- Created on Wednesday, 17 August 2011 10:36
- Written by David Wolf
- Category: Business Travel
There is no way not to be awed when visiting the Florida Keys. The Keys are an unique destination, with their own particular beauty and elegance, they are truly an unique experience for any visitor. My mind and body begin to relax as I enter Key Largo, as I realize that I am beginning to enter the Keys. To purchase or rent a great timeshare in the Keys, contact Mr. Chad Newbold, with offices in Orlando.
Route 1 is the sole route to travel from across the Keys and it is magnificent. It goes through tiny villages, orange groves, and passes many small beaches. Shore fisherman, cast for snapper and yellowtail, while flat bottom boats work their way through the flats in their quest for elusive bonefish.
Everywhere, the water is a different and beautiful color: green, turquoise, sapphire, and beige. On the left hand side lies the Atlantic Ocean, shallow and with different shades of aqua marine, on the right side is Florida Bay and then the Gulf of Mexico. Islands dot the landscape in the Gulf, as do boats seeking pleasure or fish, or both.
The trip to Key West could never be described as drab or without scenic beauty. It has great scenic beauty, something new and different around every corner or over every bridge, particularly the seven mile bridge. Pelicans, large and graceful, fly beside your vehicle as you travel down the highway. Islamorada and Marathon are the only towns that impede the traffic flow on the trip to Key West. Slightly north of Marathon is a location that allows you to swim with the dolphins at the Dolphin Research Center. At last, Key West, unfolds. It is a bustling place with lots of people, lots of shops and lots of restaurants.
When you contemplate the Keys, you may consider Key Largo and Key West. If you are considering which one you want to visit on your trip, then take a look at what they both have to offer a would be visitor. To find out which of the Florida Keys locations are most suitable for vacation, contact Chad Newbold, who specializes in Florida timeshares and vacations.
Key West and Key Largo are somewhat similar in their own ways. You can experience about the same activities but each activity may offer different things. Key West and Key Largo both offer, diving and snorkeling with the wonderful underwater creatures of the waters. Both have great fishing and tours of marine life. Both have great restaurants for families. Both have hotels that fit any type of vacation. Both have exotic animals for your kids to see and learn more about. Both have interesting museums and theater for your family enjoyment.
Key West has diving and snorkeling to witness an unique underwater marine habitat, but if you desire to have a richer diving and snorkeling experience, then Key Largo boasts underwater shipwrecks and underwater statues from hundreds of years ago that are now home to thousands of unique underwater marine life.
Key West is more desirable location for fly fishing or hook and line fishing. Key West hosts some of today's biggest fishing tournaments. Key Largo has waters that are protected from fishing, but there are still some great fishing locations.
Key Largo and Key West both enjoy the same types of activities and events, but each activity is unique depending on its location. So perhaps, it may be beneficial to visit both places, if time permits. Key Largo and Key West are both two of the most unique and scenic destinations to visit and expose your children to this uniquely beautiful experience.