Islamorada

Islamorada Travel Guide

Resting within the central Floriday Keys, Lignumvitae Key Botanical State Park is home to one of the Key's last tropical hardwood hammock forests. William J.

Get a glimpse at the ruins of an early European settlement and some secluded waterfront sands.

Book a snorkeling trip à deux to view a multicolored swirl of marine life and the 136-year-old lighthouse.

Just off the Overseas Highway, Robbie’s Marina is a boat rental and tour company cantilevered over the Florida Bay waters. Possible activities include deep-sea fishing, kayaking through the mangroves, and snorkeling in the nation’s largest barrier reef.

Feeding the tarpon ($3 for a bucket of bait) off the dock of this water-sports center is a Keys rite of passage.