Close to Miami, yet worlds away, is a watery wonderland. Biscayne National Park protects and preserves a significant marine ecosystem that includes a shallow bay, undeveloped islands and coral reefs. The islands are the northernmost of the Florida Keys and contain tropical hardwood forests in their interiors. East of the islands lie coral reefs that support a colorful kaleidoscope of plants, fish and other sea creatures. Mangroves line the bay and draw birds, lobsters, sea turtles and manatees. The easiest way to see the park’s underwater riches is to take a trip aboard a glass-bottomed boat.
Handpicked Holiday Ideas
Selection of recommended holiday itineraries that can be either tailored to your interests and requirements or booked as they are.