English, Spanish widely spoken.
110 volts, 60 cycles, with North American-style outlets.
Non-U.S. citizens need a valid passport.
A hyperbaric chamber is located in Key Largo.
Temperatures range from 65 - 89°F. Maximum rainfall is in September.
Tend to hover around the mid-80s in the summer months. In the winter, temperatures can dip to the high 60s.
The Keys are home to the United States’ only living coral barrier reef, the third-largest reef in the world. The reef runs parallel to the Keys less than 10 miles (16 km) offshore. Divers come to experience clear water, colorful varieties of marine life and intriguing shipwrecks. Tropical fish, green moray eels, striped grunts and occasional deepwater pelagics are found here. Coral-encrusted shipwrecks provide excellent homes for marine life and eerie structures for curious divers to explore.
Shipwrecks sunk as artificial reefs and historical ships sunk by raging storms have become a haven for divers with a passion for wreck diving. Shipwreck Trail, made up of world-class wrecks, begins off Key Largo where the wreck of the Spiegel Grove rests 130 feet (39 m) below the surface.Learn more about The Florida Keys dive sites.
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