This 3.5 Hour Jeep tour takes you to the most interesting areas in Miami, Miami Beach, Little Havana, Wynwood, Key Biscayne, Coconut Grove, and Coral Gables. We also include two stops, one in Wynwood and one in Little Havana. Let our professional guide introduce you to our wonderful City!If you are looking for a tour of Miami that feels like it is private, but doesn't break the bank, this is the perfect tour for you. People kept asking us for a more affordable version of our private City Tour, and this is it!
The Miami City Tour begins by showing you the best parts of Miami Beach, playground of the rich and famous and home to the largest collection of Art Deco architecture in the world. Next up is Biscayne Bay via the historic Venetian Causeway where you will experience one of the best views of downtown Miami’s skyline and some of the 32 man made islands that dot the Bay. Once on the mainland, you will head to Wynwood, one of the fastest growing arts enclaves in the country. Wynwood uses redesigned warehouses as enormous canvases for world renown street artists and it contains over 70 galleries and restaurants that display up and coming artist’s works as well as high end private and public collections. We take a short break here and give you a guided walking tour through Wynwood Walls, a small park with the world’s largest outdoor collection of museum quality street murals. Next up is the historic downtown and Brickell area, continuously inhabited for over 5000 years by Native Americans, Europeans and finally Pioneers; this is where the City of Miami began over a hundred years ago. Brickell is one of the fastest growing areas of town with luxury hotels, over 300 international banks and some of the most popular restaurants and nightspots in town. We then take you somewhere no other tours go, across the Rickenbacker Causeway to Virginia Key and Key Biscayne. The Rickenbacker offers the best view of the Miami Skyline and is a great place to take pictures. The tour then takes you into Coconut Grove. With it’s Marinas, lush tropical flora and eclectic shops and eateries, it is one of the most interesting areas in Miami. The City of Coral Gables is up next and it is one of the finest examples in the United States of the City Beautiful Movement of the 1920s. Coral Gables is a meticulously planned community with a distinctly Mediterranean Revival Style, large fountains and arched entrances, monumental buildings and perfect, tree lined streets. The ‘Gables’ is home to the famous Biltmore Hotel, The Venetian Pool and The University of Miami Campus. The next destination on the Miami City Tour is one of our most culturally significant stops â€“ the section of the Tamiami Trail called Calle Ocho, in the heart of Little Havana. Filled with music, cigar stores, Cuban restaurants and bodegas, this neighborhood is where Cuban Exiles settled after fleeing the Castro regime and is considered the soul of the Cuban community. We take a short stop here at Domino Park, allowing you to sample some Cuban coffee and experience the vibrant culture of this unique Miami neighborhood. We then travel back over the MacArthur Causeway, past Star Island and Palm Island, the home, past and present, to celebrities such as Will Smith, Al Capone, and Gloria and Emilio Estefan. The tour comes to a magnificent close as we pass very close to the cruise ships and end up back in Miami Beach! You are going to feel like a local after this tour!