Key West Tours offers off season discounts for Both Locals and Visitors
Online PR News – 24-August-2010 – – It may be the slower season in Key West, but the action doesn't stop. For those visiting the Southernmost City in late August and September, deep discounts can be found on everything from tours to hotel rooms. August means beautiful weather on the water, with calm seas and sunny skies and the occasional more than welcome afternoon shower. All types of fishing are popular this time of year, and mahi mahi can be found offshore so calmer seas are appreciated. Nevertheless, this is the slow season in Key West, which means discounts for everyone who looks for them. Key West Tours, a division of Key West Snorkeling Co, offers visitors discounts and price guarantees on a huge variety of things, from Key West vacation rentals to a day of fishing on the flats.
Discounts are for everyone but some discounts are for locals, who remain year round in Key West and deserve a break during the hottest months, according to Jim Sykes, manager of PR at Key West Snorkeling Co. That's why his company offers access to discounted tickets for locals to the Dry Tortugas in August. The discount is significant, and can be obtained through any one of his company's websites. Tickets to the Dry Tortugas include breakfast, lunch, beverages, snorkel gear, a nature guide to accompany the group, and tour of the historic Civil War era fort located on the largest of the islands at Dry Tortugas, Fort Jefferson.
Trips to the Dry Tortugas take all day, with estimated return time at the dock at 5:30pm. For those who want to go parasailing or take tours of Key West, that will have to be done on another day. Key West Snorkeling Co. also offers August discounts on these activities as well.
Discounts are also available for Dolphin Tours, bicycle tours, and snorkeling trips out of Key West. It's a great time to be in Key West if you're budget-minded and love the water. "Snorkeling is great in summer in Key West" says Mr. Sykes, who favors this season for snorkeling on the reef. "It's s great way to beat the heat and see the reef, one of Key West's most precious natural resources" added the avid diver and snorkeling enthusiast. Snorkeling trips out of Key West can also be combined with other activities like kayaking, parasailing, and a sunset cruise, all available as different packages to choose from on his company's main website.
The discounts won't last forever, as Mr. Sykes reports his company's off season rates will go up again soon after hurricane season ends. For now, those planning a vacation to Key West can rest assured that discounts will last the entire month of August. This includes accommodations, snorkeling, Dry Tortugas and For Jefferson, dolphin tours, and jet ski rentals. For more information, visitors can visit www.keywestvacationguide.com and browse the deals. Current events, a blog, and photos can also be found at the comprehensive guide to visiting Key West.