Swim With the Dolphins

Swim With the Dolphins

Once you’ve had enough of swimming with the dolphins at Key Largo’s natural  lagoon at Dolphin Cove, it may be time to pack up the Keystone Fuzion and keep driving south. Islamorada is next on the list, a self described “village of islands” that is located between the saltwater reserves of Everglades National Park in one direction, and North America’s only living coral barrier reef in the other, nestled in the Florida Straits. Islamorada is made up of six islands, Plantation Key, Windley Key, Upper and Lower Matecumbe Key and the offshore islands of Indian Key and Ligumvitae Key. With crystal blue waters and fish of every description, you’ll find out why sportsmen call this place the “Sport Fishing Capital of the World.”