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Florida Keys

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Florida Keys
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A shoreline so shimmering, this island chain has earned the nickname of Florida’s jewels.

Stretching 160 miles south of the mainland, the Florida Keys offer a different pace of life from other stereotypical Florida destinations. Attitudes are laid-back - almost Caribbean-like - and popular activities include snorkelling, diving, fishing and boating.

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Top 5 Things To Do in Florida Keys
  1. Drive along the Seven Mile Bridge

    This winding road that connects all the islands is one of the most scenic drives you’ll ever have and offers beautiful views of the emerald waters.

  2. Dive through coral reefs

    The Florida Keys is home to the only living coral reef in the USA. It lies only a few miles seaward and extends for 4 miles. The densest part of the reef is found seaward of Key Largo.

  3. Hemingway Home and Museum

    While on Key West take a trip to the famous author’s tropical holiday home. There’s a 30 minute tour led by a group of enthusiastic literary lovers that runs every 15 minutes.

  4. Dry Tortugas National Park

    Take a day trip to these seven historical islands that lie 70 miles west of Key West. Here you’ll find the Fort Jefferson National Monument as well as coral reefs that lie just 10 feet from the shore.

  5. Watch the sunset

    If you ask anyone who has visited the Florida Keys what was the most break-taking part, they will say watching the sun set into the Caribbean Sea. Settle down on one of the many beaches and let this natural wonder take over you.

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Currency: US Dollars ($)
Flying time from UK: 10 1/2 Hours
Primary Language: English
Passport & Visas: Brits must have a full 10-year British Passport that's valid for six months after you return to the UK.
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Our Expert Says

Although this is not the go to tourist spot in Florida it is a definite must see!

Gareth - Digital Content Editor