Tuesday, November 4, 2014

See Miami from a Bird's Point of View

Photo courtesy of miamiseaplanetour.com
If you've been to Miami enough times, you may think you've seen and done everything there is to do. Museums, the art district, boat tours, nightclubs and, of course, the beaches offer only so much and can get old after awhile.

If Miami is starting to seem too "been there, done that," maybe it's time to take a look at the area from a totally different point of view. Miami Seaplane Tours offers several different trips that will have you lifting off from the water and buzzing some of the most popular Miami sights and scenes from the air.

On their Sobe Seaplane Tour, you'll fly over more than a half dozen islands and beaches, several resorts, buzz the Miami Beach Coast Guard station and see Ocean Drive and the Art Deco district from above.




On the Miami Skyline Tour, you'll fly over the Port of Miami and see all of the cruise ships lined up and soar over the impressive downtown Miami skyline, South Beach, the Art Deco district and the million dollar mansions of people like Gloria Estefan and Sean "P. Diddy" Combs on Star Island. You'll also see many of the impressive Miami hotels from high above including the renowned Fontainebleau Hotel.

The Ultimate Miami Beach Tour includes most of the the above two tours along with a slow, low passage over the crystal clear waters where you are bound to see all sorts of marine life like sting rays, manatees, sharks and dolphins. Other tours include Ft. Lauderdale or the surrounding wetlands, as well.

In addition to their popular tours, Miami Seaplane Tours also offers excursions to Key West and the Bahamas as well as romantic getaways to your own private island including dinner and drinks. They'll also arrange custom charters to wherever you want to go!

Cost for the seaplane tours ranges from $135 per person to $350 per person and trips last from 15 minutes to 2 hours. A minimum of two passengers is required to book a tour and the planes can hold a maximum of three people along with the pilot. You can find out more information by calling Miami Seaplane Tours at 305-361-3909 or visiting their website at www.miamiseaplane.com. 


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