- Take a scenic ride to Key West from Miami
- In Key West be sure to visit Mallory Square by the historic waterfront
- Upgrade and add a 2-hour glass-bottom boat ride visiting the coral reef
- Add on a Hop-on hop-off, fully narrated Trolley Tour to your Key West adventure
- Select the Conch Train option for a fun ride around Old Town
- Snorkeling cruise to the coral reef via catamaran is also an upgrade option
- Add on parasailing and soar above the emerald blue waters of Key West
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Upgrade and combine your Key West visit with a glass bottom boat ride, a hop-on hop-off tour, a Conch Train ride, a snorkeling cruise or parasailing to your Key West trip.
Key West Glass-Bottom Boat
Discover the 3rd largest reef in the world on this Key West Glass-Bottom Boat ride. The reef is home to a variety of plants and animals.
Key West Hop-on Hop-off Tour
Enjoy a fully narrated guided hop-on hop-off, Trolley Tour of Key West! The trolley makes stops at all the must-see places in Key West. You can jump off, visit the sights and re-board all day long.
Perfect for first time visitors, the fully narrated Conch Train Tour of Key West is a fun way to explore and learn about the island. Climb aboard and see the sights as the quaint open-air train winds through Old Town Key West.
Key West Snorkeling Cruise
Take 3-hour snorkeling cruise in a 65-foot catamaran to the coral reef for a chance to discover a whole new world underwater. You can even snorkel this reef year round because of its warm and tropical waters. Snorkel gear and alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages on the catamaran are included.
Key West Parasailing
Soar above the emerald blue waters of Key West while enjoying breathtaking bird's eye views of this island paradise. Float on a tropical breeze as one of our state-of-the-art, parasailing boats of 12 passengers glides you past amazing panoramic sights of the southernmost city that can only be seen from the air. Minimum age: 6 years old.
Reviewed by Mariana d, May 2013
This is a long day but worth every second!! Tour operator was very good.
Reviewed by Jennifer W, May 2013
First things first, this is a long bus ride. Close to 4 hours. However the ride is beautiful and 6 hours in Key West was worth it. We did have one stop on the way for breakfast and bathrooms. Once in Key West, you get 6 hours to do whatever you want. My husband and I went to the shipwreck museum, the aquarium (highly recommend!), had lunch at Two Friends (conch fritters, mahi mahi and frozen drinks), walked along the wharf and had Key Lime Pie at the Key Lime Pie Co. Key West is a fun, quirky walkable place. Chickens run across the road, people are on bikes and scooters, etc...