A stone’s throw from the water, though still situated on lush grass and in the shade, Jayme Purisima leads students of all fitness levels through intense classes. Body Blast sessions focus on strengthening the entire body with conditioning circuit drills, Rock Bottoms classes focus on the lower body, and Upper Body Burner tones the arms and shoulders.
CitySightSeeing Miami encourages tourists not just to see the sights around them, but also to explore them. Professional multilingual guides educate tourists on historical facts and fun city locations, leaving visitors with a deeper knowledge about Miami. When the urge strikes to linger at a tour stop, guests can hop off their double-decker buses and roam alone. Throughout the day, more buses arrive at each stop in intervals to pick up wandering customers and continue their tours while pairing them once again with the bus’s free WiFi and interior AC.
A two-day pass aboard the Hop On Hop Off Tour provides riders with accessible transit and the cranial expansion of local knowledge. Throughout the route, a narration crafted by expert locals will keep you up to speed on where you are, where you are going, and where to direct your photographic and human irises. Non-English-speaking guests or bilingually curious natives can tune in to multilingual headsets along the ride. In addition to directing rubberneckers, the local good-times gurus at Gray Line lead wide-eyed wonderers into cultural hotbeds and fashionable storefronts. Riders who want to simply sink into the sun-soaked sand can browse the beach buffet out their window, hopping off when the bus reaches a towel-worthy strip.
As the ship pulls into Nassau, white-sand beaches, coconut palm trees, and colorful island buildings come into view. Former Backstreet Boy Kevin Richardson joins his former bandmates to host a private party for passengers on beautiful Cable Beach. During the one-night stopover in Nassau, travelers can peruse the historical town's duty-free shops and examine artifacts of the island's rich pirate culture at the Bahamas Historical Society. Scuba-diving tours and snorkeling expeditions explore nearby coral reefs and shipwrecks, and walking tours showcase majestic Victorian homes.Rooms are based on double occupancy only. Guests traveling alone will be paired with a roommate.
The Big Heart Paddle challenges philanthropic paddleboarders with 3- and 5-mile races, the proceeds of which benefit Bravery Beads, an organization dedicated to serving children with cancer. A sprawling 3-mile course welcomes any type of standup board, which racers steer through the water using standard paddles or inflatable pool noodles. The competitive 5-mile race allows only 12.5-inch stock boards, supplying loaners to those who need them, and putting entrants of all experience levels on an even playing field in order to show off refined paddling techniques or the ability to leap from board to dolphin back. Kicking off with a prerace coffee and breakfast, the event extends into a party, boasting an array of energy boosters such as a DJ, photo booth, and free beer, with event sponsors including Kona Brewery, Fratelli La Bufala, Lime Fresh Mexican, Zico, and more. All participants and spectators can attend, taking the opportunity to witness the Most Stylish Paddle award and to swap anecdotes about besting Poseidon.