Looking for that tropical vacation without leaving the country? You must travel by The Companionship to The Florida Keys. Considered the American Caribbean, the Florida Keys feature world class sport fishing, scuba diving and snorkeling. Each island has its own charm and magic from Key Largo which features John Pennekamp State Park to Key West which offers the excitement of Duval Street.
The Florida Keys are a string of tropical islands stretching about 120 miles off the southern tip of the U.S. state of Florida, between the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico. They’re known as a destination for fishing, boating, snorkeling and scuba diving. The southernmost city of Key West is famous for Duval Street’s many bars, Mallory Square’s nightly Sunset Celebration and the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum.
Feed the tarpon at Robbie’s
Robbie’s, a favorite local restaurant known for its delicious food, provides a unique treat for its patrons. If you like petting zoo’s this place is for you. Experience the fun as you reach out and touch the scales of your very first live tarpon.
Stroll down the famous Mallory Square
Shopping, Street food, fire eaters, acrobats, music, exotic birds, these are just a few of the things you may find at Mallory Square. Enjoy a relaxing evening with your favorite person as you take in the view of some of the most renowned sunsets in the world.
Visit the Dry Tortugas
Stop by one off the most prominent locations of historic sunken ships in the word. As you walk the same halls as Ponce DeLeon in Fort Jefferson you will be taken back to a place from long long ago. This remote island is home to many native marine creatures and sea life. Enjoy unmatched snorkeling, and surreal sea turtle adventures as you visit the this once in a lifetime place.
Catch an underwater music festival
Sponge Bob and Patrick join in at the most “Bikini Bottom” like place in the world. Mermaids with Guitars and Divers with horns will blow you away with entrancing sounds from under the sea. Like nothing you’ve ever seen or heard, this is sure to be one for the books, well at least Instagram.
Eat all the Seafood. And the Pie.
Islamorada Shrimp Shack in Islamorada serves every type of shrimp you can imagine. Known for their Shrimp and Grits sautéed with peppers and onions in a creamy creole sauce over a bed of slow cooked grits this place is a must try.
Hogfish Bar & Grill can be found on Stock Island (the last island before Key West). Enjoy their “World-Famous Killer Hogfish Sandwich – smothered with swiss cheese, onions & mushrooms on fresh Cuban Bread. Want something a bit smaller try the Hogfish Sliders – with Pico de Gallo & Key Lime Tartar sauce, Fried Hogfish Tacos, or Hogfish & Chips. If you are really looking for a treat there is always the House Special Stuffed Hogfish with Crabmeat Stuffing.
Key Lime Pie can be found at the restaurant, the dinner, the bar, the shack , or even the local peddlers cart. With its origin hailing from the Florida Keys, it is believed that around the dawn of the 21st century, William Curry’s (the Keys first Millionaire) requested it from his cook who was one of the first to coin the pies popularity, while it is believed that the famous pies were first made by the local sailors. Who has the best, well you will just have to try them ans let us know.
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