Miami Tours a hit among travelers this holiday season

Miami Tours a hit among travelers this holiday season

This holiday season, travelers are heading towards sun soaked Miami to escape the chilly or freezing winters, thanks to Half Price Tour Tickets. The company is the undisputed leader in providing Miami to Key West tours, activities, and other travel options in the region.

Half Price Tour Tickets right now is offering an irresistible offer for a 13-hour tour from Miami to Key West. Patrons will be picked up from their respective hotels and will be provided a complimentary Key West map.

The hugely discounted Miami tour can be upgraded as per the convenience of tourists. Travelers can choose to snorkel the deep blue waters in Key West by adding on. For those who wish to stay back overnight and enjoy other fun activities in this Miami to Key West tour, by adding onto the package will enable them to do so and also take care of their overnight accommodation. Activities such as parasailing, jet-skiing, and glass bottom tours are extremely popular among tourists. Half Price Tour Tickets thus offers huge discounts to tourists who combine their Miami to Key West tour package with one or all of these packages.

Patrons of Half Price Tour Tickets are picked up from their hotels in the early morning and taken to Key West on a luxury bus. Though the travel distance is about 3.5 hours, the scenic route makes the travel zip past in no time. Ample time is provided to tourists to have food, enjoy the fun activities, and engage in some shopping on the beautiful Key West islands.

Large groups of travelers comprising of families on tour and groups of friends have already booked the discounted Miami to Key West package from Half Price Tour Tickets, Jean Francois said. He expects more bookings to be made in the coming days when the holiday season really kicks in and year end plans are made. As the tourist flow is quite large during this time of the year, he suggests making bookings well in advance to avoid last minute disappointments (so that means right now!). Some travel agents charge double the rates during this season to people who have not made their bookings advance, Jean Francois said.

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