Explore a new world, or just leave your old one behind, when you stay at The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach, one of the landmark Miami hotels located on the beach and Collins Avenue. The hotel’s oceanfront location is also just steps from exciting Lincoln Road luxurious South of Fifth neighborhood, and the world-renowned sights, historical attractions, museums, incomparable beaches, cultural wonders and South Beach restaurants that make this thriving, multicultural city so electric.
Originally constructed in Segovia, Spain, this monastery was purchased in the early 20th century by William Randolph Hearst and transported in pieces to the United States. In the 1950s, it was reassembled on its current location, and has welcomed visitors ever since.
Home to Major League baseball's Florida Marlins, NFL's Miami Dolphins and a variety of concerts and community events.
Distance: 18.13 miles/25 minutes
Everglades National Park
The third largest national park in the Continental United States encompassing 1.5 million acres of rare and beautiful ecosystems, the park contains a visitor center, nature trails, full-service marina, boat-launching ramps, boat rentals and camping facilities.
Next to the picturesque cruise ships, Parrot Jungle Island features remarkable parrot shows, a Serpentarium and Jungle Theater, an Everglades Habitat and open interactive aviaries all nestled on a lush tropical island. Jungle Island is an interactive zoological park in Watson Island. It is located just east of Downtown Miami. The theme park's landmark are its sails covering the Jungle Theater, an arena where visitors encounter wildlife from all over the world. Come face to face with a 900-pound liger, a cross between a lion and a tiger. The park is also home to a trained bird show at the Parrot Bowl, and an exhibition of reptiles, penguins, flamingos and other animals at the Serpentarium. The park's "Everglades Habitat" recreates the ecosystem of the Florida Everglades, featuring much of the natural flora and fauna found in the natural environment.
Premier golf destination located in the heart of historic Miami Beach, with 128 acres of lush fairways and perfectly manicured greens; masterfully designed by Arthur Hills/Steve Forrest & Associates in 2002; 18-hole, Par 72, 6,800 yards from the back tees with Paspalum turf.
Enjoy 38 acres of entertainment, great shows and exhibits. The aquarium is the home of Lolita, the Killer Whale and TV superstar, Flipper. Marvel at the sea lions, dolphin performances, Nile crocodiles and indigenous fish.
Monkey Jungle is considered an innovator of many of the concepts currently seen in the design of zoological parks. It is home to nearly 400 primates, most running free on a 30 acre reserve and is one of the few protected habitats for endangered primates in the United States and the only one that the general public can explore. A total of 30 species of primates are represented at Monkey Jungle including gibbons, guenons, spider monkeys and colobus.
Located in the Art Deco District and adjacent to the Miami Beach Convention Center; the theater is the showcase for an array of performers and production companies, including the Miami City Ballet, the Miami Beach Broadway Series and contemporary entertainers.
The 2022 Miami Open will return to excite visitors of South Florida, once again. Located at Hard Rock Stadium, you can enjoy two weeks of matches from some of the world’s best tennis players. Matches will begin Monday, March 21, and end Sunday, April 3.
Miami’s electronic music festival, ULTRA returns March 2022. Revel in sounds that excite with entertainment from some of the most iconic DJ’s. The festival will take place at Bayfront Park in Downtown Miami, Friday, March 25, Saturday, March 26 and Sunday, March 27.