We spent a few days travelling the Florida Keys thanks to http://www.fla-keys.com.
In our first video of the Keys we start out feeding tarpon (really big fish with no teeth) at a place called Robbie’s Marina in Islamorada. You can find more information here: http://www.robbies.com.

Secondly we went the Turtle Hospital, Rescue, Rehab, Release in Marathon. The turtle hospital provide rehabilitation to injured turtles in the area. If possible, they are released back into the ocean once they are treated. We found out loads of information about various types of turtles, the work they do at the hospital, the leading causes of turtle sicknesses and in injuries- and maybe most importantly what everyone can do to help protect our oceans and turtles. Find more information here: http://www.turtlehospital.org.

After returning to our hotel, we were surprised with a pickup in a huge stretch limousine! The limo dropped us off at the Florida Keys Brewing Company in Islamorada. Here we got a full tour of the brewery and got to taste a bunch of different beers they produce in their tasting room. Find more information here: http://www.floridakeysbrewingco.com

Lastly, because we are in the Florida Keys, we had to try a famous piece of Key Lime Pie. While in Key West we headed over to a well known Key Lime place called Kermit’s Key Lime Shop.

To fine out more information about our trip and what we did, where we stayed and what we ate, check out our blog post: https://www.delightfultravellers.com/blog/how-to-travel-the-florida-keys-what-to-do-and-where-to-stay-a-guide

The Florida Keys are a coral cay archipelago located off the southern coast of Florida, forming the southernmost portion of the continental United States. They begin at the southeastern coast of the Florida peninsula, about 15 miles (24 km) south of Miami, and extend in a gentle arc south-southwest and then westward to Key West, the westernmost of the inhabited islands, and on to the uninhabited Dry Tortugas. The islands lie along the Florida Straits, dividing the Atlantic Ocean to the east from the Gulf of Mexico to the northwest, and defining one edge of Florida Bay. At the nearest point, the southern part of Key West is just 90 miles (140 km) from Cuba. The Florida Keys are between about 23.5 and 25.5 degrees North latitude.


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