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Things to do in Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary

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    Dry Tortugas National Park

    20 reviews

    Seventy-five miles from Key West on the open ocean, the Dry Tortugas enjoy gin-clear tropical waters, colorful coral reefs and abundant tropical fish. Witness the historic Fort Jefferson, a captivating military outpost of days past which is now protected by the National Park System. Daily ferries head here from Key West, or splurge on a sea plane flight. If you ...

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  • 2

    Fort Jefferson

    4 reviews

    A side trip? We went on our boat and spend a couple of nights anchored out.

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  • 3

    Eastern Sambo Reef

    2 reviews
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    Middle Sambo Reef

    2 reviews

    4 Very nice reef off of Key West, just southwest of Boca Chica Key. Lots complexity, with many grooves, caves, ledges and drop offs. Abundant lobster, big grouper and nurse sharks are common.

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    Western Sambo Reef

    2 reviews

    Beautiful Key West area reef. It's been degraded as much of the Florida Keys reef system has, but it's very nice for Florida standards!

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