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    Three Things You Can Only Do in Miami and Should Do

    Miami is a city unlike others, and that is down to the people, weather, food, cultures, and activities that can keep you busy all day long. Of course, there are apparent activities like shopping, going to a club, or checking out some of the best restaurants in the country. Still, Miami has so much to explore and so many unique situations.

    Some locations you can visit and activities you can participate in are so unique that you can only do them here in Miami.


    450 NW 37th Avenue, Miami, Florida 33125
    Jai Alai is considered the fastest sport on earth, and you can still watch and bet on it year-round in Miami. The sport originated in the Basque Country and landed in the United States in 1904.

    It is played with woven cestas, a curved catching and throwing basket of Spanish chestnut, and reeds swinging through the air. The Pelotas (Spanish for “balls”) can reach speeds of up to 170 miles per hour while the players are jumping off walls.

    Because of the speed and the hardness of the ball, it can be a dangerous sport. The sport reached its peak popularity in the 1970s and 1980s. Still, currently, the only remaining areas are in Florida, mainly in the Miami area.

    Magic City Casino is one of the best places to catch this distinctive sport, and you will not want to miss it!


    30205 SW 217th Ave, Homestead, FL 33030
    When people think of wineries in the United States, they typically think of Napa Valley. But here in South Florida, we have Schnebly Redland’s Winery, which has the only avocado wine globally, along with many other exotic, tropical fruit wines.

    And for those who aren’t wine drinkers, the Miami Brewing Co. on-site also uses the same fruits. It also has a restaurant called The Redlander that offers farm-to-table cuisine, so there is something for everyone and no need to rush back for dinner.

    You can book wine/beer tastings, as well as a tour. The grounds are filled with tiki huts and koi ponds, so it’s a perfect hidden, tropical paradise to get a little break from the city.

    This is the best place to indulge in unique wines and beers, Miami style!


    14805 SW 216th St, Miami, Florida 33170
    When people think of wildlife in South Florida, they think of alligators and the Everglades. But there are other notable zoos and wildlife parks that you can visit during your stay in Miami.

    Monkey Jungle is the only semi-natural tropical rainforest in North America where visitors can observe orangutans, gibbons, howlers, and more in a 30-acre wildlife reserve. It is home to over 300 primates in an environment close to their natural habitat.

    The DuMond Conservancy at the Monkey Jungle looks to engage scientists, students, and the public in understanding primates, our closest living relatives, and the conservation of their tropical forest habitats.

    You will never forget the time you got to see monkeys roam (semi) free in Miami!

    Other Things To Do In Miami

    Explore Jungle Island

    In Miami, one of the places that draw the most visitors is Jungle Island. It was initially known as Parrot Jungle, and you might find it on Watson Island. Winston Churchill came here in 1946 while it was still in operation.

    It’ll take you a few minutes to go to South Beach or Downtown Miami from The Jungle. Visitors to the theme park are given a feeling of exploration and adventure via interactive activities at the Jungle Island attraction.

    Why not watch one of the exciting shows that happen every day? There are many to choose from.

    Art Deco Walking Tour

    The Art Deco Museum and Welcome Center, situated on the beach in the center of South Beach’s Art Deco District on Ocean Drive, is a terrific site to learn more about the prominent, colorful buildings that give this neighborhood its flare.

    While looking up and admiring the striking geometric patterns and chrome decorations may be enough for some, the Miami Design Preservation League offers daily 1.5-hour walking tours of the area that may be pre-booked online. The tour guides are passionate about their topic. They are not hesitant to provide visitors with a crash course on Art Deco history, Mediterranean Revival, and Miami Modern nuances.

    The wonderfully restored buildings within the Art Deco District have a lot to offer on a laid-back day in the Miami beach region. However, they give off a feeling of melancholy reminiscent of the 1930s.

    Many pastel-painted houses in front of Ocean Drive provide an excellent area to pause for lunch or dinner and take in the view. After nightfall, the Art Deco District comes into its own, thanks to the neon signs and canopy-covered dining places that can be found there.

    Stroll through The Vizcaya Museum and Gardens

    The Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, with its breathtaking architecture, gardens, and artwork, is widely regarded as one of Miami’s most important cultural assets and is well-deserving of a trip there.

    The Renaissance-style villa has 34 rooms set around a breathtaking courtyard. It is packed with the most outstanding European furniture and arts from the 15th century up to the 19th century.

    To ensure the highest level of authenticity throughout the design of this 28-acre estate, more than 1,100 artisans were imported from Europe.

    Wynwood Walls

    This outdoor “gallery” of graffiti artists and muralists, which spreads across warehouses and storefronts and is renowned as “Miami’s most Instagrammed destination,” is a beautiful contrast to Miami’s museums. It’s also only a quick halt. In around twenty minutes, you can view all of the art at Wynwood Walls, including murals by Shepard Fairey (the artist who created Obama’s “Hope” poster).

    It’s a small outdoor space, so getting about is straightforward, and there are plenty of chairs and rocks to sit on while taking everything in. According to The Walls’ new ticket policy, adult admission is $10, student admission is $5, and kids under 12 are free.

    View over 2000 wild animals at Zoo Miami

    Visitors to Zoo Miami experience going on a genuine safari since the zoo creates habitats for animals similar to their natural environments. Visitors to the zoo get the opportunity to get up close and personal with endangered species thanks to cage-free environments and open-air displays.

    Even though it is not the largest zoo, Zoo Miami is great for families. It is particularly great for families with children since it has a children’s zoo that has a variety of various activities, like camel rides.

    Soak up the Cuban Flavor at Little Havana

    Little Havana is famous for the cultural character it exudes. But, in addition to that, it provides:

    You will get the feeling of being immersed in the particular cultural environment of Cuba when there is nonstop vibrant Latin music floating through the air and street art representing prominent people from Cuban history.

    Although Calle Ocho is known as the center of Little Havana and serves as the location for most of the district’s activities, the neighborhood has gradually expanded into the streets and avenues in the surrounding area.

    Explore Croc ridden swamplands at the Everglades National Park

    The Everglades National Park is located a short distance from Miami and has 1.5 million acres. Crocodiles, alligators, and snakes are just some of the reptiles and birds that call this place home. There is also a broad range of other wildlife.

    A high-speed airboat ride is one of the most exciting ways to see the Everglades and the walking paths and boardwalks available for observing the local fauna. The airboat trip is sure to be entertaining for guests as it ventures deep into the marshes and streams in search of alligators. It offers the finest opportunity to do so.

    Visit the iconic Miami Beach.

    It’s likely that when you think about Miami, the first thing that comes to mind is a beach with warm sand and bright sunshine. It is general information that Miami Beach is the best place in the city to relax in the sun on a sandy beach. It has a legendary reputation among the people who live in Miami.

    Because it is situated on an island, the beach itself is geographically distinct from the city limits of Miami. The region is well renowned not just for its beaches but also for its Art Deco museum or neighborhood and the peculiar but magnificent architecture that can be found inside it.

    Luxury is often defined as something difficult to obtain, which we think extends to experiences. The only place you can get these experiences is here in Miami. There are so many things to do and see in Miami that you want to extend your vacation. So while staying in one of the Miami Beach vacation rentalsvillas for rent in Miami

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