Car Rental Port of Miami
We now Pickup from Port Of Miami Cruise Port
“A big warm welcome from the team at Easirent Miami Airport. My name is Frank and I’m delighted to announce that we now pick up at Port of Miami Cruise Port Terminals. Call me today on 786-358-6875 and I will arrange for one of our shuttles to pick you up.
Pickup / Return Procedure at Port of Miami
Collecting your car:
Arriving at Port of Miami Cruise Terminals please call us at 786 358 6875 or 888 901 5121 and let us know the letter of your terminal. After you have done this please make your way to the shuttle pickup location at your terminal where one of our Easirent shuttles will pick you up within 15-20mins
Returning your car:
Please return the car to Easirent Miami Airport and take the shuttle back to the cruise terminal or the airport
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Port of Miami City Guide:
Located on Dodge Island in the beautiful Biscayne Bay, Port of Miami is the largest passenger port in the world, and one of the busiest cargo ports in the whole of the United States. Known by many as the ‘cruise capital of the world’, PortMiami welcomes hordes of international visitors through its terminals each day, ensuring that each passenger’s journey – whether it be arriving or embarking on a trip – is as smooth sailing as possible. Many people who board a ship at PortMiami are setting sail for the tropical climes of the Bahamas, the Caribbean, Mexico and beyond. Over 5.3 million passengers passed through PortMiami in 2017, alone.
Set against the striking backdrop of downtown Miami, Port of Miami offers arriving passengers the perfect taste of what’s to come on their Miami getaway, with the city’s towering white buildings glinting in the Florida sun, as they disembark on their adventure.
The best way to explore the sunny surroundings of PortMiami is in your Easirent hire car. Especially if you’re only mooring for a few days, it’s easily the best way to make the most of all that Miami has to offer. Plus, if you’ve got a longer vacation in mind, then your rental vehicle is perfect for making that road trip to further destinations, which wouldn’t normally be reachable when seeing the city by foot.
Getting to and from PortMiami is simple, and there is ample parking available on the ground – and even shuttles taking you from the car parks to the ships themselves. We’ve made sure that once you arrive in PortMiami, finding our Easirent pickup point is easy.
Once you know which terminal that you’re arriving at – PortMiami’s terminals each have their own letter designation – let one of our friendly team of staff know, and we’ll make sure that we’re there to pick you up.
Then the real adventure begins. Miami is home to some of Florida’s main attractions, with sandy stretches of some of the finest beaches in the US, rubbing shoulders with the area’s most beautiful parks and natural attractions.
From history and heritage to sports teams, spas and shopping excursions – there’s a lot to keep you busy, on your Miami vacation.
Food and Drink
Brunch is a big deal in Miami, with groups of people heading out to their favorite spot to while away the afternoon in the company of good food, friends, fizz and, of course, Floridian sunsets. Much more than just a meal, brunch is a trend; and there are plenty of brunch spots to whet the appetite of Miami’s tourists and locals, alike.
Ariete is one of the hottest spots to grab brunch in Miami. Located in Coconut Grove, Ariete offers bottomless cocktails and Cuban eats and beats. Diners can choose from a table in the bustling restaurant or opt for a quiet shady spot in the restaurant’s courtyard.
Kyu has been named as Florida’s best restaurant in a recent poll by Time magazine, and it’s easy to see why. Serving up delicious Asian food, this unique brunch is providing not only an unrivaled and creative menu, but it offers diners the option of bottomless Champagne – a staple addition to any brunch menu.
Wunderbar at Circa39 Hotel
If you’re looking for a quirky spot for a couple of drinks, make sure to check out the Wunderbar at Circa39. This hotel lobby bar is bright and airy and specializes in rum cocktails but without any pretentious vibes. Located in the Miami Beach area, this bar is a great hidden gem, and has a seven-day long happy hour – who can argue with that?
