Since 1986, East Coast Limousine has been the top choice for affordable and stress-free party bus charter. Whether you need transportation for a small gathering of a few friends or family members or a sizable party or event attended by thousands of people, we can help. We take pleasure in providing secure, comfortable, and timely service. Customer satisfaction and high-quality service are our main priorities.
Miami, Florida is essentially an all-night party 24/7. The endless warm weather keeps people in the mood to party, and the region is also filled with nightclubs, racetracks, and casinos where you may even run into a celebrity or two. The best part, it doesn’t matter how fancy or casual you want the venue; South Florida has a party for you! So, if you want to visit a place with legendary nightlife, Miami is your best option.
Florida has long been one of the most popular tourist destinations in the United States. The state has everything you could want in a vacation, from beaches to five-star resorts to fine dining to incredible shopping. Nonetheless, Florida has long been regarded as a family-friendly vacation destination. Disney World and the various theme parks in and around Orlando are to blame for the Sunshine State's stereotype.
While Florida appears to be wholesome and family-friendly on the surface, there is plenty of adventure to be had for single travelers, couples, and groups looking for some fun in the sun. Although Las Vegas attracts a lot of wannabees due to its reputation for anything goes, South Florida has so much more to offer than the clichéd visit to Sin City.
Florida is rife with casinos throughout the state. Regardless of where you visit in Florida, there is likely to be a casino around the corner to try your luck. Not only do the state’s great casinos offer you fun, but you can also book a room to stay at the hotels on-site. Florida’s Seminole Tribe owns six of the casinos in Florida. These can be found in Tampa, Coconut Creek, Okeechobee, and other well-placed cities around the Sunshine State. There are even more gambling sites than just those six owned by the Seminole group.
No city in Florida is better for casinos than Miami. The South Florida city has a variety of casinos in and around it allowing gamblers to scratch their betting itch. The Big Easy Casino in Hallandale Beach,the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Hollywood, and Harrahs Casino Pompano Beach are just some top-rated casinos you can explore around the most fun city in America.
While Las Vegas does have more casinos to gamble at, Miami offers a better experience. Why? Miami not only offers first-choice casinos and resorts, but you have easy access to the beach. You won’t be stuck in the hot desert on a visit. There is nothing better than hitting the beach before spending an evening playing blackjack or pulling slots.
Every sport that occurs in the water happens in Florida. When you visit Miami, you can go scuba diving, water-skiing, canoeing, or kayaking. If you like to surf, Cocoa Beach is the birthplace of 11-time World Surf League #1 pro, Kelly Slater, and the famous Ron Jon Surf Shop. Other places to catch a wave in Florida are South Beach… New Smyrna Beach Inlet… Ponce Inlet… Jacksonville… Pensacola Beach… Sebastian Inlet… and Reef Road.
One of the top reasons for a group to have a party in South Florida is the deep sea fishing. Red Fish, a copper-colored fish can often be caught year-round, is King Mackerel. A migrating fish can typically be caught into October, are always fun to catch also swimming in the Florida waters is Shark, Sailfish, Marlin, Wahoo, and Tuna. There are plenty of fish and many great guides to take you and your crew on the fishing trip of a lifetime!
If you enjoy sports, South Florida is the place to be, from professional to amateur, college, and more.
Let’s start off with polo. Every year from January to April, the world’s best polo players and polo enthusiasts visit Palm Beach for the Palm Beach International Polo Season. Wellington’s International Polo Club hosts weekly, often daily events, including Sunday Brunch. Watching world-class polo, enjoying great cuisine, everyone making a style statement, and veranda seating at one of the finest venues in Florida – this experience is a must-do.
While you’re in Palm Beach, you can catch the PGA’s best at The Honda Classic. Founded in 1972 as Jackie Gleason’s Inverrary Classic, The Honda Classic is a PGA TOUR golf tournament played each March at PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.
If you enjoy tennis, there’s the Miami Open Tennis Championships at Hard Rock Stadium.
There are three major boat shows in Florida. The Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show starts off the South Florida tourist season at the end of October, and the beginning of November. Then in February comes the Miami International Boat Show, followed in March by the Palm Beach International Boat Show. Make sure you’re able to see at least one!
Looking for speed? NASCAR and Formula One offer racing in Miami. At the beginning of May, the Miami Formula One Grand Prix is at the Miami International Autodrome and the Homestead Miami Speedway has a full calendar of events.
Of course, South Florida has major league baseball (Miami Marlins), basketball (Miami Heat), hockey (Florida Panthers), football (Miami Dolphins), and soccer (InterMiamiCF),
More and more horse racetracks around the United States are closing. Today, there are far fewer racetracks operating around the country than just 30 years ago. Florida remains one of the leading lights in the US in terms of horse racing, and some of the world’s biggest races occur in the Sunshine State.
If your group is looking for an exhilarating day, look no further than the famous Gulfstream Park racecourse. Gulfstream Park is home to some of the biggest horse races each year. The racecourse hosts the Florida Derby and the annual race showcases some of the best Grade I horses in the country.
A day out at the Florida Derby offers you a brilliant experience you won’t find anywhere else. Gulfstream also hosts the Pegasus World Cup, one of the richest horse races in the world. The racecourse is a beautiful place to spend a warm Florida day. If you cannot make one of the big events with your group of friends, then hire our charter bus to Gulfstream Park for its daily races.
Hialeah Park, where the flamingos call home, is one of South Florida’s most famous gambling hot spots. Opened in 1922 and known simply as “The World's Most Beautiful Horse Race Course”, the venue offers on-site gambling. Take a break from watching the ponies, and you can play the slots, electronic roulette, or blackjack games. There is also a poker room giving you the chance to enter one of the regularly scheduled tournaments. Even if there are no on-site horse races, you can watch the simulcasts at the casino’s sports bar and place bets on your favorite pony. Hialeah Park opens at 9 a.m. and stays open until the wee hours offering fun for groups. You won’t have to go home until 3 a.m.
Florida is famous for its golf courses. The PGA and LPGA Tours visit Florida’s incredible courses throughout the golf season. The PGA Tour plays a minimum of three tournaments a golf season in Florida. Why? The Sunshine State’s weather is optimal for playing golf year-round, and its courses are some of the best crafted. Florida has more than 1,300 public or private golf courses to play. This makes Florida an ideal place to visit for bachelor parties and group vacations.
The great thing about Florida is that you can organize a golf course road trip. Start your golf-cation in Miami at the famous Blue Monster. Opened in 1962, this par 72 course was designed by Gil Hanse. The Blue Monster is renowned for its 7,590 yards (6.94 kilometers) in length. After playing the Blue Monster, head over to the Champion Course at PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens. The gorgeous piece of earth is another 72-par course. Initially designed by Tom Fazio, the course was revamped by golf legend Jack Nicklaus. It features the Bear Trap, one of the most challenging holes on the PGA Tour.
Across the state, in Tampa, you will find even more exciting golf courses. Streamsong Red Course is one of Golf Magazine’s Top 100 Courses to play in the US. Copperhead Course is another popular place to play in Tampa while further north in Orlando is the Watson Course and Bay Hill.
Florida has more golf courses per capita than any other American state. Groups and bachelor parties are spoiled by choice when visiting the Sunshine State. You won’t regret booking a trip to Florida for your golf-cation.
South Florida offers visitors an incredible experience for singles, bachelor or bachelorette parties, and groups of friends. You will find a variety of great activities for adults, from gambling to horse racing to sports. The area is unique and unlike most other metropolitan areas in the country. It offers lots of tropical trees, sunshine, and great vibes, so don’t wait any longer.
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