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Key Largo Dry Rocks, Key Largo

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Reef · Hidden Gem · Wildlife Area
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Key Largo Dry Rocks reviews

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  • Went on a snorkeling trip out of the state park. Saw a spotted eagle ray, four-foot barracuda, and lots of other reef life. Only drawback is that not everyone understands how fragile these reefs... 
    Went on a snorkeling trip out of the state park. Saw a spotted eagle ray, four-foot barracuda, and lots of other reef life. Only drawback is that not everyone understands how fragile these reefs...  more »
  • this was one of three reefs that we visited. saw lots of fish and beautiful coral in good shape. enjoyed the trip. 
    this was one of three reefs that we visited. saw lots of fish and beautiful coral in good shape. enjoyed the trip.  more »
  • The status was a lot of fun. We saw some pretty big grouper right at the base. It was a nice easy dive for a young diver. 
    The status was a lot of fun. We saw some pretty big grouper right at the base. It was a nice easy dive for a young diver.  more »
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  • The spots you'll snorkel are unmatched almost anywhere else. Better than diving in Oahu Hawaii (although you'll probably see sea turtles), Looe Key (although you'll see Goliath grouper), and rivalling the Philippines. We hear Cabos diving is slightly better. You'll see schools of variety of fish!
  • Not bad reef in mostly shallow around 15 feet of water. The North edge Is the best, drops strait down to about 25 feet off a nice coal ledge that's pretty stunning. It's a small reef though. Can circle the whole thing in about a hour or two with fins.
  • It's a very nice reef. Sadly, a larger dive op has now made it their 2x daily location, and it's showing the signs from increased visitors.
  • Simply GORGEOUS whether snorkeling or diving. I have decided diving is the BETTER way to see ALL the beauty!
  • Great place to snorkel

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