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Miami / Key West / Cuba

Miami Beach, Florida's picturesque winter playground has blossomed into a sophisticated community that's full of visitors no matter the season. Miami Beach truly has it all. This beach destination has evolved into an urban metropolis with all the amenities of a beach-town and a big city.

South Beach has been called the American Riviera and an Art Deco Playground offering an eclectic mix of world-class boutiques, galleries and stores. It's also a culinary hot spot for everything from gourmet to casual beachside cuisine. At night, South Beach comes alive with crowds ready for a world-class evening out.

Miami is the US gateway to Latin America and the Caribbean - surrounded by sandy beaches, and clear, turquoise waters - a yachting excursion beckons you.

As the skyline of Miami disappears the 112 mile chain of low lying islands of the Florida Keys begin at the very bottom of Florida's mainland. The Florida Keys are not known for plentiful sandy beaches as you might think. The Florida Keys are actually made up of exposed portions of an ancient coral reef and with very little sand and narrow beaches. It is very shallow in most areas and marina facilities for large yachts are limited. However, you will experience some of the best fishing, diving, and extraordinary sunsets. You can expect to discover vibrant, colorful coral reefs, abundant sea life and shipwrecks. Snorkelers will enjoy some of the best offshore snorkeling in North America in a protected marine sanctuary.

An absolute treasure trove and exciting to explore, Key West has many attractions for visitors of all ages. From the home of Ernest Hemingway to the treasure of the Atocha, Key West abounds with history and culture. Walk along Duval Street - fondly known as the longest main street in the world because it goes from one coast to the other - and explore the many shops and bars along the way.

The Keys lie along the Florida Straits, dividing the Atlantic Ocean to the east from the Gulf of Mexico to the west. The southern tip of Key West is located just 90 miles or 145 km from Cuba.

Cuba is exotic, enigmatic and extraordinary. The historic quarter of Havana entices with hand-rolled cigars and dark rum. Hospitable residents welcome you to experience a heady blend of centuries-old Spanish architecture and gently rolling countryside with verdant landscapes and unexpected discoveries.

Cuba incorporates a fascinating blend of Latin American and Spanish cultures. Sail in the warm northeast trade winds, dive and snorkel on some of the most exquisite coral reefs and when the sun goes down, party to the salsa rhythms.

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