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Key West Backcountry Kayak and Paddleboard Eco Tours
"You Paddle. We Drive. We will pick you up at your hotel with our complimentary shuttle van and take you 15 mins away to a remote area known as Geiger Key. We will arrive at our Geiger Key Paddle Hut your guide will give you instruction on equipment and provide dry bags for camera's and personal items. We provide cold bottle water and quality equipment. We have an easy access ramp with a hand rail to help easily enter into the kayak. Your guide will trails and flats. Looking for a variety of birds and marine life. Along the prop roots you may see sea stars. Once you make your way through the mangrove creek you will glide across the shallow grass flats looking for our Eco Slam - Rays Sharks and Barracudas. (Nothing too big or scary you are only in 2-3 ft of water.)  Your guide may spot a nurse shark or bonnet head shark. You will move into a hard bottom community
From $70.00
 
Key West Java Cat Charter Eco Tour
"Board the 6-passenger Java Cat at the Key West Historic Seaport and set sail with your small group for the Key West Wildlife Refuge. Take a seat in the shade or stretch out on the expansive trampoline. During the 1-hour journey your captain shares information about Key West’s mangroves and birdlife. After dropping anchor your captain assists you into a high-quality sea kayak with a comfortable backrest and provides instruction. It’s easy paddling in the tranquil waters of The Lakes region passing through mangrove islands and seagrass beds. You’ll discover abundant marine life amid the tropical fauna and have a chance to touch sea cucumbers jellyfish hermit crabs sea stars
From $124.00
 
2 Hour Kayak Eco Tour
"You will glide through the winding mangrove creeks and paddle through inches of water where you can easily view and learn about the geological structure of the Keys along with its inhabitants all from the comfort of your kayak. Your adventure will give you a chance to view the mangrove environment up close along with its marine life including tropical fish crabs sea stars jellyfish
From $40.00

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Exploring the Keys in a SUV

We rented a Chevy Trailblazer from Alimo at The Ft. Lauderdale Airport. It was a nice looking and driving car with plenty of room for our fishing rods. Make sure you fill up near the airport or pay...
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broken down in the keys

I was riding my bike in Key West when I had problems on a Sunday. No shops were opened and I had to get back to Daytona. This guy named Tony who owned Overseas Bike Rescue towed me back at a fantastic...
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Coach travel through the Keys

The JGT Transit provides daily commuter bus services between Florida City and Homestead to Mile Marker 50 in Marathon a distance of over 75 miles. Fares are $1.50 each way and the bus makes 6 round...
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Riding a motorcycle in the Upper Keys

M-D Custom Cycles in Key Largo @ MM 102.6I did not have an opportunity to rent a Harley this trip but the friendly and helpful staff at M-D Custom Cycles provided me a rental rate sheet and I was able...
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Miami Airport

The closest international airport to the Florida Keys is the airport of Miami. Here many international flights from all over the world land, and the airport is connected to all major cities of North...
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Florida Keys Car Hire

To have more independence I choose to hire a car in Florida. Visiting the sun shine state I thought is was most appropriate to travel with a "top less" car - even though I visited the State in...
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Florida Keys Transport

I decided to drive the entire route of the Florida Keys. From Fort Lauderdale I took the Interstate 95 South towards Miami. From Miami I followed the US 1 road toward Homestead all the way to Key West...
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Airport to Keys transport

EMERALD TRANSPORTATION Phone: 305-852-1468Toll Free: 800-524-7894* Fax: 305-852-8342Email:keysrides@aol.com219 S. Coconut Palm Blvd. Tavernier, FL 3307024 hour personalized door-to-door service to and...
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Key West to Key Largo

If I were to go again I would stay further down the keys so that the journey to Key West was not so long., maybe Marathon for example.You could then spend time at Baihi Honda (spelling?) and head Key...
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Beware Traffic Cops

Every one will warn you about the traffic police and here is another warning. They hide in the verges of the Overseas Highway, you cannot see them until you are close. Stick to the speed limit which...
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It's one road to Key West

There is only one road and the addresses all reflect the position on that road Mile Markers (MM) are refered to all the time. We spent a day travelling to Key West, stopping off a different places...
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Aorund the Keys

We spent only 36 hours at Key Largo and like anywhere it did not do it justice, I hope to return sometime. Our first afternoon was spent lazing around the pool and beach area of accommodation in Key...
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Orlando to Florida Keys

Having asked on the VT forum of the best route from Orlando to the Keys we set off down the Florida Turnpike, which was the quickest. It is a heck of a long way (51/2 hours) yet my thoughts are always...
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Overseas Highway

The portion of US1 that continues south from Florida City to Key West is known as the Overseas Highway. This 130 mile long highway contains about 40 bridges which connect the tiny islands of the Keys...
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Top Hotels in Florida Keys

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68500 Overseas Highway, Long Key, Florida, 33001, United States
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99701 Overseas Hwy, Mile Marker #100, , Florida, 33037, United States
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P.O. Box 487, , Florida, United States
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1557 Long Beach Road, Big Pine Key, Florida, 33043, United States
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Top Things to Do in Florida Keys

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Dolphins

Since inception in 1946, family owned and operated Theater of the Sea has always been a pioneer in animal interaction programs and is one of the oldest marine facilities in the world. Theater of the...
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Parks

Another park in the upper Keys which I had NOT heard about is Harry Harris Park in Tavernier at M.M. 93.5 which has fishing, swimming basin, children's playground, picnic areas with charcoal grills,...
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Key West

Key West National Wildlife Refuge is located off the western shores of Key West in the Florida Keys in Monroe County Florida. The islands of the refuge contain mostly mangrove habitat, although of...
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Road Trip

Had read about the Florida reef so booked a snorkeling tour ... didn't have a underwater camera then .. this was 2006 .. but anyway the water was lovely shades of blue. Took longer to get out there...
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Fishing

You can imagine, the sea here is teaming with huge fish. You can see them clearly in the water, everywhere. You can eve feed them. We went out on a fishing trip for half a day, and it all looked calm...
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Top 5 Florida Keys Writers

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grandmaR

"Flagler's Legacy"
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goingsolo

"Margaritaville"
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tpangelinan

"Welcome to Paradise!"
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MikeAtSea

"The Keys - Caribbean Paradise"
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TheTravelSlut

"The Travel Slut does the Upper Florida Keys"
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