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Take a trip to Key Largo
Key Largo, the first and most northern of all the Florida Keys, is home to winding creeks, tropical hardwoods, a National Park, two State Parks and some of the most incredible wildlife and wilderness in the whole of the state. The self-proclaimed ‘Dive Capital of the World’ also boasts the world’s largest artificial reef and dive sites that include the 510-foot USS Spiegel Grove, the African Queen and the John Pennekamp Coral Reef Underwater State Park. There’s also an underwater hotel, sport fishing, eco-tours, beaches and a dolphin encounter programme, as well as nature trails and canoe and kayak opportunities. And let’s not forget the breathtaking sunsets!
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Hotels in Key Largo
Playa Largo Resort & Spa
Playa Largo Resort & Spa is the ideal oasis if you are seeking relaxation and peace. The miles of beach that surround the resort offer the perfect place to unwind, as well as providing endless entertainment.
Key Largo Bay Marriott Beach Resort
Stay at Key Largo Bay Marriott Beach Resort and experience luxury and tranquillity, while being surrounded by endless possibilities of activities and adventures. It is a perfect place to escape normal life and enjoy a peaceful oasis.
Things to do in Key Largo
Discover the great outdoors
John Pennekamp Coral Reef and State Park
The John Pennekamp Coral Reef and State Park was the first underwater park in the United States. Encompassing approximately 70 nautical square miles, this outstanding Natural park is the perfect place for diving, snorkelling, kayak, canoeing, glass-bottom boat tours and fishing. There’s also the Coral Reef Theater, a reconstruction of a living reef in a 30,000-gallon aquarium.
Dagny Johnson Key Largo Hammock Botanical State Park
The Dagny Johnson Key Largo Hammock Botanical State Park is home to one of the largest tracts of West Indian tropical hardwood in the US and 84 protected species of plants and animals, including the American crocodile and wild cotton and mahogany mistletoe. Six miles of nature trails give visitors the chance to see these rare species. Ranger-guided tours are also available.
The Key Largo Community Park is a great place for active families to spend the day with its tennis courts, baseball fields, basketball courts, volleyball courts, fitness trail and beautifully maintained skate park. It’s also located on the same block as the Jacob’s Aquatic Center, an affordable local water park where you can cool off and have some fun.