Tips and Articles for Florida Keys

Brooke Slezak

A trip to a national park can make for a great fall vacation. In fact, it makes for a great vacation any time of the year.Of course, if you plan on... Read More

For most of us, balancing a book (and hopefully a cocktail) while floating around a pool is near impossible — something is bound to spill or get wet.... Read More

Last December, the Florida Keys welcomed its first-ever all-inclusive resort, Bungalows Key Largo. The adults-only spot came with plenty of fanfare and... Read More

From sunny Miami to the pale white sands of the Gulf Coast, Florida doesn’t want for dreamy coastline. And this year, readers voiced their appreciation... Read More

When it comes to the best islands in the United States, readers gave the East Coast a near-clean sweep on this year’s list. Only one entry on this list... Read More

When you first see Captain Joe Fox cruising around Islamorada, you might think you’ve had one too many margaritas.But blink again, and there it is: a... Read More

On any given weekend, Key West is a city that’s full of surprises. From “evil” dolls to six-toed cats, there are plenty of eccentricities to behold in... Read More

It might be difficult (and expensive) to book a week-long last-minute 4th of July vacation, but it’s not too late to plan a quick trip to somewhere... Read More

Grab your tent and your swimsuit.When it comes to making weekend travel plans for the summer, you have a lot of options. Perhaps you want to sit in the... Read More

This story originally appeared on CoastalLiving.com. Ready to eat your way through the best waterfront restaurants in the Sunshine State? Starting down... Read More

The cool dark of the bar provided respite from the hot, afternoon sunshine and it was a minute or two before our eyes adjusted to the scene inside.... Read More

In December, the adults-only Bungalows Key Largo debuted as the first all-inclusive in the Florida Keys. Early Sunday morning, an inferno of flames... Read More

When Hurricane Irma made landfall in the Lower Florida Keys as a Category 4 storm, the damage from 130 mph winds and subsequent storm surge was... Read More

Anyone who’s ever done the drive down the Overseas Highway knows the pure magic of the Florida Keys. Just a quick jaunt from Miami, the string of... Read More

T+L launched Operation Vacation to inspire workers to use their days off and get away, offering exclusive travel discounts as incentive. For the latest... Read More

What's the perfect way to tell your pals, “Thank you for being a friend?”Take them on a five-night pleasure cruise that even Dorothy Zbornak can’t scowl... Read More

Key West beachgoers will soon be banned from buying sunscreens containing two common ingredients, in an effort to protect the Great Florida Reef.The Key... Read More

Edging out many, well, other excellent cities, Key West, Florida has been named TripAdvisor's "Most Excellent" Place to Travel Worldwide, which is now... Read More

T+L launched Operation Vacation to inspire workers to use their days off and get away, offering exclusive travel discounts as incentive. For the latest... Read More

Key West’s history may be steeped in spirits; Prohibition’s rumrunners put some of the first speakeasies on the map here. And Duvall Street’s iconic... Read More

Located off the tip of Florida, this city marks the southernmost point in the continental U.S. But that certainly isn’t the only draw for this bustling... Read More

This story originally appeared on People.com. Key West will still be paradise.Following Hurricane Irma‘s rampage toward the U.S. island, the city’s... Read More

Last month, two catastrophic hurricanes hit the Caribbean and Florida. As Travel + Leisure previously reported, cruise lines have been forced to... Read More

The arrival of tourists this weekend signaled an unofficial opening of the Keys.On Sunday, the first cruise ship returned to the Florida Keys after... Read More

Hurricane Irma caused considerable damage in the Florida Keys, but one beloved spot rode out the storm miraculously untouched — and its residents... Read More

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