It's not uncommon for a resident to only explore a city's iconic sights when guests come to town or when practicing hypnosis in a mirror leads to amnesia. Retain civic sights and sounds with today’s Groupon to Safari Tours Miami. Choose from the following options:
- For $19, you get a Miami city tour (a $39 value).
- For $27, you get an Everglades tour (a $55 value).
- For $27, you get a Miami city tour and Biscayne Bay boat combination tour (a $55 value).
Boasting bilingual tour guides and an 18-year history, Safari Tours Miami immerses curious brains in fun, educational outings that take advantage of Miami’s terrestrial and aquatic landscape. From the comfort of air-conditioned buses and vans, the 3.5-hour Miami city tour encompasses the Brickell Avenue financial district, high-priced abodes in Coral Gables and Coconut Grove, and Little Havana, where guests keep their eyes peeled for miniature cigars. Launching with a high-speed airboat spin through lush swamplands, daily Everglades tours last about six hours and conclude with a 30-minute educational show and free time for lunch in Everglades Park. Guaranteed alligator sightings prompt vigilant looks over the side of the vessel, and the Swamp Thing occasionally appears at the stern to dispel knowledge about local ecosystems.
The Miami city tour and Biscayne Bay boat combination tour leads travelers through the city, and carries adventurers aboard a two-level yacht for 90 minutes, where they can breathe in salty air from the top deck’s open terrace or gaze through picture windows in the air-conditioned cabin below. The scintillating Miami coastline arrays itself along the bay, offering eyefuls of seaside homes that belonged to Al Capone and Elizabeth Taylor, as well as the perch where Howard Hughes entertained visiting pelicans. Each tour includes complimentary pickup and drop-off at many area hotels.
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.
401 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami, Florida 33132