Miami Native Tours | Private Tour Guide | Miami, Miami Beach, & the Everglades

Miami Native

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I am a Miami Native that fell of the corporate ladder 13 years ago, working as a guide since, with my own company for 9 years now. I combine Miami’s most scenic with its most historic sites.

My goal is to make your day with me the best day of your Miami visit. I adjust my tour to what you want to see. I have a large variety of stops to choose from.

I list my recommended times for each neighborhood on my city tour. Adjust how you like!

* I own my own vehicle. 13 pax Ford Transit van
*. I know how to avoid traffic, a clean driving record, insured and show up on time
*. Read my Trip Advisor and Google reviews to see what other guests liked.

I speak English, Spanish and Portuguese. If hearing Spanish in Miami bothers you, I offer a golf day special in Doral. Call 1-800-NO-JODAS for more information.

Languages I Speak

If hearing another language like Spanish in Miami bothers you, call for my all day golf special in Doral! 1-800-No-Jodas

I speak English, Portuguese, & Spanish. I know almost every Spanish and Portuguese speaking country, including 20 Brazilian states, 18 Mexican, 45 U.S. states. If hearing another language like Spanish in Miami bothers you, call for my all day golf special in Doral! 1-800-No-Jodas

I cover all Miami Beach up to Bal Harbour, most Miami hotels including the airport hotels, along with Coral Gables and Coconut Grove. Guests coming from farther away I always find somewhere to meet.
Manatees are guaranteed November thru March, maybe April. I have a dozen spots to see them along my city tour route, some up close and others from bridges looking down, great for filming.
The Half Day is an airboat plus a few gator and bird spots in Big Cypress, The All Day continues farther to the Ten Thousand Islands for a boat ride, usually the highlight of the day, plus more bird and manatee spots in Fakahatchee state park. The Half Day I recommend only for guests with limited time or when there is a small craft advisory. The Everglades website page has more details on the difference.
Bugs? Sunscreen? I have both. Food? Lunch is STONE CRABS in the Stone Crab capital of the world, Everglades City. Burgers, shrimp, oysters, alligator and a wide variety of freshly caught fish also served.

My city tour page has a dozen spots listed as alternatives to Wynwood and Calle 8.  Here’s a short list:

South Pointe Park

Biltmore Hotel

The De la Cruz art collection.

Key Biscayne Lighthouse

Kampong Gardens

Fairchild Tropical Gardens

Barnacle State Park

Design District

Hampton House