Monkey Jungle is a unique park in southern Miami-Dade County. They say it is where the monkeys run wild and the humans care caged. It’s great fun!

Rent a boat – If you look for yachts to rent Miami area, you will see that there are plenty of different options to choose from. This is certainly an activity to consider if you want to add a bit of luxury to your vacation. After all, what could be better than relaxing on the blue waters while in the sun!
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Hit the beach – Of course, traveling to Miami would not be complete without taking a trip to one of the many amazing beaches in the area. Whether you are looking for one of the popular spots or a bit of seclusion, there is a beach for everyone! You have probably heard of South Beach, which is considered the quintessential Miami beach experience. You will also find the famous beach parties at night here too. If you are looking for a bit of opulence, Bal Harbour is a must. For a more interesting spot, Virginia Key Beach is one of the more fascinating beaches.
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Everglades National Park – It does not matter how old you are, whether you are travelling alone or in a group, or what your interests are, if you are making the journey to Miami, don’t miss out on everglades National Park. You will regret it if you do. This is one of the U.S.’s most unusual public parks. It is home to 14 endangered and rare species, such as the Florida Panther and the American crocodile. Make sure you bring your camera with you because this place is a magical site to behold. From the wildlife to the sub-tropical jungles, sawgrass prairies, and swamps: it is 1.5 million acres of perfection.
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As you can see, there is so much to see and do in Miami, and the suggestions mentioned above merely scratch the surface. If this is somewhere you are planning on visiting in the future, make sure you do plenty of research beforehand so you can schedule in the activities that you really don’t want to miss!

 

 

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  1. I loved Miami when I visited. There are also boat and kayaking tours too. Also for the Everglades National Park in addition to a camera, you should also bring bug repellent. Those mosquitoes are ferocious!

  2. As a resident of S.E. Florida I recommend including one of the most unique, groovy, awesome experiences available in the area, a visit to see the murals in the Wynwood Arts District (Wynwood Walls). Blocks & blocks of incredible, colorful, jaw dropping wall murals peppered with groovy restaurants/cafes/bars/coffee shops. Best of all – it’s FREE (minus the grub & beverages)!!!
    http://www.thewynwoodwalls.com/

  3. FYI – Another tip from a local. 😉 Everglades tours can frequently be purchased at a discount on Groupon for those interested. Definitely worth a visit for a truly unique experience, as you mentioned.
    Gators and airboats and sawgrass, oh my!

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