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Key West America’s Top 10 Spring Break Destinations

MelindaAdmin : February 7, 2014 4:30 am : Key West Travel Blog

 

Sloppy Joe's Bar is a popular Duval Street destination for students on Spring Break in Key West, Florida. Photo by denizandnancy on Photobucket. Sloppy Joe’s Bar is a popular Duval Street destination for students on Spring Break in Key West, Florida.

As reported in USA Today, Key West One Of America’s Top 10 Spring Break Destinations. “And if you’re thinking of booking a Florida vacation rental around spring break, start searching now. For March, the five most popular spots…are Key West, Orlando, Panama City Beach, Miami Beach and Fort Myers Beach.” more »

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What to do in Key West on Spring Break Video

MelindaAdmin : February 7, 2014 1:11 am : Key West Travel Blog

Yes, we know most of you want to come to Key West because of the many attractions along Duval Street.  :)  But there’s so much more to the island than the bars. What to Do in Key West on Spring Break Video. We’re surrounded by beautiful, white sand beaches and crystal clear waters. Parasailing, jet skiing, snorkeling, and island tours are just some of the attractions that draw students here year after year.

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Top Chef Cruise Announces New Onboard Activities and Excursions

MelindaAdmin : March 28, 2013 1:56 am : Key West Travel Blog

We’re very excited to welcome thousands of “foodies” to Key West as part of the Top Chef cruise, arriving April 12, 2013 at 7:30 a.m. The cruise is presented by Bravo Media, Celebrity Cruises, Magical Elves and Rose Tours.

If you’re one of those lucky Carnival Celebrity Constellation passengers, we encourage you to book your port excursion as soon as possible–there is more than one cruise ship in port that day, and the most popular trips, such as jet ski tours, snorkeling excursions, glass bottom boat tours and parasailing excursions may sell out before you get off the ship. more »

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How to Enjoy a Safe SCUBA Dive Trip in Key West

MelindaAdmin : March 18, 2013 10:34 am : Key West Travel Blog

SCUBA diving is one of the most popular tourist activities in Key West, Florida

By Landon Russell

One of the intellectual joys of SCUBA diving is the intentional application of practical physics; it’s a sport where the enthusiast benefits from conscientious applications of a simple pressure formula. While enjoying an introductory dive hosted by a fun tourist-guide, a scuba-launch service leaves this science mostly to the discretion of your guide. Becoming a knowledgeable diver and guide requires a working understanding of how changing pressures at increasing water depths also changes how you breathe and process your air. more »

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Enjoying adventure travel while traveling solo

MelindaAdmin : February 22, 2013 1:18 pm : Key West Travel Blog

Traveling to Key West alone? Why not try a solo parasailing excurTraveling to Key West alone? Why not try a solo parasailing excursion. Call 888-667-4386 or visit ToursKeyWest.com to book online. Photo courtesy bldvlsoccer.sion. Call 888-667-4386 or visit ToursKeyWest.com to book online.

By Kathrin Ducos

Traveling requires an investment of both time and money. Naturally, this means that not everyone can travel at any given time. This could present a problem for you if you find yourself ready to hit the road but without a travel partner . . . that is, unless you are open to traveling alone. As you may not have guessed, many people report solo travel as a great pleasure that only gets better with experience. more »

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Happy Valentine’s Day from Tours Key West!

MelindaAdmin : February 14, 2013 10:00 am : Key West Travel Blog

Happy Valentine's Day from Key West, Florida!As The Beatles once said, “All You Need Is Love!” Today we celebrate all different kinds of love…love for our husbands, wives, boyfriends, girlfriends, parents, kids, friends, family, grandparents, grandkids, our pets, even our love of Mother Earth. Even if you don’t have a “significant other,” you can still celebrate. Happy Valentine’s Day From Tours Key West.  Call someone you care about today and tell them how much they mean to you! And don’t forget to do something nice for yourself today, too. more »

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Romantic Key West Excursions

MelindaAdmin : February 13, 2013 11:45 pm : Key West Travel Blog

Key West sunset cruises inspire romance. Photo by jschuth on Photobucket. Key West sunset cruises inspire romance.

Over 500 cruise ships drop passengers in the Port of Key West on shore excursions every year, making it one of America’s top cruise destinations. This February 14th, the Royal Caribbean cruise ship Majesty of the Seas will arrive at 10:00 a.m. for an eight-hour port call. more »

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Guide to the Cruise Port of Key West, Florida

MelindaAdmin : February 12, 2013 1:30 pm : Key West Travel Blog

Carnival Celebration is one of the dozens of cruise ships that dock in Key West for port calls. Carnival Celebration is one of the dozens of cruise ships that dock in Key West for port calls. Photo shared by dpzynski on Photobucket.

By Costa Marcos

Introducing Key West

Key West is the USA’s southernmost settlement, located at bottom end of the island chain known as the Florida Keys. The town is well known for its unique spirit; it harbors a populace which prides itself for free thinking and tolerance. After a railroad connected all the Keys in 1912, and a road in 1938, the town still stood as a a home to the independently minded. more »

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Spring Break in Key West: Five Essential Tips

MelindaAdmin : February 5, 2013 12:17 pm : Key West Travel Blog

Spring Break in Key West - Enjoying Duval Street. Enjoying Duval Street during Spring Break in Key West

(KEY WEST) February 3, 2013 – Attracted by the multicultural, laid-back ambiance, tropical temperatures and wild bar scene in America’s only Caribbean island, Key West is an increasingly popular Spring Break destination for college students from throughout Florida and beyond. The population of this four-mile long by two-mile wide Island swells with college students between February and April every year. more »

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New at the Key West Aquarium: Stingray Bay

MelindaAdmin : January 31, 2013 6:40 pm : Key West Travel Blog

We would like to welcome our newest neighbors, a school of eight cow-nose stingrays who have taken up residence in “Stingray Bay,” one of the hands-on exhibits at Key West Aquarium. These stingrays have been de-barbed for your safety, so you can touch and even hand-feed them in the exhibit. more »

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