Fly Over the Keys and Snorkel Looe Key Reef!

Miami Seaplane Tours
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Fly and Snorkel Looe Key

Join us for a scenic seaplane flight and a fun day of snorkeling among the local wildlife! The Florida Keys are home to the third-largest barrier reef in the world. Looe Key offers a multitude of snorkeling sites to educate and entertain the whole family and it boasts some of the most fascinating submersed botanical scenery in the state.

Located near Big Pine Key is Looe Key, a natural reef wonder and protected marine sanctuary for the snorkel lover! Come with Miami Seaplane on your adventure to see and explore this beautiful groove and spur reef filled with 7000-year-old coral and over 150 different fish species. Because of its unique shape and varying depths, Looe Key is an excellent snorkeling site for people of all skill levels.

Experience the beautiful underwater marine life such as exotic fish, stingrays, and colorful coral reefs up close and personal. It’s one of the most beautiful snorkeling sites in the world, and you won’t find views like this anywhere else! This snorkeling trip is perfect for the whole family, with plenty of sunshine and fun for everyone to enjoy! Don’t miss out on this day of beautiful sights and exciting adventure.

Minimum of two passengers required.

Pricing and Reservations

  • Online Pricing per Person $650

    Online Price Discounted $10 per Person
    • Minimum of 3 Passengers
    + Taxes and Fees

Tour Duration

• 3 Hours

Tour Schedule

• 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM


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