Mo Bar and Lounge at the Mandarin Oriental
Packed your glitz and glamor, and looking for somewhere to show it off? The Mo Bar and Lounge at the Mandarin Oriental is the perfect spot. Located on Brickell Key – a small island just across from Downtown Miami – this is one of the city’s most glamorous spots and hosts an unrivaled array of weekend entertainment, including Cuban jazz nights and Spanish guitar sessions.
Places to visit nearby
Parks and recreation; they’re more than a just a sitcom – they’re a way of life in Miami, and you’ll find no finer spots in the whole of Florida state than the region’s outdoor places and spaces. Delve into Florida’s unique flora and fauna, in one of the 263 Miami-Dade country parks; or explore one of the city’s two nearby national parks – which are perfect for anyone who’s looking to escape the hustle and bustle of city life.
Everglades National Park
A 45-minute drive from Miami city center, you’ll find the Everglades National Park, which is home to a unique ecosystem of wild animals and plant life, and one of the most important natural habitats in the whole of the US. Over 1.5 million acres of wetlands are home to sawgrass prairies, saltwater marshes, mangrove mazes and hardwood hammocks (these are made up of dense clusters of local trees and are one of the best things to visit when you’re in the park.)
Nestled amongst the Florida plant life is its diverse animal life; bald eagles streak across the skies as Florida’s alligators bob under the surface of the many lakes and wetlands of the reserve.
The Everglades Nature Reserve is open to the public seven days per week, 24 hours a day; although the park entrance is always open, it will be staffed daily from 8 am to 4:30 pm. If you’re under 16 years of age, you’re in luck, because you can enter the park free of charge. If you’re over 16, it will cost you $8 per person, per day – for up to seven days. If you’re planning on taking your Easirent hire car for a week-long road trip through the Everglades, it will set you back $25 per vehicle for a seven-day pass.
Biscayne National Park
PortMiami is in the beautiful Biscayne Bay, and once you’ve collected your hire car from our friendly team of staff at our Easirent pickup point, make a point to check out what lies beneath the sparkling, emerald-green waters. Biscayne National Park sits at 172,000 acres, and 95% of the park sits below the water – so it’s a great place to visit if you’re a fan of our underwater world.
Hop from your luxury cruise ship to a guided canoe trip, which will guide you through the four main attractions of the Biscayne National Park – The Florida Keys, the coral reef, the mangroves and, of course, Biscayne Bay itself. As you make your way through Florida’s watery wonderland, try and spot some of the wildlife that calls the park home, such as dolphins, manatee, jellyfish, nurse sharks, stingrays, and flocks of migrating birds.
Activities and Attractions
Learn to sail with the ASA
Being located on the coast of a peninsula, you can expect plenty of water sports activities when you visit Miami. Make the most of the sparkling, saltwater surroundings by learning to sail, with one of the many courses available through the American Sailing Association (ASA).
If you’re new to sailing, the ASA’s Basic Keelboat Certification is the best option for you, and on completion, you’ll have the skills to charter a boat anywhere in the world. The Basic Keelboat Certification can be completed across a weekend and costs around $850 per person, per course. It’s worth checking out the most up to date prices on the ASA’s website, and the terms and conditions for taking part in each course available.
Sea turtle nesting and conservation
Miami’s stretching golden beaches aren’t just tourist hotspots; they’re also critical habitats for some of Florida’s best-loved wildlife, and sea turtles are some of the most common wildlife spotted along the city’s sandy shores. The loggerhead turtle is one of the most common species of turtles spotted on the beaches, however, it’s also one of the world’s most threatened, too.
Yellow tape and metal poles can be spotted along the beaches when it’s nesting season, to protect the female turtles as they lay their eggs in the sand.
Hop in your Easirent hire car and take a trip to Surfside, a small Florida town which is passionate about minimizing its impact on the local loggerhead turtles. This coastal community makes sure that there is no plastic entering its waterways, through a collaboration with Debris Free Oceans, and Miami is not Plastics – two initiatives which aim to tackle ocean plastic pollution in the Miami region.
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