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Florida: Key West Overseas Highway Self-Driving Tour

1. Florida: Key West Overseas Highway Self-Driving Tour

Begin your sunshine-filled journey just an hour outside Miami, Florida: on Key Largo. Start the scenic 100-mile drive bypassing the ‘African Queen’, the iconic Hollywood riverboat. Follow in the historical footsteps of the Overseas Railroad to Plantation Key, the smuggler's haven. While there, check out Big Betsy, the giant lobster, and Theatre of the Sea, home of the original dolphin shows. Continue through Isla Morada while learning about the hurricanes, ecosystems, and wildlife of the tropical Florida Keys. Explore Anne’s Beach, Long Key, and Marathon, each of which contains unique attractions. Cross over the iconic Seven Mile Bridge and make sure to check out Fred the Tree, the famous spirit of the Keys. Journey past Pigeon Key and Geiger Beach until you reach the most famous Key of all: Key West. In popular Key West, discover Mallory Square, Truman’s White House, the Hemingway Home, Tennessee Williams’ House, and the historic lighthouse. Wrap up your tour at the Southernmost Point of the Continental US.

Miami: Seaplane Tour to the Keys Dining Experience

2. Miami: Seaplane Tour to the Keys Dining Experience

Escape to Islamorada, the village of islands where back-country sport fishing and saltwater fly fishing were pioneered. You will fly out to the only place on earth where it is possible to catch a sailfish offshore. You will also have the opportunity to pursue bonefish, tarpon, and redfish in just inches of water in this back-country setting. Islamorada is not only the sport fishing capital of the world, but you can also find unique experiences, soft adventure and live music. You will have a pre-arranged casual dining experience for you as well, allowing you to enjoy a meal in this picturesque setting. There will be outdoor seating with water views available, which are a favorite among tourists and locals alike. After your exciting day out on the water, you will be flown comfortably back to Miami in the seaplane.

Islamorada: Private Charter in The Florida Keys

3. Islamorada: Private Charter in The Florida Keys

Enjoy Islamorada with a self-guided eco-adventure on a private sightseeing charter. Explore the waters of Florida Bay, and make a stop at the Islamorada sandbar. Stay on board for a dry tour, stop off at the Mangrove islands to snorkel, or just float in the shallow waters with an innertube. Discover the Florida Keys in the best way, from the water. With your private charter, allow your captain to customize your trip, making it perfect for anyone. If you're feeling adventurous, embark on an eco-adventure to the Mangrove islands and try out the snorkeling equipment. Plunge into an underwater expedition and experience another world. Spot schools of fish, ocean coral reefs, Moray Eels, and even some turtles. Stop at different locations, including the Founder's Park rock wall, and the Islamorada sandbar. For those who just want to relax, use the boat as a resting point while floating in the shallow waters. Take a dry tour and try to spot dolphins, sea turtles, manatees, stingrays, sea birds, crabs, small sharks, and so much more.

From Miami: Key Largo & Islamorada Private Open-Top Bus Tour

4. From Miami: Key Largo & Islamorada Private Open-Top Bus Tour

Take a private day trip to visit the Keys’ numerous islands, from Key Largo to Islamorada. After pickup at your hotel in Miami or Miami Beach, drive to Key Largo, the northernmost island of the Keys that was made famous by the film Key Largo, starring Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall. On Key Largo, stop at the Caribbean Club bar, which will be uncannily familiar to fans of the Bloodline TV series. Enjoy the bar’s surroundings and soak up the atmosphere of one of the rare less-touristy venues in the area. After Key Largo, move on to Islamorada, a smaller and quieter key than Key Largo and Key West. Find out why Islamorada is known as the “world capital of recreational fishing,” and discover the largest fishing fleet by square meter in the world. While on Islamorada, make a stop at Robbie’s, which offers a wide range of nautical activities. These include fishing, free-diving, boat rentals, eco-tours, and, most importantly, feeding the tarpons, the main attraction of the establishment for over 30 years. Robbie’s also has souvenir shops, stalls selling locally handcrafted goods, and the restaurant Hungry Tarpon where you can have lunch (not included). At the end of your tour, you’ll be returned to your hotel in Miami or Miami Beach.

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What people are saying about Islamorada

This was a great way to learn about the surrounding area while driving to Key West. We stopped at multiple places along the way because of the app and we didn’t regret a single one. Take your time and enjoy! Some of my favorite memories are because of the stops we made.

App worked as expected and gave a great overview of sites as we approached them. Offered good suggestions on places to stop along the way.

The app was very easy to use and very helpful. I would recommend using this app to learn about the area and the sites to see.

Love that its a stop and go tour. And it automaticly plays when you pass by hte spot.

Lots of fun information for the long drive to Key Wedg!