Miami is not all about the beach as agriculture plays a vital role in its tourism industry as well.

See Miami’s Agricultural Community via the Redland Tropical Trail Tour

Fruit and Spice Park, Redland

 

Found in metropolitan Miami, The Redlands features coral rock walls, numerous farms, endless fields and genuine clapboard residences of early denizens.

This Wild Bird Sanctuary, with its wealth of peacocks, could be rounded via the Redland Tropical Trail Tour, which particularly introduces the remarkable agriculture region of this part of Miami. You’ll be able to see notable travel attractions, from the Cauley Square Historic Village, The Monkey Jungle and the Schnebly Redland’s Winery to the RF Orchids, Everglades Alligator Farm and Coral Castle.

Find out more about the Redland Tropical Trail Tour in this review posted on travel-centered website, called Frommer’s:
 

Check out South Florida farmlands -- yes, they do exist in an area near Homestead called the Redlands -- on this tour featuring a circuit of stops, tastings, and sightseeing that will take you from gardens and jungles to an orchid farm, an actual working winery, fruit stand, and more. There's no cost to follow the trail with a map (available on the website) on your own, but call for pricing information for certain attractions found on the trail.
 

So contact our travel agents as soon as possible to initiate your travel plans for your next Miami trip!

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