Snorkeling, Anyone? The Only Living Coral Reef in America is in Key West

Snorkeling, Anyone? The Only Living Coral Reef in America is in Key West

You don’t have to get up early to enjoy America’s only living coral reef. After arriving in Key West via Salt Island Seaplanes venture back out on the water by taking an adventure and absolutely wonderful snorkeling trip.

In Key West, there are several opportunities to take up snorkeling, even if you have never snorkeled before. We suggest you might want to take an afternoon snorkeling tour via one of the many companies that offer the opportunity. With the help of a crew, you can embark on an undersea snorkeling adventure that includes coral reefs and tropical fish.

Many visitors choose the afternoon snorkeling tours compared to the morning Key West snorkeling trips for a variety of reasons: The afternoon sun is warm and bright making it a great time to relax and enjoy the temperate ocean water. The ocean currents and wind direction are often different than the morning, so if you’ve already taken a morning snorkel in the past, chances are you’ll go to a different reef location in the afternoon.

Here are many of the best snorkeling opportunities available to you in Key West. https://www.tripadvisor.com/Attractions-g34345-Activities-c61-t194-Key_West_Florida_Keys_Florida.html

And Salt Island Seaplanes can get you there! From takeoff to the on-water landing, Salt Island Seaplanes is the best way to get you there in style. To reserve a flight to Key West visit saltislandseaplanes.com or call 239-263-7258(SALT).

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