Miami To Key West Tours
Our Miami to Key West Tour is an all day adventure and one you will remember for a lifetime. If you and your guests would like to stay overnight during your Key West Tour, my overnight rate is very inexpensive because I can stay with friends on the island.
Key West in one day requires an early morning pickup.
- Minimum $750 plus $50 each after the first couple.
- Party of 6 = $950.
An additional $100 payment is required to stay for the sunset in Key West because it of the additional traffic we will encounter which can add a considerable amount of driving time AND you miss the beautiful drive back to Miami.
Suggested Tour Stops Include
“Driving tour of historic Key West homes and Bahamian Village. The Bahamian Village is a residential area that features Bahamian-style architecture and many open air shops and restaurants.”
“Mel Fisher Museum in Key West. This impressive museum contains an extensive collection of artifacts and treasure from the 17th century shipwrecks of the Henrietta Marie, Nuestra Señora de Atocha and Santa Margarita.”
“Louie’s Backyard for lunch. Longtime Key West resturant offering Caribbean-American cuisine, ocean views and a wine bar. Advanced reservations are required to ensure outdoor seating.”
“Windley Reef Geological State Park is an informative and historical stop to understand the unique formation of the Keys. It is a former quarry used by Henry Flagler to help build the Overseas Highway.”
“The street fair at Mallory Square before sunset is a lot of fun and filled with entertainers and vendors. The Cat Man is a must! Staying for the sunset requires an additional fee of $100 due to the heavy traffic we will incur on the way back to Miami.”
“Key Deer National Wildlife Reserve and Blue Hole. Key Deer are an endangered deer that only reside in the lower Florida Keys. I can always find Key Deer on my tours. Blue Hole is an abandoned rock quarry now home to alligators, turtles, birds and fresh water fish.”
“Sombrero Beach in Marathon an hour north of Key West is the best beach in the Florida Keys according to the locals. Bring your swimming trunks, towels and sunscreen!”
“There are ten state parks in the Keys many are easily accessible from the Overseas Highway including Dagny Johnson, John Pennekamp, Windley Key, Curry Hammock, Long Key, Bahia Honda, and Fort Zachary Taylor. I am a State park member and can make several stops on the way to Key West. Long Key is a great bird spot.”