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Miami Sightseeing for Less

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Attraction Packages

Miami and South Florida have lots of exciting attractions and activities to offer visitors and locals alike, and the Go Miami Card is hands down the most economical way to do your Miami sightseeing for less.

Multi-day and all inclusive passes from more than 35 different attractions are some of the ways to get the most bang for your buck during your Miami vacation. You will be saving 20% to 55% off admission fees and tour package rates. Below you will find some suggestions on how to best use the GO Miami Card  by Smart Destinations.

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All Inclusive Pass

Use the all inclusive Go Miami Card,  for 1, 2, 3 or 5 days over a two-week period and save 55% off regular prices. Includes free admission to 34 popular attractions and offers discounted child (3-12 years) rate passes. Passes start at $52.00 for children and $65.00 for adults. The Go Miami Card can be obtained instantly on your mobile phone, sent to you via snail mail or picked up locally after purchase and activates when used for the first time.

Since the pass includes activities as far south as the Florida Keys and also North to Kennedy Space Center and the Orlando area, it is useful to plan accordingly and schedule your sightseeing in a way where you can easily hit several spots in one day. Some of the most popular choices on the All Inclusive Pass include Jungle Island and the Miami Seaquarium, assorted Everglade Tours and Air-boat rides, a Key West day trip, a Lion Safari and the local Hop-on-Hop-Off sightseeing buses. It also offers more eclectic stuff such as an Art Deco District walking tour, bicycle rentals and itineraries and assorted water activities such as snorkeling and glass bottom boat excursions as well as free admission to local museums. Click here to get your Miami Go Card or to find our more info.



 Explorer Passes

Value Sightseeing Packages

The Miami Explorer Passes are great if you prefer to take your time and want access to the most popular attractions at savings of 40%. You get to choose a set amount of attractions -3, 4 or 5 to visit over a 30 day period with about 30 different options ranging  from the Zoo MiamiVizcaya Museum and Jungle Island in Miami to Fort Lauderdale area attractions such as a Glass Bottom Boat Tour, the Lion Country Safari, Paddle Boat rentals and more.

If the Florida Keys are on your radar then this is the pass for you, with 8 different fun activities to choose from Key Largo down to Key West including, kayaking, bicycle rentals and snorkeling trips as well as a visit to the Ripleys Believe It or Not Odditorium in Key West. Rates for the Explorer passes start at $85/adult and $65/child. Click here to find out more and to book your pass.

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Beyond Miami

Many tourists and residents from South Florida also spend time visiting attractions in Orlando and other Central Florida cities such as Tampa and Daytona Beach. Why not check out the Go Card Specials available in that part of the state? You will be able to pick from popular attractions such as Busch Gardens and Sea World, The Dali Museum or Florida Aquarium and their Tampa Bay wild dolphin cruise or many other fun options. Click here for more info on the Orlando and Central Florida Go Card Options.

The GO Card by Smart Destinations is offered in several cities around the United States, such as New York and San Francisco, and always saves you money on local attractions and tours. Click here to check out all destinations where the Go Card is offered. The passes are fully refundable if not activated within one year of purchase and are made available via mobile download, email or snail mail or can be picked up locally at various locations after booking. Rates are subject to change. Check the Go Card pages to confirm exact rates and applicable discounts and for the most up to date information.

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