The Best of Miami and the Keys
Explore Miami’s Historic District, taste the cuisine of Little Havana, view beautifully vibrant reefs and visit the estate of Hemingway as you discover the wonders of South Florida.
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Program No. 20900RJ
13 days
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At a Glance

Experience the sophisticated charm of Miami, marvel at the natural wonders of Key Largo and look behind the colorful facade of Key West to discover the source of its enduring allure. From Art Deco architecture to vibrant Little Havana, glass-bottom boats to the winter getaways of prominent Americans, enjoy a memorable experience in one of the most fascinating regions under the Florida sun.
Activity Level
Varies by date
Varies by date. Groups will have the same fieldtrips and excursions but the pace of the program will vary. The ACTIVE groups will walk up to two miles while the MODERATE groups will walk up to one mile per day. Walking on uneven terrain and city streets. Standing at cultural sites and stair climbing.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Explore Miami Beach’s Art Deco Historic District on a walk with a preservationist, who provides an insider’s view into the city's efforts to preserve the famous architecture of years past.
  • View the shallow reefs teeming with wildlife on a glass bottom boat at John Pennekamp State Park.
  • Pay a visit to the Key West homes of author Ernest Hemingway and President Harry Truman.
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Bob Wolz
Bob Wolz graduated from Youngstown State University with a degree in history and a minor in business. In 1999, he became the executive director of the Harry S. Truman Little White House State Historic Site. Bob created a not-for-profit corporation that aims to expand educational outreach of the Little White House and complete its restoration. He is an accomplished writer having co-authored or edited several books including, “The Legacy of the Little White House: Presidents in Paradise.” His work has also appeared in the Florida Artland History Magazine and the American Political Science Review.
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