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Round trip Shuttle Service from Miami to Key West.
Confortable 3 hour ride in a luxury coach
One stop for breakfast
Free hotel pick-ups & drop-offs
Take an adventure from Miami to Key West, behold the beautiful sights of the Keys at the best prices around!
The sightseeing is breathe taking, especially the journey on the famous 7 mile bridge which stretches through over 40 different islands leading to the Southernmost Point Monument.
We have one stop for about 30 minutes, at a fast food place on the way so you can grab some breakfast or perhaps use the restroom.
Once there you have the opportunity of Snorkeling and diving in the crystal clear shallow waters of North America's only living coral reef and the third biggest reef in the world.
All trips include expert snorkeling instruction and snorkeling gear.
Tour departs from hotels in Miami Beach
with the free pick ups or from one of our terminals:
601 Washington Ave
235 9th Street
1657 Washington Ave
Arrival Time in Key West: approximately 12am.
Departure Time from Key West: approximately 6pm
Departure Point in Key West: Flagler Station (Crossing of Margaret and Caroline St.)
Arrival Time back in Miami: approximately 9:30pm
Hotel pickups commence prior to this time, you must contact
the local service provider to verify your exact pickup time.
Returns to original departure point
FAQ's (Frequently Asked Questions)
1) What is the distance from Miami to Key West?
The approximate driving distance from Miami to Key West is 161.7 miles away, (3 hours away).
2) Is there a Miami to Key West Ferry?
Unfortunately there is no Ferry available from Miami to Key West.
3) How many passengers travel by bus from Miami to Key West?
Answer 3: More than 40 passengers go with us from Miami to Key West daily.
4) Can we rent the whole Miami to Key West bus?
Renting the bus from Miami to Key West is a daily rate of $950.
5) What is included with the transportation from Miami to Key West?
Breakfast and restroom breaks in the morning, 6 hours of free time on the island and a trip back to your hotel.
6) If I want to drive down to Key West, how to get from Miami to Key West?
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7) How many miles from Miami to Key West?
The approximate distance from Miami to Key West is 161.7 miles away.
8) Is there any Miami to Key West cruise available?
Yes, traveling to Key West is another way to travel there.
9) Is it safe to travel from Miami to Key West by car?
It’s not recommended to drive to Key West by car, the 7 mile bridge is rated the #1 most dangerous road in the country due to the 1 way road.
10) Do you only do one day from Miami to Key West or can we stay multiple days?
We offer same day round trips and different day Key West trips.
11) Is there any boat Miami to Key West tour?
Unfortunately there is no Miami to Key West boat tours, but there are cruises from Miami to Key West.
Bus from Miami to Key West - A Fun, Convenient Way to Travel
Key West – An Island of Fascinating Contrasts
The little southernmost American island city of Key West has something for everyone. Historic attractions, museums, spooky legend and ghost tours, fascinating sunset sailing, snorkeling and reef excursions, hop-in hop-off city tours, bike rentals, casual by the sea food joints, world-class fine dining restaurant, carnivals and vibrant night life, Key West has it all.
Transportation to Key West
Travel from Miami to Key West by road, sea, or air. The distance is about 160 miles and takes 4-5 hours to drive. Sailing time is also approximately 4 hours. Depending on your budget and preference you may choose to travel by luxury buses, shuttles, public buses, high-speed ferries or cruise ships, all of which are easily accessible and frequent. Direct regular flights are also available from Miami International Airport. There are several travel and tour companies who run Miami to Key West buses, ferries and cruise lines, and offer various tour packages as well.
The overseas highway that connects Florida to Florida keys is surrounded by Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico, the emerald water stretches as far as you can see and it winds through scenic and breathtaking landscapes; the road trip to Key West can be aptly tagged as ‘Road to Paradise’.
Along the Way Miami to Key West
Experience adventure, beauty, art, music, and cuisine at some of the most famous keys of the Florida Keys archipelago. Discover the underwater treasures and the only living coral barrier reef at Key Largo. Go fishing at ‘Sport fishing Capital’ of the world and checkout exceptional statues of the artist colony in Rain Barrel at Islamorada. Snorkel, dive, and sail; at Marathon and taste their local favorite stone crab claws. Hike around the blue hole, watch out for key deer, and go on kayak trips at Big Pine Key.
Key West Tours
Key West has host of tourist attractions, land tours and sightseeing, museums, biking and walking tours, water sports, and cruises to name a few.
There are few major Key West Attractions that you must checkout, first up is the Sunset Celebration at Mallory Square, street performers, musicians, artists, jugglers, and numerous food stalls make the sun setting nothing short of a carnival, it is fun, one of its kind and totally memorable. Next up in the list is Duval Street, experience a whole new side of this town; it taps to a different beat by night. Lined with famous bars, fine-dining restaurant, cafes, pubs, night clubs, souvenirs stalls and shops, it is the place for dine, wine, and good times. Here you can also try their famous Key Lime Pie and Conch (a mollusk served in chowder), though every restaurant may have their own variation of these dishes, especially the dessert.
Explore the tropical island, its architectural genius; charm and beauty on Conch Tour Train ride, a legacy of Henry Flagler’s marvelous engineering. It is a guided tour that takes you back in time, and introduces the famous characters-Harry.S.Truman, Ernest Hemingway, James Audubon and likes, whose residence have now been turned into museums and are open for visitors.
Another conducted tour of Key West’s history, folklore and facts is a Southernmost Duck Tour, a 90 minute sightseeing tour by land and sea. Key West is apparently the 4th most haunted city of America and if you like spooky things, do not miss the fright-seeing. Ghost and Gravestone tour, an evening adventure in a trolley of doom that explores the town’s haunted past. You can go for tour packages offered by various travel companies that would include one or many of these tours or explore these options with the local tour operators at your own convenience and pace once you are there. Or you can just relax, unwind, and do your own thing.