1 Day Key West Sightseeing

Tour Code : MIA1K

Closer to Cuba than to mainland Florida, Key West often seems rather tenuously bound to the rest of the US. Famed for their tolerant attitudes and laid-back lifestyles, the thirty thousand islanders seem adrift in a great expanse of sea and sky, and – despite a million tourists a year – the place resonates with an individual spirit. In particular, liberal attitudes have stimulated a large gay influx, estimated at two in five of the population.

Although Key West today has been heavily restored and revitalized for the tourists, the town has retained some of its sense of individualism and isolation, especially away from the main drag of Duval Street. To best absorb this atmosphere – and the mellow pace of local life – take time to amble the gorgeous, lushly vegetated streets, make meals last for hours, and pause regularly for refreshment in the numerous bars.

Tour Price in USD

Adult Child
$118

 $118

 

Inclusions

Transportation 
 
Tour guide (Bilingual in English and Chinese)
 
All Taxes
 
 

Exclusions

All meals and drinks during the trip, but the tour guide will arrange for.

Service fees for your tour guide and bus driver (total $6.00/day per passenger)

Admission Fees ( optional)

Hemingway House (Optional) $13 

Airboat ride ticket $25

 Miami Bay Cruise $26

Henry Flagler Museum $18 (Museum close on Monday)

Prices are subject to change without prior notice.
Admission fees may be paid to your tour escort upon arrival by cash.

Any private expenses

 

Tour Availability 

Available:Wed. & Sat. (2014 & 2015)

 

Duration

about 9 hours
 

Departure and Returns

   
8:30am  7707 NW 103rd St, Miami, FL 33016

 

Additional Note

  • Customers are held solely responsible for their own travel documents and/or visas if required.
  • Language:All tours are escorted by professional bi- or multi-lingual tour and/or driver guides (English/Chinese). Depending on the number of passengers booked for a particular departure, tours and/or languages may be combined to operate the tours.

For big groups over 10 people, you may requst tour guide's attention and speak your language, if available, but not guaranteed. Request may sent by email or call us 2 weeks in advance.

Location

Key West: Caribbean atmosphere, street artists, southern-most point in the continental US, Hemingway’s house and Mallory Square. On your way back, you can enjoy the splendorous sunset.

Key West

Closer to Cuba than to mainland Florida, Key West often seems rather tenuously bound to the rest of the US.

Famed for their tolerant attitudes and laid-back lifestyles, the thirty thousand islanders seem adrift in a great expanse of sea and sky, and – despite a million tourists a year – the place resonates with an individual spirit. In particular, liberal attitudes have stimulated a large gay influx, estimated at two in five of the population.

Although Key West today has been heavily restored and revitalized for the tourists, the town has retained some of its sense of individualism and isolation, especially away from the main drag of Duval Street. To best absorb this atmosphere – and the mellow pace of local life – take time to amble the gorgeous, lushly vegetated streets, make meals last for hours, and pause regularly for refreshment in the numerous bars.

Hemingway’s house

Take a leisurely tour of the home and gardens of the late Nobel Prize winner, Ernest Hemingway, one of the most honored and respected authors in America who moved in this house in 1931 and lived and wrote at this house for over ten years. The house is a Registered National Historic Landmark and insightful, educational guided tours of the house and gardens are available.

 Mallory Square

The center of Key West's historic waterfront, Mallory Squaresm stages the famous Key West sunset celebration.
 
Historic Mallory Squaresm and the city of Key West both had their beginning along this deep harbor waterfront - the wrecking schooners, the frigates and warships of the US Navy, the Cuban cigar makers tobacco warehouses, ship'schandlers and government offices combined to make Key West a
bustling seaport out on the frontier of a young America.
 
Today, MallorySquaresm is a Key West must see. You will find exciting attractions,unparalleled shopping, the Key Westhistoric sculpture garden and of course, every evening, the famous sunset celebration.