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 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.
In the 13 years since it was founded, the Food Network South Beach Wine & Food Festival has grown into a four-day destination event featuring some of television's best-known chefs and eaters. The lineup always offers tons of educational seminars, tastings, demos, and dinners?and this year is no different. From February 20 through 23, the beach sizzles with celebrities such as Anne Burrell, Bobby Deen, Rachael Ray, and Robert Irvine.
For twenty terrifying nights this fall, the normally tranquil confines of Watson Island will be visited by an ancient evil and the malevolent modern forces that awakened it. Designed by the frightmasters that brought you the award-winning Festival of Souls?which was voted the scariest haunted house in Florida by HauntWorld.com?Terror in the Jungle transforms Jungle Island into a massive, interactive haunted experience. Visitors enter a jungle beset by toxin-infused beasts, shambling zombies, and wrathful gods bent on punishing any mortal who dares wander the undergrowth. After navigating five acres of dense pathways, visitors arrive at the main event: the Ruins Pyramid Haunted House, a 10,000 square foot temple of unimaginable evil and bone-chilling scares.
Like a great scary movie, Terror in the Jungle comes with a back story that sets up the fright within. The story begins on 12/21/2012, a day purported to mark the end of the world according to the Mayan calendar. As the world woke to yet another day on Earth, the prophesy manifested itself in an unexpected way. In the skies above Mexico, a cargo plane transporting hazardous materials from a government research lab faltered, crashing into the ruins of an ancient, forgotten city. The toxins on board seeped into the surrounding environment, mutating plants and people alike. Locals entreated the old gods for help, but found only retribution; insulted by mankind's disregard for life and nature, the deities unleashed the Hunter, a demon bent on wiping out any human in its path.
It is now 2014. The Mexican government, desperate for answers about the crash and its aftermath, has uncovered rumors of ecological unrest deep within a remote jungle. Now, government officials and Hazmat containment specialists are gathered at the entrance to the jungle, preparing to clean up their catastrophic mess. Little do they know that these trees conceal overgrown beasts, risen undead, and a supernatural force more powerful than anything they've ever encountered.
Like any large city, Miami has a wealth of landmarks and happenings to explore, but visitors may not know where to start. That's where Miami Open City Tour comes in. The company rolls out spacious, double-decker buses that transport riders along two routes, allowing them to hop on and off at their leisure. As they meander through various neighborhoods, they can listen to narrated facts on provided headphones, learning about the artistry of Coconut Grove, the music of New World Symphony Center, and the plastic black and white trees of Domino Park.
Hirooka Surf and Sport's water sports instructors love the unpredictability of the ocean?it's part of the thrill of surfing and standup paddleboarding, after all. But they also know the potential danger this unpredictability brings. That's why employees temper their enthusiasm for the sea with a reverence for its power, and safety always comes first when they splash into the water with students. Students can work on balance, strength, and stamina while gliding across Miami Beach's calm waters on a standup paddle board. Lessons, rentals, and tours are available for groups, or individuals can opt for private lessons.
The type of student depends on the season. In the fall and spring, winds flow across the Miami waters at a pace steadier than weight gain during the holidays, making the waves perfect for kite-surfing. And when it dies down a bit during summer months, standup paddleboarding rises to prominence. Of course, if the elements aren't conducive to either, pupils can always partake in a wakeboarding lesson or session or have a staring contest with their reflection in a puddle.