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A group tour is exactly what it sounds like: a travel experience shared with a group of people.
When you travel together, you can fit more into one budget. Tour groups are also in a privileged position when it comes to accessing landmarks and attractions. Many places permit them to skip long lines and access experiences unavailable for individual visitors. Bus.com can offer customized services for your tour group in Miami.
Senior Citizen Tours take mobility and physical challenge levels into account and ensure that safety concerns do not compromise the overall experience. Senior citizens get tailored services to enjoy bucket-list destinations in comfort.
City Tours are professionally-planned, densely packed itineraries for visiting a specific urban destination. With a tour charter bus, there is no need to limit yourself to public transport’s schedule or stress out about driving.
Foodie Tours showcase one of the most enjoyable aspects of cultural diversity: the culinary arts. These tours are planned around unique ingredients, native recipes, and famous eateries. Street Food Tours, Coffee Tours, and Wine Tours are all here to indulge the palate.
Thematic Tours cover a vast range of group trips catering to various hobbies or interests. Whether it is science, nature, culture, sport, or any other hobby, it is an excellent way to make traveling to the event of interest more affordable.
Adventure Tours often add a degree of challenge – physical or mental. Immersive or adrenaline-infused experiences help to see life from a new angle and break out of the routine. These tours can do wonders for your group’s ability to bond and can help to obtain new skills.
Self-planned Group Tours are perfect for large families or groups of friends who want to visit a destination together and do not want to worry much about planning. It can be a bachelor party, exploring the family’s history, or bringing the younger generation together.
Wynwood Walls is a unique outdoor art exhibition displaying 80,000 square feet of street murals. Art museums, street performances, musical events, and good food all add up to create the constant buzz of creative energy at this destination.
A National Historic Landmark, Vizcaya Museum and Gardens is a stunning century-old waterfront villa with 32 exquisitely designed rooms and vast formal gardens. Easily accessible with a charter bus rental in Miami, this is a charming location for taking pictures in the atmosphere of tranquillity and elegance. Vizcaya organizes prestigious annual balls and often serves as an engagement and wedding venue.
Dolphin Mall is an outlet shopping mall in Sweetwater, west of the city of Miami. Over 240 brand-name outlets and discount stores add up to the ultimate bargain destination. Extra feature: this mall offers discounts for tourists: visitors from 50+ miles away are eligible for the Passport to Shopping special discounts booklet.
If you are more into bespoke items, shop at the Bayside Marketplace, the most visited attraction in Miami. Bayside is an open-air (but roofed) festival marketplace, dining, events, and shopping center in Downtown Miami. The market is surrounded by the promenades of the Biscayne Bay overlooking the main marina. Sunset cruises across the Bay start from here as well.
The American Airlines Arena is a renovated arena for sports and entertainment in Downtown Miami. It is home to Miami Heat and a venue of choice for big-name entertainment from Cher to Justin Bieber. The seating is considered excellent, and parking is accessible in a close walk.
Fort Lauderdale is a city 25 miles (40 km) north of Miami famous for its boating canals, well-maintained beaches, and yearly events. The coastal part of the city appears to be floating on water thanks to the canals replacing the roads. The River Strip promenade offers upscale restaurants, as well as luxury shopping.
Orlando is a city in central Florida. Thanks to a good dozen theme parks, it is one of the world’s most toured family destinations. Orlando’s Walt Disney World offers water parks, Magic Kingdom and Epcot. Universal Orlando hosts Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. The Wizarding World of Harry Potter rivals even Disney World itself.
West Palm Beach is a cultural destination that is also known for its boutique shopping. Separated from Palm Beach by the Lake Worth Lagoon, the city’s shopping district focuses on retail, dining, and entertainment. Bars and clubs fill downtown’s Clematis Street and CityPlace. The Kravis Center and the Norton Museum of Art present performance arts and visual arts, respectively.
Although each location has so much to offer, there is a unique memory you can make only while on the road. Use Bus.com’s South Florida charter bus rentals to get from Miami to Key West. As you travel over the dramatic Overseas Highway, you will pass over 34 islands and 42 bridges, including the Seven Mile Bridge. Key West itself is a peaceful getaway for relaxing in (or on) the water while trying out glass-bottom boats or snorkeling.
To enjoy a different type of Florida ecosystem, head to Biscayne National Park in the northern Florida Keys. Its reef coral and islands covered in mangrove forests are accessible only by boat. Boca Chita Lighthouse offers a stunning coastal view, but most of the experiences require you to go on and under the water. The Maritime Heritage Trail connects diving sites with shipwrecks and preserved ecosystems. Encounter dolphins, turtles, pelicans, and 300 plus other animals.
Key Largo (Cayo Largo) is the largest in the Florida Keys archipelago. There is a range of sport and exploration opportunities for any skill level: the onshore and offshore parks offer wildlife watching, fishing, and kayaking. John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park attracts divers and snorkelers with the diversity of tropical fish.