Key West Day Tour from Miami
Tours depart from 305 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, FL 33139 6:45AM everyday. Book tickets online.
Miami to Key West – Key West Tours
Home to many of the world’s most exotic attractions, Miami is a dreamland of sorts for any tourist who wishes to explore some of the finer things in life. The city is divided so beautifully into many tourist segments and without the help of Key West Tour guides it would be almost impossible to enjoy the raw beauty of the place. However, your journey from Miami to Key West allows for the perfect start to a fantastic vacation. Key West is the westernmost island among the Florida Keys and the southernmost city. The distance by road from Miami to Key West is around 160 miles where you take on as many as 42 bridges that include the mesmerizing 7 mile bridge. From flight to cruise ships, many modes of transport connect Miami to Key West. Superb weather conditions and scenic charm are hallmarks of this popular destination. There are flights that leave daily from Miami to Key West, and small planes known as “puddle jumpers” also operate on this route. A direct flight takes 40 minutes, while indirect flights with one or more stops are also available.
Miami to Key West Bus Tour
Driving from Miami to Key West is the best way to experience the scenic beauty of the place. You could rent a car, bus or shuttle. There are many big brands and smaller operators who provide car rentals and shuttle services. A series of bridges connect mainland Florida to the Keys. The distance can be covered in 3 hours, although the time taken is dependent on the traffic. Among the shuttle services, the Keys Airport Shuttle ferries passengers from Miami airport to the Keys, but there are many other local public buses also available. The bridges that slope above the blue green waters of the ocean on the road from Miami to Key West are the highlights of any road trip. You get to cover the longest bridge, the Seven Mile Bridge which connects Knight's Key (part of the city of Marathon, Florida) in the Middle Keys to Little Duck Key in the Lower Keys.
Key West Attractions
In Key West, the business and tourist hub is Duval Street, characterized by bars, fast food joints, galleries and Cuban restaurants. The outstanding Marquesa boutique hotel and restaurant is at the Fleming Street. On the highway in Islamorada is a small monument to the Cubans who died in their attempt to reach the US shores. A 10 feet buoy that stands on the pavement on the corner of South Street and Whitehead announces this to be the southernmost point of the USA. Other tourist destinations include the Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory which is an indoor sanctuary replete with waterfalls, flamingos, bromeliads, orchids, and clouds of butterflies. The Vandenberg wreck that offers a trip inside a ship that sank in 2009, and the Ernest Hemmingway Home and Museum, a must see for literature enthusiasts, are some of the other attractions worth a visit. For more on Key West tours, bookings, and information on how to make the most of your vacation, all you need is to contact us. A call or email will have our team of experts get to work on an affordable package to suit your budget and style