As the city of magic, Miami brings to life all sorts of art - from music, visual, and dance. One of the best art deco districts is found on Miami's South Beach. It is also one of the few places with its own ballet company, professional theater company, and symphony orchestra. Miami being a seat of arts and culture, and home to pristine beaches, it attracts approximately 14 million tourists every year.
Miami offers beautiful and dazzling skylines that attract tourists from all over the world. With its skyscrapers, it is considered to have the third tallest skyline in the US. The buildings create a winsome contrast and cast a beautiful shadow over Miami’s white beaches and clear blue waters during sunset.
Known as the Capital of Latin America, Miami is one of the few states where Spanish is a widely-used language. It has become a home to many South American people such as Cubans, Puerto Ricans, Haitians, and Colombians. Its name - Miami - originally came from Lake Okeechobee’s old name Mayami. There is something for everyone here. There are more than 50 shipwrecks in Miami, making it a paradise for both scuba divers and anglers.
Fishing happens all year round since the temperature in Miami, FL is consistently warm. Because of it, fish tend to be active all the time. The months between November to April are considered ideal because it is not so hot. The hotter months are from May to October.
For those who are fans of Tony Hawk and those who love street skating, this is the best place to go. Grind those pipes. Do some wallrides. And hopefully, if you ride the ramp and land, you can pull off a 540 while in the air. If you're just starting out, don't worry about it, they have instructors there, too. Just take note that you have to book the place ahead of time because it's open by appointment only.
If you’re looking for a more relaxing tour, Coconut Grove is the place for you. The Vizcaya mansion is an amazing, Instagram-worthy backdrop for those who are looking for fun and elegant selfies. Their designs range from 16th to 19th century, giving its tourist a vision of the beauty of the past.
It is home to more than 300 species of wildlife (inclusive of birds). Formerly known as the parrot jungle, Jungle Island gives adventurous people a chance to go zip lining, complete obstacle courses, and engage in aerial activities while admiring the wildlife around them.