Jet Charter in The Florida Keys & Key West
Take a private jet charter to The Florida Keys also known as the American Caribbean. The Florida Keys is the group name for islands that run south west form the city of Miami. The Florida Keys span a near 110 Miles and are connected by bridges and causeways. The first island encountered is Key Largo, the island just south of Key Largo is Islamorada, the midway island is Marathon, the lower island is Big Pine and the Southernmost Point is Key West.
One of the main attractions in Key Largo is the John Pennekamp State Park, which is a coral reef state park and was the first undersea park created in the United States. A 6800-acrea area of Key Largo is closed to the public because it is the Crocodile Lake National Wildlife Refuge and is the primary breeding ground for the endangered American crocodile.
Big Pine Key is home to several shops that host dive and snorkel trips, daytime and nighttime, to Looe Key Marine Sanctuary, part of the reef system that runs along the length of the Florida Keys. One of the most amazing beaches of the Florida Keys is Bahia Honda State Park and it can be found on Big Pine Key.
Key West is the last Florida Key linked by the Overseas Highway. There is no other place in the country where you can see so many species of marine life in one place. Wrecks and reefs, both artificial and natural coral, are home to hundreds of species of tropical and game fish. This allows for a more enjoyable experience fishing and snorkeling.
With its midway location, Marathon is known as the heart of the Florida Keys. Marathon is separated from the Lower Florida Keys on the south end by the Seven Mile Bridge. The Seven Mile Bridge has been seen in many movies and is host to the Seven Mile Bridge Run each year. Each of the smaller islands making up Marathon has a characteristic all its own.