Florida Keys

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Duval Street – Key West Florida West Tour

Jam packed with activities for visitors of all ages and interests, an unbelievable Florida holiday is made for by the Florida Keys.  The Florida Keys include such well-known destinations as Islamorada, Key Largo and, obviously, Key West. Your time in the Keys can be as relaxed or as exciting as you want. Adventure-seekers can try their skills on a fishing charter, or get up close and personal with tropical fish on a snorkeling excursion, or dive to research a ship wreck. Visit museums and local art galleries. Shop for unique gifts. Feast at great restaurants. Just unwind and let go using the outgoing tide.

You may be, all things considered, on island time. Don’t overlook Duval Street, among the very dynamic strips of bars shops and cafes in all the land. If you like bar hopping a must cease is a favored hangout of novelist Ernest Hemingway, Sloppy Dude’s tavern. Other attractions include the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum (famous for its celebrated six-toed cats).”

The Florida Keys stretch some 200 sun drenched miles from Biscayne Bay encompassing innumerable islands, reefs, Lakes, beaches, and bays.

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For purposes of convenience, we break the Florida Keys into three main sections – the Upper Keys, the Middle Keys and the Lower Keys.  The Upper Keys is from MM 108 to 65 and is where  Key Largo, Tavernier, and Islamorada (the “Village of Islands”) are located.

The  Middle Keys is from MM 64 to MM 40 and includes the city of Marathon and the 7-mile bridge.  Finally, the Lower Keys is from MM 40 to 0 and includes Bahia
Honda, Big Pine Key, Key West and a few Keys in between like Little Torch Key,
Ramrod Key, Cudjoe Key and Summerland Key.

 

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