View of Miami from the sea.

Miami by Land and Sea

During your scenic drive you will pass through the heart of downtown Miami and the towering skyscrapers of the Financial district along Brickell Avenue. Explore Miami’s Cuban heritage as you make your way down “Calle Ocho” and into the heart of Little Havana.

  • View the Miami downtown area and the Financial district
  • Learn about Miami’s Cuban heritage
  • Cruise on the Biscayne bay
  • See estates owned by celebrities
  • Difficulty level

    Level 1: For everyone

  • Duration


  • Min. passengers


  • Booking code


  • Notices

    Comfortable walking shoes and clothing recommended.

Continue to historic Coconut Grove, home to a number of popular festivals, sidewalk cafes and endless street life. Take in the glitz and glamour of South Beach and the unique Art deco District, before arriving at Bayside Market Place where you will board your vessel for a relaxing and informative 90-minute tour of Miami’s Biscayne Bay.

On the water, you will first pass the Port of Miami, the “Cruise Capital of the World” where you will have an excellent photo opportunity of your ship. The boat then heads to Fisher Island for a closer look at the multi-million dollar homes owned by the likes of Oprah Winfrey, Boris Becker, Mel Brooks, Ann Bancroft, and former Florida Governor Jeb Bush. Cruising by Star Island, you can peek into the backyards of Rosie O'Donnell's and Gloria Estefan's estates. Other properties of interest include the honeymoon cottage of Elizabeth Taylor and Eddie Fisher and the house used in the film "The Specialist" starring Sharon Stone and Sylvester Stallone. On Palm Island you can practically peer into the guard house at Al Capone's old abode.

As you make your way back to Bayside, you will enjoy fantastic views of Miami’s famous skyline.

Practical information:

  • Included: n/a
  • Remarks: Comfortable walking shoes and clothing recommended.
  • Language: English
  • Walking information: The amount of walking is Minimal. However, longer standing moments are foreseen. Participants must be able negotiate 15 steps on the Boat (5 to get in, 10 inside)
  • Wheelchair accessible: No