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With your Biscayne Bay Miami tours and tickets and discover the charms of South Florida at pocket-friendly rates! A short drive from the famous South Beach, Key Biscayne is one of the country’s most storied retreats. Biscayne Bay, specifically Miami, is a premier travel destination packed with pristine beaches, a vibrant nightlife, breathtaking scenery, watersports of all kinds, historical sites, shopping and much more. The Biscayne Bay area offers some of the finest restaurants and is the ultimate vacation experience for every traveler, whether on business, a relaxing holiday or looking to enjoy some high-octane water adventures. Visit Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park, enjoy a spot of golf at the Crandon Golf Course, take a boat to Stiltsville, relax on the scenic beaches of Crandon Park and more! Book your Biscayne Bay Miami tickets and tours on isango! and grab the best deals and offers!
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Our tips for Biscayne Bay

When visiting Biscayne National Park, charter or rent a boat as 95% of the park is underwater. Drop by the visitor center to find a guided boat tour, a museum, and more. The park is close to Miami, where boat rentals are widely available. When in Miami, a visit to Stiltsville, a very offbeat oceanic attraction near Biscayne, is a unique experience and a highly recommended one. Shop around: If you’re in need of some retail therapy, you’ve come to the right place. Head downtown (between Biscayne Boulevard and Miami Avenue) for bargain buys, or go to top Miami attraction South Beach if you have a little more to spend.

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Best time to visit
Promising the best weather, the months from January through to April are the peak tourist times in the Biscayne Bay area. For a quieter experience, head to the city during the low season of June through to September. While the weather is warmer and slightly more temperamental, there are some great deals and bargains to be had around this time.
Getting there
Biscayne National Park is a 60 to 90-minute drive from Downtown Miami. You can reach the Dante Fascell Visitor Center from Florida’s Turnpike (take Exit 6/Speedway Blvd. and go left on Southwest 328th Street) or take US 1 to the visitor center. On weekends during winter and early spring, you can also hop on a free trolley that takes you to the visitor center.
Money saving tips
The cardinal rules of saving money on travel is by booking tours and tickets well in advance to avoid the last-minute surge in prices. Travel during the low season to avail lower air fares and hotel rates. Research online for discount coupons and vouchers to save money on sightseeing and eating out. And last but not the least, book attraction passes and public transport passes to save money on admission fees and transportation.
Did you know?
Renowned for its biodiversity, Biscayne National Park is made up of four ecosystems: coastal mangrove hammocks, Biscayne Bay's shallow lagoon waters, coral limestone keys and the third-largest offshore reef in the world. The first bridge across Biscayne Bay was the 2.5-mile (4.0 km) wooden Collins Bridge built in 1912 by John S. Collins and his son-in-law, who formed the Miami Beach Improvement Corporation. Biscayne Bay was featured in the music video for The Lonely Island's I'm on a Boat.

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