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Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary

The Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary is part of a national system of protected natural resources from the Keys to the Canadian border. The living coral reef runs parallel to the entire 126 mile chainn of islands known as the Florida Keys. It’s a unique ecosystem and the only on in North America, making it […]


Florida Keys Jet Ski Rental

Have You Tried Jet Skis? If not, then now’s the time for a Florida Keys jet ski rental! It’s a fun way to enjoy the beautiful weather and warm sub-tropical ocean temperatures we have here in the Florida Keys. It’s a very exiting way to be on the water and explore the islands and backcountry. […]


Florida Keys Golf

Florida Keys golf is world apart from the mainland experience. Imagine teeing off in the morning with the ocean as a backdrop. Imagine native birds as your spectators amongst the mangroves as you calculate your next swing. Florida Keys golf is all this and more. Because you just can’t beat the splendor or island landscapes […]


Florida Keys Recreation

This Florida Keys recreation guide contains a variety of recreational activities and things to do in the Florida Keys. Trust us, there’s so much to do in the Florida Keys, you need a Florida Keys recreationguide to plan your vacation! While most come for the watersports, there’s also a whole variety of land-based things to […]


Florida Keys Fishing

Florida Keys fishing is well known around the world as the best sport fishing, and offers many types of experiences, from flats fishing to wreck fishing. Charters are available in the Keys for whichever type of fishing you desire, and most include everything you need for a fun and successful fishing trip. Come see why […]


Dry Tortugas Fort Jefferson

Dry Tortugas is a group of ten islands west of Key West. When the US decided there was a need to control the traffic through the Gulf of New Mexico, they decided to construct a fort on the ten acre Garden Key of the Dry Tortugas, so named because there was no fresh water available. […]


Big Pine Key

Big Pine Key is is the second largest Key in the Florida Keys, after Key Largo. It’s also got more trees and deer than most of the other Keys, and features a large preserve for both. The tiny deer are federally protected and stand less than three feet tall. Mid-twentieth century hunters nearly decimated the […]


Marathon Attractions

Many of the things to do in Marathon, Florida center around the ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. Marathon is situated at the halfway point of the Florida Keys, and both the ocean reef and the Gulf of Mexico are easily accessible. If Key West is Mile Marker 0 and Key Largo is Mile Marker […]


Things to Do in Islamorada

Things to do in Islamorada include of course world-class fishing but also some other attractions, too. Islamorada is actually a chain of islands between Key Largo and Marathon, running from Mile Marker 88 to Mile Marker 73 (Marathon is at MM 50). It includes the Keys called Matecumbe, Windley, and Plantation, whose residents state on […]


Shipwreck Historeum

The Shipwreck Historeum is a highly visible Key West attraction, located right behind Mallory Square and across from the Key West Aquarium.  It is not, however, one of the Top Ten Things to Do in Key West.  The tour guides visitors through the dark hallway of salvaged goods from yesteryear, set up in a way […]