Biscayne National Park

Mostly underwater, save for a few white-sand keys that could easily feature in Robinson Crusoe, the Biscayne National Park is where the Sunshine State meets the ocean. The piece de resistance is the Florida Reef, which unfolds in an aquatic wonderworld of elkhorn corals and star corals and zebrafish. Of course, it’s a snorkeling and scuba heaven, with potential sightings of manatees (the sea cow) on the menu.

Mostly underwater, save for a few white-sand keys that could easily feature in Robinson Crusoe, the Biscayne National Park is where the Sunshine State meets the ocean. The piece de resistance is the Florida Reef, which unfolds in an aquatic wonderworld of elkhorn corals and star corals and zebrafish. Of course, it’s a snorkeling and scuba heaven, with potential sightings of manatees (the sea cow) on the menu.

Biscayne National park encompasses coral reefs, picturesque shorelines, and endless views. Explore the pristine coastline of the National Park and witness the magnificence of dolphins, pelicans, and turtles in their natural habitat. Including world-class dive sites, a swimming lagoon, shimmering turquoise waters, and a small beach that is perfect for children- Biscayne National Park is a Floridian treasure.

Biscayne National Park consists of vast coral reefs, sandy islands to explore, and lush plant life. Home to dolphins, pelicans, and turtles, Biscayne National Park has prime diving and snorkeling spots, and panoramic coastal views.

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Mostly underwater, save for a few white-sand keys that could easily feature in Robinson Crusoe, the Biscayne National Park is where the Sunshine State meets the ocean. The piece de resistance is the Florida Reef, which unfolds in an aquatic wonderworld of elkhorn corals and star corals and zebrafish. Of course, it’s a snorkeling and scuba heaven, with potential sightings of manatees (the sea cow) on the menu.

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