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Key West: Reef Snorkel Morning Tour with Breakfast & Mimosas

1. Key West: Reef Snorkel Morning Tour with Breakfast & Mimosas

Hop onboard your catamaran for the morning then set sail onto Key West’s glistening turquoise waters towards the third longest reef in the world. During the cruise, soak up epic views of the coastline and snack on a delicious, light breakfast accompanied by mimosas. Upon arrival at the snorkel site, get kitted out with all the necessary gear and listen to a safety briefing. Afterwards, make a splash as you jump into the refreshing, crystal clear water. Follow your instructor as you navigate this impressive coral reef and snorkel in search of colorful marine life. During the experience, enjoy the opportunity to see some of Key West’s 110 species of coral and 500 species of tropical fish. At the end of an epic adventure, relax on deck, grab a beer, and soak up the last of the coastal views as you sail back to port.

Ghosts & Gravestones Tour of Key West

2. Ghosts & Gravestones Tour of Key West

Many find Key West a strange place during the day; but after the sun sets, the restless souls of the island’s frightful past begin to stir. On this 1-hour ghost tour, you will hear all-but-forgotten tales as you travel the dark and narrow streets of the Old Town. Pass 19th-century wooden houses that hold secret stories of former inhabitants; stories so tragic and chilling, you’ll soon see why Key West was named one of the top 10 most haunted cities in America. Your Ghost Host will add a pinch of humor to Key West's dark side with tales of deathly love, tragic endings, scores to settle, wrongs to right and ghastly folk - some so strange it will be hard to believe they’re true…

Key West: Rum and Reggae Afternoon Snorkel and Sunset

3. Key West: Rum and Reggae Afternoon Snorkel and Sunset

Enjoy 2 exciting activities in 1 trip as you snorkel North America’s only living reef system from a spacious catamaran, enjoying the rhythmic sounds of reggae music in tropical waters. Then, watch the sunset over the horizon! Climb aboard the state-of-the-art catamaran from the most luxurious fleet in the Florida Keys. Upon arrival at the reef, get assistance and instructions from the friendly crew before you descend “the stairway to the sea.” Discover the wonders of the aquatic environment and its pristine coral reefs, and snorkel among an abundance of marine life, including tropical species found nowhere else on earth. Upon completion of your snorkeling adventure, enjoy some complimentary rum punch, a signature tropical beverage, beer, wine and champagne. Then, leave your worries behind as you sail off into Key West’s famous sunset. Feel the warm ocean breeze as you watch a magnificent sunset. Toast the end of another perfect day in paradise as you see the sun slowly disappear beyond the horizon.

Key West: Glass-Bottom Boat Reef Eco-Tour

4. Key West: Glass-Bottom Boat Reef Eco-Tour

Explore dramatic underwater vistas generally reserved for scuba divers from a glass-bottom boat. You will have the opportunity to see North America’s only living coral reef, one of the most biologically diverse marine ecosystems in the world. Along the trip, an experienced captain and crew will provide a unique and informative eco-tour and point out some of the most interesting marine life that inhabit the waters of this incredible island. The special glass, a “window to the reef”, provides continuous viewing for all passengers. The Glass Bottom Boat offers a seated sun deck and air-conditioned, enclosed viewing area as well as restrooms and a snack bar. The catamaran’s twin hull design allows for maximum stability. The boat is designed to allow maximum viewing with minimum stress to the delicate reef.

Key West: 2.5-Hour Duval Street Pub Crawl

5. Key West: 2.5-Hour Duval Street Pub Crawl

Come along and do the pub crawl down Duval Street, Key West. This street is famous for its party scene, with the bars always rocking day and night on this small island. Throughout your pub crawl you will experience some of the most famous and entertaining drinking establishments in the Florida Keys. This 2.5-hour event happens on the world famous Duval Street. Everyone will have a choice of a domestic beer or mixed drink at all five bars visited, and you will also receive a free souvenir t-shirt to commemorate the event. Experience all the sites and bars of Key West with your "professional enablers" as you embark on your party in paradise. Whether it's the casual Keys atmosphere, live music, or Caribbean drinks you are after, your crawl is sure to be an adventure to remember.

Florida Keys: Dockside Dolphin Experience

6. Florida Keys: Dockside Dolphin Experience

Feed, play and interact with real-life dolphins. This program is perfect for families with young children that don’t mind getting splashed but aren’t ready to be in the water with these friendly faces. The dolphins will be ready to greet you dockside. Prior to meeting the beloved mammals, you’ll get a brief educational session on the world of dolphins, conservation, and a mini demonstration on proper hand placements for each kind of dolphin behavior. Next, feed and play with dolphins from the dry training docks. Guests will also get the opportunity to have some fun playtime interaction, which can be semi-customized to better enhance each guest or group. You’ll even have your own talented photographers capturing your experience throughout the program.

