Royal Palm Tours of Miamicombines our unique natural environment, stunning cityscapes
and fascinating local history to give our clients a
distinctive South Florida experience.
PUBLIC TOUR SCHEDULE
We conduct an exceptional series of tours highlighting our local ecological treasures. Led by the experienced naturalist, Mr. Frank Schena, each excursion gives a different insight into local ecosystems, human impacts, and ongoing restoration efforts happening around Southern Florida. Join us for an exciting adventure! Most tours are around two hours in length. Please be at the posted meeting location a few minutes ahead of time.
Advance registrations are suggested.
Have a few friends in town? All the following public tours and many other adventures can be arranged for a private group, large or small. Please contact us here or call (786) 346-3356 to find out more.
WE LOOK FORWARD TO SERVING YOU!
FREE BIKE TOUR:
WARTIME COCONUT GROVE
SATURDAY. MAY 23rd / 9:30am to 12 noon
PLEASE REGISTER BELOW
As we ride the peaceful, verdant lanes of the village, hear captivating narratives on the roles The Grove and its residents played during many of our nation's conflicts. The bloody, unpopular Seminole Wars of the region in the mid-1800s, Dinner Key's renowned Flying Aces of The Great War (WW1), even the massive counterculture protests at Peacock Park during the Vietnam Conflict- all affected the little bayside enclave in their own particular way. Though it all, we'll discover how these difficult times molded the true spirit, independence, and quirky character the district is famous for.
MEET IN FRONT OF CITY HALL
3500 PAN-AMERICAN DRIVE COCONUT GROVE
Stroll pristine coastal dunes and winding paths, absorbing the dynamic local history and diverse architectural styles that characterize this region. See birds, butterflies, and interesting flora of the shoreline. Along the way hear testimonials about the unique human challenges early settlers faced on this once-lonely stretch of coast. See remarkable vintage photos of the area when it was virtually uninhabited up through the wild, rousing times of early and mid-century South Beach. As we arrive at Lummus Park, enjoy gorgeous panoramic views of the famous Art Deco Strip along Ocean Drive.
MEET AT THE ENTRANCE TO THE BEACHWALK
ADJACENT TO THE W HOTEL
2201 COLLINS AVENUE
BE SURE TO BRING SUNBLOCK, WATER, AND A BIKE
ADVANCED REGISTRATIONS REQUIRED
Register by clicking icon below.
CORAL GABLES BIKE TOUR
GEORGE MERRICK AND THE CITY BEAUTIFUL
SATURDAY, May 30th/ 10-12:30 PM
$20 PER PERSON, PLEASE REGISTER BELOW
Coral Gables, the "City Beautiful", "Your Castle in Spain", or "Florida's Master Suburb"... Whatever people chose to call it, this community is a true masterpiece, constructed in the crazy land boom days of the 20s, with uncharacteristic charm and perfection. Come ride the shady streets of the Gables, witnessing the dream of George Merrick, mother Althea, uncle Denman Fink, and a host of other artistic individuals. See where it all started at "Guavonia", better known as the charming 'Merrick House'. Continue down to splendid Venetian Pool, looking back to the days of synchronized swimming, alligator wrestling shows, orchestras, and riotous land sales. The grand Biltmore Hotel, old-world fountains, and even a few unusual 'themed communities' are stops on the tour.
MEET IN FRONT OF
CORAL GABLES CITY HALL
405 BILTMORE WAY
DIRECTLY WEST OF THE INTERSECTION AT LEJEUNE ROAD AND MIRACLE MILE
Parking Lot #23, right behind City Hall, 440 Coral Way