Relax in the Florida Keys – from diving excursions in Key Largo to the vibrant nightlife of Key West.
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Florida Keys holidays are blessed with peaceful waters and a beautiful tropical reef ecosystem. Book a fly-drive and make your way down the Overseas Highway, staying in one of our hotels along the way. Driving from island to island on the US1, with emerald waters on either side, is all part of the Florida keys experience.
More than 400 islands make up the 150-mile key chain. Key Largo is the largest island and is closest to Miami. It is perfect for families, with plenty of attractions to keep everyone entertained. You can swim with dolphins, visit the John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park or simply enjoy the water sports. Islamorada is the sport-fishing capital of the world and is a mecca for divers too. Duck Key provides a tranquil, luxurious islet resort with salt-water canals. Key West is the southernmost point in the US and has the lion’s share of the nightlife.
Get in touch with one of nature's friendliest mammals on this relaxing 3-hour dolphin cruise from Key West. Sail alongside playful dolphins and take in the spectacular scenery before enjoying a snorkel trip through the Florida Keys' backcountry waters. Explore the underwater world and discover a variety of vibrant tropical fish. You don't have to be an expert swimmer, because the crew will provide you with guidance and top-of-the-line gear including mask, fins, snorkel and a float if you wish.
The hop-on hop-off trolley tour of Key West is a fantastic way to explore this historic island. Sit back and relax while your expert tour guide turns back the pages of history to the days of Indians, pirates, wreckers and the Civil War. Get a full picture of Key West on a hop-on hop-off trolley tour. The history of this tropical, southernmost island in the continental U.S. is fascinating. This is Key West's most comprehensive tour, covering more than 100 points of interest.
See the only living coral barrier reef in the continental United States on this two-hour glass-bottom boat tour from Key West. As you relax on the cruise, look down below your feet to see the reef, which is teeming with tropical fish, hard and soft corals, sponges, snails, jellyfish, anemones, crabs, lobsters, rays, sea turtles, nurse sharks and other sea life. Upgrade to the sunset cruise to enjoy Champagne and soft drinks as you watch the sunset.
Spot dolphins playing and swimming along the boat and snorkel over shipwrecks and coral reefs. The spacious catamaran offers plenty of room to relax. The first stop is the wild dolphin playground, where you will see dolphins swimming, feeding, jumping, courting each other, playing and, if you're lucky, caring for their babies. Then it's on to snorkelling, with equipment and instruction. After snorkelling, replenish with complimentary tropical fruit tray, snacks, soft drinks, ice-cold beer and wine (for over 21’s) during the relaxing cruise back to Key West.
Ride Key West's Conch Tour Train, a proud tribute to Henry Flagler's engineering miracle in the early 1900s, when he brought the first railroad to the Florida island. Learn about the important historical figures who became captivated by the island, such as John James Audubon, Ernest Hemingway and Harry S Truman. From bold Spanish explorers to the great cigar barons, you will be transported back to the exciting railroad days of the early 1900s.
High Life climbs aboard the Holy Ship luxury liner to find out why festivals at sea are making waves.