The Dark Side of Key West Adults Only Walking Tour

7. The Dark Side of Key West Adults Only Walking Tour

Explore the spooky side of Key West on this ghost-themed adults-only walking tour that visits the city’s popular haunted spots. Become a history buff after learning about the historic events and figures that helped shape the unique culture of Key West. On this adult’s only option that focuses on Key West’s dark and salacious past, you'll discuss Count Von Cosel, Robert the Doll, and The Hemingway House. Hear all about the grisly murders, suicides, demonic deeds, and learn about the fascinating hauntings at each place. Find out the true stories behind these locations and more from a guide who is an expert on the dark, haunted history of Key West.

Key West: Bone Island Haunted Pub Crawl

8. Key West: Bone Island Haunted Pub Crawl

"Cayo Hueso" in Key West, as it was originally named, translates to "Bone Key" or "Bone Island". On this haunted pub crawl you will experience why Key West is consistently ranked as one of the top five most-haunted cities in America. Crawl along as you delve into some of the more spirited pubs of Old Town. You'll discover Key West's history of cursed treasure, voodoo, murder, suicide, haunted mansions, unexplained deaths, and more. Your professional "ghost host" will introduce you to the darkest side of Bone Island, and after 3 haunted pubs you will be issued a souvenir t-shirt before being released into the night.

Key West Shipwreck Treasure Museum Tickets

9. Key West Shipwreck Treasure Museum Tickets

Since the first Spanish galleons began to traverse the Florida Straits in the 16th century, ships have wrecked along the treacherous reefs of Key West and the Florida Keys. Now, you can learn all about the area’s maritime past with a trip to the Key West Shipwreck Treasures Museum. Wrecking and salvaging – the recovery of wrecked ships and their cargo – was the foundation of Key West’s economy during the 1800s. The economic boom it created meant that by the mid-1850s, Key West had become the richest city per capita in all of the United States of America. Learn the history of the region’s shipwrecking past at the Key West Shipwreck Treasures Museum, with two floors of genuine recovered artifacts. See pieces of wrecked Spanish fleets dating back to the 1600s and 1700s, as well as pieces from the Isaac Allerton, wrecked way back in 1856. Guests can even lift a silver bar, which was salvaged from the Spanish treasure galleon Nuestra Senora de las Maravillas. The museum itself is a recreation of the 19th century wrecker tycoon Asa Tift’s warehouse, and includes a 65-foot look-out tower. At the Historeum, you can also expect storytellers in period costumes and an array of audio visual displays that brings the history of Key West to life.

Truman Little White House: Key West

10. Truman Little White House: Key West

Presidents, Prime Ministers and royalty have visited the Harry S. Truman Little White House in Key West. You can be next by taking a tour of this stunning historic building. No trip to Key West is complete without seeing the Harry S. Truman Little White House. Built in 1890 as quarters for the Naval Base Commander and Paymaster, the Little White House has now taken its place in history. In 1912, President William Taft visited the house, and in 1918, Thomas Edison lived there for several months as he worked on inventing new weapons for the war effort. Always at work, the President met with the Joint Chiefs of Staff, worked on the Marshall Plan and the Truman Doctrine, and continually attended to his duties while enjoying the magnificent setting in Key West. It's said that he was friendly with the locals and fit right into the island lifestyle. Today, visitors from all over the world are able to get a glimpse into Truman’s world, see where he and Bess entertained guests, where critical meetings were held, and how the business of our government was conducted in this lovely historic building.

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What people are saying about Florida Keys

Briana was excellent. She had so much knowledge about Key West and a wonderful sense of humor. There was so much food that we elected to share one piece of Key Lime Pie at the last place we visited. The pie was excellent but we were too full!! Here's why..a mahi taco, a Cuban sandwich, lobster Mac and cheese, shrimp with a few sips of wine!! All this while learning all about the history of Key West.

This was a great trip. Was a little disappointed that we had to change locations of the snorkeling because of the weather, not their fault of course but other than that we had a great time. I do recommend eating a little something before since the light breakfast is just a muffin. The crew were great and the mimosas were good. Highly recommend this experience.

Worth the ticket price. The staffs are helpful and knowledgeable. We went as a family and all of us enjoyed the trip

Very informative, and the smaller attendance was more personal.

Our guide was great. The tour was very informative