From having perfect weather the entire year and miles of sandy beaches, the reasons for visiting Miami are endless. In the lovely sandy beaches, visitors enjoy sipping their wine or mojitos to make the stay unforgettable. But there is more to Miami than relaxing on the lovely sandy beaches.

A trip to the Everglades will provide you with a perfect opportunity to meet or even feed the great American alligator. It will be a moment to remember for the rest of your life. Here are more places that you should visit when traveling to Miami.

The Everglades Safari Park

Whether using an airboat or a buggy, you can whip through the Everglades to get the best shot of the alligators in their natural environment. Make sure to wade from a safe distance. You can experience the fierce alligator fights as they try to control various territories or even pet the babies. The park is also full of other wildlife, and it will be an invaluable place to visit.

The Zoo Miami and Jungle Island

The design of the Zoo Miami and Jungle Island was meant to give Miami residents and visitors a taste of the wilderness. The management ensures there are as many animals from the entire world for people to see and learn. While the Tiger is Native to the mountains and jungles around the Himalayas, you do not need to book a flight; simply visit the Miami’s Jungle Island. Other animals you can experience in the Jungle Island include the Lemurs, howler monkeys, macaws, zebras, and giraffes.

The Fairchild Tropical Botanical gardens

For nature lovers, the Fairchild Tropical Botanical Garden is a must visit to experience over 16,000 sq ft Conservatory shelters and rare specimens. The gardens are located on an 83 acres piece of land and have lots of cycads, palms, and all the vegetation you can expect to get in nature. In its beautiful butterfly garden and the rainforest, you can get unique inspiration in a special Miami paradise. It is a great idea to always check into the gardens severally before completing your holiday in Miami.

Visit the little Havana

This is one of the little Miami’s neighborhoods full of a cultural wallop. The neighborhood has overtones from Cuba because it was formed in the years following the Castro revolution. Today, Little Havana is home to more than 2 million residents. The main attractions are its ability to bring the Cuban culture right in the heart of Miami. You can enjoy the authentic foods, fragrant coffee, hand-rolled cigar, and get the best of Latino culture.

If you want to learn more about Cuba, you can pop into the Cuban Museum and gallery that stocks loads of artifacts and documents about the history and development of the Caribbean country. Mingling with people from Caribbean countries including Mexico, Nicaragua, and Jamaica will make you shed the tag of a guest for some moment to enjoy their hospitality.

Robert Is Here

This is a unique homestead started in 1959 by Robert Moehling who used to sell fruits. Since then, the street has grown and become a jewel in Miami. Every visitor who comes to Miami always pops into Robert Is Here to get every type of fruit. Whether you prefer the tropical papayas, mangoes, or pineapples, you are sure of feeling at home away from home. If staying in a neighboring hotel, spice up the delicacies with lime, guava, dragon fruit or passion fruits among others from the Robert Is Here.