This place combines history and beauty. We all snorkeled and saw tarpon, barracudas, and various fish and coral. I'd recommend this park for those who would like a day trip.
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This is one of the most interesting things to see in Key West. Not only do you get to tour the Fort (with its very interesting history), but you also can snorkel around the island. While snorkeling, we saw colorful coral and beautiful fish. A...More
We took a seaplane from Key West airport to the Dry Tortugas and then took a tour of Fort Jefferson. We had plenty of time on the island, so we could snorkel the beautiful beaches and explore as much as we wanted. The ride to...More
We took a sea plane to get there and it was so worth it. It was a very nice place to stroll around, relax or do some bird watching. It's one of those places you must visit.
We traveled to the Dry Tortugas in January 2017 with our 7 year old son. We arrived via the ferry, which took approximately 2.5 hours one way. Once at the national park, we had about 3-4 hours to wander around, look at the old fort,...More
The trip to Dry Tortuga was amazing. A little island with so much history, great for snorkeling or just hanging around catching some sun. We booked this tour with one of their approved vendors that provided lunch once you got there so it was nice...More
Traveled with husband and kids. Great views. Snorkeling around the Fort was fantastic. Long boat ride so make sure you bring cards or something for the kids. Enjoyed learning about the history.
Interesting, but expensive 150/person, 2.5 hours travel on boat each way. Historical and very interesting site, a nice daylong outing. Sea was a little rough!get the anti-nausea medication at the service counter... $1 per pack! Worth it. If your main interest is the snorkeling, this...More