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  • Kayaking
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    Kayaking

    Book a kayaking package and you’ll be on your way to exploring the magnificent natural scenery that exists around the island. Whether you want to explore the mangroves and backcountry or paddle out to the open water and snorkel, kayaking offers you an unforgettable experience and the chance to learn all about the fascinating ecosystems that exist in the area. There are many places you can park the jeep and launch your kayak, including Key West City Marina, Smathers Beach, Higgs Beach, Simonton Street Beach, Dog Beach, and Sugarloaf Key.

  • (SUP) Paddleboarding
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    (SUP) Paddleboarding

    Ready to test your balance in the beautiful waters that surround Key West? Even if you’ve never walked on water, Key West is the place to discover why paddleboarding is becoming one of the most popular water sports in the world. The warm, shallow waters are perfect for honing your skills and seeing many of the marine life that live beneath. Hop in your paddleboard-equipped Jeep and get going! You can park your jeep and paddleboard in between Key West and Stock Island, also in the Key West backcountry, at Fort Zachary Taylor and off the beaches including Simonton, Smathers, and Higgs Beach. Keep your eyes open for resident sea turtles, rays and dolphins!

  • Water Adventures
    Parasailing adventure in Key West

    Water Adventures

    Whether you want to fly above the sea on a parasail, snorkel the magnificent coral reef, make some waves on a jet ski or sail into the sunset to the rhythm of live music, Fury Water Adventures has the Key West excursion you’re looking for. They have morning, afternoon and evening trips, combos that bring together snorkeling and sunset or glass bottom boat rides and sunset cruises and much more.

  • Biking

    Biking

    Book the bike package, drive your Jeep to Marathon (MM47) and cycle across The Old Seven Mile Bridge. The bike trail is about 2.2 miles each way. If that’s not enough exercise or scenery for you, then continue all the way to Mile Marker 58 along the Overseas Heritage Trail. If you complete both trails, you’ll ride about 25 miles round trip.

  • Fishing

    Fishing

    It probably comes as no surprise that fishing is one of the most popular things to do in and around Key West. If you’re an expert or novice, there are numerous options for casting your rod. Key West fishing ranges from backcountry, flats, reef, wreck, deep-sea fishing and more. And depending on where you fish, you can catch a variety of species including tarpon, tuna, billfish, grouper, permit and many more.

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