Here at Finally Fast, we love to share out travels with you. For anyway looking to travel to Miami, here are some stand out places.
Although people often think of Miami Beach as a travel destination for adults, there are many things for families to checkout while on vacation. Here are few places to check out when you’re vacationing with your family when you’re in Miami Beach.
Monkey Jungle: A monkey swimming pool, Monkey Jungle is Located just off U.S. 1 in South Dade. Monkey Jungle is an innovator of many of the concepts currently seen in the design of zoological parks. It is home to nearly400 primates, most running free on a 30-acre reserve. It is one of the few protected habitats for endangered primates in the United States and the only one that the general public can explore.
Royal Palm Hotel: The Royal Palm Hotel actually allows children under eighteen to stay free of charge. The Royal Palm also provides cribs and rollaway beds, a playground, kid-friendly activities, and two outdoor swimming pools.
Parrot Jungle Island: Parrot Jungle Island has a vast array of animals from around the world, including kangaroos, parrots, tigers, penguins, owls, and flamingos. They also offer two popular shows: Winged Wonder” and “Tale of the Tiger.”
Sheraton Miami Beach: the Sheraton Miami Beach lets children under seventeen stay for free. The Sheraton also features childcare, babysitting, in-room films, oversized family rooms, and an outdoor swimming pool.
Dolphin Harbor Miami Seaquarium: On a thirty-eight acre tropical paradise with spectacular skyline views lays a place where dolphins walk on water and killer whales fly through the air. The Dolphin Harbor Miami Seaquarium introduces children to dolphins in classroom sessions before entering the water. The Seaquarium’s program is aimed at children from five to nine years old.
Loews Miami Beach Hotel: The Loews Miami Beach Hotel often runs a family fun package with special discounts on amusement parks in the surrounding area. The Loews also has a game room, children’s movies, video games, Internet access, and a swimming pool.
Miami Metrozoo: Owned and operated by the Miami-Dade County Park and Recreation Department, the Miami Metrozoo features over 100 exhibits and over forty endangered species.
Pizza Rustica: An easy choice for picky kids, Pizza Rustica is famous for accommodating large group with children at affordable prices.
Coral Gables’ Venetian Pool: Designed in 1922, the Coral Gables’ Venetian Pool is a world-famous pool on the National Registry of Historic Places with scenic rock cliffs, caves, and lagoons full of fresh spring water from underground artesian wells. The Venetian Pool also features scores of tropical plants and exotic birds. The pool is available to children three years and older.
Palms South Beach Hotel: The Palms South Beach Hotel lets children under twelve stay for free, and features babysitting, internet access, a heated pool, and oversized rooms with walk-in closets.