Key Largo Island is the longest island in the Keys Archipelago located in the Atlantic Ocean south of the Florida Peninsula in the United States.
This is where you can enjoy the iconic ship “the African Queen” which was built in 1912. This famous boat was used for a film of the same name in 1951.
The longest Keys Island became famous after the release of the film “Key Largo” in 1947, starring Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall, A local bar, the Caribbean Club, hosted some scenes from the film.
The island is also known for its various shows; if you wish to have a special experience and attend a dolphin or sea lion show, we offer you the “The Theater of The Sea”.
You can be more adventurous and try swimming with dolphins, rays and even sharks!
Key Largo is home to tropical hardwoods, winding creeks, two state parks, a national park and part of a national marine sanctuary.
Key Largo offers some of the most fascinating botanical landscapes in the state.
From small family homes to holiday homes and large resorts, there is something for everyone.
This magnificent site is considered a paradise for scuba divers because it is characterized by its underwater park, which is one of the largest underwater parks in Florida and contains more than 600 species of fish and 40 species of coral.
This beautiful island is also the largest reptile reserve in North America with more than 500 species of reptiles.
Don’t miss an Eco-tour in the bay of the island you will have the chance to explore the spectacular landscapes and birdlife of the island and its archipelago!
If you visit Key Largo, you can enjoy the island’s links with the sea, namely:
- Scuba diving,
- An underwater hotel,
- Sport fishing,
- Beautiful beaches and dolphin shows.
The island also offers its visitors many shoreline attractions, including nature trails and a rehabilitation center for wild birds.