Matheson Hammock Park

Matheson Hammock Park is a 630-acre urban oasis just south of Coral Gables. Opened in 1930,  it's home to a restaurant, nature trails, pavilions, and a sailing and boating school. 


This park features a manmade atoll pool flushed naturally by the tide, a beach, marina and boat launch. A prime spot for kiteboarding, you can also rent kayaks and standup paddleboards from the park's concessions. For a unique dining experience, grab a table for dinner at Red Fish Grill located at the water's edge inside the park's original beach pavilion. You'll be transported to Old Florida with a menu of fresh seafood in this still unspoiled setting. 


Venetian Pool

A beautiful oasis inspired by Mediterranean architecture, the Venetian Pool is a unique part of Miami’s history. A sight to behold, you’ll find swaying palm trees, coral rock formations, whimsical waterfalls and interesting caves.


The Venetian Pool is the only swimming pool on the National Register of Historic Places. This former rock quarry was turned into the Venetian Pool in 1924. Large enough to hold 820,000 gallons of fresh water from an underground aquifer, the pool draws water from artesian wells in the summer. And it’s the perfect place to cool off and go for a swim.



Everglades National Park is an American national park that protects the southern twenty percent of the original Everglades in Florida. The park is the largest tropical wilderness in the United States, and the largest wilderness of any kind east of the Mississippi River. 


We invite you to explore these unique wetlands and learn about their native inhabitants as our professional guides show you a side of Florida you’ve never seen before. With years of alligator experience to help brave the way, we’ll show you what alligator wrestling is all about. (Don’t try this at home.) Feeling brave yourself?  You can even hold a baby gator in your arms! When you embark on an Everglades safari, we ensure you really get to meet the natives.


Key West

Key West is an island and city in the Straits of Florida on the North American continent. The city lies at the southernmost end of U.S. Route 1, the longest north-south road in the United States.  


Key West, the southernmost point in the United States, is famous for water-sports, lively nightlife, beaches, historic sites and its pastel, conch-style architecture. Duval Street, one of the most energetic strips of shops, bars and cafes anywhere, offers Sloppy Joe’s bar, a favorite Key West hangout of novelist Ernest Hemingway.

And, for the more sober-minded, there's Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum.


Plane & Helicopter Tours

Planes or Helicopters are great ways to view Miami from the skies. Amazing views are guaranteed as we fly you through the sky with birds eye view of South Florida's best white sandy beaches and landmarks. 


Nothing makes a visit to Miami more scenic and exciting than discovering the spectacular panoramic beauty of South Florida by Airplane or Helicopter. Offering the best Miami Air Tours with the best pilots, aircraft and at the best prices. Our Miami and Fort Lauderdale airplane & Helicopter tours have been thoughtfully planned out so that locals and visitors alike have a unique and adventurous experience. 



Come aboard to the high speed ferry ride where in 2.5 hours we'll have you enjoying the crystal waters of the Bahama islands.


The Bass seeks to expand the interpretation of contemporary art by incorporating disciplines of contemporary culture, such as design, fashion and architecture, into the exhibition program. Artecchouse Miami showcases 21st century art that is created at the intersection of art, science and technology. A place where one can always get inspired, educated and empowered by exploring the latest and the best works of art & tech.


Orlando Them Parks

The City of Orlando is  known as "The Theme Park Capital of the World" and in 2016 its tourist attractions and events drew more than 72 million visitors. The Orlando International Airport (MCO or OIA) is the thirteenth-busiest airport in the United States and the 29th-busiest in the world. 


Orlando's  most visited attractions are Walt Disney World, opened by the Walt Disney Company in 1971, and the Universal Orlando Resort, opened in 1990 as a major expansion of Universal Studios Florida. With the exception of Walt Disney World, most major attractions are located along International Drive.