HEAD SOUTH FROM MIAMI TO BISCAYNE NATIONAL PARK
for excellent sailing in the bay, which is protected from strong offshore currents, as well as diving and seasonal fishing.
VISIT THE LEGENDARY KEY LARGO
known to some as the Diving Capital of the World, it is home to the US’s first undersea park and hosts the world’s largest artificial reef, the 155m USS Spiegel Grove.
DROP ANCHOR AT INDIAN KEY TO VISIT THE HISTORIC STATE PARK
a once-inhabited islet that was the Dade County seat in the 1830s until it was burned down by local indigenous tribes people. Today, it makes an excellent stop for a dinner with a view.
SOAK UP THE VIBRANT COLONIAL AMBIANCE
in Key West, with its range of shopping, museums, art galleries and theatres to accompany the huge number of water-based activities including sailing, diving, snorkeling, kayaking and dolphin encounters and Fort Jefferson and Dry Tortugas.