Few visitors to Key West take the ferry 70 miles to the Dry Tortugas National Park. Even fewer camp under the stars next to historic Fort Jefferson. Those who do are rewarded with world-class snorkeling, kayaking, wildlife watching, and an island almost all to themselves. Learn more about Dry Tortugas here: http://bit.ly/2IRMb6F

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