Twilight Tour
Private Groups only

Experience the Lower Florida Keys at twilight!
Depart the island of Key West, Visit & learn about the Bat Tower, Blue Hole, National Key Deer Refuge, and No Name Pub, as you enjoy a scenic, entertaining tour of the southernmost islands along the Overseas Highway, US 1.
Dine at a local's favorite restaurant up the keys (food and beverages at tour stops not included in tour price). Look for Key Deer, Alligators, Turtles, Birds, and other wildlife.  Tour is approximately 4 hours. 
Half-Day Adventure: $89 adults, $59 children 12 yrs & under (plus tax)
Military and local discounts available.

Dolphin Days 

Aquarium Encounters

Located on Grassy Key at the former site of the Flipper Sea School (yes, Flipper from the TV show), the Dolphin Research Center houses and cares for dolphins that can't survive in the wild. Enjoy an included orientation of this working research facility. We spend about two hours here, where you can watch a feeding, enjoy a dolphin show, attend a short informational seminar, or relax in the shade and just watch them swim around. Learn the names of these gentle creatures and be entertained by their amazing learned behaviors. 
For an additional fee, you can choose an optional dolphin encounter or swim with dolphins. Click here to learn more!
Pet the stingrays, get up close to four different species of sharks and a giant grouper, visit with the resident iguanas and tortoises, feed local tarpon that have made their home here at the aquarium. Check out the reef fish, starfish, horseshoe crabs, octopi, and baby rays.
For an additional fee, you can choose an optional Encounter. Click here to learn more!
All-Day Adventure: $159 adults, $129 children 12 yrs & under
(plus tax).
All-Day Adventure: $159 adults, $129 children 12 yrs & under
(plus tax).

What you may encounter on our road trips!

  • The Overseas Highway & 20+ bridges
  • The 7-Mile Bridge, 8th Wonder of the World
  • National Key Deer Wildlife Refuge
  • The Blue Hole on Big Pine Key
  • Bahia Honda State Park
  • The Dolphin Research Center on Grassy Key
  • Florida Keys Aquarium Encounters in Marathon
For the deer, it is an old familiar story. They have survived thousands of years. Small and defenseless as they seem,
they have outlived the
mammoths and the mastodons,
the giant bison and the huge bears,
the dire wolves and the
saber-toothed tigers
that roamed this land
near the retreating glacier
of the last ice age.
The Key Deer still live in wildness,
never far from the edge of flight.
If the toy deer survive the age of man,
it will be because we value the
beauty of the wildness and
care for the land that gives it life. 
Contributed by Bob Cintron, December 1996
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