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The Florida Keys & Key West
Enriching group experiences in beautifully diverse regions
With the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary as backdrop
in Key Largo, Islamorada and Marathon, water activities are
sure to take center stage. Groups regularly enjoy snorkeling,
paddleboarding and deep-sea fishing on the Atlantic, and in
the Upper Keys, personal enrichment programs within
Everglades National Park that explore the area's undersea
vistas and marine life.
Enriching environmental experiences can be found
throughout The Keys, but the views along the historic Overseas
Highway into Marathon, home to the Sea Turtle Hospital, Dolphin
Research Center and Florida Keys Aquarium Encounters, are well
worth the trip.
In Key West, tree-lined streets with charming architecture and
tropical foliage harbor an array of eclectic accommodations, eateries,
music venues and local artist galleries. Golfing, biking and indulging in
state-of-the-art spas complement this island's laid-back vibe.
he Florida Keys is a vibrant, easily accessible island chain that
begins in South Florida and extends 126 miles to the tip of the
Continental U.S. Four distinct regions offer groups a diverse
range of experiences-whether Upper Keys back country fly-fishing
on Florida Bay, environmental outreach programs in the Middle and
Lower Keys or exploring Key West's "Old Town" heritage.
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