Latin flair, sun-kissed white sandy beaches, light blue water lapping ashore, Cuban flavours, Art Deco buildings bathed in pink, blue, orange, colours, Hispanic culture, the amazing Everglades.

Welcome to Miami.

So let’s see what this city of international sophistication, natural tropical beauty and authentic cultural diversity, has to offer.

South Beach

South Beach is iconic.

A trio – sandy white beaches, swaying palms, the world’s largest number of Art Deco buildings in one area.

On Ocean Drive – it’s main Street – one after another, historic, pastel-coloured Art Deco hotels, celebrity-chef restaurants, internationally designer shops, dot this iconic destination.

During the day people are living the good life on the beach, across from Art Deco central.

At night it’s La Dolce Vita – funky music. good life is in the hotels, restaurants and shops.

Little Havana

In the late 1950s this stretch was a Jewish neighborhood.

But in the 1960s, exiled Cubans flocked to the area, opening businesses, a decade it became Little Havana.

Today it’s one of Miami’s most culturally, rich, iconic and defining neighbourhoods.

The Everglades

Home to endangered, rare and exotic wildlife.

The Everglades – 1.5 million acres of saw grass marshes, mangrove forests, and pine flat woods – dominated by wetlands, a mere 60 minutes away from Miami.

Among the Everglades’ abundant wildlife are the endangered leatherback turtle, Florida panther and West Indian manatee.

The park offers lots of tours allowing you to see it in all its splendour and variation.