Miami Boat Tours

Miami boat tours provide an ever-popular way of seeing Miami while having a great time. A boat tour in Miami effectively checks off two boxes on your itinerary: You can enjoy the splendid experience of being out on the ocean, drenched in radiant sun, that so comes to define Miami, while still learning about the city and seeing its many sights.

A popular boat tour in Miami is a trip around the Biscayne Bay area. The bay, which is normally separated into three parts (North, Central, and South), exhibits Miami life in its full vigor. Gaze in awe at the towering skyline, before taking a close look at the lives of the rich and famous, as South Bay and its many artificial islands are famed as celeb hangouts.

Miami boat tours also include Miami cruises. These often run along Miami Beach boat tour routes, placing their emphasis less on having an informed time and more on enjoying a lazy day sunbathing or dining on the ocean. Such cruises are particularly popular with those on a honeymoon or other romancing couples who want to enjoy a Miami Beach boat tour without necessarily leaving Miami for longer than a day.

Miami boat tours also include trips around the Everglades swamp. The Everglades is the largest remaining swamp in the world, and the opportunity to whiz around its incredible fauna and flora on an iconic airboat is not to be sniffed at. Just watch out for those crocodiles!

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