Snorkeling the Florida Keys guide is a great for those who want to explore the rich maritime history, vital ecology of south Florida’s reef system, brightened with historical nuggets and practical tips for novice and experienced snorkelers.
From Carysfort Reef to Indian Key to Dry Tortugas National Park, The Florida Keys Snorkel Guide features unforgettable snorkel sites, including reefs, wrecks, and beaches along with marine life information.
The third largest barrier reef system in the world runs along the east side of the Florida Keys and is fed by the nutrient-rich waters of the Gulf Stream. These warm waters are home to stunning coral reefs and spectacular marine life. From seahorses to manatees, nature’s most intriguing wonders can be found here.
Written by Brad Bertelli freelance writer living in the Florida Keys. He provides practical travel advice and GPS coordinates to easily access each site, ands useful information such as water depth, marine environment, notable shipwrecks, and engrossing historical facts.