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Reconnect with nature during your getaway to the Florida Keys! Fishing is allowed in designated locations within John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park. Snorkeling, scuba diving, and glass bottom tours are available to visitors who have the desire to view more of the area's marine life. ... more
Discover the natural beauty of a coral reef near Banyan Resort with SouthPoint Divers! Explore remarkable underwater wrecks and the United States' only living coral reef, which is the third largest barrier reef in the world! Head to historic Higg's Beach and the larger Smathers Beach for a fun-filled day in the sun.... more
See a national treasure at Dry Tortugas National Park, see under the ocean on a glass bottom boat tour, fly high on a parasailing adventure, or discover the wonder of Key West Butterfly Conservatory, with over 50 different species of butterflies flying free! You will certainly be able to appreciate this natural tropical area and all it has to... more
Explore all of the natural beauty surrounding you in Key West! Take a day to wander around the Key West Acquarium, considered to be one of the most unique aquariums in the world since it was built in 1934. For a chance to get up close and personal with some of the local wildlife, take an excursion with Dolphin Safari Charters, Inc.... more
Experience the enchantment of a warm tropical paradise in Florida Keys' Islamadora! This village of islands beckons to fishermen, honeymooners, nature lovers, and more. Fine ecological treasures and breathtaking adventure between the backcountry waters of the Sport Fishing Capital of the World and Everglades National Park, North America's only... more
Reach past the post card of your private island paradise and into Islamorada's quintessential island resort at La Jolla. Bare feet wander the palm-studded beaches beyond the Florida Bay from Florida treasure Everglades National Park and just an island away from Lignumvitae Key Botanical State Park.... more
Big Pine Keys is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. When you're not enjoying the relaxing beaches, you can explore many local spots that are full of wildlife and greenery. The Great White Heron National Wildlife Refuge, National Key Deer Refuge and Blue Hole & lack Watson Nature Trail are all located near Ed & Ellens and offer unique... more
Explore Blue Cypress Lake with a pontoon tour from Middleton's Fish Camp. As part of the Great Florida Birding Trail, there are many different species of endangered and protected birds like osprey, bald eagle, red winged hawk, great blue heron, and more!... more
One of the Florida Keys’ most popular attractions is Dry Tortugas National Park, famous for its myriad of marine life, feathered friends, and tales of pirates and sunken treasure. See the sunken, Civil War-era structure Fort Jefferson, and catch sight of parrotfish and butterfly fish as they dance in a sea of color. You're also sure to see plenty... more