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You Can Take A Bus On A Day Trip From Miami To Key West For Only $35 Round Trip

Baby, why don't we go? So asked the Beach Boys.

The string of islands and islets known as “America’s Caribbean Islands” are bordered by the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. Stunning views, world-renowned beaches, and delicious food are just a day trip away from the main cities of Florida. The best part? You can actually take a cheap bus trip from Miami to Key West for just $35 round trip!

Traveling to tropical destinations doesn’t have to break the bank. With this bus tour, you can easily make the 4-hour trip from Miami to the Keys & customize your trip the way you want.

This is not your normal bus tour. On this trip, you won’t be obligated to endure corny tours around the Keys when you’d rather be doing your own thing. Once you arrive, you can pretty much set off on your own adventure.

Key West has some beautiful museums, landmarks, and shopping plazas to visit. Alternatively, you can add on to your bus tour ticket with enchanting extras like snorkeling or parasailing for an additional $55.

There’s plenty of adventure and leisure time to be had in the Keys, and the best part is that it’s all up to you.

The tour bus departs daily, with a complimentary hotel pick up. You’ll arrive in Key West around 11:45 a.m., and have the whole day to yourself before you depart back to Miami at 5:30 p.m.

This is unsurprisingly rated as one of the best Miami to Key West Bus day tours; tickets are normally $79, but this online deal lets you snag your ticket for only $35. Time to plan a mini escape ASAP!

There are plenty of amazing places within Florida to explore, like those on this list of sights you didn't even know existed, and this beautiful spring inside a palm tree forest that you can camp at for cheap.

Miami To Key West Day Trip Bus Tour

Original Price: $79

Sale Price: $35 when you book online

Why You Need It: This will probably be the best day trip you've ever taken and for sure the cheapest.

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