Just a reminder: Make sure any Feb. 14 boating, fishing or diving plans are part of a Valentine’s Day date. We’ve all done it—gone and made plans without realizing what day that is.
Recently, I blogged about some great date ideas, including some great dinner-by-boat options. But nothing builds a bond like adventure. Here are three for the hardcore.
Chickee huts are nestled in the mangroves throughout in strategic locations throughout the Everglades Backcountry. Winter is the best time to camp, given the cool weather and lack of bugs. It’s also a great time to fish in the Everglades Backcountry for snook, redfish and trout.
For history buffs and folks who like to see large wild animals underwater, there’s no better place to dive in February than in the Keys. Become a “wreck trekker” on Valentine’s day.
Overnight one or two nights 67 miles west of Key West in the Gulf of Mexico. The fishing and diving are spectacular. You will see amazing wildlife. And there’s nothing like a sunset over the Gulf.