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Dry Tortugas National Park – Information

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Fort Jefferson is no longer in use and is curr...

Fort Jefferson is no longer in use and is currently part of the Dry Tortugas National Park. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Dry Tortugas National Park is made up of seven islands west of Key West, formed by a mixture of coral reefs and sand . . . the Dry Tortugas. Sound a bit like paradise to you? Well, you’re certainly not wrong, this area is bursting with marine life and birds, add to the mix a few legendary pirates and tales of sunken treasure and you’ve got a beautiful national park which well deserves to be close to the top of your “bucket list”. If you do fancy a trip to Dry Tortugas National Park (and you’d be crazy not to if you ever get the chance) then here’s a little information aimed at helping you to make the very best of your experience.

Directions to Dry Tortugas National Park – okay, head for Key West and then head west a bit more. Here are a few “proper” directions on how to find Dry Tortugas National Park.

Dry Tortugas National Park Operating Hours & Seasons – it’s really no use getting all the way to the park and finding that it’s closed now is it? You’d better check this page before you go!

Dry Tortugas National Park Fees & Reservations – click on this page to discover what it’s gonna’ cost you to visit this paradise, and whether you need to make any advance reservations.

Geological History of Dry Tortugas National Park – find out a little about the geological history of the park before you visit, amaze your family and friends with your knowledge, they’re bound to be more than a little impressed.

I forgot to mention Fort Jefferson – now you’ve got even more reasons to plan a visit to Dry Tortugas National Park.

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