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Key West has an undeniable tropical, island vibe complete with powdery sand, clear blue waters, and picturesque sunsets.  Rich in history hosting, has tons of local artistry and infamous dining options ranging from five-star gourmet to raw bars. The natural “go with the flow” attitude of the locals coupled with the buzzing nightlife and seemingly endless happy hour on Duval Street ensures its visitors are guaranteed to have a time to remember.

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Islamorada is only a mere 90 minutes south of Miami and is known as the Sportfishing capital of the world. Although fishing is the main activity in Islamorada, there are many other activities to do If you want to relax on the water all day, you may love to stop by a sandbar where water is crystal clear and knee deep.

Visitors will be sure to find many restaurants where you can park your boat, and go for a nice lunch or dinner.



‘The Diving Capital of the World’ due to a vast living coral reef that is located just a few miles offshore.

John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park is famous for scuba diving, snorkeling, and fishing.
Key largo has a laid back charm with tons of delicious local dining options. Noted for their local fisheries with an abundance of fresh local fish and shellfish.

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