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10 Best Things To Do In Miami, Florida

Updated: Apr 18, 2019

With its warm sunny days, glamorous beach clubs and latin vibes Miami does not need much of an introduction, but the city has so much more to offer than people realize. With a thriving nightlife, exclusive shopping, gorgeous beaches, beautiful architecture, world class fishing and a vibrant art scene, Miami has something for every type of visitor.

Miami, Florida is also widely famous for its Art Deco architecture. Today, the style is marked by its characteristic bright colors, exotic flora and fauna motifs, and geometric designs. No trip to Miami is complete without a visit to the Little Havana for it's Cuban influences, and you can't leave Miami without eating at one of it's many delicious restaurants.

The list of things to do in Miami is never - ending, but we've done our best to highlight some of our favorites for your next adventure.

South Beach

South Beach is the hottest spot in Miami through day and night and is located at the southern end of Miami Beach. The neighborhood includes numerous night clubs, restaurants, boutiques and hotels. The beach is one of the most famous beaches in the world and is known for it's shallow waters and sun-bathing.


If you have any time to explore beyond Miami during your visit, consider taking a day trip to the Everglades. This unique tropical swampland is home to countless species of animals including the alligators that Florida is famous for. Activities include canoeing, biking or bird-watching among many other things. We even offer a guided bike tour to a lookout tour.

Stand Up Paddleboarding

Resembling surfboards but thicker, Stand-up paddleboarding provides an excellent workout in a relaxing atmosphere. This sport is highly popular in Florida's many waterways and can be practiced on rivers, oceans, harbors or lakes. It's one of Florida's most popular watersports and is easy to learn on calm water. For guided night trips through Miami or day trips to a sandbar island, check out our tours here.

Zoo Miami

Zoo Miami is the oldest zoological garden in Florida and is a favorite activity for animal-lovers and families. With over 3,000 animals on nearly 750 acres, this is the only tropical zoo in the continental Unites States.

Little Havana

Named after the capital of Cuba, Little Havana is one of the top places to visit in Miami and is considered a cultural hub of the city. It is characterized by its street life, restaurants, music and other cultural activities.


Florida is known for having some of the greatest fishing in the world, with abundant fishing opportunities in the Atlantic Ocean, the Intracoastal Waterway, the Florida Keys and the Gulf of Mexico. Fishing boats can be rented or chartered from countless outfitters in and around Miami.

Water taxi

For a chance to see Miami from the water, consider taking the water taxi from Bayside Marketplace. Stops along this route include breathtaking views from the water, especially at sunset, and include some of best food, live entertainment, fun, and shopping Miami has to offer.

Mango's Tropical Cafe

Mango's is considered to be one of Miami's most favorite night clubs complete with cocktails, latin music and live entertainment into the early morning. This club is a celebrity hangout spot, so don't be surprised if a famous face crosses your path there.


Florida is abundant with watersports adventures and parasailing is a top experience for many visitors. Look for outfitters at Miami Beach and enjoy your ride through the sky with beautiful views of south Florida.

Scooter Rental

A scooter is an affordable and fun way to explore Miami's many iconic neighborhoods. Look for rentals at Miami Beach and start exploring!

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