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Boca Raton

Let yourself be seduced by Boca Raton, the southernmost city in Palm Beach County, Florida.



Boca Raton is the southernmost city in Palm Beach County, Florida. The area is famous for its Mediterranean Revival and Spanish Colonial Revival architecture, inspired by Addison Mizner, among the most well-known U.S. architects in the 1920s and who actually designed Boca Raton Resort and Club, the venue chosen for the INC Congress in May 2019. Mizner Park is one of the city’s landmarks. It houses an outdoor amphitheater, a movie theater complex, stores and designer boutiques and restaurants. Centrally located, Boca Raton Museum of Art features over 4,500 works including permanent collections with 19th- and 20th-century European and American paintings, and a photography collection with more than 1,500 images.

Boca Raton's eastern coast boasts two miles of beaches. The 67-acre oceanfront Red Reef Park is perfect for swimming, snorkeling, surfing and fishing. It is also home to the Gumbo Limbo Nature Center, an education project founded more than 3 decades ago with a museum and several aquariums with ecosystems for fish and turtles, and a boardwalk trail through the woods with an observation tower and an area designed for observing butterflies. In addition, Boca Raton's Lagoon also offers nature trails, while South Inlet Park Beach is an off-the-beaten-path inlet with a pristine beach.

Boca Raton

May 24, 2019


Enjoy our Boat Tour viewing some of the most beautiful estate mansions, yachts, along the intracoastal in Boca Raton.
Cool beverages and on-board lunch pack are included.

4 hour Program.

Departure from Boca Raton: 10AM (4 hour tour)
Meeting point: 9:45AM at Boca Raton Resort Lobby

  • Groups of 49 guests (boat capacity)
  • Refreshments and on-board lunch pack are included
  • Limited number of places

May 24, 2019 Boca Raton Resort & Club

May 25, 2019


Palm Beach has always attracted the great names of high society, from the Kennedy to the Pulitzer, to the Trump. The most extravagant luxury is the order of the day.   

The island of Palm Beach is home to legendary resorts, exquisite mansions and historic landmarks, including Henry Flagler's former residence, now the Flagler Museum. Lined with stately palm trees, the shopping nirvana of Worth Avenue is known worldwide. Palm Beach Island's Gilded Age architecture will captivate you. Palm Beach has a way of making any visitor feel privileged.

Departure from Boca Raton: 9AM (5 hour tour)

  • Lunch is included
  • Limited number of places

May 25, 2019 Palm Beach County

May 26, 2019


For those delegates and accompanying persons who wish to take advantage of visiting the city before taking their return flights, why not take this fascinating guided tour around Miami and Miami Beach. Ending at 2:00 pm at Miami International Airport, if your flight departs on Sunday afternoon, this is an interesting activity to consider.

Departing from Boca Raton Resort at 8:30 am, the Tour will include the famous Ocean Drive at Miami Beach to enjoy the iconic Art Deco architecture, Lincoln Road, and crossing Biscayne Bay on the way to the most vibrant and disruptive districts of the city to admire the murals and graffiti in Wynwood and the Design District.  

The tour will finish with a nice group lunch at the well-known Restaurant “Rusty Pelican” from where we will have the opportunity to enjoy stunning views of Downtown’s beautiful skyline.

Departure from Boca Raton: 8:30am
End of tour at Miami International Airport: 2pm
Price per person: $165 per person (including lunch, service charge and tax).

To Take into Account:
Lunch is included
Guide included
No return to Boca Raton Resort, the tour finalizes at Miami International Airport
Guests luggage will be stored at the coach during the tour
In case your flight departs earlier you can skip the tour at any time and take a taxi to the airport. 
Limited number of places

May 26, 2019 Miami