Agritourism in the southern part of the county is picking up a slice of Miami’s tourism market
Miami Herald | News
Far from the splashing waves and beach sand, South Dade is a different kind of paradise.
Here, uppity cocktails turn into fresh-fruit smoothies. Flip-flops are tossed for sneakers, and no one is picking up seashells – surrounded by fields, it’s all about tropical plants and local produce.
Thousands of visitors flock to South Dade for this experience every year, and for those who host them, it’s all about redefining what it means to vacation in Miami through the area’s diverse agriculture.