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Florida Keys: Sunshine Awaits

The Florida keys is world-famous for its crystal clear water with coral reefs, unbelievable snorkeling and so much more. With our Florida Keys vacation packages, you can get there, stay there and save when you book your flights and hotel stay together. And remember, Vacations by Marriott is the only place you can book a complete vacation with airfare and earn Marriott BonvoyTM points!
Sunrise in Key West

Frequently Asked Questions

Starting our journey from the northernmost point, Key Largo is a must-visit destination for divers and snorkelers. John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park is a highlight.

Continuing south, Islamorada captivates visitors with its laid-back charm and world-class fishing. Known as the "Sport Fishing Capital of the World,".

The Turtle Hospital, the Dolphin Research Center allows visitors to interact with dolphins.
Big Pine Key stands out with its tranquil atmosphere and the enchanting Key Deer National Wildlife Refuge.

The renowned Mallory Square offers spectacular sunset views and sight of the elusive Green Flash when the sun sinks below the horizon.

The wet season typically lasts from May to October when tourists can expect sudden afternoon showers and thunderstorms.

On the other hand, the dry season, which runs from November to April. The humidity is lower, and temperatures average around 75 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit (24 to 27 degrees Celsius).
For those seeking to avoid crowds, the months of November and December, as well as April and May, tend to be less crowded. 

From January to March, this time is marked by popular events and festivals, such as the Key West Food and Wine Festival and the lively Hemingway Days.

It's important to note that hurricane season runs from June to November in the Keys, with the highest chances of storms occurring between August and October.

1. Explore Key West:  Discover Old Town, visit historic landmarks, and enjoy  nightlife.

2. Visit Dry Tortugas National Park: Take a ferry or seaplane to explore historic Fort Jefferson.

3. Swim with Dolphins: Dive into the depths of the ocean and encounter with dolphin.

4. Snorkel at John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park

5. Take a Glass Bottom Boat Tour: glass bottom boat tour to coral formations and colorful fish .

6. Enjoy Water Sports: Kayaking, paddleboarding, jet skiing, parasailing, or kiteboarding.

7. Go Deep-Sea Fishing: Join a fishing charter.

8. Visit the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum

9. Explore the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail: Embark on a biking or hiking adventure from Key Largo to Key West.

10. Sample Key Lime Pie:  Dessert of the Florida Keys, Key Lime Pie.

11. Dive the Vandenberg Wreck: a former military ship intentionally sunk to create an artificial reef.

12. Visit the Turtle Hospital

13. Join a Sunset Cruise

14. Visit the Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory

15. Explore Bahia Honda State Park

16. Visit the Dolphin Research Center

17. Explore the History of Diving Museum

18. Take a Sunset Kayak Tour

19. Visit the Southernmost Point Buoy: Head to the iconic red, black, and yellow buoy marking the southernmost point of the continental United States.

20. Go on a Helicopter Tour: view of the picturesque islands, coral reefs, and turquoise waters.

21. Explore the History of Fort Zachary Taylor State Park

22. Scuba Dive with Sharks: Join a scuba diving excursion to encounter creatures of the sea, including sharks.

23. Visit the Key West Art and Historical Society

24. Take a Seaplane Tour: Enjoy a thrilling seaplane ride and marvel at the islands.

25. Explore the Seven Mile Bridge: Drive or bike across the Seven Mile Bridge.

26. Enjoy Fresh Seafood

27. Relax and Unwind

The Florida Keys offer many activities and attractions that cater to all kinds of travelers. Whether you seek adventure, nature exploration, history, or simply relaxation, the Florida Keys will provide an unforgettable experience.