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The Florida Keys

Just this side of paradise (and a bit south of Miami) lies a chain of coral islands; The Florida Keys.

Visit the Florida Keys for as low as $49.00* per person (one way) or $75.00* per person (round-trip same day)

Above rates are NET, from… per person and do NOT include gratuity for the driver & tolls. Price may vary depending on vehicle and/or destination and number of travelers. Above rates are based on departures from Fort Lauderdale or Miami (fee may apply for departure from other cities/counties: Palm Beach or others). Subject to availability. Prices are subject to change without prior notice. Additional premium on week-ends. Same day round-trip, maximum 12 hour service.

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Key Largo, the island is legendary for its lore of pirates and sunken treasures; today countless visitors have discovered that the real treasure of Key Largo lies offshore — in its world-class diving. Fresh seafood, of course, is the specialty here, and no seafood lover should leave without sampling the sumptuous bounty of the local waters. The island is also dotted with colorful shopping areas filled with "Keys-style" merchandise.

A bit farther south, the quiet town of Tavernier lies along the Overseas Highway. Apparently Tavernier got its name from thirsty sailors from nearby Plantation Key! There, the sailors stopped to load their ships with fruit from the pineapple plantations and then went looking for some grog before returning to sea. Tavernier became known as such because there was always a tavern near. Now visitors can stop by this charming hamlet and tour a restored turn-of-the-century home, church and postal office.

Hundreds of years ago, Spanish explorers sailed by Islamorada, saw the purple hue of its coastline (from the lavender shells of sea snails) and gave it its name. Islamorada means "purple isles" in Spanish. Islamorada (pronounced EYE-la-mor-AH-da) is the self-proclaimed "Sportfishing Capital of the World." Islamorada offers a number of attractions in addition to fabulous fishing.

Located as the mid-point of the Keys, Marathon justly deserves its appellation of "Heart of the Keys." What began as a tiny fishing village in the early 1800s has become a bustling metropolis replete with shopping malls, a country club, hotels, motels, and restaurants ranging from elegant to express. Marathon boasts tarpon, sailfish, dolphin, and bonefish tournaments throughout the year.

Only 90 miles from Cuba and 150 from Miami, Key West is truly the end of the line. Key West has become a place where people escape from the rat race to join the race for the freest, the "funniest" and the most flamboyant. What other place has more bars — along with more churches — per capita than anywhere else in the country.

Key West is an island that never stops. Sunset in Key West is more than a time of day; it's a happening — a special time when hundreds of people gather on the docks at Mallory Square along with musicians, entertainers and vendors. Ernest Hemingway made his home in Key West for more than 10 years, writing, frequenting local bars or fishing. Tour his home, surrounded by exotic plants and scores of the cats that the writer loved.

Key West, the southernmost point of the United States, embraces a fascinating mix of history, eccentricity and lush island charm. Civil War era forts, famous writer's homes, sidewalk cafés, and outrageous folks all add to the atmosphere of life on island time.

Source: Florida travel guide

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