For those traveling Miami on a budget, Miami Spa Month — which takes place during July and August — is an excellent time to visit. During the event, spas all around the city offer special deals (up to 50% off!) on decadent treatments. To help you plan your itinerary, here are some of the offerings you can book.
Fort Lauderdale is often called the ‘Venice of America’ because of the Intracoastal Waterway and the canals that meander through the city. Locals do a great deal of floating through town. Visitors can too; no boat rental required thanks to the Fort Lauderdale Water Taxi. It’s a sightseeing tour, boat ride and taxi all rolled into one and your tour ticket allows unlimited boarding all day ant any of the dozen stops throughout town.
For those interested in getting to know Haitian culture in a non-touristy neighborhood, Miami’s Little Haiti is the perfect place. Filled with cultural centers, shops, ethnic restaurants and art you’ll have a number of worthwhile experiences without even leaving the neighborhood. To help you plan your itinerary, here is a guide to exploring Miami’s Little Haiti.
One of the great things about visiting Miami is having the chance to island hop. There’s no doubt Miami is full of fun things to do; however, sometimes it’s nice to slow down the pace and enjoy a change of scenery.
For those wanting to experience the outdoors in Miami, the city is accessible to a number of memorable wildlife experiences. From crocodiles to seals to dolphins and beyond, you’ll view and interact with a large variety of fauna. To help you plan here itinerary, here is a guide to wildlife encounters near Miami.
Known for its art, nightlife and shopping offerings, Wynwood provides many opportunities to explore the best of Miami. Also known as the Wynwood Arts District, much of the area’s offerings are centered around art and design, and you’ll undoubtedly end your day feeling inspired. To help you plan your day in Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood, here are some suggestions.