Dry Tortugas National Park, located off the coast of Key West, Florida, is a remote and stunning tropical paradise. Spanning over 100 square miles, the park is primarily composed of open water, but it is also home to seven small islands. The park’s centerpiece is the historic Fort Jefferson, a 19th-century coastal fortress surrounded by crystal-clear waters and vibrant coral reefs. Visitors can snorkel among colorful marine life, explore the fort’s intriguing history, and relax on pristine white-sand beaches. With its unique blend of history, natural beauty, and abundant marine ecosystems, Dry Tortugas National Park offers a captivating escape for those seeking a true island adventure.
Top Photography Locations and Sights at Dry Tortugas National Park:
As photographers, we know that many of you will only have one chance in a lifetime to visit the National Parks. To make your life easier, we have compiled a list of our top photography locations and sights at Dry Tortugas National Park! While this is not comprehensive, and there are many more amazing sights to see, it should give you a good feel for the park.
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- Pixabay: Fort Jefferson Aerial
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