Up, up and away!
Flying, Key West-style.
Key West is full of fun things to do, and parasailing is right at the top of the list, and you don’t need any experience or special skills—just a sense of adventure! Imagine yourself soaring 300’ above the water, free as a bird, taking in all of Key West; since the island is just two miles wide by four miles long, it’s not hard to do.
From your bird’s-eye view, spot various landmarks like the Historic Seaport, lively Duval Street, the Ernest Hemingway Home, Key West Lighthouse, Mallory Square, the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Ingham Maritime Museum, Harry S. Truman Little White House, Martello Towers on Higgs Beach, Fort Zachary Taylor, Southernmost Point, and Smathers Beach.
Watch as paradise lays itself out before you, surrounded by clear, tropical waters. On a sunny day, you can easily see for 12 miles! In the water you’ll see all kinds of marine wildlife including turtles, rays, dolphins and different kinds of fish. You’ll also see Sunset Key—a playground for the rich and famous; gorgeous Wisteria Island; the impressive Key West Naval Station on Stock Island; and you may catch a cruise ship making its way to port. Or just float on the air and relax until your feet are firmly back on deck.