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This dynamic multi-neighborhood tour experience of three of Miami's heritage neighborhoods include both a bus and walking tour that immerses you in the rich culture and history that showcases the African American, Haitian, Afro-Cuban and Bahamian imprint and impact that helped shape Miami into the vibrant city that it is today. Transportation pick-up and drop-off is included from Miami Beach and downtown Miami hotels and Bayside Marketplace. A delectable lunch featuring either Southern, Caribbean or Cuban cuisine follows the tour.


​Complimentary bottled water, sunscreen and mosquito repellant is provided.

$69.00 per person  (adults age +17) | $59.00 (ages 7-16) + 12% tax & service charge

A vibrant neighborhood full of character and soul, Little Havana hosts the largest Latino street festival in the U.S.: the annual Calle Ocho festival. It is the first place many Cubans settled after fleeing Cuba, and is still a predominantly immigrant community with residents from across Latin America as well as Cuba. The famous Calle Ocho (SW 8th Street) boasts art galleries, live music and dance venues, plazas and public art, and many places where you can sample cigars, Cuban coffee, and both traditional and “fusion” Latin food. Learn about the contributions of people of African descent to this neighborhood and to Cuban and Latin American history!  Our unique walking tour showcases sites such as: Antonio Maceo Monument, Afro-Cuban arts and culture, Sacred tree in Afro-Cuban religions, Music venue where Billie Holliday and other black jazz greats performed, Historic Tower Theater, Maximo Gomez Domino Park and Cubaocho Museum & Performing Arts Center.


A delicious tasting of Cuban cuisine such as Espanada, Yuca Frita or Croquetas is included following the walking tour. Complimentary bottled water, sunscreen and mosquito repellant is provided.  You'll meet up with a professionally trained tour guide at a designated location in Little Havana. 

$55 per person + 12% tax + service charge

Little Havana Neighborhood Walking Tour | 2 Hours | $55 per person

​Little Haiti Neighborhood Walking Tour | 2 Hours | $55 per person

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Come learn about the rich history of one the most important -- if not the most important -- spots in Miami when it comes to black history, as well as one of the oldest neighborhoods in town. At the turn of the 20th century, it was known as Colored Town and was used as an area for black workers who built and serviced the railroad, hotels, and streets. A casual walking tour explores historic sites including: D.A. Dorsey House, Ward Rooming House, Lyric Theater/Black Archives, Greater Historic Bethel AME Church, IAL Longshoreman Hall, Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church, Black Police Precinct & Courthouse Museum and highlights new developments currently underway or planned for Overtown.


A delicious tasting of southern cuisine such as fried chicken and macaroni and cheese is included following the walking tour. Complimentary bottled water, sunscreen and mosquito repellant provided to our tour guests. Meet up with a professionally trained tour guide at a designated location in Historic Overtown to begin your cultural heritage immersion experience.


$55 per person + 12% tax + service charge

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Our Black Heritage Tour Experiences highlight attractions and historic sites in some of Miami's heritage and urban neighborhoods as well as the prominent people that passed through their doors and contributed to the rich African American & Caribbean cultural and heritage experiences in these neighborhoods. Book your neighborhood tour today!

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​​Coconut Grove Village West Neighborhood Walking Tour | 2 Hours | $55 per person

Miami Black Heritage Tour + Lunch Experience | 4 Hours | $69 per person | $59 (ages 7-16)

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This south of downtown Miami neighborhood is rich with filled with history significant to the humble beginnings of Miami. First settled by pioneers from the Bahamas, Coconut Grove began its storied past more than one hundred years ago. In the late 1870s, Bahamians traversed the waters separating the island chain from Florida and began working at the Peacock Inn. Several local churches have historic designations and each played a vital role in the evolution of Black Grove. Our walking tour travels along Charles Avenue where historic sites such as Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church (the oldest Black church in Miami-Dade County), Charlotte Jane Memorial Cemetery (as told by locals was an inspiration of Michael Jackson's "Thriller" video, Stirrup House, Good Fellowship Hall, Mariah Brown House, KROMA Art Gallery and more.


A delicious tasting of Bahamian cuisine such as Conch Fritters and Conch salad is included following the walking tour. Complimentary bottled water, sunscreen and mosquito repellant is provided. You'll meet up with our professionally trained tour guide at a designated location in Coconut Grove Village West to begin your up close and personal Black Heritage tour experience.


$55 per person + 12% tax + service charge

We're the premiere source for individuals and groups seeking authentic cultural, heritage and urban contemporary tour experiences.

Come explore the authentic culture and heritage of this Miami neighborhood which is the cultural heart of the Haitian diaspora. Waves of Haitian immigrants sought refuge here in the ’80s, resulting in a bright, ever-present celebration of all things Caribbean that can be found in galleries, museums, family-owned restaurants, and bookstores. A casual walking tour showcases local cultural sites such as the Little Haiti Cultural Center & Caribbean Marketplace,
Librerie Mapou Bookstore, Churchill’s Pub, Haitian Cultural Arts Alliance, Dalius Art Gallery and
highlights of new developments currently underway or planned for Little Haiti.


A delicious tasting of Haitian cuisine such as Griot (fried pork) and Banann peze (fried plantain is included following the walking tour. Complimentary bottled water, sunscreen and mosquito repellant is provided. You'll meet up with our professionally trained tour guide at a designated location in Little Haiti to begin your up close and personal Black Heritage tour experience.


$55 per person + 12% tax + service charge

GROUP TOURS


If you would like more information about booking one of our exciting tour experiences for your group, please complete the inquiry form and we will be in touch soon to help you plan a wonderful experience for your group! We welcome all groups such as:

  • Corporate
  • Conferences/Conventions
  • Family Reunions
  • Greek Groups
  • Middle & High School Students
  • ​College/University Students
  • Church Groups
  • Senior Citizen Activities
  • Business & Professional Associations
  • Non-Profit Fundraisers
  • ​FAM Tours


Interested in a unique, customized tour experience? Let's have a CHAT and we'll make it happen for you!


FUTURE TOURS COMING THIS FALL!


  • Liberty City "Moonlight" & Black Heritage Tour Experience
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Historic Overtown Neighborhood Walking Tour | 2 Hours | $55 per person