Feet are notoriously hard workers, supporting the body’s weight while restraining floors so they don’t crash into ceilings. Give diligent footworkers a break with today's Groupon to Magic Carpet Glide. Choose between the following options:
- For $30, you get a two-hour segway tour of St. Petersburg (a $65 value).
- For $30, you get a two-hour segway tour of Tampa (a $65 value).
The year-round tours take place three times daily, seven days a week.
Magic Carpet Glide sends groups coasting along scenic waterfronts on two-hour wheeled adventures. After a brief introduction to the segway’s auto-balancing features, guides shepherd packs of customers past popular destinations in St. Petersburg and Tampa. The St. Petersburg tour commences with carefree glides along the pier that stretches into Tampa Bay and serves as a gathering spot for shoppers, anglers, and pelicans posing as sidewalk vendors. From there, tours breeze through the leathery-leaved banyan trees of North Straub Park, whisk past the new Salvador Dali Museum, and take a peek at the Mediterranean Revival–styled Vinoy Renaissance St. Petersburg Resort & Golf Club.
The Tampa expedition traces Tampa Bay's coastline, zips through the longest uninterrupted sidewalk on the planet, and flits past where the bay merges with the Hillsborough River. Tours swing past beloved Tampa landmarks such as the Gasparilla pirate ship on their way to Harbour Island, where tour-goers can snap pictures of downtown Tampa's skyline as it blows kisses to passing ships.
Accessible to all ability levels, St. Petersburg and Tampa segway tours surprise visitors and locals alike by making them privy to little-known facts about the area and secret sights made visible by onboard decloaking devices. Tour times vary based on the sun’s schedule, with the last trip of the day commencing at sunset. See the tour’s FAQ section for answers to common inquiries, including recommended ages and rain policies.
Our customers loved this deal last year, earning Magic Carpet Glide a spot on Groupon's Best of 2011 list.
Magic Carpet Glide
Fueled by a burning desire to be his own boss and eschew driving or walking, Geoff Karlavage founded his segway tour company and quickly met other fans of the upright, electric-powered transportation device. Now calling the shots as enthusiast-in-chief of Magic Carpet Glide, Geoff shares his zeal for segways with a team of tour guides who seek to inspire a segway smile on each participant's face. Accessible to all ability levels, the company's signature tours of notable metropolitan locales surprise visitors and locals alike with little-known facts about the area and secret sights made visible only by onboard decloaking devices.
Tour times vary based on the sun’s schedule, with the last trip of the day commencing at sunset. See the tour’s FAQ section for answers to common inquiries, including recommended ages and rain policies.
The guide was fun, informative about the history of the city, and cared about our safety by his thorough demonstrations and testing of the segways.Mary Lou O, TripAdvisor, 9/13/11
Had a ton of fun whizzing around the city seeing the sights. Had always wanted to try Segways and this was the perfect way.PHOTOG3513, TripAdvisor, 8/3/11