Florida Keys Diving & Snorkeling

Looe Key is just 4 miles south of the beautiful paradise retreat, Little Palm Island. Clear waters and abundant fishlife make this the most popular lower Keys dive spot. Most of the finger reef formations can be explored in 25-30 feet of water and the coral reaches close enugh to the surface to delight snorkelers equally.

A very popular attraction in the lower keys is Dolphin Swimming in Key West with Captain Seaweed Charters. An eco tour will introduce you the fragile eco system of the keys, and your captain and guide Donna Fielder will show you Osprey Nests and other wildlife along the way to meet the dolphin. A snorkeling trip on the reef or Family Fun Fishing is included in the charter.

The keys are famous for their sunsets and there's no better way to see one than on the water. Board Fury Cat for a Sunset Cruise past Key West's traditional Sunset Celebration on Mallory Square and cap off a perfect day.


Florida Keys visitors frequently include a trip to the mainland to visit the Everglades, an eco-system unlike any other in the world. The River of Grass is best seen from an Airboat Ride Wildlife will thrill to see alligators and majestic birds - and lucky ones will see a roseate spoonbill on the their safaris and tours with Airboat USA.