The Perfect 5 Day Florida Keys Itinerary: Key Largo to Key West

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This 5-day Florida Keys itinerary has been carefully constructed to ensure the best possible visit. It includes all of the best places to eat, sleep, and visit.

We traveled to the Florida Keys in September 2022 and worked hand-in-hand with The Florida Keys & Key West to create this travel guide.

In it, you will find honest reviews and recommendations, as well as tips and advice for arranging your vacation.

After reading, be sure to leave us any questions or feedback in the comments section!

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Florida Keys 5-Day Itinerary Overview

Flying to and from the Florida Keys

View from the airplane flying above the Florida Keys

Visitors will begin their 5-day Florida Keys vacation in either Miami or Key West (where the two nearest airports are).

We constructed this itinerary to begin by flying into Miami and end by flying out of Key West. This tends to be the most time and cost-effective method of visiting. If you’ve not already booked your flights, we recommend checking prices on Skyscanner to find the best option for you.

Do not worry if you are flying in and out of the same place! You can still follow the itinerary basically as written, though you may need to reverse the order or allow an extra half day for driving.

5-Day Florida Keys Itinerary Breakdown

A silhouetted woman in a dress standing below a palm tree enjoying the sunset over the ocean in the Florida Keys
  • Day 1 – Key Largo
    • 🌴 Visit: John Pennekamp State Park
    • 🍴 Eat: Mrs Mac’s (lunch) and Calusa (dinner)
    • πŸ›Œ Stay: Kona Kai Resort (2 nights)
  • Day 2 – Key Largo
    • 🌴 Visit: Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary
    • 🍴 Eat: Conch House (lunch), Sol by the Sea (dinner)
    • πŸ›Œ Stay: Kona Kai Resort
  • Day 3- Islamorada / Marathon
    • 🌴 Visit: Turtle Hospital, Pigeon Key, Islamorada / Marathon
    • 🍴 Eat: Isla Bella (lunch), First Flight Brewery (dinner)
    • πŸ›Œ Stay: Parrot Key (3 nights)
  • Day 4 & 5 Key West
    • 🌴 Visit: Butterfly Sanctuary, Hemingway House, Smathers Beach, Downtown Key West, Fort Zachary Beach
    • 🍴 Eat: Latitudes, Matt’s Stock Island Kitchen
    • πŸ›Œ Stay: Parrot Key
    • πŸ– Do: Parasailing, Dolphin Watching, Snorkel / Dive

Getting Around the Florida Keys

While there are plenty of cabs and ride-share services in Key West, the best way to get around the Florida Keys is by renting a car.

Car rentals to/from Miami are actually extremely reasonable, available as low as $30/ day!

Car rentals to/from Key West begin a bit higher at $50+ per day.

The roads in the Florida Keys are very safe and easy to drive.

πŸš— Pro Tip: The gas in Key West is very expensive ($1/gallon more than in Key Largo!)

5 Day Florida Keys Itinerary Map

Google Map of our 5 day Florida Keys itinerary


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Stretching from the southern tip of Florida, the Florida Keys are a small cluster of islands. The longest drive from Key West to Key Largo is around 2 hours (98 miles), and from Key Largo to Miami is around 1h15m (67 miles).

Day 0: Arrival in Miami and/or Key West

A woman paddleboarding on Key Largo beneath a bright double rainbow with palm trees in the background

This itinerary follows a Miami to Key West route. We recommend arriving the night before you wish to begin, if possible, to allow yourself to rest and get over any jet lag.

Recommendations on your day of arrival are covered here before diving into the daily itinerary.

Miami Arrival

The drive from Miami to Key Largo is less than 2 hours, so it is achievable even on the day of your arrival.

If you are coming in from a long way away, however, it may be best to book a cheap night in Miami and get some rest before making the short drive down in the morning.

There is plenty of very affordable accommodation options near the Miami airport that are typically much cheaper than what you will find in the Keys.

If you are not flying out of Key West as recommended, you will either need to allow time for the long drive back to Miami (about 3.5 hours) or drive straight to Key West and follow this itinerary in reverse, ending in Key Largo instead.

Key West Arrival

If you have instead landed in Key West and are flying out of Miami, you will want to simply follow this itinerary in the reverse order!

If you are flying both in and out of Key West, however, you have the option of driving out to Key Largo on the day of arrival. In this case, you can follow our perfect 5-day itinerary for the Florida Keys exactly as is!

Day 1 Florida Keys Itinerary: Key Largo

The first day of your visit to the Florida Keys should be spent enjoying the quiet, beautiful Key Largo.

Key Largo was our favorite of the Florida Keys. It had everything we needed to stock up on to begin our vacation and did not come with the logistical obstacles of travel that the city of Key West does.

If your idea of the perfect vacation is a quiet beach with a beverage and the possibility of dolphin and manatee sightings, Key Largo will be your favorite too. If you are more interested in activities, nightlife, and a vibrant city, you will likely prefer Key West.

