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Private Tour of Key West

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Private charter 1 to 4 people

We offer small group tours, vastly different than a large group bus tour.

The number of people is capped at four! That’s not a lot of people! We prefer quality over quantity!

Throughout the tour, you will be accompanied by a driver and a guide.

Key West is a unique city of 30,000 inhabitants like no other in the U.S.! A small town with a Caribbean vibe, still it remains true American city. Key West walks to the beat of its own drummer: relaxed, joyful and festive.

Despite the city’s well-known beaches, its bars and restaurants, and its colorful colonial style homes, we’re still in the United States…but with a touch of the Caribbean!

Key West is the southernmost island in the United States, just 140 kilometers from Cuba; exotic as it is, this small island has many surprises to offer visitors.

Sites and description of the tour:

  • Pickup at the address of your choice: We pick you up at your chosen address, we serve Downtown Miami and Miami Beach to Mid-Beach. At the end of the tour, we will drop you off at your choice of location.
  • Drive to Key West: this world-famous roadway is an adventure in itself, the Overseas Highway connects all the islands: Key Largo, Islamorada, Marathon, the Middle Keys and the Lower Keys. And of course, Key West – the grand finale. Not to mention the countless uninhabited islands set amid the turquoise waters.
  • Arrival in Key West
  • Duval Street, of course! Key West’s main street is unmissable and full of life, offering a plethora of places for lunch and numerous bars; it is also known for its art galleries and colorful colonial architecture.
  • Ernest Hemingway’s House: Key West’s most famous home, its illustrious (former) owner is celebrated throughout the Keys, but especially in Key West.
    One of the first houses built in Key West, the famous author lived there from 1931 to 1940 and wrote a large portion of his works while in residence at the vast mansion. He also ended his days there. This visit is a journey to the heart of the author’s genius.
  • Southernmost Point: The southernmost point of the United States and the closest to Cuba is a mandatory photo op. Once marked with a simple sign, there is now an enormous, colorfully painted concrete buoy which was erected in 1983. It is a beautiful spot with a lovely view.
  • Discover the beaches: There is no shortage of heavenly beaches in Key West. With their turquoise waters, they are the equal of any of the Caribbean beaches further south. Smathers Beach and Higgs Beach are perfect places to cool off.
  • City Museums: Key West is home to many interesting museums, most of them located on Duval Street. The Key West Museum of Art & History is a small museum highlighting Key West’s history, art and architecture. The Key West Shipwreck Museum traces the naval history of Key West, the sea is at the heart of the island’s economic development, as well the history of the ships that sank off Key West.
  • Return to Miami: After a day long journey of discovery, return to Miami in comfort, arriving in the early evening.