Congratulations on Becoming
a Florida Keys Reef Explorer!
Enjoy exploring at least one of the unique reef diving
or snorkeling experiences in each region of the Florida Keys:
Key Largo, Islamorada, Marathon, Big Pine & the Lower Keys, and Key West.
How it Works
Beginners, seasoned divers and snorkelers can become a Reef Explorer. Upon your arrival to the Florida Keys, ask any dive or snorkel operator for a complimentary Reef Explorer Guide. The guide highlights the unique coral reefs from Key Largo to Key West. To participate, simply collect a stamp from any dive or snorkel operator you book a reef charter with in each of the Keys' five regions to total five stamps (one in each region).
Upon completion send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to receive your access code to personalize and print a Florida Keys Reef Explorer poster.
First-timers, families and fun-loving outdoors groups can enjoy the underwater world and keep a souvenir! Be sure to ask your dive or snorkel operator for your free Reef Explorer journal during your Florida Keys visit.
For as long as divers have prowled the seas, Key Largo has prevailed as one of the top dive destinations in the Western Hemisphere.
Hen & Chickens? Pickles Reef? While Islamorada might not sound
like a serious dive destination, slip below the surface and behold a strange and
wonder-filled world rich with diversity and teeming with sea life.
With a name like Marathon, you’d expect the middle of the Keys to offer nonstop diving adventure. You won’t be disappointed.
Big Pine Key & The Lower Keys
The Lower Keys are the least developed of The Florida Keys and in many ways the most natural.
If you’ve ever wondered why much of the inspiration for Key West’s art community comes from the sea, take a look below the surface.