Islamorada

Islamorada Travel Guide

Islamorada is comprised of six small islands in the Florida Keys, located between the saltwater wilderness, barrier reefs and Everglades National Park. The islands are popular with fisherman and it has been named the sport-fishing capital of the world. Travel to Islamorada and enjoy everything from ocean adventures – diving, fishing and swimming – to great shopping and entertainment. If you visit Islamorada, you’ll also be treated to a selection of fine dining and some of the best seafood imaginable. This Islamorada travel guide will help you start your adventure.

Things Not to Miss in Islamorada

• History of Diving Museum
 • Theater of the Sea
 • Indian Key State Historic Site
 • Michelle Nicole Lowe Art Gallery
 • Windley Key Fossil Reef Geological State Park

When to Go to Islamorada

December through May is the peak season in Islamorada. It is a popular destination for those looking to escape the snow and cold for warmer beaches. Travelers will need to book ahead since hotels and vacation rentals are booked a few months in advance. In Islamorada, you will be able to enjoy swimming, diving, and fishing. If you want to avoid the crowds, October and November are excellent times to visit. Islamorada travel has never been more appealing.

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