Your pilot will point out historical sites, such as Fort Zachary Taylor, which was built to defend the United States' southeast coastline and played an important part in the Civil and Spanish American Wars.
Everyone who visits Key West makes the pilgrimage to the buoy marking the "Southernmost Point" in the Continental US. You'll see it from above, and most likely, the many tourists stopping to take selfies in front of it.
Duvall Square defines the downtown area of Key West, known for many bars and restaurants and Mallory Square is THE place to go to watch the sun go down. We'll pass over both of them from above.
But you'd be missing a "key" part of this experience if we didn't direct your attention to the clear, shallow waters surrounding Key West. Flying over Snipe Point and Mud Keys, both part of the Florida Keys Wildlife Marine Sanctuary, you'll spot frigate birds, osprey and white heron. Many boat wrecks, with the passage of time, have become man-made reefs and are now home to a multitude of fish and other sea life. Stingrays, sharks and turtles are all commonly seen from your unique perspective of these outer keys and their surroundings.
Departures: 10:30 AM,
Meeting instructions: Specific pick up or taxi instructions will appear on your voucher after you purchase your trip.
Special instructions: - Wear comfortable clothing.
- Don't forget your camera.
- A taxi ride of approximately 20 minutes from the cruise ship pier is required. Specific directions will appear on your voucher after the tour has been purchased.
- Your taxi ride is approximately $20 each way.