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Dry Tortugas

The moat at the Fort Jefferson on the Dry Tortugas.

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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. […]

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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 […]

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Florida Keys Map

Check out our Florida Keys map of the islands, coming soon. Getting around the Keys is easy, but we use a distinctive navigation system here. Locations are designated by Mile Markers. From Key West at Mile Marker 0 to Key Largo at Mile Marker 110, you can find anything using the MM system, especially if […]

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Florida Keys Snorkeling

Discover Florida Keys snorkeling! We’ve got the only living coral reef in North America, It goes from north of Key Largo, down the entire chain of Keys, and out beyond Key West to the Dry Tortugas. It’s why Florida Keys snorkeling is a must-do while on vacation. Boats throughout the Keys take visitors out to […]

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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 […]

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Key West Fishing

 The 220 miles of coral reef the run the length of the Florida Keys and beyond Key West to the Dry Tortugas form the backbone of the most diverse and abundant marine ecosystems in the Western Hemisphere. Visitors here enjoy countless activities related to the coral, reef, but nothing compares to the thrill of Key […]

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Key Largo

Key Largo Florida is the first of the Florida Keys as you drive south from Miami. It’s also the only stop for many visitors who consider the waters around Key Largo to be amongst the finest in the world for diving. In fact, if your vacation is all about scuba, snorkeling, or fishing, Key Largo […]

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Audubon House and Gallery

Audubon House is many things: a gallery of fine art filled with Audubon original lithographs and engravings, a tropical garden that can hold an event with up to 300 people, and a museum dedicated to a fascinating part of Key West history.  However you decide to look at it, a visit to Audobon House makes […]

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Florida Keys Parks

Florida Keys parks are everywhere up and down the 120-mile long chain of islands, from tiny city parks to State Parks that extent into the Atlantic Ocean, to National Parks. While on vacation here in the Keys, take advantage of as many Florida Keys parksto discover nature, beauty, and adventure! Long Key State Recreation Area […]