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Airports in Mexico City
Mexico City International Airport is an international airport serving
Mexico City in Mexico. This public airport is the busiest airport in terms
of annual passenger traffic in Mexico & Latin America. It is owned by
Grupo Aeroportuario de la Ciudad de Mexico & operated by Aeropuertos y
Servicios Auxiliares. The airport serves as a hub for Aeromar, Aeromexico,
Aeromexico Connect, Interjet, Magnicharters, Volaris, AeroUnion, &
LATAM Cargo Mexico and a focus city for Air France Cargo & VivaAerobus.
It offers both passenger & cargo services to countless domestic as well
as international destinations. These include the destinations of Cancun,
Merida, Puerto Vallarta, Tijuana, Guadalajara, Los Angeles, Houston, New
York, Miami, Lima, Madrid, Paris, and more. Various modes of ground
transportation services are available at the airport connecting it with
nearby areas. Taxis, buses, subway, metrobus, shuttles, and Metro are some
Miami Beach caters to the moneyed crowd. At upscale shopping centers like
Lincoln Road Mall and renowned spas (Agua Spa at the Delano is a favorite),
residents and visitors spend boat loads for decadent experiences and
comfortable clothing. Night owls shell out hundreds on drinks at dance
clubs and bars. Sophisticated types observe the art deco architecture and
stop by the Bass Museum of Art in the afternoons. Relaxing on the sand is
truly the best free activity. Most cost-conscious visitors spend their days
lounging on the beach or swimming, surfing and kayaking in the Atlantic
Ocean. Also, don’t forget to stop by the very moving Holocaust Memorial.
Miami is one of South Florida’s premier vacation destinations, with
beaches, great weather, history, culture, sports, and entertainment.
Downtown Miami, separated from the Atlantic Ocean by the Biscayne Bay and
Miami Beach, is a modern metropolis and cultural treasure trove. From the
museums to the streets of Little Havana, you can always find plenty of
things to do. Across the bay, Miami Beach, with it is Art Deco District,
fantastic stretch of beachfront, and fun vibe, is a must-see in the area.
Outside the city, but nearby, is Everglades National Park, known for its
unique ecosystem and wildlife.
Things to Do in Miami
Jungle Island is a bird sanctuary, wildlife habitat, and botanical garden.
Parrots and other exotic birds fly about in tropical forest settings, some
of which take part in daily shows. Larger animals, including tigers,
baboons, alligators, tortoises, monkeys, and orangutans are also a big part
of the attraction. The gardens contain around 2,000 varieties of exotic
plants, including heliconia, bananas, orchids, and bromeliads.
Zoo Miami houses more than 3,000 wild animals, including 40 endangered
species. Unlike many traditional zoos, animals here are grouped with other
species they would normally co-exist with peacefully in the wild and kept
in settings like their natural habitats. This is the only zoo in the
continental United States located in a subtropical climate. More than 1,000
species of trees and plants can also be found on the grounds, including a
large collection of orchids. Children will find plenty of entertainment
options. If they are bored with the animals, they can head over to the play
areas and enjoy some splashing around at the water-themed play area.
Everglades National Park
Everglades National Park, just a short drive from Miami, protects one of
Florida’s most unique natural features. These swamplands, covering about
1.5 million acres, are home to alligators, crocodiles, snakes, and all
kinds of birds. This whole area is essentially a shallow river flowing out
to the ocean. Within the park is an informative Visitors Center, as well as
walking trails and boardwalks for wildlife viewing. One of the most
enjoyable ways for tourists to experience the Everglades is on an airboat
tour. These high- speed boat trips take visitors out into the marshes and
streams to see alligators and other wildlife. There are several operators
in the area, but outside the park, that offer tours of the Everglades. A
convenient and fun way to see the park is on a Miami Everglades Airboat
Adventure with Transport. This half-day tour provides transport from your
hotel to the park, includes a 30-minute airboat ride, a live alligator
shows at the Everglades Alligator Farm, and transport back to your hotel.
One of the most popular walking trails in the park is the Anhinga Trail,
which leaves from the Royal Palm Visitor Center. This trail is less than a
mile long but leads through terrain where visitors are likely to see
alligators and other animals. This trail is wheelchair accessible and
Best Time to Fly to Miami
The best time to visit Miami Beach is between March and May when the sun
shines with temperatures in the high 70s and low 80s during the day. Apart
from the gorgeous weather, a spring visit allows you to sidestep the peak
winter rates. This part of Florida enjoys a subtropical climate, meaning it
is usually warm year-round and a bit rainy.