Dry-Tortugas.net: a New Website for Travelers Visiting the Dry Tortugas

Taking travel websites one step further are the creators of Dry-Tortugas.net, a brand new website offering gorgeous photos, insiders' tips, and everything from practical info to natural history of the Dry Tortugas. Filled with beautiful photos, detailed descriptions, and useful tips for the traveler, Dry-Tortugas.net offers everything you'd need to know about this treasured National Park, were you planning to visit.

Online PR News – 04-September-2009 – – Key West, Florida, August 29, 2009 - The launch of this new website is truly exciting, mainly because it offers what no other site on the Web comes close to offering visitors: lots and lots of top quality photos so you can almost experience the park itself from your own PC. And when it comes to planning your vacation, this is priceless information. While other travel sites are trying to steer their visitors to online booking agencies for a commission, Dry-Tortugas.net offers information, photos, and tips from writers and photographers who live in Key West, the closest inhabited island to the Dry Tortugas and from where ferrys for the Park journey out every day. The creators consider their brand new site almost a work of art, from the glorious color photos to the carefully written pages on the Dry Tortugas. All info is verified, tested, and re-tested for the best, most up-to-date Dry Tortugas travel website out there.

"We just love it!" exclaims Mary Bedoc, resident of Taylor, Wisconsin. "We visit Key West every year, renting a home for about a month. Dry Tortugas is our favorite day trip from Key West, and even though we've been dozens of times, we're very impressed with the new website these young folks have made". Ms. Bedoc continues, "The photographs always show us something new, or inspire us for upcoming travel when we're stuck inside at home. And we just love the history of Fort Jefferson!".

Extras like providing readers historical accounts of the Dry Tortugas make the new website stand out from the rest, who offer mostly incentives to book ferry tickets or sea plane rides to the islands. "The purpose of this wonderful new site really seems informational, not promotioal in nature, and that's really appreciated by readers. In the internet world, readers are always wary of being sold something, or they suspect alterior motives, but not with dry-tortugas.net", says Hal Cummings, Director Of Tourism Studies at Taylor Community College in Wisconsin.

To see for yourself, visit the brand new site at: http://www.dry-tortugas.net

Dry-Tortugas.net was created by Eileen Moynihan, Gerry Alderkin, and Mike DiPaolo, all residing in Key West, FL. They cover content, photos, web design and website maintenance, nuts to bolts. All three have been in some form of the tourism and web development world for more than a decade. Dry-tortugas.net seeks to offer travelers a clear vision of America's Most Remote National Park, so that it may be appreciated and loved for generations to come.

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