John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park

Far Beach at John Pennekamp State Park during 5 days in the Florida Keys

John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park was the first underwater park in the US and is the premier destination in Key Largo.

This park is best known for the diving and snorkeling opportunities it provides. The most famous destination is the Christ of the Abyss statue which you can only get to via a snorkel tour.

Even if you feel like staying dry, John Pennekamp is absolutely worth a visit. The beaches are beautiful and full facilities are available. You can also take a glass-bottom boat tour to witness the beauty of the underwater world without getting wet!

Be aware that there are some resident saltwater crocodiles and encounters are common. It is worth noting that there have been no deaths or incidents between man and croc here, but they can be unsettling and caution should be taken.

There are many snorkel tours to John Pennekamp to choose from, including those run by private companies and those available to book directly through the state park. Those run by private companies are typically longer and include entry to the park and snorkel gear rental. If you book directly through the state park, consider bringing your own snorkel gear to save money.

Lunch at Mrs. Mac’s Kitchen

Mrs. Mac’s Kitchen is the most popular lunch spot in Key Largo and an absolute local favorite.

This quaint restaurant has been serving the Florida Keys delicious food longer than nearly any other establishment, opening in 1947 as one of the few places to eat in all of the Keys.

Mrs. Mac’s Kitchen is a nearly-perennial winner of local People’s Choice Awards and is a must-visit while staying in Key Largo.

🐟 Pro Tip: Mrs. Mac’s Kitchen is closed on Sundays!

Check In to Kona Kai Resort

Aerial view of Kona Kai Resort in Key Largo showing a girl swimming in the pool with palm trees and the ocean in the background.

Kona Kai Resort is an experience unto itself. This incredible resort provides an all-in-one staycation destination that may well have you scrapping your plans to spend more time at home base.

The harbor at Kona Kai provides a calm water break, perfect for exploring by paddle board or kayak… both of which the hotel provides for free!

The westerly views over the water provide an incredible scene for enjoying sunset and visitors can expect to see dolphins and potentially manatees right from the beach.

Our stay at Kona Kai was one of the most memorable of our extended travel lives. We cannot recommend this place highly enough!

πŸ›Œ Pro Tip: If available, try to get a water-view suite! They feature full kitchens and unbelievable views to wake up to.

Dinner at Calusa at Baker’s Cay Resort

A woman reading the menu at Calusa restaurant with a vibrant sunset behind during a 5 day Florida Keys itinerary

Finish your day by enjoying delicious local cuisine with an unbeatable ocean view at Calusa restaurant at Baker’s Cay Resort.

Calusa serves all the Southern Florida favorites, primarily locally-caught seafood with a Caribbean influence, but they also prepared one of the finest filet mignons we have ever tasted.

Beyond the food, views, and service, what we loved about Calusa was that it felt elegant and upscale without feeling formal or pretentious.

That and the Jerk Prawns… you have to try the jerk prawns!

Day 2 Florida Keys Itinerary: Key Largo

Day 2 of your 5-day Florida Keys itinerary involves enjoying the paradise you find yourself in.

This could mean waking up to a glorious sunrise or sleeping in until brunch – whichever you prefer!

We have left the morning open by design. If you have followed our advice and stayed at Kona Kai, this is a perfect opportunity to go for a paddle and enjoy a tranquil morning on the water.

Brunch at Key Largo Conch House

A close up image of syrup being poured onto Key Lime pancakes at Key Largo Conch House - a must on a 5 day Florida Keys itinerary

The Key Largo Conch House is another local favorite and an excellent place to fuel up for the day.

This historic house is one of the oldest in the Keys and has been serving large portions of local fare for over half a century.

Prices are reasonable, portions are ample, and flavor is true.

🍽 Pro Tip: You have to try the Key Lime Pancakes!

Dive/Snorkel at Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary

A scuba diver swimming over the tropical coral reef off of Key Largo during 5 days in the Florida Keys

Beyond the tropical climate and amazing food, the incredible snorkeling and diving available in the Florida Keys is the primary motivator for many visits.

Of the many places you can choose to explore underwater, few if any offer as impressive a coral garden as the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary.

What lurks below the crystal clear water is a world of colorful, thriving marine life and vegetation. On our visit, we encountered nurse sharks, stingrays, puffer fish, and lots of tropical fish.

The only way to experience the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary (without your own boat) is via tour.

We went with Horizon Divers and highly recommend them. The captain and crew were exceptionally friendly, helpful, and very patient with some of the inexperienced snorkelers aboard. Additionally, they are Blue Star certified by Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, which recognizes their commitment to promoting responsible and sustainable tours.

Water Table Dinner at Sol by the Sea

A couple dine at a water table at Sol by the Sea restaurant on Key largo having dinner at sunset.

The “water table dinner” at Sol by the Sea is the perfect way to spend your final night in Key Largo and promises to be one of the most unforgettable meals of your life!

Sol by the Sea restaurant actually arranges a table and service IN the water. Imagine dining while fish swim about and the sun sets magically over the very water you are eating in.

