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Miami’s Adventures: A Journey Through Time

Miami’s vibrant history is a captivating blend of cultures, resilience, and innovation. Dive into Miami’s adventures, from its humble beginnings to its status as a global metropolis.

Early Inhabitants

For thousands of years, Native American tribes like the Tequesta inhabited Miami. They lived off the land, fishing, hunting, and gathering.

European Arrival

Juan Ponce de León landed in Florida in 1513, marking the beginning of European influence. Spanish colonists arrived in the 16th century, but Miami remained largely undeveloped.

19th Century Growth

In the 1800s, Miami emerged as a small trading post. Henry Flagler, a railroad magnate, saw Miami’s potential and invested in its development.  Flagler’s railroad extension and luxury hotels like the Royal Palm  brought tourists seeking sunshine and winter escape.

20th Century Boom

The early 20th century saw a boom in Miami’s tourism industry. Art Deco architecture flourished, with iconic hotels like the Casa Blanca and Biltmore.  The construction of new roads and bridges further enhanced Miami’s accessibility.

World War II and Beyond

World War II brought a temporary halt to tourism. However, Miami played a role as a military training ground.  After the war, the city boomed again. Returning soldiers and new residents flocked to Miami, seeking its warm climate and economic opportunities.

Cuban Influence

The arrival of Fidel Castro in Cuba in 1959 triggered an exodus of Cubans to Miami.  This influx of Cuban immigrants transformed Miami’s culture,  particularly in the vibrant Little Havana neighborhood.  Cuban food, music, and art became an integral part of Miami’s identity.

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Modern Metropolis

Today, Miami is a global metropolis. It’s a center for finance, trade, and tourism.  The city boasts world-class museums, art galleries, and a thriving nightlife scene. Miami also faces challenges like rising sea levels and income inequality. However, its spirit of resilience and innovation ensures Miami’s adventures will continue.

Looking Ahead

Miami’s story is far from over. The city continues to evolve, embracing its multicultural heritage and looking towards a bright future. Will Miami become a sustainable city leader? How will climate change impact the city? These are just a few of the exciting adventures that await Miami.


Guest Policy
- A liability waiver must be sign by all participants. For guests under the age of 18 years who will be driving, a parent or guardian is required to sign on their behalf.
- All drivers must participate in the orientation session before the tour.
- No pregnant women, recent surgeries, back/knee problems or any serious health condition allowed on the tour.
- Covered closed toe shoes Recommended for all tours.
- Guests may get dusty or muddy depending on weather conditions. We recommend that guests wear comfortable clothing that they don’t mind soiling.
- Safety Hemlets are provided by XPLOR ATV Tours and are required for all guests to wear.
What should I bring?
We highly recommend sunscreen and your camera. Valuable items not recommended on tour.
What if it rains?
We run tours rain or shine, however heavy rains will cause the tours to be canceled for safety reasons.
Do I need a valid driver's license to drive?
Our tour routes are off road, so guests do not need a drivers license to participate in our tours.
Are there any tours without guides?
All of our tours are fully guided and follow a designated tour route. Our guides are very knowledgeable about the area and will make sure you have fun.
What is there a weight limit?
We have different size ATV’s to accommodate guests of different sizes however we generally would indicate 350lbs limit.
Phone number
+1 (888) 568-2710
+1 (888) 568-2710
Business Time
FROM 10AM to 7PM
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