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About Key West

This Florida destination is also known as the Conch Republic with a Bohemian atmosphere and carefree existence. Even when staying in hotel alternatives like inns, tourists can expect resort-style amenities with spa tubs for two, bamboo ceiling fans, and private pools. French doors open to verandas decorated with tropical foliage and guests can rest on swings for viewing the famous sunsets.

Experience Key West Attractions

Make the most of the adventures of Key West with accommodations within strolling distance to museums, beaches, and more. A trolley system provides a unique tour of the Old Town. The historical home of Ernest Hemingway is on display along with botanical gardens and state parks.

  • Ernest Hemingway House: One of the prolific authors of our time chose the center of Key West to call home in a two story French Colonial. Descendants of his pet cats still live on the grounds. The first pool ever built on the island and a tropical garden filled with plants he sent from Cuba are part of a 30-minute guided tour. Just steps away is the Key West Lighthouse with daily tours available that take visitors up 88 steps to the top.
  • Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory: A treat awaits bird watchers and those who enjoy butterflies. There are more than 50 global species housed in this glass habitat and lush exotic garden. Birds such as zebra finches, Chinese painted quail, and others fly freely around the facility. Man-made waterfalls and a nature center are more fun features.
  • Fort Zachary Taylor State Park: This Civil War fort is now a museum of military history with daily tours. Visitors can meander on a nature trail or head to the public beach with water temperatures in the 80s. Picnicking, snorkeling, and fishing are more activities to appreciate. Come early in the morning and stay to watch the sun fall below the horizon.

Enjoy Fresh Seafood Cuisine and Nightlife

Duval Street is to home the daily catch of the island. There are succulent dishes of a diverse variety of fish including snapper, wahoo, and others. Taste shellfish such as oysters and conch raw or cooked to perfection. Hang out at the original Margaritaville and polish off a few Big Ritas before moving to Sloppy Joes. Do not let the name fool you; this is a historic bar with bragging rights to famous drink of its own. End the night or afternoon in Mallory Square at the north of the street with more sights and sounds including daily sunset celebrations. This is also the port-of-call for cruise ships heading to points in the Caribbean.

Deep Sea Dive North America’s Coral Reef

The gateway to the Keys is the city of Key Largo. It is home to the only North American reef with John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park providing a plethora of activities for every age group. Ride on the glass bottom boats, scuba dive or go snorkeling, and explore the underwater park. Notable landmarks include Grecian Rocks and the SS Benwood.

The Tropical Climate in Key West

Annual temperatures average in the mid-80s six months of the year. The rest of the time, tourists revel in 70-degree weather with little rain. January is the coolest month with temperatures dipping to the mid- 60s. Packing checklists should include attire for non-stop beach action.

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