A trip to Miami would not be complete unless you visited Miami Beach, the famous beach area home to pristine sand meeting the Atlantic Ocean. You can rent a beach chair relax and work on your tan.
Known for its year-round sunny skies, this vibrant destination has been ranked by TripAdvisor as a Top Winter Sun Vacation Rental Getaway Destinations, and a Top Romantic Destination.
If your hotel is in Miami, you can take a cool and breezy water taxi to South Beach, the most popular neighborhood in Miami Beach. It departs hourly from Miami’s Bayside Marketplace and takes 20 minutes.
The Sunset Dinner Tour begins at 5 pm so the weather is much cooler for walking around to 4 of the best restaurants in the neighborhood. Our first stop is a very popular watering hole on Key Biscayne Bay where we’ll start with a welcoming Margarita.
At our second stop, we’ll have a chicken fajita empanada and the first of 2 desserts, a Nutella banana empanada, enjoying both with more great views of Key Biscayne Bay.
We all know lobster rolls, but here in Miami Beach with a style and Latin flair of its own, we’ll have a lobster taco and our last course on the tour will be Italian Gelato. Being a plastic-free sustainable tour, we’ll supply an edible spoon to enjoy your dessert.
We’ll also visit many well-known attractions between the food stops like,
South Point Pier, where the ocean and the bay meet. Next up is Nikki Beach, a popular restaurant steps from the beach. And we’ll see many examples of Art Deco buildings that are well-protected by local zoning laws valuing their beauty and presence in South Beach. And our last stop on the tour will be the magnificent Gianni Versace Mansion.
The tour takes 2 hours and the walking distance is a little over 1 mile ending on Ocean Drive, a great car-free pedestrian walking area well-known for art deco hotel bars and perfect for people watching. Tour costs $59.00 p/p
Environmentally-Conscious Tour Organizer
Official Partner with City of Miami Beach- PlasticFreeMB Initiative
Contributor to Plant a Billion Trees - Nature Conservancy
Volunteering to remove seaweed and trash from Miami Beach