Includes: Transportation “Miami to Key West and Key West to Miami” the same day + Glass Bottom Boat
KEY WEST TRIP DESCRIPTION Take this 4 hour ride across 43 bridges and 31 islands to the “America’s Caribbean Islands.” The Florida Keys, a string of islands and islets bordered by the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. Once in Key West experience a Caribbean atmosphere complete with street artists, outdoor cafes and restaurants. Spend some time & explore Key West on your own. You may visit Ernest Hemingway’s House, The Southernmost point of the continental U.S.(the famous “90 miles to Cuba” Monument), The Mel Fisher Museum, the Light House Museum, Ripley’s Believe It Or Not Museum or Mallory Square to mention a few. (tickets not included). You may also choose to includes one of our most popular choices of thinghs to do while in Key West as the snorkeling trip, the glass bottom boat ride or the Hop on Hop off trolley.
GLASS BOTTOM BOAT DESCRIPTION Explore dramatic underwater vistas generally reserved for scuba divers. A wide variety of fish and other sea creatures await you as you gaze into the underwater world of Key West. Fury’s Glass Bottom Boat, The Pride of Key West, offers passengers a smooth ride on our modern Catamaran, seated sun deck and an air-conditioned, enclosed viewing area as well as restrooms and a snack bar.
- Miami to Key West Distance: 170 Miles (272 Kilometers)
- Departure dates: Daily
- Tour Duration: Approximately 14 hours
- Departure time: 7:30 AM.
- Departure Point: Complementary hotel pickup within Sunny Isles Beach, Miami Beach & Downtown Miami
- Arrival to Key West: approximately 12:00 AM.
- Departure Time from Key West: 5:30 PM
- Departure Point in Key West: Across the street from Flagler Station; Bus Stop located at 908 Caroline Street, Key West, FL.
- Key West is the only frost free City in the Continental United States and famous for it’s subtropical climate.
- Snow has never been reported in Key West
- Key West is closer to Cuba than Miami.
- In 1870 Key West was the richest and biggest City in Florida.
- Highway 1 connected 31 Islands with 43 bridges, the longest is the 7 miles along.
- Often you can see the leftovers from Flagler’s train to Key West