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ABOUT VACATION RENTALS IN KEY LARGO

Originally called "Rock Harbor," Key Largo is the northernmost part of Florida Keys chain of islands, and classified as the Dive Capital of the World.  Being the Dive Capital, you can expect some great under water action in the form of fishing, snorkeling, or diving at Key Largo. 
 
Key Largo vacation rentals by owner is also a great sport-fishing destination. You can witness some of the best charter captains and fishing guides in the world work out of Key Largo. vacation homes Check out sailfish offshore, bonefish along the Atlantic shallows, or redfish and tarpon in Florida Bay. The John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park at Key Largo is America's first undersea preserve. This 54,000 acre park is 25 miles long, extends 3 miles out in the Atlantic, and, combined with the adjacent Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, protects a 178-square-mile-nautical stretch of coastal water. The riches of the ocean, the geography of the Florida Keys, and the Caribbean breezes that waft over you soothe your tensions and make you come back to Key Largo.
 
There are several adventures hidden under the sea at Key Largo vacation home rentals. A must-see location is the John Pennekamp Coral Reef, State Park. Spread over 70 miles, visitors can scuba-dive and snorkel around the networks of coral reefs hidden under the waves. Some popular spots around the park include Molasses Reef and Minnow Cave. Visitors can also kayak and fish on the waters of this park and there are hiking trails along the sea. Another place to visit is the Dagny Johnson Key Largo Botanical State Park, which has trails winding through the 84 different plant species found in the area.
 
Not only will visitors find trees in this area, but the myriad of greenery provides homes for different birds in the area. Key Largo is the place to be for nature enthusiasts venturing to the Florida Keys. With all kinds of life on the land and sea, visitors will be enthralled by all this island has to offer.