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Florida Keys – follow our adventure in the southernmost part of continental U.S. to see the epic string of islands that make for the ultimate beach vacation.

Check out all the places we visited in this video:

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An hour’s drive off the coast of Miami is #FloridaKeys, made up of approximately 1,700 tropical islands waiting to be explored. Whether your #vacation here is for a day #trip or a month, you’ll find plenty of fun things to do in the video that match your pace and preference.

Test out the renowned fishing; explore the diverse habitats from hardwood hammocks to coral reefs; #visit the old home of a famed literary figure; raise a glass in the local dive bars; or simply lay out a towel on the beach and enjoy views of the Gulf of Mexico, or the Atlantic Ocean, depending on which beach you pick.

For now, we hope you enjoy watching this #travel #guide as much as we enjoyed making it.

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01:00 – Caribbean Club
01:36 – Windley Key Fossil Reef Geological State Park
01:53 – Keys History and Discovery Center
02:37 – History of Diving Museum
02:57 – Florida Keys Brewing Co.
03:12 – Rain Barrel Village
03:19 – Robbie’s Marina
03:31 – Long Key State Park
03:56 – Marathon
04:02 – Crane Point Hammock
04:21 – Marathon’s Turtle Hospital
04:40 – Seven Mile Bridge
04:49 – Bahia Honda State Park
05:05 – Key West
05:24 – Duval Street
05:36 – Mallory Square
06:01 – South Beach
06:17 – Hemingway House
06:49 – Key West Lighthouse
07:04 – Little White House
07:21 – Mel Fisher Maritime Museum
08:05 – Key West Eco-Discovery Museum
08:13 – Historic Seaport
08:29 – Dry Tortugas National Park
09:32 – Green Parrott

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48 thoughts on “Florida Keys Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

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  3. Living in Florida, the Keys are a must do. Been many times and must add Southernmost Point. Many great dining options. Take a jet ski tour around Key West and stop at amazing sand bars. Check out the Butterfly Conservatory. It's wonderful. Best beach is Smathers Beach because it's less crowded and you'll see Eagle Rays. The Keys are like a child who has an American father and Caribbean mother. Depending on traffic it's a three and a half to four plus hours drive from Miami to Key West. That drive on a clear day, you'll never forget. Enjoy!

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  5. Sooo keys r open again? I lov keys been 4x..we wanted to go bac but this damn Covid happened..I lov the clear waters n friendly atmosphere

  6. Expedia I love watching your videos it increases my knowledge and helps in improving Vocabulary as well , a request please make a video on milford sound!

  7. I literally just mentioned the Keys had to be my family's next Florida destination.. we just did Destin and fort Walton Beach.. my son wants to Miami

  8. I'm so happy that Expedia is making videos again, and Florida u make me fall in love with u again stay safe stay home to all

  9. A very attractive place and on my list of places to go. I haven't been to the keys since I was a young child. Being a new travel blogger and blogger I plan to take full advantage of my travel freedom and visit this area soon.

  10. I've been interested in travelling back to Florida for a while now. At first I was primarily interested in the Everglades, then the tropical portion in general, then I discovered Dry Tortugas, and now this video of the entire Keys! Once this virus is over I'd love to drive down to paradise in the Keys! Are the Keys friendly for tent camping?

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