Escape to the Beautiful Key West for the Day!

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Key West Day Trip

Let us fly you to the southernmost point in the United States, Key West, for an amazing day trip. Key West is famous for watersports, lively nightlife, beaches, and historic sites. During your day trip, you get to experience the famous Duval Street, one of the most energetic strips of shops, bars, and cafes in all the land. You can also visit Sloppy Joe’s bar, a favorite hangout of novelist Ernest Hemingway. And for the more sober-minded, there’s the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum (look for the celebrated six-toed cats).

Walking tours are the best way to see the island’s intriguing architecture, courtyards, and gardens. And Miami Seaplane Tours is the best way to get you there with the most beautiful, scenic views of the Everglades and other parts of the Keys along the way! Don’t miss out on this unforgettable trip!

Minimum of two passengers required.
Add-On Packages

A day trip to a tropical island is more enjoyable when you’re able to make the most of your time and fully explore. Maximize your time in Key West with a guided driving tour. Let us customize your visit and take you to the sites you’d want to see. We’ll take you to the top restaurants for you to eat and other enjoyable excursions. Additional activities will need to be reserved in advance.


Pricing and Reservations

  • Online Pricing per Person $650

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

Beautiful Location!

Tour Duration

• 8 Hours

Tour Schedule

• 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM


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