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In Florida, diving and snorkeling are daily activities of choice for both locals and tourists alike. And for good reason; the Florida Keys offer some of the finest diving locations in the world, while a day trip to Islamorada will bring about diving opportunities for divers of all skill levels. Whether you are looking to shipwreck dive in St. Pete Beach, or swan dive off of a cliffside in the Keys, Florida is a one stop shop for diving and snorkeling enthusiasts!
Looking for your next diving excursion? Then Coral Bay Resort should be your next stop. With Islamorada comprised of six different keys, there are plenty of great diving opportunities for experts and beginners alike. So grab that gear, head to Coral Bay Resort, and begin your underwater adventure!
Guests at The Seagate Hotel & Spa also receive all the benefits of a member at the Seagate Beach Club. Spend an afternoon doing some underwater exploration with scuba diving and snorkeling opportunities directly behind the club. The friendly staff is happy to set you up with all the gear you'll need for some marine fun!
Remarkable scuba diving occurs in the St. Pete/Tampa Bay area. Whether you like wreck diving, the Gulf of Mexico shoreline, or exploring the area’s freshwater river springs, there are some outstanding dive sites and snorkeling opportunities waiting for you. Scuba dive to sunken ships or book a snorkeling trip to historic Egmont Key State Park. If...
Explore the only living coral reef system in the continental United States. With a diving trip form Hawks Cay Resort, you can meet sea turtles, colorful fish, and brilliant coral in an exciting undersea world. Whether it's your first time or one hundredth, Hawks Cay will make it a trip that you will never forget!
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