Key West Day Tripping: 10 Activities and 12 Places to Eat and Drink
Experience the waters of Key West in the most carefree way — by booking a trip with Fury Water Adventures. We recommend the Island Adventure trip that hits all the high points on the locals’ list. Tour the mangrove canals through the “lakes passage,” paddleboard or kayak to a secluded sandbar and enjoy lunch, and snorkel some of the Keys’ best-kept secret spots.
No Fury Water Adventure trip is the same — varying weather conditions and surprise marine visitors (dolphins, manatees, rays, and native birds) make each outing unique.
The Island Adventure includes every thing a person might need — kayaks, paddleboards, breakfast, lunch, snorkel gear, and beverages. All of the vessels are USCG certified and have trained, knowledgeable, and fun staff aboard.
After disembarking, there’s a good sideshow just steps away at the Sunset Celebration at Mallory Square. Performers run the gamut from a tight ropewalker to juggler Will Soto who has been wowing crowds for decades with his routines. Every night, vendors set up booths to sell artwork, sculpture and jewelry, food and drink. Of course, the sunset is pretty great, too
Greene and Elizabeth streets, $45 with local ID
245 Front St., free