March has arrived, and there’s no better place to escape to than Key West! Trade in your snow boots and jackets for flip flops and swimsuits, as the sunny clear skies and turquoise blue waters of paradise set your mind at ease. Whether you’re looking for a relaxing island getaway with family or on the hunt for tropical fun with friends, Key West in the springtime offers something for all types of travelers!
Have the Ultimate Spring Adventure
Now – April 30
There are so many amazing things to do on the waters of Key West that, rather than make you choose between them, Fury Water Adventures has packaged them together. The Ultimate Adventure is the most popular way to spend a day on the water – you will get breakfast and lunch to go with a full day of snorkeling, parasailing, banana boat ride, jet skiing as well as experiencing Florida’s only state-certified inflatable & most expansive water park! Learn more about our spring specials.
Explore the Secret Gardens of Key West
If you’ve ever wondered what’s behind the fences of charming and historic Old Town houses, the annual Key West House and Garden Tour is a must-do experience for you. Marvel at creative interiors, impeccable restorations, impressive antique and art collections and lush tropical gardens hidden beyond plain sight. Architecture, interior design and landscape enthusiasts will want to purchase their tickets for this single-weekend event online in advance.
Go Green on the Ocean Blue
Not all Key West’s St. Patrick’s Day celebrations take place on terra firma. We are getting into the spirit of things with some added twists you’ll enjoy as you snorkel, jet ski, parasail and more on our various adventure packages. Select trips will have green beer on tap and those excursions that include meals will feature a special St. Patrick’s Day inspired menu! How’s that for good luck! View all our St Patrick’s Day trips here.
Enjoy Fresh Florida Lobster (in Season)
Most of the lobster on Key West menus isn’t necessarily the kind you’re used to in other parts of the country. Our lobsters – called Florida spiny lobsters – may lack the big claws characteristic of their northeastern cousins, but they make up for it in extra tasty tails. No Key West culinary experience is complete without trying locally caught spiny lobster and there are oh-so-many ways to enjoy them. But if you’re looking for them fresh off the boat, get ‘em before the end of the harvest season on March 31.
Enjoy the Weather & View while enjoying a yummy Lobster Taco
Located on Elizabeth Street, in the Historic Seaport a few blocks away from Mallory Square, Fisherman’s Cafe features a charmingly nostalgic ambience and delicious local cuisine. Serving up island favorites with a modern twist, this walk-up eatery is the rebirth of an old local favorite, where conchs came to swap stories and catch up on the news of the day. Make sure to grab a bite of their delicious lobster tacos before continuing to discover paradise!