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About Key Largo

One of the most popular islands in the upper Florida Keys, Key Largo is a vacation paradise for couples, friends, and families. Book your stay at one of the many beachfront Key Largo vacation rentals, and get ready for some fun in the sun on the largest of the Florida Keys.

Transit

If you’re traveling to Key Largo from afar, you’ll want to fly into one of the closest airports in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, or Key West. Key Largo and most of the other Florida Keys are connected to mainland Florida and each other by a series of bridges, so driving back and forth is a breeze. Use your Key Largo vacation rental as a base, and plan to explore nearby on foot and further afield by car.

Climate

Key Largo enjoys a tropical climate with ample sunshine. Temperatures climb to about 90 degrees in July and dip down to about 70 degrees in January. The island enjoys over 250 sunny days each year, but the rainy season extends from about June to October. Though much of Florida endures hurricane season through the summer months, the Keys rarely experience these significant storms.

Things to Do

Known as the Diving Capital of the World, Key Largo boasts celebrated diving thanks to the living coral reef located just offshore. Experienced and novice divers can all enjoy the environment here, as there are both lessons for beginners and challenging dives for those who already know the basics. Both John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park and the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary offer extensive diving options through hundreds of square miles of coral reefs. Spiegel Grove is a 510-foot shipwreck about five miles offshore open for exploring, and The Elbow is another site of several historic shipwrecks. If you’d rather stay close to the surface, many dive spots also offer snorkeling excursions.

If diving or snorkeling isn’t your thing, you can still get a look at the sealife by taking a glass bottom boat tour through the reefs, or gliding in canoes and kayaks through mangrove-lined waterways at John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park. It also boasts a 30,000-gallon aquarium, picnic pavilions, two beaches, and nature trails for exploring. 

For fishing, take your pick from numerous adventures that last anywhere from a few hours to a few days. Charter a fishing trip, and let a boat captain with years of experience lead you to waters brimming with marlin, grouper, barracuda, and even sharks. If the open sea intimidates you, use an ...

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