Things to Do in Key West

NYAH is only a few blocks away from the energetic Duval Street, Mallory Square, Historic Seaport and everything that makes Key West a traveler’s paradise. Experience the magnificent beaches, shopping, the fantastic nightlife, delicious restaurants, eclectic bars, and much more! Interested in booking a land or sea tour? Our on-site Tour Concierge can assist with booking the perfect Key West experience.

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Sunset Sails

The Key West Sunset celebration invites everyone to partake in watching the glowing pink and red sun sink into the Gulf of Mexico horizon. You can select from the following sunset sails and enjoy the golden hour either with your friends or with your truelove.

Wind and Wine Sunset Sail

Commotion on the Ocean: Live Music Sunset Sail

Champagne Sunset Cruise

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Snorkeling Excursions

Treat yourself to a morning or afternoon snorkeling excursion to North America’s only living coral reef and meet the colorful marine species that inhabit the reef.

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Combo Water Adventures

Try a fun trip packed with snorkeling, jet skiing, and kayaking. You will also jump, swim and play on a giant water trampoline.

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Couple parasailing.


Soar above the emerald blue waters of Key West on a 12 passenger parasailing boat and enjoy breathtaking bird’s eye views of our island.

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Jet Ski Tours

Enjoy the different Jet Ski Tours available and see the island in true Key West style from water. Follow the expert guides as you travel through the Key West backcountry, past Mallory Square, the Southernmost Point, and some of the most stunning natural beauty you will ever encounter.

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From Blue Marlin to Yellowtail Snapper, there is always something to be caught when you go to a fishing excursion.

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Shallow reef.


Book either your morning or afternoon 2-tank dive to the 2nd largest artificial reef, the USNS General Hoyt S. Vandenberg. This retired naval ship was intentionally sunk in 2008 to create Key West’s newest and largest artificial reef.

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Guided Kayak and Paddleboard Tours

KAYAK AND PADDLEBOARD TOURS: Take a kayak tour and explore the Florida keys marine ecosystem ad add backcountry snorkeling where you will swim over sponge beds and coral heads, and among fishes, rays, and sharks.

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Key West Jeep Adventures

Jeeps are more than just a means of transportation; they are icons of a fun-loving, nature-embracing, get-up-and-go lifestyle.

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