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10 Fun Stops to Make on an Overseas Highway Road Trip

Formerly known as the “Highway That Goes to Sea,” Florida’s Overseas Highway runs from Miami all the way down to the Florida Keys, ending in Key West. It’s the southernmost leg of Highway US 1, and it follows the route of the old Florida East Coast Railroad that operated between 1912 and 1935. It’s also…

The Best Tiki Bars in the Florida Keys

  Nothing says Florida Keys like tiki bars. Thatched-roof huts, hula girl figurines, and cocktails served out of pineapples and coconuts – you can’t go wrong with these fun and funky establishments. You don’t have to travel to Hawaii for a dose of Polynesian culture. The islands from Key Largo all the way to Key…

Kid-Friendly Things to Do on Your Trip to the Florida Keys

Planning a family vacation should be fun… but if you have young children or kids of varying ages who all enjoy different activities, it can be a major challenge to choose a family-friendly vacation destination. Enter the Florida Keys: 125 miles of tropical islands, pristine beaches, and crystal-clear waters promise fun and excitement for all…

Best Snorkeling in the Keys [13 Spots]

Snorkeling is a must-do activity on any trip to the Florida Keys. Vibrant sea life, exotic coral, and vast sponge gardens come alive in the warm blue waters of the Keys. From offshore spots to reefs accessible directly from the beach, there are so many places in the Florida Keys to don your mask and…

Visit the Best Beaches in the Florida Keys

The best beaches in the Florida Keys are right at your fingertips! Whether you’re planning a day trip from Miami or staying in Key West, powdery white sand, crystalline water, and lush palm trees await you at dozens of immaculate Florida Keys beaches. Though they’re best known for warm, cerulean waters and ample snorkeling spots,…

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