Florida: Key West Overseas Highway Self-Driving Tour
- Small group
- Valid: 365 days
- Optional audio guide
From US$ 10.55
From US$ 10.55
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.
Begin your sunshine-filled journey just an hour outside Miami, Florida: on Key Largo. This is the first of the Keys, or islands, that lead down to popular Key West. Begin this 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 p...
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 rent...
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Great app for seeing some of the sites on the drive to Key West.