Miami has been at the center of many activities in the past, as it is now. However, one of the best things to do over at Miami has always been to go for a retreat there. From sunny beaches to overcast billowy forests, the region has it all. Now, whether you’re going out with colleagues with a hunger for adventure sports, or with a family for some quality time, Miami can be a bit challenging. Not only is the city filled choc-a-block with attractions, but there are also loads of constraints that come up as you go along. To help you along the way then, we’ve arranged some destinations that you’d love to visit to have your outdoor retreat.
Before you reach out and go to Miami though, plan accordingly and book your transportation from some time ahead. During the normal vacation times, Miami gets really busy and it's hard to navigate when you have a large group visiting along with you. We recommend Miami bus rental since buses are handy and can keep your entire group in one place. And about the places, the bus would take you? Well, read on.
1. Oleta River State Park
Oleta River State Park boasts of wonderful biking trails. Whether you’re just a beginner or have had advanced training these biking trails are sure to challenge you. Take a hike through the mountains and lush greenery around to check out the attractions and the scenery that sets the State Park apart from others. If you’re feeling especially confident and have friends ready to join on an adventure, go for kayaking through the Oleta River, with kayaks, paddle boats, and other amenities being available to you whenever you visit. Remember to take some time to visit the nearby restaurants which offer sumptuous food for the famished visitors who’ve had their fill of adventure.
2. Greynolds Park
Greynolds Park has some of the best trails to go for a hike in and enjoy the roads. The rocky steps and the trails allow for hikes as well as some bike riding. There are mangrove trails and wonderful spaces for you to rest as well as to see the beach down below which is a beautiful sight. Take some time out to go through the various activities that this park has to offer and follow it up with a slow stroll down the beach and perhaps a swim.
3. Venetian Pool
Imagine a pool surrounded by tropical forests and guarded by coral reefs. A part of the residential area of Coral Gables, space allows for some wonderful time spent swimming and doing activities all around the place. There are over 800000 gallons of spring water in this pool and it’s one of the best places to be at to enjoy yourselves. Check out the waterfalls and the palm trees, and walk around the pool to see the structures that make the pool a work of art in itself. There are small bridges to take a stroll in and parks which you could visit with your friends. Follow up the pool environment with experience in diving, where you can explore the grottos that lie beneath the Venetian pool and distinguish it so.
4. Rickenbacker Causeway
Not only is Key Biscayne home to some of the most interesting places you’d visit while, in Miami, even getting there can be fun. The Rickenbacker Causeway allows you to saunter over water on a bridge and have fun as you reach towards the wonderful lighthouses and tropical enjoyments right across. The water allows you some of the best sights in the valley and you can take the time out to enjoy the entire environment. Alternatively, take the bus across the bridge and visit the centuries-old lighthouse and everything else that makes Key Biscayne it's home. Don’t forget to enjoy the excellent seafood once, you’re there.