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Our most recommended Key West Sightseeing Tours

  • From Miami Beach: Key West Tour with Options

    1. From Miami Beach: Key West Tour with Options

    Join this exciting and varied excursion to the southernmost point of Florida. Travel to amazing landmarks like the Overseas Highway 1 and unwind on the warm shores of Key West.

    After pickup at your hotel in Miami Beach, head to Key Largo, Key West, and then to the magnificent Overseas Highway 1. Cross famous bridges, including the Seven Mile Bridge. If you don't wish to have hotel pickup, start your adventure in Key West.

    Arrive at Key West before noon and enjoy free time to explore the city on your own. See the Caribbean town that was once the adopted home of writer Ernest Hemingway. Visit his favorite bar, “Sloppy Joes,” or the old Victorian house where he once lived.

    Travel to the buoy marking the southernmost point of the USA, just 145 kilometers from Cuba. On your way back to Miami Beach, experience the unique atmosphere of the Overseas...

    The bus drive was okay (I would give one star less). I followed my group because I thought our guide would bring me to the right place, but apparently the rest of the group took their tours somewhere else. I did the dolphin and snorkeling tour with Fury Water Adventures. The boat tour was amazing - I went with Captain Anna and we saw dolphins very close to the island, that’s why she took us out close to the reef snorkeling. After we were done snorkeling we were offered beer, wine, mimosas and sodas (they expect a tip at the end of the tour, but I would have tipped them anyways). We headed back with the bus at 6.15pm and I got off around 10.20pm in Miami Beach.

  • Key West Full-Day Tour by Motor Coach Bus from Miami

    2. Key West Full-Day Tour by Motor Coach Bus from Miami

    This full-day tour to Key West from Miami starts with a 4-hour drive across 43 bridges and 31 islands to America's “Caribbean Islands,” the Florida Keys.

    The string of islands and islets, bordered by the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico, leads to Key West, the only frost-free city in the continental United States! Once in Key West, experience a Caribbean atmosphere complete with friendly street artists, lively outdoor cafés, and alfresco restaurants. Spend some time exploring Key West on your own.

    Book lovers might like to visit Ernest Hemingway’s House to see the former home of the famous author. Or, if you prefer, you can go to the southernmost point of the continental United States at the famous "90 miles to Cuba" Monument.

    Explore museums, such as the Mel Fisher Museum, the Light House Museum, or Ripley's Believe It Or Not Museum ...

    Driver and Guide were terrific. Breakfast stop was nice. For $10 per person was picked up and dropped off at our hotel. Really nice day. Highly recommended

  • From Miami: Key West Full-Day Trip with Snorkeling and Transfer

    3. From Miami: Key West Full-Day Trip with Snorkeling and Transfer

    Come along on this interesting and varied excursion to discover the southernmost point of Florida. Explore Key West and soak in the Caribbean feel of the city. Enjoy a pickup and drive along the coastal Overseas Highway, traveling through a tropical environment of 42 islands and bridges. See the magnificent Overseas Highway 1, one of the most spectacular roads in the USA. The route crosses many bridges including the Seven Mile Bridge. Then, explore the local marine life with its colorful reefs on a snorkeling trip. Have some free time in Key West to explore the island before returning to Miami Beach in the evening.

  • From Miami: Key West Full-Day Trip with Transfer

    4. From Miami: Key West Full-Day Trip with Transfer

    Experience the southernmost city in the USA by land and sea. Explore the many sights, shops, and restaurants in Key West. Soak in the Caribbean feel of the city and take a glass-bottom boat ride over the third largest reef in the world. Enjoy a pickup at your accommodation in Miami Beach in the morning and head towards Key Largo. Go further to Key West over 42 islands and the magnificent Overseas Highway 1, one of the most spectacular roads in the USA. The route crosses many bridges including the Seven Mile Bridge. Reach Key West before noon and enjoy some free time to explore the city on your own. The tranquil Caribbean town was once the adopted home of the famous writer Ernest Hemingway.

  • Key West: Bone Island Haunted Pub Crawl

    5. Key West: Bone Island Haunted Pub Crawl

    "Cayo Hueso" in Key West, as it was originally named, translates to "Bone Key" or "Bone Island". On this haunted pub crawl you will experience why Key West is consistently ranked as one of the top five most-haunted cities in America. Crawl along as you delve into some of the more spirited pubs of Old Town. You'll discover Key West's history of cursed treasure, voodoo, murder, suicide, haunted mansions, unexplained deaths, and more. Your professional "ghost host" will introduce you to the darkest side of Bone Island, and after 3 haunted pubs you will be issued a souvenir t-shirt before being released into the night.

    Had a great ghost tour with Kelly. The tour was very informative and enjoyed the ghost stories. The tour was a casual walk with plenty of time for conversation. We were lucky to have a private tour as we were the only couple on the tour. Recommend this to if you want to learn a bit of history of Keys. If you are looking to do some drinking would recommend the pub crawl tour instead.

