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Go On An Adventure in Miami Without Breaking The Bank

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    Previewing Miami Attractions Month

    One underrated way to explore South Florida is through its attractions. NBC 6's Man in the Mix Brandon Lopez previews Miami Attractions Month.

    (Published Monday, Nov. 5, 2018)

    Are you ready to go on an adventure? Thankfully, you don’t have to go far or break the bank and it’s all thanks to a local promotion.

    Miami Attractions Month lets you explore some of South Florida’s most popular attractions, and even gives you an extra perk.

    “More than 20 attractions are participating with great deals,” said Janel Sierra of the Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau. “Everything from 2-for-1 deals, discounts inside their shops, discounts with the admission prices, everything you can imagine.”

    After being closed for almost a year, Jungle Island reopened its doors five months ago and is offering plenty of attractions.

    In addition to the animal encounters you can expect at Jungle Island, you can take flight with Super Flight, the park’s new outdoor skydiving simulator. Or if you’re looking for something less adventurous, you and a group of friends can head into an escape room on the park’s property.

    For Miami Attractions Month, Jungle Island is offering a buy one, get the rest of the year offer. If you pay for one day, you get access to the theme park for the rest of the year for free.

    For a more traditional, but equally exciting experience, you can head over to Zoo Miami. They have plenty of animal encounters, such as feeding giraffes or rhinoceros. You can even get up close and personal with a Galapagos tortoise and feed and pet it.

    “I’ve been here for 39 years, no two days have been exactly the same. So every time you come back, you’re going to get something different,” said Ron Magil of Zoo Miami.

    Zoo Miami is offering a buy one get one free discount for park admission.

    But one of Miami’s most underrated attractions is the Fruit and Spice Park in the Redland.

    “It’s a unique botanical garden. It’s unique to the United States. We’re dedicated to the fruits, nuts and spices of the tropical world,” said Jim Stripling of the Fruit and Spice Park.

    Take a tour around the world – without leaving the Redland. The exotic trees emit smells that will take you to different countries. Tour guides will even let you taste different spices and fruits, making for a truly special experience.

    The Fruit and Spice park is also offering a buy one get one free deal.

    For a full list of participating South Florida attractions and how to claim these deals, click here.

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