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  • Drive the 7-Mile Bridge

    Drive the 7-Mile Bridge

    A one-of-a-kind view makes for a one-of-a-kind drive, especially in a Jeep. Drive the 7-Mile Bridge and witness the magnificence of the aquamarine waters on either side. It’s one of the most scenic drives in the Florida Keys and makes for great photos to show the folks back home.

  • Bahia Honda Campground

    Bahia Honda Campground

    Located at mile marker 37, just a short drive from Key West, Bahia Honda State Park is home to two award-winning beaches, three campsites, bike trails, lodging and spectacular natural beauty. If you’ve booked a kayaking, paddleboarding or camping package, you’ve got everything you need to enjoy this natural oasis. If not, enjoy the warm water, pristine beaches and fishing. There’s a snack bar and a gift shop in the park for your convenience.

  • Boyd’s Campground

    Boyd’s Campground

    Picture yourself enjoying oceanfront views as you campout in the Florida Keys. At Boyd’s Key West Campground, you’ll do just that and have access to a heated pool, a quaint beach and the convenience of Duval Street just minutes away. Escape the hustle and become one with nature at this unique tropical campground.

  • Visit The Bird Sanctuary

    Visit The Bird Sanctuary

    A beautiful refuge for many injured and hindered birds, the Laura Quinn Wild Bird Sanctuary serves as a natural habitat to those who cannot return to the wild. A visit here allows you to view these magnificent creatures that live and thrive among lush tropical flora and fauna and saltwater tidal ponds. See Aria, a Merlin Falcon, Junior, A Great Horned Owl, Flip and Flop, Blue Jays and Professor Moody, an Eastern Screech Owl, and the many other permanent residents.

  • Visit The Turtle Hospital

    Visit The Turtle Hospital

    Since 1986, the Turtle Hospital in Marathon has been rescuing, rehabilitating and releasing injured sea turtles. Located at mile marker 48.5, this unique facility provides an invaluable service to these marine animals that make the waters around the Florida Keys their home. Take a tour and get a behind-the-scenes look at the incredible work they do, from their hospital facility to their rehab area and more. Be sure to meet the permanent residents that are unable to be released and have found a safe and loving home.

  • Visit Key Deer Reserve in Big Pine Key

    Visit Key Deer Reserve in Big Pine Key

    Discover the grace and beauty of these gentle species, which can be seen only in the Florida Keys. The Key Deer Refuge consists of about 9,000 acres of rockland forests, tropical hardwood hammocks, wetlands and mangrove forests where Key Deer live and roam. It’s prohibited to feed them; but you can view them and maybe get close enough to get an amazing picture. Check out the Blue Hole viewing platform and the various trails to enjoy the natural scenery and increase your chances of seeing the Key Deer. After, find your way over to No Name Pub, famous for its food, casual atmosphere and long history; it dates back to 1936. Located off Watson Boulevard, it’s about 4 miles south from the Key Deer Reserve.

  • Skydive at Sugarloaf Key

    Skydive at Sugarloaf Key

    Feel the adrenaline surge through your body as you jump from a plane and skydive over Key West and the Florida Keys. At Key West Skydive in Sugarloaf Key, you can learn from the experts and take the leap with a qualified instructor who will be flying right along with you. Witness the breathtaking beauty of the water beneath you. You can even see the coral reefs as you soar miles above the earth. State-of-the-art equipment, certified U.S. Parachute Association Instructors and an impeccable safety record for more than 5,000 skydives make Key West Skydive the best place to enjoy skydiving in the Florida Keys.

  • Fish From No Name Bridge

    Fish From No Name Bridge

    Known as one of the best bridges to fish from in the Florida Keys, No Name Bridge was originally made of wood and connected Big Pine Key to No Name Key. Today, the concrete No Name Bridge is popular for those who love to fish for tarpon, mackerel and black grouper, among many others. Hop in your jeep and head over for a morning or afternoon of great Florida Keys fishing.

  • Snorkel at Looe Key

    Snorkel at Looe Key

    Swim amongst angelfish and above ancient fossilized corals and experience unforgettable Florida Keys snorkeling at Looe Key. Because they are the least developed out of all the Florida Keys, the lower Keys offer a truly special experience. Protected from spearfishing, lobstering and coral collection, the waters here are teeming with vibrant fish and offer magnificent views of Elk, Star and other coral. Take a snorkeling tour from Bahia Honda; they offer two 1.5 hour tours daily, one at 9:30am and the other at 1:30pm.

  • Boca Chica Beach

    Boca Chica Beach

    One of those hidden gems, Boca Chica Beach is just next to the Naval Air Base in Boca Chica Key. You’re in for a totally one-with-nature experience here. The beach is unspoiled, with a rocky shoreline inhabited by fiddler crabs, snails, fish, hermit crabs and other marine species. There are many trails to explore and an elaborately made, man-made fort constructed of rocks and drift wood. While you’re walking, exploring and wondering about this unique place, ready yourself for the roar of the fighter jets as they take off and land right above your head, feeling so close, the ground may shake.

  • Dine at a Stock Island Restaurant

    Dine at a Stock Island Restaurant

    Just minutes away from Key West, over the Cow Key Channel Bridge, you’ll discover a tiny little island with a laid-back persona comparable to Key West but without all the touristy hustle. Take your Jeep over and enjoy a delicious seafood meal at Hogfish Bar and Grill, or wood-fired pizza at Roostica, authentic Mexican fare at Chico’s Cantina or palatable Italian cuisine complete with magnificent ocean views at La Trattoria by the beach.

  • Key West Golf Club

    Key West Golf Club

    If Golf is your game, head over to this masterfully designed course that includes the famous Mangrove Hole—143 yards, par 3 played over a field of intertwined tropical mangroves. The experience will challenge you and thrill you as its 18 holes span across gorgeous tropical foliage. Designed by Rees Jones, the Key West Golf course is the only Caribbean golf course in the USA.

  • Key West Botanical Garden

    Key West Botanical Garden

    A tropical garden and quite retreat, the Key West Botanical Garden is one of those must-visit places in the Florida Keys. Here, you’ll walk through a beautiful forest while graceful butterflies flit around and native birds fly overhead. You’ll see plants, flowers and trees, a cascading waterfall, two wetland habitats and two butterfly gardens. Find the hidden pond and try to catch a glimpse of the rare white crowned pigeon or bald eagle.

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