Wednesday, December 9, 2015

A December to Remember in Key West

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A Key West To Remember in Key West...aka What To Do In Key West for the Rest of 2015?

Planning a visit to Key West at the end of the year? You’re in luck! Key West weather is sunny and mild year round. Even in the middle of December, you can enjoy a dip in your hotel's pool or (Who doesn't want Christmas in paradise?), it's still a great time to visit for those who want to see the island at a little slower pace. Here are our suggestions: 


Winter or not, you’ve gotta party when you come to Key West! The Key West Holiday Fest goes on through December 20, giving you plenty of time to enjoy the legendary lighting of the Harbor Walk of Lights, historic inn tours, and of course a holiday parade.

The Do It All Key West Watersport Adventure

Love the water? Love to snorkel? Kayak? Ride a Banana Boat? How about NOT choosing whichone and do them ALL! If you love the water, then you must hit Sunset Watersport's Do It All Watersports adventure! A day of watersports all in one day - without breaking the bank! And the best thing is, you'll have the memories of a lifetime!

Kayaking The Backcountry, Mangroves and Shallow Waters of Key West & Lower Keys
shallow water kayak tours offer an easy paddling experience for all ages
Explore the Keys in a completely new way by touring the backcountry with Reelax Charters and Captain Andrea Paulson. Enjoy an all-inclusive backcountry experience that will take you on an easy 20 minute motorboat trip to an ideal kayaking and swimming hideaway. Perfect for all ages, families and individuals alike can partake in this unique and exclusive adventure tour with friendly owner and expert guide of 12 years, Captain Andrea Paulson. The BEST on the island! Phone: 305-304-1392 or 305-744-0263

Key West Bars and Nightlife

And at last...we get to the party! After spending the day doing watersports,
enjoying the beach, or relaxing with a book by your hotel's pool, it’s time to let your hair down and embrace the outrageousness of the Conch Republic’s capital that we call Key West! You can hit up the local favorite hot spots like Schooner's Wharf, Conch Republic Seafood aka The Conch Farm, and the Half Shell Raw Bar and drink like a local. There are many favorite watering holes in Key West. If you ask Key West lover's, every person has a favorite bar. A favorite bar (and must-stop) is the Smallest Bar in Key to see how many people you can fit in at once...and then get that famous photo to brag!

For most people, though, Key West partying means hitting Old Town’s Duval Street, crowded big-name bars like Sloppy Joe’s, Hog's Breath, the Bull & Whistle, Captain Tony's, Willy T's and Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville. If you can hit all of these famous bars in one night, it's called the Duval Crawl! Get your crawl on! BEST HAPPY HOUR PLACES:

Just getting there is an amazing adventure! If you’ve never been on a seaplane, this is the trip to
take one. Spot sharks, dolphins, and the "Flats". This is a body of very shallow water only 3-5 feet deep, extending almost 20 miles. This area is part of the National Marine Sanctuary and has incredible marine and bird life. There are many other sights along the route to the Dry Tortugas, including private islands, WWII wreckage, and Marquesas Islands, which is a large circular group of coral islands. The plane makes a smooth landing at Fort Jefferson, where you begin your magical trip of a lifetime.

Ride the Famous Conch Tour Train

This classic sightseeing train has been around long enough to give Key West legend Ernest Hemingway a ride! It’s actually a motorized trolley on wheels rather than a train, and it will take you
around to every major sight on the Island with an entertaining guided tour. It’s a great way to get a feel for the town, and to enjoy the sights without having to exert yourself. The staff is super friendly, and the company prides itself on an enjoyable ride – so much so, they offer a no-questions-asked, money back guarantee. You can also purchase a photo of you and your traveling companions on the train as a souvenir!

There’s no place on earth like Key West for a New Year’s celebration. The island’s New Year’s Eve Shoe Drop Celebration features locally famous drag queen, Sushi, perched atop a six-foot red stiletto. As midnight strikes, Sushi comes in for a landing, and the real party begins! 

Things to Do in Key West at the End of the Year

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