Tours in Pace

Select Local Merchants

The professional pilots at Timberview Helicopters ferry passengers high into the clouds aboard a sky-scraping whirlybird during flight tours through Destin, Kansas City, and Key West. Having chartered flights for National Geographic and the Travel Channel, these pilots expertly navigate planes toward sweeping, picturesque views, allowing sightseers to steal glances of Fort Walton Beach, downtown Kansas City, and Key West's ocean views from a perspective normally reserved for birds and astronauts with binoculars. Additionally, their high-definition videos grant guests a lasting commemoration of their in-flight experience. When they're not chartering tours, they teach budding pilots the gravity-defying tricks of their trade through pilot training and lug precious shipments from port to port with their cargo-lifting services.

1001 Airport Road
Destin,
FL
US

Nestled on the barrier Gulf Coast, St. George Island boasts 22 miles of tranquil beaches and unblemished wildlife sanctuaries. Your relaxing stint in the sand begins at one of Tip Top Vacation Spot's furnished rental properties, outfitted for every family, couple, or couple of families looking to take bets on their children’s beach volleyball games. Rates start as low as $485 (standard fees not included) for a three-night stay in a quaint, two-bedroom villa during the low, summer season, and range upward of $3,600 for a week-long, mid-season stay at a five-bedroom house equipped to corral larger herds of vacationers.

235 East Gulf Beach Drive
St. George Island,
FL
US

Winding through dense, verdant forests, the peaceful waters of the Perdido River form an aquatic highway for Perdido Natural Adventures' fleet of canoes, kayaks, and tubes. The company's rental watercrafts facilitate journeys into the natural habits and underground gambling rings of bald eagles, wild turkeys, beaver, and deer. As vessels float along the bass-filled river, white sand beaches beckon adventurers to swim and play in the water. Perdido Natural Adventures' shuttle facilitates each expedition, carrying rentals or customers' own vessels from Fran's Country Grill to various launch points along the river. The staff can also arrange overnight camping trips with the centaurs that manage the forest.

5539 U.S. 29
Molino,
FL
US

Pensacola Trolley Tours brings culture vultures aboard a replica 1880s streetcar at the Visitor Center downtown for a journey through America's first settlement, focusing on Pensacola's rich history and exquisite architecture. The 75-minute narrated tour starts at the shipwrecked de Luna expedition, which founded Pensacola in 1559. The trolley rolls on along its route through the Historic Pensacola Village to view more than 20 preserved Colonial homes, the exquisite mansions of Gage Hill, the Port of Pensacola, and the first U.S. naval air station. Throughout the tour, the Pensacola-savvy tour guide will regale sightseers with stories about the area's history, like the mysterious circumstances that led to the area being abandoned for 138 years (966 dog years). . Tours include a 15-minute stop and are scheduled seven days a week at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. with additional tours sometimes offered.

1401 East Gregory Street
Pensacola,
FL
US

Pensacola's oldest surviving house located on its original site, the Quina House was built in 1810. The shingled-frame cottage was made of local pine, cypress, and oak with a double-fire chimney, butterfly roof, and a portico with columnettes. Its namesake, Desiderio Quina, bought the house in 1821, had seven children with his wife, Margarita Bauve, and ran an apothecary business. In the same year, the Spanish Floridas were incorporated into the United States of America⎯the official event was presided over by Andrew Jackson just a few blocks from the Quinas’ front porch. Desiderio and Margarita’s presence remains in the house today in their historical furnishings, which include a horse-hair sofa and a sleigh bed from 1830. Today, the Quina House Museum sponsors date-night house tours, monthly luncheons, and walking tours of the Seville Square Historic District so that visitors can experience life before fruit roll-ups.

204 S Alcaniz St
Pensacola,
FL
US

Emerald Coast Tours' knowledgeable guides champion the Segways as Pensacola's ideal mode of transport. They strive to serve as ambassadors to city visitors, customizing tours to suit travelers' interests and happily recommending travel destinations to patrons seeking daylong rentals. Their shop's Segways prove ideal for coasting down city streets and laying siege to sand castles along the coastline.

113 North Palafox Street
Pensacola,
FL
US