Miami is filled with sights, from historic Art Deco buildings to the 300-foot statue of Gloria Estefan. Turn the bus around with this Groupon.
$32 for a Pirate Adventure Tour for Two (Up to $64 Value)
A captain and a tour guide bedecked in pirate garb helm an amphibious vehicle—decorated to look like a pirate ship sailing the high seas—that ferries visitors throughout South Beach via roads and waterways. The 90-minute land-and-water trips depart at 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. beneath the Pirate Duck Tours sign by the east end of New World Symphony Center Park. Passengers should arrive about 30 minutes before departure. Municipal parking is located one block west of departure point.
Miami Land & Sea Pirate Adventure
Its sides look like the planking of a ship, but its wheels are suggestive of a bus. On the open-sided deck space, a guide dressed in a felt tricornered hat, sailor's shirt, and red sash crows "Ahoy, matey!" to welcome up to 49 passengers onto the US Coast Guard-certified amphibious vessel. Then the wheeled ship is driven toward the water, where it hits the surface and glides forth with almost no break in rhythm. For the next 90 minutes, Miami Land & Sea Pirate Adventure's semiaquatic tour bus roams both land and sea as guests take in the city's many sights.
Miami Pirate Duck Tours
Miami Pirate Duck Tours treats locals and visitors alike to educating, uplifting 90-minute boat and city tours that explore Miami, its history, architecture, and amazing water views. In contrast to earlier duck tour versions, the friendly crew mans new and improved US Coast Guard-certified amphibious vessels that whisk passengers through Miami's trendy, fashionable neighborhoods to its breathtaking bays and canals without changing vehicles. Ocean breezes, fascinating facts about the city, gorgeous views, and sometimes wild dolphins abound as passengers experience Miami in state-of-the-art vehicles equipped with modern waterjet drives, electronic roll-down curtains, air ride suspension and features not found on any earlier duck tour vehicles.