Day 2: Discover More of Key West
Today, take time to appreciate the sandy beaches and marine life in Key West! Snorkel two different tropical reef locations in one day with Fury Water Adventures Double Dip Reef Snorkel. Their high-speed, state-of-the-art catamaran will get you to the reefs quickly and comfortably, cutting down on travel time and giving you more time to explore the underwater marvels. Explore Key West Aquarium, one of the very first open-air aquariums (it opened in 1934). Fish, shark and turtle feedings take place daily, and a touch tank lets visitors interact with the marine life. Duval Street is another must-do when in Key West. Stroll down Duval Street and its side streets, where neat cafés and open-air restaurants serve foods ranging from gourmet specialties to ethnic snacks. Then follow Samantha’s steps seaside to Fort Zachary Taylor Historic State Park. From there, visit the Harry S. Truman Little White House, the summer home of President Harry S. Truman while he was in office. The Hog's Breath Saloon offers authentic charm and is a reflection of the way the Florida Keys used to be. The marina-front eatery serves up fresh, delicious seafood dishes.