Tours from Miami & Fort Lauderdale
Yes, the tour sells out. Avoid hassles, stress, and disappointments and book ahead for guaranteed reservations. Bookings take less than 2 minutes.
Purchase tickets online, or call us at (786) 275-5387. After booking, you will immediately receive an email confirmation, containing your receipt and itinerary.
No, a printed receipt is not necessary to board the bus. The driver will have your last name on the manifest and be expecting you.
We know travel plans change. That’s why you may change or cancel your tour for a full refund, as long as you notify us 24 hours ahead of your scheduled departure.
Yes, free pick-up is available from hotels in Fort Lauderdale, Miami Beach, South Beach, Downtown Miami, and select hotels near Miami Airport.
No. Space is limited, therefore, we do not allow hotel employees to sell our tours.
Yes, we cross the 7-mile bridge at mile marker 47.
Of course! Photography is encouraged.
The tour bus stop is located at 908 Caroline Street in Old Key West. Nearby attractions include Duval Street, Mallory Square, Shipwreck Museum, Custom House Museum, Audubon House, Harry Truman Little White House, and Ernest Hemingway House.
The bus returns at approximately 9:30 PM.
If a tropical storm or hurricane threatens to spoil your vacation, we promise to waive all cancellation fees and secure refunds for customers with prepaid tours.
Parking is available at Bayside Marketplace in Downtown Miami (401 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, FL 33132).
Yes, 1 piece of luggage plus 1 carry-on bag per person.
The vehicle is a 56-passenger, air-conditioned motorcoach.
Seating is based on a first-come, first-serve basis.
The drive takes approximately 4 hours from Miami. To make the most of your road trip, get our free Audio Tour App.
Smartphone, tablet, computer, books, magazines, camera, snacks, sleeping shades, and a travel pillow.
The driver and guide speak English and Spanish.
Famous for its history, this tropical island is home to famous landmarks such as the Southernmost Point in the United States, Ernest Hemingway’s Museum with the 6-toed cats, Fort Zachary Taylor, and a spooky above-ground cemetery to name a few. Offering more than historical landmarks, the Key West is also home to famous places such as Mel Fisher Museum, Sloppy Joe’s Bar, and Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville.
Key West is a small town and you won’t need a car. Most of the sights, bars, and restaurants are within easy walking distance. You can also rent bikes, golf carts, and scooters to get around. If you are driving yourself, obey all speed limits and be prepared for parking to be difficult.
Key West is really casual. A sundress for ladies and khaki shorts for guys is as dressed up as anyone ever gets. In the same vein, there are no Miami-style clubs, with long lines, expensive cover charges, and dress codes.
There are two beaches in Key West, the most popular is located at Fort Zachary Taylor at the southern end of the park. Key West is a great water sports destination, so bring a bathing suit, towel, and sunscreen if you plan to get wet.
Miami, Florida is the 8th rainiest city in the U.S. Having an umbrella on hand is always recommended, especially during the rainy season (July, August, September).
Our experienced crew will give you detailed instructions as you sail out to the living coral reef. They will go over the best practices and safe snorkel procedures for your day at the reef. Additionally, a crew member will be in the water with you for hands-on assistance.
Wetsuits are available for a fee of $10.
The total snorkel trip time is 3 hours. Guests will enjoy an hour to sunbathe and relax as we sail out to the reef, an hour of reef snorkeling, and the last hour to continue sunbathing and relaxing as we sail back to shore.
Although it is best for you to be comfortable in the water, you do not have to know how to swim. Each guest is provided with a buoyancy compensator vest that will assist with flotation so that you can view the reef.
Guests should bring a towel, sunglasses, and sunscreen.
All guests are provided with buoyancy compensators for snorkeling. Life jackets are onboard for everyone in case of emergency.
Complimentary beer, wine, soda, and water are served. You are more than welcome to bring lunch and snacks.
Each catamaran has a seated sundeck.
We don’t sail in dangerous weather conditions, but a light shower is not a deterrent.
No, the ticket price is the same for everyone.
Glass Bottom Boat Rides
12:00 PM and 2:00 PM every day
It is a 65-foot catamaran; air-conditioned, enclosed, with a shaded viewing cabin, snack bar, sundeck, and 2 restrooms.
110 people can see at once; we never take more than that.
Yes, anything is welcome, including alcoholic beverages.
Of course, you can sit or stand while viewing.
No, the coast guard won’t allow it. We’ll hold it on the dock until the trip returns.
No, this is a viewing trip only.
Yes, the rain does not affect this trip and we do run as normal (unless the captain determines otherwise).
Manual wheelchairs allowed (electric wheelchairs not allowed).
Key West Audio Tour App
This free audio tour is designed to help heighten traveler’s sightseeing experience. It organizes the colorful history of the Florida Keys and Key West into a geographic-specific playlist so that travelers can enjoy ready access to the information that relates specifically to their vacation, as they drive through the Keys. Many tracks provide cultural and sightseeing information and tips. Other tracks provide interesting stories and history. The app will make your travels more meaningful and more fun, visit our app page to learn more.