Captivating Key Largo Holidays
A subtropical climate gives way to the diving mecca that encapsulates what holidays to Key Largo are all about, providing ample opportunity for perusing the exotic coral life while those wishing to stick to land-based adventures will be well-catered for by the diversity found throughout Florida. Of all the things to do on your Key Largo holidays, it’s perhaps the waters surrounding the town and the Florida Keys themselves that will supply the majority of the allure as you set foot on the picturesque island. Known for its wildlife, as well as the interesting cultural attractions which decorate both the town and the encircling waters, you can find a plethora of protected animals among the Crocodile Lake National Wildlife Refuge – just a few of which will ensure a refreshingly unique break in Florida.
Key Largo Attractions
If you need a bit of inspiration on what to do on your holiday to Key Largo, loveholidays.com has some useful tips and ideas on what to see and do!
- Water sport activities are plentiful at the beaches and for the nature lovers, there is kayaking, swimming with the dolphins, air boat rides and everglades tours.
- If you want to sunbath and soak up the sun, just relax with a tropical beverage and do nothing at all but watch the beautiful sunsets
- If you are looking for a holiday with plenty of activities and things to do, this is the place for you. Right on the beach you will find the full facilities for a number of water sports, including parasailing, windsurfing, jet skis, water skiing and banana boating.
A Dalliance in Diving
Amid the array of wildlife that has made the Crocodile Lake National Wildlife Refuge its home, the American Crocodile, Indigo Snake and Key Largo woodrat represent the various prospects for camera-snappers to take advantage of, while the park itself is one of the only places where these particular animals are able to thrive. However it’s below the surface of the strikingly blue waters where you’ll spy vibrancy at its best; the Grecian Rocks, dolphins and even a 4,000 pound bronze statue – Christ of the Deep – will fill your goggles with more than just sights of tropical fish and colourful corals.
Sticking to land will hold its own promise during Key Largo holidays, the Florida Keys Wild Bird Rehabilitation Centre, churches and what has become a collection of the works from Florida Key Artists, Old Road Gallery, are all tantalising opportunities for the explorer to discover, whereas hiring a car to tour the rest of the Keys is another interesting way to spend your time away. Head through Islamorada all the way to the west where you will find a city offering everything from butterfly centres to bars – Key West being for the active and action-driven.