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Best things to do in Florida Keys

National Park
“The Everglades National Park offers a unique opportunity to observe the unspoiled wilderness”
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“America's Everglades - The largest subtropical wilderness in the United States. Everglades National Park protects an unparalleled landscape that provides important habitat for numerous rare and endang”
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“Go kayaking or get a boat to dive or snorkel in the Jesus Christmas underwater statue full of tropical colorfull fish's and coral reefs. Or rent your own boat and take your family fising at one our many reefs. Take your fish to restaurants and they will can it and serve it to you with all the other timings needed to enjoy your own local fresh fish. ”
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State / Provincial Park
“We love it here just a 10 min drive to their Private beach, breathtaking views, amazing service and food with a one of a kind ambient.”
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“A Keys place to go this is one of the nicest state parks in Florida with amazing beaches and so much history. A tarpon anglers dream, the trails and bridge are a favorite photo hotspot. ”
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Hafen / Marina
“I highly recommend this place. Besides having a restaurant and bar by the water, it is a unique place to feed Tarpons. There's a small fee to access to the dock and to buy a bucket of sardines to feed the Tarpons. These are huge fish that come out to the water to feed from your hand. Lots of fun for all ages. There are a lot of small shops in the property selling all sorts of Keys arts and crafts. You can also rent kayaks and paddle to Indian Key just on the other side of the bridge. You can actually dock on Indian key and walk around the former ancient indian settlement.”
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Tourist Information Center
“Not the most visited part of the Everglades. If you can rent a place to stay overnight you would be able to see the sun rise and the sun set from the same vantage point. Very nice when the weather is dry. You don't want to go when mosquitoes. are out unless you like the hot, humidity and pesky creatures. It's called Flamingo Park. Ask for more information there. There's a great place on the way called Robert is Here where you can get great shakes and local fruit. It's usually packed.”
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“Low-key waterfront setting for seafood, plus a tiki bar, live music & tarpon feedings.”
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“Come two hours before sundown and watch the square turn into street performers everywhere! And then turn your attention to the beautiful, picture perfect sunset! ”
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“A long time local food and drink establishment located on the waterfront in Stock Island. Scene is busy and fun. A little on the touristy side and can be crowded since it was featured on some TV show (I didn't pay attention to the show). Some folks LOVE the food and they do have very FRESH FISH meals (be specific and ask though otherwise you may be getting the 'other stuff') Being a long time resident, I feel it has dropped in quality but still pretty good. Whether before or after the meal, you really gotta walk the dock. This is where the Stock Island character and characters can often be found. There are usually craftsmen working on projects in their spaces that they often work/live in.”
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History Museum
“A must when you're in Key West. The tour gives a lot of Key West history, interesting details about Ernest's life, and you can even pet the six-toed cats!”
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“Famous for waterside seating and great view, live music, pool tables, bar games and fantastic drinks! ”
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“Wild Bird Sanctuary is home to over one hundred non-releasable, permanent bird residents as well as wild birds including hawks, owls, vultures, pelicans, terns, gulls, herons, spoonbills, and many more. Admission is free, but donations are gladly accepted”
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“It’s far as heck and it’s weird, but you gotta hit Coral Castle at least once. Built by Edward Leedskalnin between 1923 and 1951, Coral Castle consists of over​ 1,100 tons of mysteriously sculpted coral rock – all supposedly created by Leedskalnin alone. Some say he built Coral Castle as a tribute to unrequited love. Others think he had supernatural assistance. Either way, the Coral Castle is an only-in-Miami experience that you have to cross off your list.”
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“Southern most winery in the US, ranked number 6 on TripAdvisor. It produces tropical fruit wines. You can take a tour of the facilities, have a wine tasting or purchase a bottle... or 2. Great as gifts. Also, the Redlander Restaurant provides a delicious farm to table cuisine. This is a great stop in Homestead, on the way down to the Keys.”
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“Popular for beer selection, cocktails, sports, live music, bar games and quiz nights! ”
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