Mariner's Villas & Marina
Key Largo Activities
Explore the deep sea adventures that await your Key Largo vacation. From diving and fishing to eco- tours and endless water sports, you'll never run out of things to do in the "Diving Capital of the World." We invite you to explore our Florida Keys travel guide featuring a full-range of exciting Key Largo activities.
Diving - Key Largo, a location also known as the "Diving Capital of the World" boasts the first undersea park in history - John Pennekamp State Park. Key Largo has been protected from spear fishing and coral collection for four decades and is an integral portion of the 2,800-square-nautical-mile Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary six miles offshore. This island also features six unique Sanctuary Preservation Areas (SPA's) where even hook and line fishing is prohibited. Famous snorkel and dive sites include Spiegel Grove wreck dive, Statue of Christ of the Abyss and Molasses Reef.
Fishing - The waters of Key Largo are teeming with some of the worlds' most sought after game fish. More than 10 percent of the IGFA saltwater line class and fly fishing world records have been set in the Florida Keys.
Eco Tours - The waters around Key Largo are an ecologically fascinating place where freshwater from the Everglades mixes with the saltwater of Florida Bay. Everglades National Park abuts the near-shore waters of Key Largo to the west providing a home for an array of wildlife including bottle-nosed dolphin, crocodiles, sea turtles, alligators, and manatees.
Watersports - During your stay at Mariner's Club Key Largo, the Atlantic Ocean becomes your backyard, and we provide you with all the toys to play in it.