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Key West Charter Bus Rental 

Whether you're searching for a fast day trip, want to remain in Key West for a few days, or just need reliable one-way group transportation to the island, our charter bus to Key West is a great option. 

We have been providing affordable bus charters, transfers, and tours from our facilities in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and West Palm Beach to Key West for over 35 years.

Key West, the southernmost point in the United States and a must-see destination for many travelers, is known for its water sports, lively nightlife, beaches, historic sites, and pastel-colored conch-style architecture.

Some Things to do when you Visit Key West

You traveled all the way here on U.S. Highway 1, and now it's time to honor your journey. The historic road into and out of town is officially marked at Mile Marker 0. It is located near the intersection of Whitehead and Fleming Streets. On Duval Street, there is a store where you can buy hats, bumper stickers, and other touristy items, but it is not the same. Avoid falling for imitations! It's simple to locate on your own and capture on camera! 

This is without a doubt the most unique island in the chain of islands known as The Florida Keys. In addition to being the southernmost region in the USA, this region is well-known for having been the winter homes of President Harry S. Truman, Ernest Hemingway, and John Audubon. The three well-known figures had quite different outlooks on life from one another, which best illustrates Key West's diversity.

Key West has plenty to offer everyone, whether you have a penchant for conservation or you want to live in the moment. The Southernmost Point is a sizable stone marker that can be found at the end of Whitehead Street, where you may take your Mile Marker 0 photo. It serves to identify the southernmost point of the American continent. Surprisingly it isn't. The official location is a restricted U.S. Navy base a few hundred yards to the southwest, but only approved personnel are allowed there. Despite this, if you don't take a picture at this cool location, you can't claim to have visited Key West.

You can travel Key West without a car, which is one of its unique features. The best sights and activities can be fully appreciated on foot, on bicycle, or even in an electric vehicle. For a true taste of Key West, visit some of the city's many museums, theaters, bars, and sidewalk cafés.

It's challenging to fit all you want to see into the limited time you have while traveling to Key West and strolling down Duval Street. If you're only staying a day or two in town, you might want to think about joining a tour. You can start with the Conch Tour Train, but you can also discover more customized tours that can add a more individualized touch to your trip. Look for activities that can enhance your explorations of Key West and the rest of the Keys, such as cocktail crawls, bike tours, walking tours that include culinary samplings, or even scavenger hunts.

You can learn about the rum runners who created this noble drink at The First Legal Rum Distillery. Although the free excursions are only offered a few times every day, children and animals are welcome. Come sample a mojito at the free courses and tastings that are offered Monday through Saturday!

Fantasy Fest Key West

You need look no further than Fantasy Fest Key West if you're searching for a lengthy getaway. The fantasy street celebration is one of the most eagerly awaited events of the year every October. Fantasy Fest in Key West is a necessity for everyone looking for a fun, liberating, and adventurous way to pass the time.

We provide charter bus rentals from facilities in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and West Palm Beach to Key West. Get in touch with us for more information and a free quote.

Things to Do in the Florida Keys

For over 35 years we have been offering affordable charters and tours to The Florida Keys and Key West from Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Palm Beach, and all of South Florida. We offer group travel options that are convenient, safe, and comfortable for groups of all sizes. Our courteous staff and drivers are dedicated to making your trip a memorable one.

Go To Key Largo

Key Largo is the first of the Florida Keys, and it’s the self-proclaimed Dive Capital of the World. Expect to dive in and find yourself in an underwater park. In fact, John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park is located here, and it’s the first undersea park in the country. You can kayak through mangroves, snorkel or scuba dive, go sport fishing, or set out on a glass-bottom boat tour. For all of your favorite water activities, it doesn’t get much cooler than this!

You can also explore Key Largo by boat. If you’re older or not one for participating in activities yourself, boarding a vessel is a great way to get out on the water instead of getting in it. The African Queen Canal Cruise was made famous by the 1951 movie starring Humphrey Bogart and Katharine Hepburn. You can embark on a 90-minute sightseeing cruise departing from Marina del Mar. Or you can level up and take a dinner cruise! There’s fun for the whole family in Key Largo. 

Visit Islamorada

Islamorada is a village encompassing six of the Florida Keys that are known for their coral reefs. It’s located halfway between Miami and Key West. You can stop here for just a day trip or spend a bit longer seeing what there is to experience. This area provides you with activities, water sports, history, and local food. For example, you could swim with dolphins at the Theater of the Sea, which is Islamorada’s best-known attraction. It’s also known as the unofficial sport fishing capital of the world. This village of islands prides itself on fresh seafood, fine dining, and plenty of marinas. This artisan village is chock-full of colorful arts, crafts, and other island treasures.

Take a Trip to Bahia Honda State Park 

Bahia Honda State Park is located at Mile Marker 37 on Big Pine Key. It’s home to more than 150 species of rare flora and fauna. Here, you’ll find pristine and unspoiled beaches where you can shell, geocache, snorkel, and hang out. If you want to stay here, your options range from everything from primitive camping sites to glamping cabins. You can also see endangered Key deer as they feed and frolic in the Key Deer Wildlife Refuge, which is home to several hundred of the miniature deer.

See Dry Tortugas National Park 

This conglomerate of islands 70 miles (112.65 km) west of Key West is only accessible by boat or seaplane. Here, you’ll be able to explore the park’s historic Fort Jefferson, snorkel, dive, or swim in the clear waters, enjoy birdwatching, or camp under the stars. Don’t miss it!

Try Out Local Food 

No surprise that there will be plenty of fresh seafood to try when you’re visiting the Florida Keys. Here are some of the local foods you need to try when you’re on vacation:

Key West pink shrimp—sweeter than other varieties.

Hogfish - mild-flavored fish in the snapper family.

“Catch of the day” - snapper, grouper, mahi-mahi, Florida spiny lobster, pompano, yellowfin tuna, swordfish, wahoo, sea bass, scallops, conch, octopus, or calamari.

Lionfish—invasive species introduced to Florida during the 1980s that restaurants feature when available.

Salute Diversity and Openness

The Florida Keys are an incredibly open-minded destination. If you’re a member of the LGBTQ+ community, this is the perfect place to plan your next vacation. The Keys are a gay-friendly destination, particularly the westernmost island, Key West, where the city motto is “One Human Family”. Drag shows, weddings, water excursions, late-night parties, beaches, clothing-optional resorts, and the only gay & lesbian historic trolley tour make the island the preeminent LGBT vacation choice. Whether you are looking for a romantic retreat or decadent fun, you can find it here in Gay Key West, where there's a party 365 days a year!

Final Thoughts 

This 113-mile stretch of islands is some of the most beautiful scenery in the U.S. If you’ve been searching for the perfect destination this year, make it happen! We have been offering Florida Keys tours since 1986. Explore as much as you can while you’re down this way. As Jimmy Buffett famously sang, “These changes in latitudes, changes in attitudes, nothing remains quite the same.” You’ll never be the same after visiting Florida’s most beloved chain of breathtaking islands. Visit The Florida Keys and Key West today with your friends and family to make the best of your time in the State of Florida. The sand and sea are waiting for you.

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