The leading center for information and reservations for Dry Tortugas and Fort Jefferson excursions is unveiling its new blog highlighting useful information and facts relating to the islands of the Dry Tortugas
Online PR News – 22-March-2010 – – The crew behind DryTortugasInfo.com, the website for the leading Dry Tortugas and Fort Jefferson information and reservations center, is unveiling their new Dry Tortugas information blog. The blog will feature weekly updates on various useful information and facts about the Dry Tortugas and Fort Jefferson including park history, info on nature and wildlife, environmental news, climate reports, and much more.
The website already serves as the one of the internet's most comprehensive sources for information on the islands. The new blog is intended to expand the information visitors can learn about the Dry Tortugas before their trip.
As one of the country's most unique national parks, the Dry Tortugas National Park is filled with all kinds of wildlife ranging from turtles and other marine life that make their home among the coral reef gardens located just a few yards from the islands' beaches. The islands also have a fascinating and complex history, emblematized by the massive all-brick fort, Fort Jefferson, located on the Dry Tortugas' main island of Garden Key.
"There is so much information you can learn about the Dry Tortugas and Fort Jefferson," says reservations agent Jennifer Armstrong of the Dry Tortugas Information Center. "The new blog will serve as a source of information as well as a place where we can report news and updates related to the Tortugas."
After reading the plethora of information on their website, interested travelers can also book day trips and camping trips out to the Dry Tortugas through the Dry Tortugas Information Center. The center has knowledgeable agents working 7 days a week that are on hand from 8Am to 9PM to answer questions and take reservations.
The Dry Tortugas and Fort Jefferson day trips depart daily at 8AM. Guests on board one of the two ferries can enjoy complimentary breakfast and lunch, an informative guided tour of Fort Jefferson, and a chance to experience the best Key West snorkeling around. To learn more about the Dry Tortugas and the daily excursions, visit DryTortugasInfo.com.