What to do in Miami? Blogs and Articles
Great question! take a look below through some of our blog articles to get ideas on what to see and do while you’re here, or see the latest in our world of helicopters!
Some of our favorite nearby restaurants include: Sergios Restaurant, The Hammocks Grill (For the Best Chicken Wings Ever), and Love Life Cafe (for the non-chicken wing eaters – this is a fantastic Vegan Restaurant!
There is no shortage of things to do here in Miami, but we think these are the top 5 for any visitor, and even some for the locals!
Whether you are a full-time or part-time vegan or just looking for feel good nutrient loaded food, this list is dedicated to you for good eats in Miami!
First time flying in a helicopter and want to know what to expect? Well, it is Amazing! Riding a helicopter is an experience like no other. We fly at 500 feet above the ground, offering up a unique perspective of the beautiful Miami architechture and famous Miami...
Check this out! Our good friends in Chicago operate a Pristine fleet of helicopters, one of which was actually used in the Vietnam War! Follow this link here to read all about it! Learn more at helichicago.com
Miami is a unique land of Cuban influence with no shortage of family friendly activities. There is date night fun, and endless outdoor adventures to be had as well. From the streets of Brickell, nightlife on South Beach, or the crystal clear blue waters, there is endless fun waiting for you! Whatever you decide to do while you’re here, we hope you enjoy it. We hope to see you come by for a tour of a lifetime on one of our helicopter rides!
Cool Facts about visitors to Miami
In 2018, The City of Miami and Beaches reported over 16.5 Million overnight visitors – who stayed one or more nights in a Miami hotel. This was accompanied by over 6.8 Million day trippers to the area from other Florida Cities! A record setting 15.6 Million hotel room nights were also sold! International visitors comprised 35% of the overnight market, with 5.8 million visitors, and contributed about 54% of the total visitor expenditure because of longer stays in the destination.