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Dry Tortugas National Park

@ Gulf of Mexico 24 38’00″N 82 55’12″W

Accessible only by seaplane or boat, 67 miles west of Key West, this uninhabited oasis is home to 16 million bricks, one lost but well cared for alligator, and a coral reef sanctuary ripped from the pages of National Geographic. Put this National Park on your bucket list.

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    • Linda – The plane ride was spectacular (and calm) and no need to worry about safety. The pilots all have Alaskan-bush flying experience and years of flying seaplanes. They supply you with coolers with water/soft drinks of your choice as well as snorkeling equipment. If you do the 1/2 day excursion, I would recommend eating prior to your trip and if you decide to the full day trip, you may pack a lunch to put in the coolers provided. It’s a trip I would recommend to everyone!

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