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Oct 24, 2013 - Snorkel and Explore Key West Reef and Island

Key West Reef is a protected marine sanctuary and if you are only in Key West for the first time and is the kind of person to fall in love with nature easily, then our advice would be to make a quick private bus charter stop at Reef Express Snorkeling tour. Not only will you be exposed to marine life under the sea but the tour serves as an educational tool for people who are interested in coral reefs. For most of our private bus customers, making a stop here is one of the best things that they could have done for themselves during their visit to Key West.

The water is amazingly gorgeous and you can literally look into the water and see the waterbed. Even from afar, the schools of fishes and sparkling and enticing coral reefs will jump out at you. If you have a waterproof camera, please bring it along and snap away! You will be bringing home such amazing memories with you.

First, take the boat out for a quick tour around the island and then hit the shores for snorkeling with family and friends. Some might be worried that if they get too far away from the boat when snorkeling, they might end up being left behind. Please note that the people managing these snorkeling tours are extremely professional and experienced. A headcount is done very regularly so that they know who is where all the time.

Is it suitable for the little ones? With your guidance and support, we are sure they will manage well on their own. Snorkeling and diving are two different types of activities - snorkeling is fine for little kids as supervision is given, you need licence and better understanding for diving adventures.

Key West is a small island located slightly off the Straits of Florida. It is merely ninety miles from Cuba and is at the southernmost part of Florida Keys. There are some awesome reviews about holidays, bus charter vacations and tour deals on the internet and we encourage everyone to do some research before heading over. The small and quaint original neighborhood in key West is a place appropriately called ‘Old Town’ and if you are here in Key West, make it a point to stop by and make friends with the locals. They are warm, friendly and do not mind sharing their stories with you. Enjoy the very classic-looking bungalows (you don’t really find homes like these anymore especially if you live in a busy downtown area) and we were bowled over with guest mansions for rent.