  • Key West: Dolphin Watching & Snorkeling

    6. Key West: Dolphin Watching & Snorkeling

    Climb aboard the Sunset One dolphin boat, sit back and listen to your tour guide explain where you are and where you are heading. Get ready to watch dolphins frolic in their natural playground.  Marvel as the dolphin swim closer to the boat so you can get a better view. Head out to the small islands within the boundaries of the Key West National Wildlife Refuge. Soak in this beautiful little chain of islands and jump into the gorgeous reef, perfect for snorkeling.  See fish up close and maybe some turtles. Climb back aboard and settle yourself in for the ride back to the dock with an ice cold draft beer. Watch the beautiful panoramic sunset over the crystal clear turquoise waters.

  • Miami: Key West Day Trip & Snorkeling with Pickup Option

    7. Miami: Key West Day Trip & Snorkeling with Pickup Option

    Visit the southern-most city in the USA on a day trip from Miami Beach. Enjoy a 2-hour snorkeling trip in Key West's clear blue waters. After pick-up from Miami Beach, drive by bus along the coastal Overseas Highway, traveling through a tropical environment of 42 islands and bridges. Upon arrival in Key West, board your boat and sail out to the clear blue water to watch the reef. You will be provided with snorkeling equipment; take the opportunity to visit the colorful coral reefs of the Florida Keys. After your boat trip, enjoy around 3 hours of free time in Key West to explore the island before returning to Miami Beach in the evening.

    Key West is a great trip well worth doing with some lovely scenery all the way there. The snorkelling was just as good - a fantastic experience. My advice would be to try and grab a table seat on the coach for extra comfort. 15 hours from pickup at hotel to drop off back at hotel so it is a full day.

  • Ghosts & Gravestones Tour of Key West

    8. Ghosts & Gravestones Tour of Key West

    Many find Key West a strange place during the day; but after the sun sets, the restless souls of the island’s frightful past begin to stir. On this 1-hour ghost tour, you will hear all-but-forgotten tales as you travel the dark and narrow streets of the Old Town. Pass 19th-century wooden houses that hold secret stories of former inhabitants; stories so tragic and chilling, you’ll soon see why Key West was named one of the top 10 most haunted cities in America. Your Ghost Host will add a pinch of humor to Key West's dark side with tales of deathly love, tragic endings, scores to settle, wrongs to right and ghastly folk - some so strange it will be hard to believe they’re true…

    Our guide seemed to lover her job. Fun & entertaining. And learned about local history.

  • Key West Conch Train Tour

    9. Key West Conch Train Tour

    Climb aboard Key West’s conch train for a 90-minute sightseeing tour of the tropical paradise. The train departs from Front Street Depot and loops through the Old Town to end back behind the Depot at Mallory Square. Stock up on ice cream and homemade fudge at the Depot to eat on board during your tour. You can jump off at Truval Village to visit the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum, Key West Lighthouse, Southernmost Point, and Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory. Climb to the top of the observation tower at Key West Shipwreck and Treasures Museum. Travel back in time to the days of hand-rolled cigars at Mallory Square. And stroll through the Cayo Hueso y Habana Historeum. Back on the conch train, learn about Key West characters, such as Mel Fisher, whose lifelong search for 2 sunken Spanish galleons finally turned up treasure worth USD 450 million. Jump off to enjoy great shopp...

    Great way to see key West! Guides were all fantastic and knowledgeable. Highly recommend

  • From Miami: Key West Full-Day Trip with Parasailing and Transfer

    10. From Miami: Key West Full-Day Trip with Parasailing and Transfer

    Leave Miami for the sandy beaches and relaxed vibe of Key West. Following hotel pickup, head to the unique hotspot where your adventure awaits. Parasailing should be on the top of your list of activities to do in Key West because of the sensational flight and the great views. First, float on a tropical breeze in a state-of-the-art parasail launch boat and glide above emerald waters. Then soar like a bird and look for dolphins below you. See brightly colored birds fly past, and marvel at the majesty of the Florida Keys landscape. Once you touch back down on land, take the opportunity to shop and check out local restaurants. After a full day, head back to Miami where you’ll be dropped back at your accommodation.

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What people are saying about Key West

Overall rating

4.0 / 5

based on 239 reviews

The bus drive was okay (I would give one star less). I followed my group because I thought our guide would bring me to the right place, but apparently the rest of the group took their tours somewhere else. I did the dolphin and snorkeling tour with Fury Water Adventures. The boat tour was amazing - I went with Captain Anna and we saw dolphins very close to the island, that’s why she took us out close to the reef snorkeling. After we were done snorkeling we were offered beer, wine, mimosas and sodas (they expect a tip at the end of the tour, but I would have tipped them anyways). We headed back with the bus at 6.15pm and I got off around 10.20pm in Miami Beach.

Awesome activity and a great way to sample some different restaurants when you first arrive for vacation. Kaiya combined interesting food preparation comments along with a little history of the owners and their restaurant. In addition, your guide will point out some of the interesting landmarks along the route. While the individual portions are not large, collectively they add up to a large meal so it is advisable that you do not eat breakfast beforehand.

Driver and Guide were terrific. Breakfast stop was nice. For $10 per person was picked up and dropped off at our hotel. Really nice day. Highly recommended

Bill did a great job showing us around key west!! Very informative and fun, and the key lime pie is amazing at the end!

Very kind and helpful guide the fury boat ride and snorkeling was a blast