Explore the magical city of Miami from our state-of-the-art sightseeing bus that offers 360° panoramic views and a retractable glass panel for optimal views!
Book a Custom Tour or Plan an Event with Us
Open Miami Tours offers group packages to help tourists discover the Magic City of Miami as a group!
The only glass-top convertible in town, our Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Convertible allows you to explore the city, whatever the weather conditions are. This modern bus is the perfect way to discover Miami in a magical and unique sightseeing fashion.
Our tour options for groups, tour operators, hotels, and cruise lines are quite extensive. We put ourselves at your disposal, and we pick you up, but you choose your tour stops and your tour itinerary. Let us know if you’re interested in this option and we can custom build a private tour package for tour groups.
Reserve your private luxury bus for your next business event or simply for life’s greatest moments.
Open Miami offers its Cabriolet bus for all kinds of events: weddings, trade shows, fashion, advertising, photo or video shoots, commercials, TV production. We offer a rental rate by the hour, half day, full day, or more depending on your needs. We are also ready to organize your transfers, so you can transfer your customers in a truly unique vehicle while ensuring comfort and premium service.
Contact Open Miami Bus Tours to learn more about booking a private group tour or event with us in South Florida, or request a quote below.
Where to Visit with a Private Tour?
Open Miami Tours can cater private tours to places like Keywest. Let’s take the world famous US1 as we travel to Key West sightseeing the Keys. Enjoy a relaxed atmosphere, immersed in a world of street singers, artists, outdoor cafes, terraces in Key West… Duval Street is the meeting point for all of Florida’s happy few, especially on the weekends. The Open Miami Bus is the perfect way to discover US1 Highway and its world famous bridges.
Key West is the furthest frontier, edgier and more eccentric than the other Keys; and also far more captivating. At its heart, the 7-sq-mile Island feels like a beautiful tropical oasis, where the moonflowers bloom at night and the classical Caribbean homes are so sad and romantic, it’s hard not to sigh at them. Perfect to go in a group, sightseeing and exploring with friends and family!
Key West Chickens
Yes, that’s a rooster you hear crowing at dawn and that’s a hen with her chicks crossing Duval Street as we cruise by, roof open, hearing and seeing everything. Key West has a healthy population of chickens that roam free on the island. It’s been this way for decades. Some people find them a nuisance, others charming. Either way, they’re not going anywhere.
Closer to Cuba
As it’s famously stated on the Southernmost Buoy at the end of Simonton Street, Key West is 90 miles to Cuba. But to get to Key West from Miami, it’s a 150-mile drive down the Overseas Highway. Contact us to allow you and your group to sight-see and explore the Keys with our modern and unique tour bus experience.
One of the largest ecosystems in the world, famous for its crocodiles and alligators but also for its incredible wildlife! Open Miami offers you a unique and spectacular visit aboard our panoramic bus tour, unique tours in Florida!
The Florida Everglades is extraordinary and it’s easy to see why people come from all over the world to take a journey through the wetlands.
With unique vegetation and exciting wildlife, the Everglades is amazing to tour and see in person. But with as much attention as the ecosystem has been getting lately, there’s still much to learn about its contribution to South Florida and beyond. Here are five interesting facts about the Everglades that may surprise you.
It’s a River
Believe it or not, the Everglades is actually a river that’s constantly moving. Water trickles from north to south from Lake Okeechobee, forming a slow moving river that’s sixty miles wide and a hundred miles long. But the “River of Grass” is much smaller than it was in years past – as much as fifty percent of the wetland habitat has been destroyed by construction and related drainage projects.
Alligators & Crocodiles
Both crocodiles and gators live in the Everglades. Crocs are mostly found in small numbers in coastal areas of the ‘glades, while alligators are prefer to stay inland, near freshwater. Nevertheless, the Everglades ecosystem provides a natural habitat for both, and it’s the only place in the world where these reptiles co-exist in the wild.