End of Hurricane Season Brings Discounts on Key West Activities
10/19/2010

Key West Snorkeling Co. is offering discounts this month on excursions and activities, to celebrate the end of hurricane season.

Online PR News – 19-October-2010 – – Now through December 1, the local business known for its snorkeling and diving trips, will be offering discounts through its partner websites for daily excursions to some of Key West's most popular attractions. Visitors can take advantage of online booking to get the discounts and price guarantees, and secure seats on excursion boats before they travel, making convenience a key aspect of the popular discount program.

Trips to the Dry Tortugas National Park will be the featured item of the End of Hurricane Season discount offer. Visitors to Key West who plan a trip to the National Park can buy tickets online before they travel to the island, and receive discounts and price guarantees. A price guarantee is basically a price match, whereas travelers purchasing tickets from Key West Snorkeling Co's websites are guaranteed to find the lowest price right there.

The Dry Tortugas are located approximately 80 miles west of Key West, and trips from Key West leave in the morning, returning in time for dinner in Key West. In other words, it's a full day's worth of activities. Once at Dry Tortugas, visitors can visit Fort Jefferson, an historic fort built just before the Civil War out of brick. Rangers will give visitors a tour, and after lunch they can go snorkeling in the protected waters of the Park.

October is a great time to visit Key West, and Key West Snorkeling Co. encourages visitors to come and see for themselves why. Hurricane season isn't officially over until November 30, but by the month of October, everyone can pretty much tell how the tail end of the season will play out. If it has been a slow season, chances are high that October will be hurricane free. The water is still warm, the temperatures are mid to high seventies, and everything is perfect for the ideal tropical vacation.

"Visiting the Dry Tortugas is one of the most popular things to do in Key West, but it's not the only thing to do!" says Belinda Mills, VP of Marketing for Key West Snorkeling Co. "From water sports to fine dining and shopping on Duval Street, Key West has something for every traveler." Ms. Mills mentioned a long list of Key West activities, from bicycle tours to kayaking and stand up paddling excursions.

Key West is the westernmost island in a 128 mile long chain of islands off the southern tip of mainland Florida. From Key Largo to Key West, the Overseas Highway takes drivers along the Florida Keys on one of America's most beloved scenic routes. Key West is full of history, charm, and lots of things to do. The coral reef just a few miles from shore is the only living reef system in North America. Key West Snorkeling Co. has been offering seasonal online discounts for Key West activities for five years, and you can find out more about their family of sites at http://www.keywestvacationguide.com.

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