Every year, millions of visitors come down to the Florida Keys to fish in the crystal-clear waters. Anglers seek out recreational and commercial target species such as tarpon, bonefish, and snook. But the ocean is not as full as it once was.
Do not be fooled by the name sea hare, this creature does not have fur or the ability to jump and probably is not the best pet. Instead, it is a rather large sized marine slug, named for its ear-like projections called “rhinophores,” that look lik... Read More
The Florida Keys is a small island chain with a tight-knit community. We work side-by-side with many different businesses and organizations in multiple capacities. Here are some of our favorites that visitors will enjoy and some partners that ... Read More
We are excited to announce our latest partnership with the Faro Blanco Resort and Marina! The program now allows multiple discounts throughout the resort by presenting your ferry ticket stub! In order to get to Pigeon Key you have to take a fifteen m... Read More
November is National Native American Heritage Month and long before the Keys were explored and colonized by the Spanish, the islands were first home to multiple tribes of Native Americans. It is suspected that the Tequestas and... Read More