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Dry Tortugas National Park

Key West, FL
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Reviewed June 18, 2017 via mobile

We took a sea plan for the half day trip. Honestly that was probably the coolest part of the experience. The fort was nice and snorkeling was fun, definitely a unique experience but I would not want to spend an entire day there. The half...More

1  Thank Jessi C
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Reviewed June 17, 2017 via mobile

About 70 miles west of Key West is Dry Tortugas National Park a group of islands that make up what is considered America's most isolated National Park. Getting there is only possible by boat (private or ferry) or by seaplane. I've made the trip twice...More

3  Thank ARodriguezP
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Reviewed June 17, 2017

This was my second trip to the Dry Tortugas and I enjoyed it this time as well. I went on my honeymoon years ago and this time I took my 8 year old son. He liked the Fort, but it was extremely hot and he...More

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Reviewed June 16, 2017

An amazing spot, 70 miles from Key West, loved it! A must do! You needs to book boat tickets in advance, the harbor is easily accessible or you can bike there and park your bikes for your ride back to the hotel on your return....More

1  Thank ChelseaAlexNY
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Reviewed June 16, 2017

It ended up being beautiful at the Dry Tortuga's. We had plenty of time to snorkel around the Fort, eat lunch, and tour inside of the fort before the next round of storms rolled in.

Thank Manda B
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Reviewed June 16, 2017 via mobile

We wanted to try this excursion for past few years, but it always sold out before we could book it. We were afraid of getting sea sick if we traveled by ferry, so we decided to arrive by seaplane. It was expensive but well worth...More

2  Thank kmotravel
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Reviewed June 15, 2017

We camped here one night and had the adventure of a lifetime. It was hard due to the heat but it was so worth it. I would love to camp longer but at a time when the heat and humidity isn't quite so bad. We...More

Thank brandy621
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Reviewed June 15, 2017

If you are in to history and our early settlements in Florida, this is a must see. Must do boat to get there. Support its restoration and repair.

1  Thank dcberndt
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Reviewed June 14, 2017

Dry Tortugas National Park was in my bucket list and I got to go this May 2017. It was truly worth the 2-1/2 hour boat ride from Key West. The Yankee Freedom ferry leaves the port at 8 am but boarding starts at 7 am...More

3  Thank Vicente Jr G
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Reviewed June 14, 2017

We loved this place! The boat ride is about 2.5 hours each way, so come prepared. Breakfast and lunch are served on the catamaran, and snacks and drinks are available for purchase on the way back. At the key, we enjoyed walking the moat wall,...More

Thank Robin K
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ann12339
May 25, 2018|
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Response from ProfessorRathgar | Reviewed this property |
We didn't take the ferry but it seemed pretty full up when t docked. We booked the plane about 4 weeks before travelling and our hotel indicated something similar would apply to the ferry. There may be more demand in high... More
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Thomas C
May 21, 2018|
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Response from Darryl K | Reviewed this property |
Camping area is pretty small, but there were about 5-10 decent sized tents there, so you should be okay. It’s abut 300 feet on the left after you debark the ferry. Nicely tucked away among some trees. Saw a small hibachi... More
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Callan R
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Response from HelenDEB | Reviewed this property |
There are no vendors on the Tortugas themselves. food is provided with the purchase of your trip - breakfast, lunch, and a snack as I remember. Bring money if you wanted to purchase dramamine ($1 dose) , souvenirs on the... More
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