Miami’s sprawling cityscapes and bustling streets are an exciting place to explore. With a never-ending agenda of things to do, you’ll be up all night chasing the excitement. But for when you need to slow down and breath some fresh air, there’s the Miami wildlife sanctuary Pinto’s Farm, where you paddle around a hidden island of the cutest animals.\nPinto’s Farm gives you a break from the hustle and bustle of city life. Aside from cuddling and feeding the cutest farm animals around, you can even paddle around the refreshing riverway that surrounds the hidden island oasis.\nEditor's Choice: Ontario’s New Haunted Escape Trail Opens Next Month & It's Like Being In A Horror Movie\n\n View this post on Instagram Plan your fun weekend at the farm 🌴 Tours are by appointment only To reserve please call/text 305 878 4662 A post shared by Pinto's Farm (@pintosfarm) on Sep 18, 2020 at 10:20am PDT\n\nAbout the farm\nLike any good thing, Pinto’s Farm is family owned and operated, currently being run by the family’s second generation.\nFounded by Manuel and Angel Pinto in May 2011, it was the family’s dream to break into the hospitality business fueled by their love of animals and nature.\nThey wanted to create a place where the whole family could have fun and reconnect with nature.\nToday, the farm is the perfect place to celebrate a special day, and they even have plans to expand in the coming years with their very own microbrewery.\n\n View this post on Instagram The family just got bigger #pintosfarm #redland #summer #newborn #munjacdeer #deer A post shared by Pinto's Farm (@pintosfarm) on Jun 27, 2017 at 6:08pm PDT\n\nWhat kind of animals can you see there?\nThere are all kinds of critters to see at the sanctuary, some you’ll be familiar with, and others you’ve never seen before.\nAt the petting zoo, you’ll find friendly pigs and goats just waiting for a handful of grain to snack on. You’ll also see rabbits, chickens, and ponies.\nOn the farm’s wild side, you’ll see the exotic Patagonia mara, which is closely related to the guinea pig, but looks almost like a kangaroo.\nThere’s also the Reeve’s Muntjac Deer native to South Asia, that actually bark like dogs.\n\n View this post on Instagram ❗️24 hour flash sale ❗️ Sale ends 9/26 @ 9am Tickets are valid for this weekend only 🚜 *Reservation required to visit* A post shared by Pinto's Farm (@pintosfarm) on Sep 25, 2020 at 6:29am PDT\n\nWhat is the paddle tour really like?\nThe farm feels like a hidden oasis among the noise and crowds of Miami, especially because it is literally on a tiny island surrounded by water.\nOnce you’ve done your rounds and greeted all the animals, you take to the water for a totally different view of the farm.\nCruise your way around the lake via paddle boat and sail beneath dense canopies of trees.\nThe paddle boats are included in the admission price, and for everyone’s safety, all paddlers will need to wear life jackets.\nPinto's Farm\nPrice: $27.99\nAddress: 14890 SW 216th St, Miami, FL\nWhy You Need To Go: Take a break from the city and explore a hidden wildlife oasis in Miami.\nWebsite\nBefore you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your trip.