25 September 2017

After Irma, Florida Keys to Reopen to Visitors Oct. 1

After the Florida Keys were impacted by Hurricane Irma Sept. 10, local government officials announced Monday that the island chain would reopen to visitors Sunday, Oct. 1.
21 September 2017

Tourism Infrastructure Repairs Moving Forward in Florida Keys

Recovery efforts continue throughout the 125-mile-long Florida Keys island chain after Hurricane Irma struck the destination Sept. 9.
13 September 2017

Florida Keys Temporarily Closed to Visitors

In the wake of Hurricane Irma impacting the Florida Keys, infrastructure evaluations and restoration efforts have begun, Keys officials said Tuesday.
20 July 2017

Florida Keys Reefs’ Annual Reproduction Is a Fantastical Underwater Occurrence

Night divers are to take to Florida Keys reefs for a chance to witness a delicate reproductive phenomenon that occurs when coral polyps release millions of gametes (eggs and sperm) in synchronized mass-spawning rituals. The event is likely to occur around the August and September full moons. 
30 June 2017

Choose #SimplyTheKeys for an Unforgettable Getaway

In today’s hyper-connected, stress-filled, hurry-up world, the best vacation — like the best life — is all about simplicity. 
30 June 2017

A Florida Keys Escape Means Simply Serenity

When work schedules and responsibilities seem especially stressful, the siren song of the subtropical Florida Keys can be almost impossible to resist. The inviting island chain offers a variety of ways to treat body and mind to “unplugged” relaxation on and off the water.
30 June 2017

‘Keymandments’ Encourage Simply Sustainable Behaviors

Encouraging environmentally responsible behaviors is a crucial element of the Florida Keys’ commitment to protecting the region’s natural resources, including the continental United States’ only living coral barrier reef. Visitors can share in that commitment by following the “10 Keymandments.” 
30 June 2017

Florida Keys Visitors Can Discover Wildlife in Natural Habitats

People from around the world are drawn to the Florida Keys, seeking one-of-kind opportunities to encounter the island chain’s indigenous creatures. Whether exploring the many national wildlife refuges or getting up close to a bottlenose dolphin or sea turtle, there are numerous ways for visitors to get “simply wild.” 
30 June 2017

Simply Saltwater: Florida Keys Water Adventures Beckon

A trip to the Florida Keys offers an inviting array of sea-based adventures for nature lovers, adventurers and even couch potatoes. Visitors can explore the waters surrounding the islands at their own pace and energy level. 
30 June 2017

Florida Keys Garden Attractions Are ‘Simply Natural’

 The subtropical Florida Keys & Key West are resplendent with indigenous species in hidden, tucked-away gardens nestled throughout the 125-mile-long island chain.