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Upper Keys Attractions
African Queen
MM 100
Holiday Inn Docks
Key Largo, FL

This is the original boat from the movie "The African Queen" 
starring Humphrey Bogart and Katherine Hepburn. There is no 
fee for viewing.

Key Largo Princess Glass Bottom Boat  
305 451-4655 877-648-8129
Holiday Inn Docks, MM 100
Key Largo, FL

View the beautiful, underwater world of John Pennekamp Coral 
Reef State Park on the 75-foot, 149-passenger, spacious, air-
conditioned motor yacht. Cocktails and continuous viewing.  
Daily cruises.  

Dolphin Cove Research & Education Center  
101900 Overseas Highway  
Key Largo, FL  

Sister facility to Dolphins Plus. Dolphin Cove has one daily 
Natural Swim at 9:45 am. and three structured swims daily.  

Dolphins Plus Inc  
31 Corrine Place  
Key Largo, FL
305 451-1993

Dolphins Plus, Inc operates a marine mammal facility involved in 
environmental education programs, in-water therapy with 
disabled children and the study of inter-species interaction 
between dolphins and humans.  

Swim with Dolphins or Sea Lions
Reservations recommended

John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park
MM 102.5
Key Largo, FL

This park offers some of the best diving and snorkeling in the 
Keys. Glass bottom boat, snorkel and dive tours, visitor center, 
concession center, gift shops, camping, canoeing/kayaking, 
fishing, boardwalk, beach. The first undersea park in the United 
States, John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, and the 
adjacent Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, cover 
approximately 178 nautical square miles of coral reefs, 
seagrass beds and mangrove swamps. The park extends 3 
miles into the Atlantic Ocean and is approximately 25 miles in 
length. These areas were established to protect and preserve a 
portion of the only living coral reef in the continental United 
States. Admission charged.

Robbie's of Islamorada Tarpon Feeding

Dozens of huge glittering tarpons live near Robbie's Marina 
where visitors buy buckets of fish to feed them and watch them 
frantically eating as much as they can as fast as they can.

Theater of the Sea  
305 664-2431
MM 84.5  
Islamorada, FL

This is a 17 acre marine mammal facility. They offer guided 
tours that feature many species of marine life, tropical birds and 

•Bottomless Boat Rides

•Parrot Show

•Swim with Dolphins, Sea Lions or Stingrays

•Meet the Sea Lion

•4-hour dolphin adventure snorkel cruise

•1/2 and full day fishing charters.

Reservations recommended. Shows from 9:30 am to 4:00 pm 
every day.