From drag racing at the Homestead Miami Speedway to skydiving, and piloting a speedboat, there are plenty of adrenaline-rushing activities to do in Miami. The following are some of Miami’s most electrifying things by sea, land, and air.
Enjoying Miami by Land
Visit the Homestead Miami Speedway
The Homestead Miami Speedway, found in the South Dade area provides an electrifying attraction throughout the entire year. Fast Lane Friday is a legal drag race held once every month. This race takes place in the track’s 1,700 ft. straightway. This race is open to anyone—so long as they are above 18 years and have a valid driver’s license.
Vice City Rollers
This is the first and only all-ladies flat-track roller derby league in Miami. So, in case you haven’t seen these ferocious ladies in action, brace yourself for an exhilarating experience, with this full-contact, fast- paced sport.
The sport’s season runs from April to October. Therefore, you have a lot of chances to attend one of these matches—you can even register for a Roller Derby class, and get to enjoy a taste of the sport firsthand.
Exploring Miami by Air
Tucked deep inside Watson Island and between Miami Beach and Downtown Miami, the Jungle Island is the home to rare and striking animals, as well as jungle experiences. Also, there’s a new addition—very intense zip-lining, adding some new action and adventure to the island. Currently, there are 7 zip lines,
14 feet tall installed in the park, and this includes one zip line that allows guests to glide around the park in a tandem harness.
This “Superflight” at Jungle Island allows one to experience the excitement of flying without a parachute at speeds of up to 120 mph. Other attractions include the lazy river and blue lagoon wave pool, ideal for sailing, swimming, paddle boarding, and kayaking.
Skydiving at Miami Skydiving Center
If you are a skydiving enthusiast, there’s a chance for you in Miami. Get the opportunity to enjoy an unobstructed bird’s eye view of Miami at a height of two miles from the Miami Skydiving Center, found t Miami Executive Airport.
With a free fall of up to 40 seconds at 120 mph, this is an adrenaline-rushing experience. This is also an exciting adventure for first-timers, and you can take a video to review this lifetime thrill from time to time. If you have the guts to take the drop, schedule a visit at the Skydiving Center.
Discovering Miami by Sea
Miami Speed Boats
If you love speed thrilling speeds on water, boot an afternoon tour with Miami Speed Boat Adventures. This is a unique guided tour since you are the captain of the ship—here; you take the wheel of your speedboat and pilot your boat across the calm water of Biscayne Bay.
In the meantime, your tour guide, who’s in another boat, directs your tour using a two-way mounted communication device. You have two options with the Miami Speed Boat adventures—you can choose a double or single vessel.
If you want an action-packed adventure, hop on one of Miami’s 42 ft. long speed boats and zip past different sites like Star Island, Port Miami, Fisher Island, South Beach, and Monument Island. These boats can reach speeds of up to 50 mph, and this 45-minute tour will be worthwhile.
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