Miami to Key West Day Trip with Optional Activities

From
USD11400

Free cancellation

A full refund will apply if you cancel more than 24 hours before the activity start time.

Duration15 hours
Guide LanguageMultiple
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About

Begin your full-day trip to Key West with a handy pickup from your Miami hotel in an air-conditioned coach with a restroom on board. Sit back and enjoy the journey across the many islands and bridges of the Florida Keys without having to watch the road as someone else drives. Stop for breakfast en route (own expense) and learn more about the area from on-board commentary.
You’ll have six hours to explore Key West at leisure. Choose from three optional activities to suit your interests: snorkeling, parasailing, and a glass-bottomed boat tour, or a combination. There will be plenty of time for relaxing on the beach, shopping, and dining, too, and your guide can provide recommendations.
Your return transfer to Miami after the tour is non-stop so you can nap if you like, and will even get back in time for dinner.

Highlights

Enjoy the view without the hassle of driving
Free time to sunbathe, shop, and dine
Option to add activities from laid-back to adventurous
Pickup and drop-off available from selected hotels

Itinerary

Pick up: Depending on your location this will range from 6 to 7:30 AM.  Make sure you are OUTSIDE of your hotel/pick-up location 5-10 minutes prior to the time stated.
Get comfortable while you travel to the Keys and across the Overseas Highway in our well-maintained coach bus with the tour guide speaking about Key West's rich history and culture.
Arrive in Key West around 11:30 AM. Explore and experience Key West for 6 hours. See the town for yourself by walking through the streets. Everything is within walking distance! We give you a map of the city so you can handle your way around. 
Leave Key West around 5:30 PM and get back to Miami around 9:30 - 10:45 PM (depending on the traffic and the drop-off location).
There are two bridges in this location. The modern bridge is open to vehicular traffic; the older one only to pedestrians and cyclists. The older bridge, originally known as the Knights Key-Pigeon Key-Moser Channel-Pacet Channel Bridge, was constructed from 1909 to 1912 under the direction of Henry Flagler and Clarence S. Coe as part of the Florida East Coast Railway's Key West Extension, also known as the Overseas Railroad.
An interesting landmark for US highways. Mile marker zero notes the start of the highway for the US.1.
The US.1 stretches from Key West, Florida, more than 2,000 miles to Fort Kent, Maine, not far from the United States-Canada border. The highway connects several major cities along the eastern seaboard such as Boston, Washington, D.C., and Portland, Maine. It’s also commonly referred to as the Overseas Highway in Florida, as it stretches out across the Florida Keys.

Inclusions

STOP for BREAKFAST in the way to Key West (food & drink no included)
Activities, if option selected (you can add Snorkeling, Glass Bottom Boat, Trolley)
Map of Key West and Guide knowledge on what to do/see and how to get around!
NARRATED TOUR during the trip, and 6 HOURS FREE in Key West
The RETURN to Miami is NON STOP
Transport by air-conditioned coach bus (the bus has restroom and wifi)
Pickup and/or drop off, select hotels in Miami Beach, Downtown Miami, and Regency Miami Arpt.

Exclusions

Food and drinks
If you bought "ONE WAY TRIP: $39/pers.", the return is not included

Additional Information

  • Infants are required to sit on an adult’s lap
  • Infants and small children can ride in a pram or stroller
  • Public transportation options are available nearby
  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels
  • Note: If the activities get canceled for any reason, we will refund them, however, we will NOT refund the tour to Key West ($49 value)

Guide Languages

  • English

  • Spanish

Cancellation Policy

  • A full refund will apply if you cancel more than 24 hours before the activity start time.

  • No refund is possible if you cancel less than 24 hours before the activity start time.