Things You Can Only Do In Miami

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During the summer, we flourish in South Florida.

Yes, it might feel like you’re living in a steam room all day, and the afternoon downpours can ruin your plans, but the sun always shines again after the rain, gently cooling things down for the evening.

The snowbirds have departed.


Because we have ubiquitous air conditioning, staying cool isn’t too difficult if you arrange a few indoor activities.

If you don’t mind the weather and want to soak in the sweltering heat of a Miami summer, there are plenty of outdoor activities to choose from.

As we downloaded Miami Vice from The Pirate Bay last night, we got obsessed with this tourist destination. So, let’s find out the best things you can do in Miami right here:

1: Celebrate PRIDE At Wynwood

Even though Miami Beach celebrates Pride in April, Wynwood joins the rest of the country in June.

The Wynwood Pride Music Festival, which will take place in the RC Cola Plant Factory from June 10 to 12, will help Equality Florida fight against the Don’t Say Gay Law.

There will be a series of drag shows and concerts, as well as spectacular art installations, brunches, and local food sellers around the area. Get a VIP ticket and enjoy an open bar all day.

2: Get Free Mangoes

If you were born and raised in Miami, there’s a good chance you’ve never had to pay for a mango.

Everyone knows someone who has a mango tree and is eager to share when the fruit begins to fall like flies. With over 500, if not more, mango types throughout the world, it’s only natural that Miami has hosted a mango festival every year for the past 30 years.

On July 9 and 10, participants may enjoy mango tastings, seminars, cocktail workshops, food vendors serving mango-inspired dishes, live music, and more at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Gardens.

3: Attend Florida SuperCon

This three-day event will take place at the Miami Beach Convention Center from July 8 to 10.

You’ll find everything related to comic books, anime, video games, pop culture, and science fiction here.

Don’t be afraid to dress up as there will be several cosplay contests, as well as celebrity guest appearances, Q&A panels, comic creators, workshops, vendors, and sneak peeks at upcoming video game releases.

4: Enjoy The Supreme Art

While our world-renowned museums are unquestionably important cultural institutions, our city truly shines when presenting art in unconventional ways.

Superblue, a series of immersive works by Es Devlin and James Turrell in which you may touch the walls to modify how the art is exhibited, is a spectacular example.

In addition, the Museum of Graffiti recently relocated to Wynwood, where visitors can learn about the history of graffiti.

5: Go For A Dive At Biscayne National Park

While Everglades National Park receives the most attention, trekking through the Everglades at any time of year sounds like a mosquito banquet.

However, the little-known truth is that Dade County is the only county in the United States possessing two national parks.

Biscayne National Park is largely underwater and best explored by snorkeling or kayaking amid its mangrove islands and fascinating shipwrecks. Scuba trips are now available in the park, allowing visitors to get up and personal with the coral reefs, sharks, and tropical fish.

6: Kayak Through the Oleta River

Oleta River State Park offers one of the more bizarre natural experiences in South Florida: kayaking among old mangroves and escaping into a Florida of yesteryear.

It’s a lovely paddle through our vanishing wilderness, taking you to deserted bay islands and beaches only accessible by boat. If you don’t want to go to the lake, there are miles of mountain bike paths to explore.

Of course, since this is South Florida, the name “mountain” is a bit of a misnomer. However, it’s the best you can get without using the Turnpike.

7: Party Hard In Miami Swim Week

Miami Swim Week, South Florida’s equivalent of Fashion Week replaces haute couture with bikinis, and it will be the party of your lifetime.

Many events are industry-specific, but there are still plenty of shows available to the public, ranging from current trends to sustainable fashion with well-known models and up-and-coming personalities.

For the most up-to-date information, follow them on Instagram.


There you go.

We have enlisted some of the coolest things one can do on a holiday here, and you have to come to Miami to enjoy these activities.

So, if you want to plan your tour here and need more help from us, ping us in the comment box below. We can get back to you with an answer in no time.