Key Largo

Key Largo is an island in the Florida Keys.

27 things to do

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African Queen

The iconic vessel the African Queen is located in Key Largo Florida. Made famous in the 1951 movie of the same name starring Humphrey Bogart and Katherine Hepburn she still remains a timeless classic. This famous steamboat is available for daily canal cruises and dinner cruises in the Port Largo Canal area and also for private events.

John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park

Main Boat Tours & Reservations: +1 305 451-6300, General Info: +1 305 451-1202 (Front Gate), Camping Information: +1-800-326-3521, Group Tour Reservations (15+ people): +1 305 451-6316, Boat Slips & Mooring Rates: +1 305 451-6325. Visitor Center, fishing, swimming, picnicking, snorkeling, scuba, rentals, camping.

Pilot House Restaurant

Notable for its 'glass bottom bar', where you can watch the fish swim underneath you while you eat. Children (and the young-at-heart) can feed the fish over the side. If you get lucky, you might see a dolphin.

Reef Roamer Snorkel Catamaran

Come snorkeling in John Pennekamp Park with Reef Roamer and Quicksilver catamarans. Three snorkel trips daily 9, 12:30, and 5:30. Sunset sails with free champagne and rum punch.

DO   —  +1 305 453-0110 —  MM 100

Key Largo Grande Resort & Beach Club, A Hilton Resort

Newly renovated and nestled on 13 acres of lush hardwood forestry along the Gulf of Mexico.

Jules’ Undersea Lodge

This underwater hotel is 21 feet below the surface. Sleeps up to six.

Coconut Palm Inn

18-room hotel with onsite marina, private beach, and beachfront pool.

Diver's Cove

Very easy-going small resort with boat ramp, dockage & tikis.

Cactus Jacks

Very local dive bar. Good prices. Open mic nights on Monday.

Num Thai Rest. & Sushi

Great sushi, friendly and very local.

Keys Tree House- Vacation Rentals

Somewhat secluded, and private.

SLEEP   —  +1 954-658-7986 —  Mile Marker 95

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