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.
Thanks to its warm climate and ocean-affronting locale, Miami offers many opportunities for great snorkeling and scuba diving. There are some 57 dive locations in and around the metro area, though far fewer dive shops that cater to experts and novices alike. Thankfully, Grove Scuba exists, and can certify you for dives before outfitting you with the proper gear. Often considered one of Miami’s best dive shops, Grove Scuba can even provide classes Spanish, with both beginner certifications and instructor training available. In addition to classes and its retail operation – outfitted with the latest and best products – the store offers daily dive and snorkel trips in Miami and Key Biscayne.
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.
It's easy to forget amid all of the concrete and neon, but Miami is an ancient place. Eons before the first modern residents began to move into the Coconut Grove cemetery, indigenous people were shielding themselves from the elements using the region's natural rock ridge and sunless tanning salons. Today, Ghost Tours Miami visits the restless spirits that have gathered here over the centuries, including the specters in the windows of the Coconut Grove Playhouse. Pirates, pilots, gangsters, and those too close to gangsters have all met their ultimate fate in this tropical cove, and the photographs and stories of spooked tour guests testify to their continued presence.
As Luis Niño programmed the printer for another press run, all he could hear was the ocean—the waves rolling against the boat's hull, the wind whipping across the sails. After navigating waters from the Florida Keys to the Bahamas for years as a recreational sailor, he dreamed of one day captaining his own ship, eventually taking the leap and launching Sailing on Biscayne Bay.
Today, Captain Niño and his wife, first mate, and professional photographer Mabel welcome passengers with English and Spanish salutations as they board the Dorinda, a Tartan 34 sailboat. They charter two- or three-hour, half-day, and full-day sails through Biscayne Bay along Miami, Brickell, and Key Biscayne. Luis and Mabel entertain guests with drinks and snacks and can also arrange a catering menu.
National Detailing’s insured and trained staff lugs their detailing equipment and expertise to driveways all across the country. The company's tier of mobile detail packages serves a range of car cleaning needs—the Gold forms a foundation around rinse-less hand washes, carnauba waxes, and clay-bar treatments; the Platinum adds Rain-X treatments; and the Diamond tops everything off with machine polishes and show-car glazes. To ensure that everything goes well at each site, National Detailing has a 24/7 service line that customers can call to voice any concerns or just report a bad dream.