Photographers Special

I cater to special needs for lighting and know all the nooks and crannies in both the city of Miami and the Everglades.  Early morning and late afternoons tours easily accommodated.

Archaeology Special

5 important archaeological sites lasting 5+ hours for the price of a regular city tour.
  • Deering Estate Guided tour to Miami’s best Native American mounds 2-3000 years old
  • Arch Creek Park and Museum
  • Spanish Monastery  1100 years old
  • El Portal Miami’s first archaeological site in 1935
  • Miami Circle (pictured right)
  • Key Biscayne Lighthouse
And don’t forget my Full Day Everglades explores Calusa Shell mounds in the Ten Thousand Islands!

Key West

I do an awesome Key West trip, stopping at cool sites along the way.  I prefer to overnight and come back, as its a rough same dayround trip, but it can be done.   I usually stop at:
  • Crocodile Lake NWR
  • Robbie’s
  • Crane Point
  • Key Deer NWR and the Blue Hole
  • Pigeon Point
  • Key West  (Love the Mel Fisher Museum and the Cat Man)

Birding Special

From the Florida Birding Trail, I know the Tamiami Trail, Chokoloskee, Fakahatchee, the Ten THousand Islands very well. I am familiar with: The Southern Entrance to the Everglades all the way to Flamingo Canaveral National Seashore and Playalinda Stick Marsh and Pelican Island in Indian River County

Shelling Special

During heavy weather and rough surf I offer two famous shelling sites at incredibly low rates:
  • Sanibel and Captiva Islands
  • Treasure Coast Martin County
Predictions for great shelling days become reliable 5-7 days in advance. Slight changes may be required as the date approaches.  The Sanibel Captiva trip is a tiring full day adventure almost worth an overnight stay.  Other islands like Cayo Costa requite an overnight stay.