The remote Dry Tortugas National Park is 100 square miles of mostly open water with a group of seven small islands in the Gulf of Mexico 70 miles west of Key West. A marine and bird sanctuary, it has superlative coral reefs and marine life. A vast assortment of bird life frequents the park. The largest island, Garden Key, hosts the magnificent 19th Century Fort Jefferson. Walking tours are provided and snorkeling in the crystal clear waters with its incredible marine life is a must. All traffic is on foot. The park is accessible only by boat or seaplane.
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