Guides narrate in both English and Spanish as adventurers take in sights from art-deco buildings to swamp wildlife
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About Safari Tours
Alligators sun themselves as an airboat glides through marsh grasses. The smell of Cuban coffee seeps into a tour bus winding through Little Havana. A yacht pulls up to a home once owned by Al Capone. For 20 years, the guides of Safari Tours have led explorers on such adventures in both Miami's urban enclaves and the Everglades' swampy surround, expounding all the while in both English and Spanish. Passengers board Safari Tours' licensed and insured vehicles at the Bayside location. Tour operators sometimes lead travelers to more remote reaches, including excursions to Key West, multiday explorations of Orlando, and time travel to the Jurassic period.