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nationalparken Dry Tortugas

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Brandi
August 28, 2022
Snorkeling is amazing here and history lovers will really enjoy the fort. If your stay allows for a trip here I recommend it.
AvantStay
December 20, 2021
Take a boat to the Dry Tortugas and tour the fort. Snorkeling and camping also available.
Marina
January 25, 2015
Truly wild camping experience. Great for laid back and adventurous people, No amenities. You have to bring everything with you, including water.
Loida R
May 30, 2022
Visiting Dry Tortugas National Park during the late fall and early winter season affords a special opportunity to explore a rare undeveloped, subtropical island known as "Bush Key". During the breeding season, this small island, only 16 acres in size, is home to birds not found elsewhere in the continental United States. Fort Jefferson, the largest all-masonry fort in the United States, was built between 1846 and 1875 to protect the nation's gateway to the Gulf of Mexico.
Visiting Dry Tortugas National Park during the late fall and early winter season affords a special opportunity to explore a rare undeveloped, subtropical island known as "Bush Key". During the breeding season, this small island, only 16 acres in size, is home to birds not found elsewhere in the cont…
Hanssy
February 20, 2022
Dry Tortugas National Park is fascinating both in its unique marine landscape and its history, and it's definitely worth the visit. Located at the tip of the Flordia Keys is the stunning Dry Tortugas National Park. It preserves seven breathtaking Dry Tortugas Islands.

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