48 Hours in Key West

By Frances Robles The city that was once home to pirates and cigarmakers eventually gave way to lost souls looking to get away from it all... indefinitely. Key West was at one time the country's richest town (salvaging wrecks had its perks), and always has been its southernmost. It's been a haven…

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Shipwrecks & Scuba Diving in Fort Lauderdale & Key West

The waters off Fort Lauderdale and the Keys hold many underwater ship wreck treasures for diving and snorkeling enthusiasts. By Greg Johnston The ocean was flat and calm this day, much like the day the steamer Copenhagen met her fate. I was awestruck as I descended through the blue haze…

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Fall Fishing and Diving in Key West

By Terry Gibson Each fall, a tranquil vibe settles over the Florida Keys, fresh as a cool sea breeze. Keys folks in the fishing and diving businesses catch their collective breaths after a frenetic summer season. Locals take advantage of a plethora of great fall fisheries. Visitors can cash in…

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LGBTQ Travel in Key West

Enjoy a place where closets are only for your clothes. Heading South The drive south through the Keys is breathtaking. The brilliant blue-green ocean is dotted with sailboats, catamarans and wave runners; it's obvious that people are out to have an exhilarating day on (and in) the balmy waters…

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Key West Has Everything You'd Want for Your Wedding

By Scott Barnett Gorgeous backdrop scenery? Check. Plenty of places to dance the night away? Of course. Romantic sunsets at the beach? Are you kidding? Key West has everything a bride and groom need to share a special, memorable day with family and friends…

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Florida Scenic Highway: Keys Highway, from Miami to Key West

By Dalia Colon Where: The Florida Keys Highway starts at the southern tip of Florida near Miami and continues from Key Largo to Key West. Length: 106 miles. How to get around: Car or bicycle. Best time to visit: September to observe bird migration season and avoid the winter crowds. Fun fact: The…

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3 Only-in-Key-West Adventures

By Lauren Tjaden The Conch Republic is famed for its quirky, spirited personality, for oddities such as chickens roaming the streets and six-toed cats, and for its sunset celebrations and abundant nightlife. But the island offers even more, including these three unique adventures…

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ACTIVITIES FOR YOU AND Your Dog in Key West

​By Dalia Colón Key West welcomes party animals—and we’re not just talking about the revelers whooping it up on Duval Street. The Conch Republic is as hospitable to four-legged visitors as it is to their human companions. If you and your favorite roll dog find yourselves with a weekend to spend in…

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