Miami – Activities

    Published: 06-16-2009
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    From sandy white beaches to spectacular museums, explore all of the activities Miami has to offer.

    Carol Klopfer: When you are looking for some downtime or a change of pace after a night out on the town, there are plenty of activities to experience in the country's most famous playground for having fun in the sun.

    Miami's beaches are as diverse and eclectic as the city and its people. Choose from family, friendly locals to more diverse beaches where you can bear it all. Express yourself!

    Rodester Brandon: People come to Miami to experience the beaches and while they are here, they are exposed to a diverse cultural experience.

    Female Speaker: Miami looks magnificent from the water year around, whether your vantage point is the deck of a luxury yard, a deck ski, or even a kayak. The city's mariners and waterfront concession stands offer dozens of different ways to experience the waters of Biscayne Bay and beyond.

    All you need is a mask and some fins, they had underwater, where fish flock to natural and artificial reeves.

    When you are on dry land staying fit and people watching is a breeze, thanks to miles of trails for rollerblading, cycling and dogging along with pick up games that are ready.

    If golf and tennis is your game, you will be in good company as people from all over the world head to Miami for its exclusive golf and tennis resorts, as well as several top notch public golf courses and tennis courts. When you are tired of doing sports and want to do more of the watching variety, Miami is sure to please. The city is home to be NFL's Miami Dolphins, the NBA's Miami Heat, the MLB's Florida Marlins and the Homestead Miami's Speedway.

    Check out emerging artist at the Wynwood Arts District or more established ones. courtesy of individual galleries and studios that dots out beach.

    Book III Bischof: If you want something a little bit different, something that's more specific to Miami, definitely the Street Art and the Wynwood Arts District has more of an edge and holds more interest to the majority of the people.

    Female Speaker: And when you are in the mood for fine arts, head to Adrienne Arsht Center for the performing arts. To expand your horizons even more, travel to the nearby Homestead, Schnebly Redland's the areas first winery with vintages made from tropical fruit or see Miami from a fresh perspective. Miami Duck Tours let's you glide through downtown and South Beach aboard Ducks on Wheels, while helicopters over Miami gives you a bird's eye view or see Miami from the top of double-decker bus.

    No matter what you choose to do, Miami offers the sophisticated travel or a chance to reach out, relax and take in the areas, all inspiring natural wonders with the spectacular array of venues geared for sports, arts and water enthusiasts alike.