It’s difficult to find your own uncrowded slice of Miami, but here are four of the best places to avoid the flood of tourists.
As the boat pulled away from the dock and the wind blew through our hair, we watched Key West fade into the distance. We were about to head 70 miles out into the ocean to explore one of the most remote national parks in the United States, the Dry Tortugas.
It wasn’t long after arriving in Miami by car that I started wondering what it would be like to take a sky-high spin above it. So, we opted to experience the city from a unique angle, taking in the nighttime sights from Fort Lauderdale to South Beach on this Miami air tour.
There’s simply no better way to discover the culture and flavors of this vibrant city than on a Miami food tour.