Miami Ferry Port
Found on the west coast of the USA, Miami is one of the most widely visited cities in North America. The only ferry route of Miami Port is to the Bimini Islands, with a two hour long crossing running once per day.
What is there to do in Miami?
The vibrancy and liveliness synonymous with Miami is what makes it such a popular holiday destination. Every large city lays claim to ‘having something for everyone’ but Miami really justifies that statement: for partygoers, the nightlife on South Beach is famous across the country, offering all night parties next to idyllic surroundings. For a more relaxing time spent on the white sands of the shoreline, Miami Beach is the perfect place to while away a few hours.
Away from the beaches, Miami is famed for its diversity and culture; a vast range of people from all backgrounds inhabit the city, with a Hispanic population becoming particularly prominent, especially in the region known as Little Havana. Visitors from all cultures are welcome to explore the unique buildings and sample the delicious coffee that has become Little Havana's trademark.
For a more family orientated day out, the Jungle Island Tropical Attraction or the Seaquarium are commonly visited spots for those with children, and to add an educational touch to the trip, the Children’s Museum is also well worth a visit.
The best way to reach Miami Port is probably by car or taxi, though there are some public transport links around the city. By car, just put the address into the GPS and take signs to the cruise terminals, and by train, there are links from the airport and from Freedom Tower Metromover Station from Monday to Saturday.