Dry Tortugas National Park protects the southwest tip of South Florida's coral reef tract. This represents the third-largest barrier reef system outside of Australia and Belize!
Dry Tortugas National Park offers some of the best snorkeling in North America. Whether you are a beginner or expert, you can enjoy a myriad of colorful tropical fish and living coral. Snorkeling is in only four to seven feet of water, straight off a brilliant white sand beach.
For further information please watch our snorkel safety video.
Remember as in all National Parks, all life is protected and preserved for this and future generations. It is illegal to spear-fish, lobster, and collect coral or shells within the park.