06 July 2020

Here’s What It’s Like To Travel To The Florida Keys Right Now

The Florida Keys reopened on June 1st, removing its checkpoint and allowing tourists to return for the first time in months.

06 July 2020
Lonely Planet

The Florida Keys are open to visitors - here’s what you need to know

In 2019, in fact, the Florida Keys had 4.23 million overnight domestic visitors and was anticipating a similar level of visitors for 2020. That is, until the global pandemic hit, forcing the access roads to be closed, to those who don’t live or work in the Florida Keys. Now that the beloved archipelago has reopened to tourists, it’s time to explore the Keys again, with a few new rules in place, that is. 

29 June 2020
Travel Pulse

10 Must-See Sites in the Florida Keys for Animal and Nature-Lovers

Made up of nearly 1,700 islands covered in lush plant life and diverse animal species, the Florida Keys is the perfect destination for animal-lovers and nature-lovers alike. These are some of The Keys’ must-see sites for tourists looking for a unique wildlife experience.

25 June 2020
Trips to Discover

12 Best Places To Travel With Your Dog In The U.S.

With just a little advanced research, you can find dog-friendly hotels, dog-friendly restaurants and bars, and lots of parks for playtime and exercise. Well-behaved dogs can often tag along with you to outdoor shopping plazas, pet bakeries, ice cream shops, campgrounds, hiking trails, and sporting events too!
04 June 2020
The Points Guy

13 of the best beaches in Florida

It’s impossible to distill all of the beach options down to a short “best of” list but TPG does have some favorites to share. These are some of the most beautiful places in Florida, and each one is worth taking the time to explore.
01 June 2020
Travel Pulse

How Florida Keys Aims to Keep Travelers Safe Upon Reopening in June

In an interview with TravelPulse, the president of the Monroe County Tourist Development Council, Stacey Mitchell, reassures travelers that the safety of tourists, locals and employees will be the Key’s top priority upon reopening.

29 May 2020
Travel and Leisure

The Best Secluded Beaches in the U.S. (Video)

Dry Tortugas National Park is actually one of the country's least-visited national parks. This beach is only accessible by boat or plane, but the difficult commute is worth the trouble. Gorgeously pristine, blue waters and white sands await you once you arrive at the island park, which is 70 miles off the shore of Key West, where the historic Fort Jefferson still stands.

29 May 2020
Conde Nast Traveler

10 Best Hotels in Key West

No matter where you stay, from the moment you arrive, you’ll feel an instant wave of relaxation. No matter what you're after, our editors' guide to Key West's best hotels will help you find it. Read on for a definitive list.
20 May 2020

Florida Keys Reopening To Tourism On June 1

But when I saw that the Florida Keys were reopening, it really got my attention for two reasons. First, this is a great and varied destination that fits the bill of what people seem to want right now - almost all of its attractions and much of the dining are outdoors, in beautiful weather and a gorgeous setting.

20 May 2020
Northstar Meetings Group

Guide to Meeting & Event Planning in Florida Keys

Learn why you should host your next meeting, event or conference in the Florida Keys.