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Skyviews Miami Observation Wheel – skyline photos of Miami – 401 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132

Brickell Key Park 749 Brickell Key Dr

Miami, FL 33131

25.764974, -80.184762

Cape Florida Lighthouse, 1200 Crandon Blvd, Key Biscayne, FL 33149

Caballero Rivero Woodlawn North  8-5:30

3262 S.W. 8th Street

Miami, Florida, 33135 USA

Coordinates: 25.76110, -80.24940



Manuel Artime                  Mausoleum, Unit 9, Corridor 2, Section 40, Crypt B


Fernando Bujones


Jorge Mas Canosa


Dixie Dunbar  Mausoleum, Unit 11 Section 5 Corridor 2 Crypt 2B 2nd floor


Victor J. Ghezzi


Rafael Guas Inclan           Mausoleum


GEN George Churchill Kenney  Mausoleum, Unit 9 Corridor 3 Section 13 Couch Crypt A

Gerardo Machado y Morales       Mausoleum, Section 14 


Carlos Prio Socarras 


Ramon “Mongo” Santamaria 25.6581936,-80.3816757


Anastasio Somoza Debayle 

Unknown Cuban Freedom Fighter Memorial

Maybe Biscayne National Park Ranger Station, Homestead, FL 33033

Miami Memorial Park Cemetery  25.709490, -80.319329

Boca Chita Key Heritage Cruise from Coconut Grove

Thursday, April 20th 2023 @ 9:15am – 12:45pm

We highly recommend parking in the Regatta Harbour Parking Garage located at 3351 Pan American Dr, Miami, FL 33133.


Please meet us at:

3500 Pan American Dr
Miami, FL 33133

Dinner Key Marina in Coconut Grove. Our dock is located next to the Miami City Hall building on its north side before Pier 1.




1.75 hours to Flamingo Visitor Center 8-5  25.141402, -80.924207

1 Flamingo Lodge Hwy

Homestead, Florida 33034



Backcountry Boat Tour

The 90 minute Everglades Backcountry Tour departs daily at 11:00 AM, 1:00 PM, & 3:00 PM. This boat tour ventures up the Buttonwood Canal through Coot Bay and Tarpon Creek into the mouth of Whitewater Bay.


Florida Bay Tour

The 90 minute Everglades Florida Bay Tour departs daily at 12 noon, 2 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. (subject to change with changing sunset times.) Along the way, the naturalist will highlight the unique plant and animal life the Everglades has to offer while outlining the rich history of Flamingo and Everglades National Park.



Dolphin Research Center 58901 Overseas Hwy, Grassy Key, FL 33050 When she died, of a heart attack, she was buried beneath a dolphin statue in the School’s courtyard. The DRC maintains the grave, and in honor of her accomplishments they always make it the first stop on the tour. A small plaque reads:


Dedicated to the memory of Mitzi

The original Flipper

1958 -1972


Quick Rundown of the Best Places to Watch Key West Sunsets

Mallory Square Sunset Celebration.

From the Water on a Sunset Cruise.

Latitudes Restaurant on Sunset Key.

Fort Zachary Taylor State Park Beach.

Southernmost Beach Cafe.

Sunset Pier Restaurant.

Higgs Beach Pier 1000 Atlantic Blvd, Key West, FL 33040

4 hours from Everglades visitor center

Nyah – Adult Exclusive


Key West – Old Town


Thu, April 20 after *


Fri, April 21 by

* If you are arriving after 9pm on the day of check-in, contact the hotel directly or your reservation may result in cancellation.


420 Margaret Street, Key West, FL 33040


Ghost Hunt & Robert the Doll Experience

Thursday, April 20 2023 @ 9:00pm – 10:00pm



Key West Seaplane Adventures to Dry Tortugas National Park

Friday April 21st 11:30am



3471 South Roosevelt Blvd.,

    Key West, FL 33040



Hi Tabitha

We are happy to confirm your reservation for 1 passenger on our 12:00pm Half Day trip to Fort Jefferson/Dry Tortugas National Park on Friday, April 21st, 2023.

