See And Do
The 113-mile (181-kilometer) drive on Highway 1 from mainland Florida to Key West induces sensory overload. Besides the...
An ideal way to visit Key West from Fort Myers (year round) or Marco Island (December - Spring) is to jump on board the Key West Express. There is no better way to arrive into the Keys than by sailing through the open waters of The Gulf of Mexico.
An oasis of natural tranquility, the Key West Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden is the only frost-free tropical moist forest garden in the continental United States.
Whether temporarily injured or disabled, wild birds are helped and healed at the Florida Keys Wild Bird Centre at mile marker 93.6 in Tavernier, on the island of Key Largo.
You may not wish to stay here, but a visit to Jules Undersea Lodge is certainly a unique day out!.
Snorkel or dive with giant cobia, grouper, sharks and more at the Aqua Ranch mm 69 Long Key in the Florida Keys.
Located at 907 Whitehead Street and nestled in the heart of Old Town Key West, this unique property was home to one of America's most honored and respected authors.
Listen to never-before-told-tales-of-piracy as you stroll through the streets of Key West!
Take a leisurely tour of Key West on the historic Conch Train.
SUP or Stand up Paddleboarding is an ancient form of surfing used by Hawaiians while teaching groups how to surf. By standing on their boards using a one bladed paddle the ancients had a birds-eye-view increasing their visibility of what was going on around them.