When planning your luxury vacation in the Florida Keys, be sure to include some opportunities to get out on the water and have some fun in the South Florida sun. The true thrill of spending time in the Florida Keys is to relax and enjoy the amazing azure blue water that surrounds the Islands.
Popular Water Activities in the Florida Keys
Fishing – Florida Keys fishing is some of the best in the world and the Islands are famous for having more than 225 species of game fish. Guests come to the Keys with fishing in mind and there are a variety of fishing excursions and adventures to enjoy, from deep sea fishing to angling along the coast.
Diving -. The Florida Keys is home to the first undersea park – John Pennekamp State Park in Key Largo – and is known as the “Diving Capital of the World.” It is also home to North America’s only living coral barrier reef and offers superior diving and snorkeling, attracting divers from around the world.
Boating – The Florida Keys covers almost 3,000 square nautical miles, which is best discovered by boat. Explore the Islands of the Keys all the way from Key Largo to Key West by renting a private boat or taking a boating excursion around the Islands.
Water Sports – Have fun on the water with a variety of fun-filled activities! From parasailing and wave runners, to Hobie Cats, stand up paddle boarding, and glass-bottom boat excursions, the fun never ends out on the water in the Florida Keys.
For water lovers, choosing the perfect accommodations in the Florida Keys is the secret to the best luxury vacation possible. Popular resorts like Indigo Reef in Marathon offer water lovers an incomparable experience with luxury water view homes with private porches and docks, as well as easy access to the Gulf of Mexico, Atlantic Ocean, the surrounding Florida bay.
Those who are looking to spend some time on the water in the Keys will also enjoy the Mariner’s Club Key Largo, which is a gated, oceanfront luxury resort in Key Largo vacation that boasts upscale townhomes and villas surrounding a stunning marina that opens directly into the blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean.
Boaters will enjoy Angler’s Reef Resort Villas & Marina, a quaint Caribbean fishing village-styled retreat on Islamorada that offers more than five hundred feet of oceanfront and 36 protected, deep-water boat docks.