Florida Keys

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Florida Keys — The Florida Keys archipelago is largely grouped into a trio of sister sections: the Upper, Middle, and Lower Keys. Although there are a number of smaller keys and towns, Key Largo, a scuba diving oasis (in the Upper Keys), sleepy Islamorada (in the Upper Keys), and quirky Key West (at the tail end of the Lower Keys) receive the most attention for their uniquely “Floribbean” appeal.

Why Go

For an exotic tropical escape close to Miami, the Caribbean, and Cuba without ever leaving the States.

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