Key West

5 Days


Making your way back up to the real world, today you'll experience a slice of paradise known as Little Palm Island. Only accessible by boat or seaplane, Little Palm Island is five and a half acres of pristine beaches and solitary tranquility. Dock at the marina and take advantage of all this tropical oasis has to offer, from spa services at the resort to pure relaxation on the secluded beaches.



An early morning departure from Little Torch Key has you arriving in Islamorada in time for a guided flats fishing excursion and lunch of the famous lobster grilled cheese paired with a refreshing blueberry margarita at the Cheeca Lodge. While an alternative dining option is Chef Michael's, who will cook your catch or serve up their hogfish special, you can also opt for the liquid Rum Runner lunch at the Tiki Bar. Your yacht can also anchor out while you tender to Whale Harbor sandbar to partake of a South Florida tradition. On holiday weekends this is the in-water place to be and can get a little rowdy, but on a regular day can mean a shallow-water wading pool for your enjoyment.

A late afternoon return to Miami takes you near Stiltsville, a collection of stilt houses in the Biscayne National Park who at one time served as offshore prohibition era clubs.