The Florida Keys, the American Caribbean, feature world class fishing, scuba diving, snorkeling, boating, sailing, kayaking and eco-tours. Each island destination has unique features to explore.
Fort Lauderdale to Rodriguez Key or Key Largo Marina
Key Largo offers some of the finest diving and snorkeling in the Florida Keys. One of the main attractions in Key Largo is the John Pennekamp State Park, a Coral Reef Preserve. Rodriguez Key is east of Key Largo and is favored by flats guides and birders who explore along the very shallow flats.
Rodriguez Key to Duck Key
Visit Hawks Cay Resort, located midway down the Florida Keys on Duck Key. It’s small, secluded, yet central to Miami and Key West. Duck Key
has a few distinguishing Florida Keys vacation features: Aquamarine water all around, glorious sunrises and sunsets and fantastic fishing and snorkeling.
Hawks Cay Resort to Faro Blanco
In the heart of the Florida Keys lies the Faro Blanco Marina, home to the famous Faro Blanco lighthouse.
Fero Blanco to Marathon Key
Marathon is a quaint place, with many great restaurants that serve fresh seafood and good shopping with crafts from local artists. Marathon has some very nice communities including Key Colony Beach and Sombrero Beach. Marathon Key is home to the Dolphin Research Center, a great attraction offering a day-long learning experience for adults and children.
Marathon Key to Little Palm Island
Little Palm Island is synonymous with extraordinary experience. From cuisine, to accommodations, and everything in between, no other place in the tropics offers such a diverse collection of activities.
Little Palm Island to Key West
The southern most city, Key West activities on the water include dolphin encounters, kayaking the backcountry, diving and snorkeling at Ft. Jefferson and the Dry Tortugas. On land, shopping, museums, art galleries, tours, theaters and more await.