Cancellation Policy: If you must change or cancel your reservation for any reason you must do so 24 hours prior to flight.  After this time your reservation cannot be changed and is non-refundable. Please respect that we have a very small capacity, no shows greatly impact our business. If the pilot cancels on the day due to bad weather, you may reschedule or receive a full refund. Key West Seaplane Adventures is NOT responsible for travel costs or hotel reservations should we have to cancel your tour due to aircraft maintenance or inclement weather.

Check in is required, please be on location no later than 30 minutes before flight time at our office located at Key West International Airport. Late arrivals are subject to cancellation without refund. We recommend you bring a towel, bathing suit, sunscreen, and a camera. We supply snorkel gear and coolers with water and soft drinks.



Things to Know

We are located at the General Aviation side of Key West Int’l Airport. Driving Directions (From North): Drive US1 south to the point where US1 meets Key West. The Highway splits. A right would take you towards downtown Key West. Left takes you to the beaches. Take the left turn, it is signposted A1A (S. Roosevelt Blvd). Keep straight for 1.3 miles. Turn right into the main entrance of Key West Int’l Airport. Keep straight at the first stop sign, towards arrivals.  Look for the “Short Term Parking” signs, all parking is in the “Short Term” lot.  We are located in the hangar at the far left of the General Aviation area.

PLEASE NOTE:  Due to airport construction we recommend you arrive here by taxi or ride share. If arriving by car there is paid parking in the adjacent airport short-term parking lot (Daily rate is $19.00). 

What we supply: Coolers with complimentary water/soft drinks & snorkeling equipment for your use on the island. You are welcome to bring your own gear.

What to bring: Towels, bathing suit, camera, sunscreen & change of dry clothes for your comfort on the return flight. There are changing rooms at Dry Tortugas. We do not supply any food and there is none available at the Dry Tortugas. On a half day trip, we recommend you eat before or after the trip. On the full day you will need to bring a packed lunch. We can supply extra coolers & ice. 

Please bring $15.00 cash Park Entrance Fee for all persons 17 or older. Exact change is greatly appreciated. National Park Passes, Golden Eagle, Golden Age & Golden Access Passport are honored. Must be presented at check-in.

This fee is collected by Key West Seaplane Adventures, on behalf of the National Park Service at check-in time. There is no need for cash on the island. However, you may want to bring a small amount for the Park Service Gift Shop.

What not to bring: We cannot carry dive tanks, dive weights, dive knives, flammable liquids, gas stoves, pets, beach chairs or shade umbrellas, no strollers please.

For further information please visit our website or call 305-293-9300.  

Ensuring a safe, clean, and inviting environment is the core of our commitment to providing the highest level of service. To achieve this objective, we will constantly monitor local and national advisories on the Corona Virus COVID-19 and will adjust safe practices and operations as recommended. 

Saturday  April 22nd


Big Cypress National Preserve – Reed Visitor Center 9-4:30 daily – 33000 Tamiami Trail E Ochopee, FL 34141



John and Mable Ringling Museum Grounds

Sarasota 27.383816, -82.564205


Manasota Memorial Park

Bradenton  27.446297, -82.547893


Sarasota Memorial Park 27.2688174,-82.5288130



Greenwood Cemetery

Saint Petersburg 27.759839, -82.645762



15 mins to Memorial Park Cemetery

Saint Petersburg  27.8236979,-82.7037840



American Legion Cemetery


3810 W. Kennedy Blvd

Tampa, Florida, 33609



Showmens Rest Cemetery


3541 N. North Blvd

Tampa, Florida, USA



Myrtle Hill Memorial Park

4002 N 50th St

Tampa, Florida, 33610 USA 27.982786, -82.404548



Dr Carl Von Cosel – 28.2358513,-82.1883774



Canaveral National Seashore  9-5pm


Apollo Beach Visitor Center, 7611 Atlantic Ave S, New Smyrna Beach, FL 32169 



The Pulse Interim Memorial  Daily from 7:30 AM to 12:00 AM
1912 S Orange Ave, Orlando, FL 32806


Enter the Pulse Memorial from either South Orange Avenue at the corner by the Pulse Sign or from Esther Street on the southwest corner of the site.