John Pennekamp

John Pennekamp

This undersea park requires a 45-minute trek down to Key Largo, but its well worth it to experience the first park of its kind in the U.S. The park includes  70 square miles of nautical wildlife waiting to be discovered and a variety of activities from snorkeling to scuba diving and glass boat tours. One great option: kayaking through the webs of mangroves where hundreds of pulsating jellyfish dwell. 

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