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Key West 1 Day Tour

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Everyday 6:40 am - 305 Lincoln Rd Miami Beach, Fl 33139

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Key West 1 Day Tour - Miami to Key West Bus

Departure Time: 6:40am

Departure Location: 305 Lincoln Road (Main Office) Miami Beach FL 33139 or Hotel Pick up. If you request hotel pick, please call to confirm after booking to get exact pick up time for your hotel.

Duration: 12 Hours

Free Time: 6 Hours

Includes: Pick up and Drop off. 6 hours free time in the island of Key West

MiamiDoubleDecker.com offers a fantastic and completely customizable Key West Adventure.  The way it works is simple, book the Key West Shuttle and then pick from a list of add-on adventures, such as snorkeling, para sailing, jet ski rental, boat trips to  the Dry Tortugas, the Conch Train, and the Key West Trolley are just some of the optional add-ons for your Key West Adventure.   If you just want transportation to and from Key West then just book the basic Key West Shuttle and leave-off any add-on adventures.  You will be transported from Miami Beach to Key West with a couple of Scheduled rest stops on the way down to grab a quick snack and to use the facilities.  If you need to stop more than that for a bathroom break along the way just ask your Tour guide they will do their best to accommodate all requests.  The Ride down to Key West is approximately four hours so you leave early in the morning and have the better part of the day to jet ski, parasail, snorkel, or just walk around.  Key west is so much fun you will certainly want to go again soon!

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Discover a city where real estate titles date back to the Kings of Spain. Stroll the palm-lined streets and discover gingerbread mansions, tin-roofed conch houses, the John Audubon House and Ernest Hemingway's home. Walk in the footsteps of Thomas Edison, Lou Gehrig, Harry Truman, and Tennessee Williams. Marvel at the accomplishment of Henry Flagler, an oil tycoon whose Florida Keys Over-Sea Railroad train made its first journey to Key West on Jan. 12, 1912, literally connecting the previously isolated Florida Keys with the mainland for the first time, forever changing the face of the island chain. Gaze at the fabled treasure of the galleon Atocha. Discover tomorrow's fine art treasures by Key West's well-known and unknown artists.
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