Fishing Diving & Snorkeling…These Young Ladies Do It All Off The Florida Keys
The 120-mile Florida Keys island chain is home to the continental United States’ only living-coral barrier reef. This teeming backbone of marine life runs the length of the Keys about five miles offshore and offers Florida Keys scuba diving vacation memories that last a lifetime. The coral formations are famous for their abundance of fish, from impressive schools of blue-striped grunts to toothy green moray eels.
The U.S. government established the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary to protect their marine habitat.