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Miami by Water

Everyone knows that the water is where it’s at in Miami. There are all kinds of beaches, each with a different character of its own, ready for any way you want to spend your day. Not to mention waterfalls and swamps and everything in between. There’s a reason it’s called the Magic City — must be something in the water. 

Two People on Jetski

Miami Jet Ski Rentals

If you want to take the handles and experience Miami by water on your terms, a jet ski rental is the way to go. You can set off on a high-speed chase through Miami’s famous waterways and Biscayne Bay, or enjoying the wildlife and scenery that’ll have you understanding why this city is magic. Either way, you’re guaranteed a good time atop a jet ski in Miami.
Miami, FL 33132

Boat on Bay

Millionaire’s Row Cruise

There’s a stretch along the waterfront where only the most glamourous once lived, known as Millionaire’s Row. It was the height of Miami glam for a time and mansion after mansion still commands the shoreline, it’s full glory only witnessed by boat. On this cruise, you’ll see homes that belong to the rich and famous, and others that have even been featured in movies. Not to mention the stunning views of the skyline that you can share with your new millionaire friends.
01 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132

Lighthouse on Beach

Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park

For a bit of a respite from the hustle and bustle of Miami beaches, head over to Cape Florida State Park’s natural beauties. There’s over a mile of shoreline to pick from, complete with Miami’s quintessential palm trees and a picturesque lighthouse that dates back to the early 19th century. Just don’t forget to pack a picnic for your relaxing day away.
1200 Crandon Blvd, Key Biscayne, FL 33149

Everglades National Park

It can be easy to forget that below the water is a whole other kind of Miami lifestyle for marine animals. Take a ride through the saltwater Everglades for a reminder of just who it is that we share the water with. From manatees to ‘gators to spoonbills and even dolphins playing in the wake of the boat, a trip to the Everglades will give you a new appreciation for all that Miami back waters have to offer.
Everglades City, FL 34139

Beach Boardwalk

Miami Beach Boardwalk

A beachside stroll is a given when coming to Miami, and the Boardwalk has plenty of seaside delights coming in waves. Starting at the southern tip and going up for 40 blocks, this beachwalk takes you through all the South Beach hotspots. You’ll flow along with bikers and rollerbladers as you pass beachcombers and bodybuilders, volleyball courts and yogis, tiki bars and perfect little dining terraces. Whatever you imagine yourself doing oceanfront, you’ll find a place for it at the Boardwalk.
Miami Beach, FL 33140


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