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Miami Duck Tours
1665 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
FL
33139
Tel: 786-276-8300

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Now departing from the heart of South Beach, our amphibious vehicles provide a once in a lifetime journey of the famous Miami landmarks before a dramatic "Splashdown" into beautiful Biscayne Bay for a close up look at the many homes of the "Rich & Famous" on Star Island. Soon after your journey on a Miami Duck Tour begins, you will quickly realize that you are engaged in an interactive performance that far exceeds your standard tour expectations!
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    Scheduled a 3pm tour on 17 Aug 2014 at the Ft. Lauderdale location. When we arrived we were told we had not spoken to anyone in her office and they did not have any tours going out today... Although I redialed the same number I made the reservation from!

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    Excellent. The staff is awesome and the excursion is really fun. A must do in Miami

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    It was informative, nice brief synapse of south beach and good insight on how Miami Beach was put together

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    NOBODY talks about where to park your car. Well, allow me to share with you that there is ONE parking lot close by and it costs $30. You might want to consider to do the valet parking on Collins/Espanola Street which is a couple of blocks down and it's $20. So, your choice. The tour director warns you that he "might" be making up names when going close by to the homes of the artists, so you really don't know if he is saying the truth or not. The tour was okay. I guess I was so upset with the $30 parking fee that it made me not enjoy the tour...Read More

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by Joan Rodriguez

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NOBODY talks about where to park your car. Well, allow me to share with you that there is ONE parking lot close by and it costs $30. You might want to consider to do the valet parking on Collins/Espanola Street which is a couple of blocks down and it's $20. So, your choice. The tour director warns you that he "might" be making up names when going close by to the homes of the artists, so you really don't know if he is saying the truth or not. The tour was okay. I guess I was so upset with the $30 parking fee that it made me not enjoy the tour as much. Also, I thought we would be closer to the homes when travelling in the water, but honestly, we were quite at a distant. The problem with Miami, is that there is no parking anywhere. If you are visiting Miami and don't have to worry about parking your car, then you are okay.

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