Dry Tortugas National Park is home to the great Fort Jefferson, worked by the US Government in the 1800s. In spite of the fact that this is the key fascination of the recreation center, the wonderful reef islands, seven altogether, that make up the Dry Tortugas are themselves worth the trek. You can visit the fortification and spend whatever is left of the day appreciating the delicate sand shorelines and swimming free, shallow waters.
Found 70 miles west of Key West, these islands are not open via auto. Sailboat watercraft trips from Key West bring guests here for an entire day, which incorporates a voyage through the stronghold, time for grounding and swimming, and breakfast and lunch.