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Recommended Shore Excursions in Key West

Recommended Shore Excursions in Key West

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Of only 11 excursions offered by Disney Cruise Line, these are our recommended port adventures for Key West:

Low Budget: Excursion offerings here are all economical, but most cruisers still choose to walk around town on their own. Although booking the Old Town Trolley or Conch Train Tour (K09/K30, page 331/page 331) through the cruise line is convenient, note that its version is a 90-minute, non-stop tour. You'll gain hop-off/hop-on flexibility by booking on your own. Save time and money by buying tickets at their web sites: Old Town Trolley http://www.trolleytours.com/key-west/ Conch Train Tour https://www.conchtourtrain.com

Big Budget: When the priciest excursion is $115... If you have the urge to spend, why not stay on board and book a spa day? (Even running up a tab at Sloppy Joe's won't break the bank.)

Nature: Though there is Key West Butterfly & Nature Conservatory with Aquarium (K14, page 332) to consider, we think the better bets here are off-shore. Either Snuba Key West (K20, page 332) or Key West Catamaran and Snorkel Tour (K05, page 331) will fill the bill, and though the free-breathing Snuba apparatus is a temptation, the snorkel tour includes more time to just relax on deck while you're coming and going.

Active: With most active excursions also firmly part of the Nature category, Key Lime Bike Tour (K28, page 332) is the only option left standing... er, peddling. You could see the same sights on the Old Town Trolley or Conch Train in less time, but there's a certain appeal to this more free-wheeling tour style, and you get a wedge of pie!

Armchair/Cultural: We don't really have favorites here. Presidents, Pirates, and Pioneers (K18, page 332) combines a 2-hour walking tour with admission to the Shipwreck Treasure Museum - you won't visit the other museums you pass.  President Truman's Key West (K23, page 332) combines a guided tour of the Little White House with the Old Town Trolley or Conch Train. Overall, Glass Bottom Boat Tour on the Pride of Key West (K10, page 331) will be the most relaxing of the lot. As to the Conch Republic Tour and Museum Package (K08, page 331)? Check the package deals at http://www.trolleytours.com/key-west/save-on-packages.asp 

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