ALL MIAMI TOURS
Original Miami City Tours
Famous Miami Boat Tour
Miami City + Boat Tours
Everglades + City + Boat
Miami Walking Tour
Miami Fishing Tour
Deep Sea Fishing Miami
Water Taxi Tours
Thrilling Boat Tours
Bahamas Ferry Cruise
Bahamas 2 Night Cruise
Miami Helicopter Tours
Miami Seaplane Tours
Jungle Island Tours
Scuba Diving Tours
RENTALS IN MIAMI
KEY WEST ATTRACTIONS
ORLANDO PARKS / SHUTTLE
Below are the available bulk discount rates for each individual item when you purchase a certain amount
LAST MINUTE RESERVATIONS AVAILABLE!
:: FROM KEY WEST ::
Check-In Time: 5:30pm
Departure Time: 6:00pm
Arrival Time at destination: 10:00pm Approx.
Number of Stops: 0
Departure Location: Whitehead St & Greene St, Key West, FL 33040.
Arrival Location: All hotels in Miami Beach and Downtown.
PRICE LIST FOR KEY WEST ATTRACTIONS AND TOURS
|PRODUCT:||PRICE:||COMBO & SAVE!|
|Miami to Key West Tour||$49||-----|
|Jet Ski Rental and/or Tour in Key West||$139||$124 Original Price = $139|
|Glass Bottom Boat in Key West||$65||$60 Original Price = $139|
|Parasailing in Key West||$65||$60 Original Price = $139|
|Snorkeling in Key West||$45||$40 Original Price = $139|
|Shuttle Round-Trip Miami to Key West||$49||-----|
|Shuttle Round-Trip From Key West to Miami||$49||-----|
|Shuttle 1 Way From Key West to Miami||$39||-----|
|Shuttle 1 Way From Miami to Key West||$39||-----|
"Miami to Key West transportation is provided daily by operators of buses/shuttles, airplanes, and ferries. One of the better ways to travel from Miami to Key West, both in Florida, is by car. While this option may be appealing for tourists, they are not always recommended to drive to Key West because of strict speed limits particularly through reserve areas. While driving to Key West may be daunting to tourists unfamiliar with the Florida segment of the U.S. Highway 1, more seasoned tourists and Miami locals always prefer to drive.
The Florida Keys, of which Key West is a part of, are a group of islands that extend in a curve from the tip of Florida and connect the Gulf of Mexico to the Atlantic Ocean. Key West, which is the jewel of the Keys, is a major tourist destination with millions visiting from Miami annually. Once at Key West, the visitor can stroll through maritime museums and historic sites in the Old Town section. Visitors can also enjoy conch salad and key lime pie at the island’s numerous restaurants. Tourists can also visit the beaches where Tennessee Williams had dipped in and they can also go to the pubs that Ernest Hemmingway had visited."