Tours in Saint Petersburg


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  • GROM Technologies, Inc.
    Signature Service: Travel safety and health online courseware Established: 2013 Staff Size: 25?50 people Average Duration of Services: 1?2 hours
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    10460 Roosevelt Blvd N - Ste 289
    St. Petersburg, FL US
  • Dolphin Racer Speedboat Adventure
    The thrum of the speedboat's engine carries through the water like an ice-cream truck's jingle. A 4-foot-high wake trails behind, fanning out into a fork as the speed increases and the passengers ready their cameras. Soon, a glistening fin breaks the surface. The first bottlenose dolphin seems to levitate on top of the wave while it bodysurfs for the sheer fun of it, then disappears back into the sea. Its pod follows suit, leaping, splashing, and riding the swells, soaking up the attention of the human spectators. Sights like this are typical on the Dolphin Racer Speed Boat. The sunny yellow craft skirts across the waterways of the Gulf Beaches on 60- to 90-minute trips while up to 125 people lounge on the open deck and the captain narrates the sights of the passing beaches. Ample viewing space ensures that cameras can capture split-second jumps and spins when the dolphins heed the call to play. Whether it's because of the thrill of breaching, the pride in their celebrity status, or an underwater bet to see who can communicate with humans first, the dolphins' presence is virtually guaranteed?the boat offers a complimentary future cruise in the case of no-shows.
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    3400 Pasadena Ave. S
    St. Petersburg, FL US
  • Sunken Gardens
    In the middle of Saint Petersburg surrounded by tall buildings and shopping malls lies a 100-year-old oasis of waterfalls and lush plant life. Sunken Gardens, one of the city’s oldest living museums, surrounds visitors with a thriving ecosystem of more than 50,000 tropical plants and flowers. Winding paths lead explorers around rivers and ponds filled with fish and turtles. Flamingos walk the banks as passersby spy parrots and admire butterflies gliding from flower to flower. The tranquil gardens also host educational events and daily yoga sessions that help ease stress generated by everyday lives and not being able to touch your left elbow with your left hand.
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    1825 4th St N
    Saint Petersburg, FL US
  • All About Fun Tours
    The founders of St. Petersburg probably didn't imagine future visitors rolling down its streets on upright, self-balancing machines. Mounted on Segway HTs, visitors on All About Fun Tours can do just that, cruising along the waterfront on devices that intuitively respond to their movements or fear of jellyfish. Tour options abound, and guides deliver a tutorial on Segway basics before leading groups around the historic city.
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    335 2nd Ave. NE
    St. Petersburg, FL US
  • City Cycle Tours
    LED lights glimmer in the dark, illuminating St. Petersburg's scenic streets. As the lights loom closer, they reveal a steel behemoth whose deck is serving as a stage for neon-clad '80s pop stars cycling in tandem and one lone acrobat steadying himself for a mid-motion keg stand. Though this doesn't happen every night, Rhett Reynolds and Daniel O'Brien have hosted several strange occurrences ever since they moved their pedal-bus pub crawls from the Twin Cities to sunnier climes. City Cycle Tours' four-wheeled, pedal-powered bus was designed and contracted by an independent engineering company and transports 14 passengers past the city's scenic sights and to an array of drinking establishments. The blue-and-silver craft coasts along with minimal passenger effort at no more than 6 miles per hour as participants sit beneath a pounding six-speaker sound system and wide canopy, safe from the eyes of bird paparazzi. Dual 66-liter coolers carry riders' nonalcoholic libations, but the craft also boasts enough room to accommodate a half keg. Groups roll along guided by LED blinkers and headlights, kept buoyant with full suspension. The company's designated drivers hold taxi licenses and reflect a cabbie's knowledge of road etiquette and avoiding jousting matches as they ferry their charges through city parks and along piers.
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    300 2nd Avenue Northeast
    St. Petersburg, FL US
  • Rob's Radical Rides
    Rob Masserini is about as outdoorsy at it gets—aside from being an avid cyclist, he also has a PhD in chemical oceanography and loves to go whitewater kayaking and alpine climbing. But as he attempted to become an urban cyclist upon moving to downtown St. Petersburg, he decided instead to design electric bikes to roam the urban jungle. Not just traditional bikes, though; he wanted to design electric bikes. In fact, he started with technology he had used to build underwater sensors for submarines during his PhD research. He enjoyed designing the bikes so much that he custom-built an entire fleet for Rob's Radical Rides, a company for which he charters tours of downtown St. Petersburg. The e-choppers, as Rob calls them (they have ape hanger-style handlebars and flames painted on the bodies), have a range of up to 20 miles depending on whether riders choose to pedal or let the electricity power their ride. Each excursion begins with a safety orientation and test drive, after which groups embark on adventures. If by the end of their tour a customer has really fallen for their ride, they can commission Rob to build them a custom bike of their own.
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    344 1st Ave. S
    St. Petersburg, FL US

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