Additional HD B-Roll footage is available for download, for access send an email to media@fla-keys.com.
01 April 2020

Florida Keys & Key West HD B-Roll

Broadcast-quality B-roll reel showing aerial scenes of Florida Keys Overseas Highway, on-the-water aerial scenics, fishing, diving, watersports, nature, wildlife and sunsets, dining, attractions and nightlife.  File size is about 842MB. TRT is 10:53. HD footage is sourced to the Florida Keys News Bureau.
27 March 2020

Connect and Protect Turtle

Divers and snorkelers from around the globe visit the Florida Keys to view the extraordinary living coral reef that parallels the island chain — and the huge diversity of plants and animals it supports. Connect with this incredible ecosystem and help protect and preserve it. #ConnectAndProtect
27 March 2020

Connect and Protect Sunset Kayak

The Florida Keys are known for their close-to-nature lifestyle, incredible sunsets and treasured land-and-water environment. Connect with these elements to add richness and meaning to a #Keys vacation, and help protect them through positive eco-practices. #ConnectAndProtect
27 March 2020

Connect and Protect Shoreside Kayak

Connect with the natural world of the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. Paddle shallow backcountry waters and become inspired to protect them for future generations. #ConnecAndProtect
27 March 2020

Connect and Protect Catch-and-Release Fishing

Florida Keys captains helped pioneer catch-and-release sportfishing to conserve and preserve the island chain’s fisheries. Today, most anglers embrace the mantra that “a fish is too valuable to be caught only once.” #ConnectAndProtect
27 March 2020

Connect and Protect Group Sunset Kayak

Connect with the unique Florida Keys environment through soft-adventure activities like kayaking tranquil waters at sunset, and help protect it through positive eco-practices. #ConnectAndProtect
27 March 2020

Connect and Protect Backcountry

Some of the world’s most incredible natural resources can be found in the Florida Keys, including the continental United States’ only living coral barrier reef. Connect with the Keys’ culture of conservation and help protect these environmental treasures. #ConnectAndProtect
07 January 2020

Key West LGBTQ

Key West is renowned as a pioneering LGBTQ mecca, rich in heritage, with a genuinely welcoming "One Human Family" atmosphere -- and it's a vibrant "must-do" vacation choice with attractions and nightlife for LGBTQ visitors of all ages. In this video, members of the island's LGBTQ community share their thoughts and offer insights about Key West's past and present as an LGBTQ destination. What's the story behind the "One Human Family" philosophy? Was a 1.25-mile rainbow flag REALLY unfurled in the island city? And what kind of experiences await LGBTQ visitors in Key West? To find out, just watch! More info: https://fla-keys.com/gay
05 July 2019

Florida Keys Underwater Music Festival 2019

A weekend underwater concert underscored reef protection for conservation-minded divers and snorkelers in the Florida Keys -- home to the continental United States’ only living coral barrier reef. The Lower Keys Underwater Music Festival took place Saturday at Looe (pronounced “Lou”) Key Reef, an area of the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary south of Big Pine Key. Staged by local radio station US1 104.1 FM, it encouraged fun, environmentally responsible diving and preservation of the world’s coral reefs.
25 July 2018

Only in the Keys African Queen

Only in the Keys can visitors ply Key Largo’s nearshore waters and canals during 1.5-hour dinner cruises onboard the iconic original vessel from John Huston’s classic 1951 film “The African Queen,” starring Humphrey Bogart and Katharine Hepburn. Registered as a national historic site, the six-passenger vessel has a history that spans over 100 years. Read more about this gem here: https://fla-keys.com/news/article/8385/.