“But what about the food?” you may be asking. Rest assured, they have that covered. Sol by the Sea serves some of the best food you will have anywhere in Florida, specializing in local favorites such as seafood, key lime food and cocktails, and catch of the day.

Our sunset dinner in the water was one of the most unique dining experiences we have ever experienced. This is definitely one you will not want to miss!

Day 3 Florida Keys Itinerary: Islamorada + Marathon

Aerial photo of 7 Mile Bridge in Islamorada on a 5 day Florida Keys itinerary.
Aerial View of the historic 7-Mile Bridge in Islamorada

After spending a couple of days enjoying Key Largo, it is time to head west.

You will end your day in Key West, but not before traveling through the other primary Keys. Along the way are some of our favorite places in Southern Florida.

The drive time from Key Largo to Key West is about 2 hours, so plan accordingly and be sure to get a reasonably early start to your day so you don’t have to rush or miss anything special on your way!

Tour of the Turtle Hospital

Bubble Butt the turtle looks up from the water at the Turtle Hospital in Marathon on a Florida Keys 5 day itinerary.
Bubble Butt saying hello at the Marathon Turtle Hospital.

A tour of the Turtle Hospital in Marathon is a must on your way to Key West. This incredible place rescues and rehabilitates hundreds of endangered turtles every year.

By taking a tour of the hospital, not only will you get up close to lots of turtles from hatchlings to fully grown adults, but you will also be helping to support their amazing work. The tours last approximately 1.5 hours and run every half hour from 9am-4pm.

We learned so much during our visit and loved being able to feed the resident turtles at the end of our tour.

Pigeon Key

Drone photography from above Pigeon Key near Marathon on a Florida Keys Road Trip
Aerial look at Pigeon Key and 7-Mile Bridge connecting it to Islamorada.

Pigeon Key is a small but stunning little island just outside of Marathon. It is only accessible by walking, cycling, or taking the Pigeon Key Trolley 2-mile down the old bridge which stops just after reaching the key.

In addition to being a beautiful place to explore, Pigeon Key offers perhaps the best beachside snorkeling in the Florida Keys. Even without getting wet, you can peer down at turtles, rays, and tons of fish right off the dock.

As your day will be busy with driving, we recommend taking the Pigeon Key Trolley to the island and planning to spend a couple of hours there.

The roundtrip trolley ride costs $25 per adult. They leave each day at 10am, 12pm, and 2pm, and the return trolley is two hours later. You also have the option of walking or cycling over the old Seven Mile Bridge, however, you will still need to pay $15 to enter the island.

Regardless of how you arrive, you have the option to take a guided tour of the island or relax and enjoy it at your own leisure.

Light Lunch at Isla Bella Resort Beach Bar

A young couple looks at the lunch menu at Isla Bella in Islamorada in the Florida Keys.

After all that turtle watching, commuting, and a trolley ride to Pigeon Key, you will likely be getting pretty hungry.

While there are not a ton of options in Marathon for eating, there are a few good ones and the beach bar at Isla Bella stands above the rest for vibes.

Head to the beach and recharge with a signature island cocktail and a light nosh. The menu is somewhat limited, but will have some good options to tide you over until your dinner in Key West.

Check in to Parrot Key Hotel & Villas

A girl stands on the balcony of Parrot Key Hotel in Key West looking over a tropical palm tree setting.

The most important decision you will make when planning your Florida Keys itinerary is deciding where you are going to call home.

We stayed at Parrot Key Hotel and genuinely feel it is one of the best options in Key West for accommodation. Our “room” was more like a house, and the views were just unbelievable.

Among the endless list of features and amenities you can expect, the most notable is their shuttle services to downtown Key West and Smathers Beach (the best beach in the region). This means you can just walk to the front desk and not have to worry about parking and driving in the busy streets of downtown.

Parrot Key also has FOUR pools for their guests, one with a full bar and small restaurant.

Dinner at First Flight Island Restaurant & Brewery

A photo of the entrance and garden of First Flight Brewery in Key West.

Downtown Key West is a colorful, vibrant place that really comes alive at night.

For your first night in the area, we recommend a more casual option that lets you see and feel what Key West is all about.

First Flight Brewery is the perfect choice. Leave the collared shirts and heels behind and come as you are for hand-crafted beer and exceptional comfort food in a garden-like setting.

With so many upscale and more elegant meals on the itinerary, we truly appreciated the experience at First Flight. Live music could be enjoyed from the bar adjacent, but provided ample distance for us to chat and enjoy each others’ company.

Day 4 & 5 Florida Keys Itinerary: Key West

Higgs Beach is one of the best stops on a Florida Keys itinerary.

There is just so much to see and do in Key West that you will need to be very discerning with how you spend your time.

Only you know what things interest you most! Rather than breaking down exactly which to see and when to see them, this section covers the best options with recommendations, photos, descriptions, and links to tour operators when relevant.

We will also cover our favorite restaurants and experiences to choose from for lunch and dinner.

Key West Attractions

Smather’s Beach

A photo of one of the walkways to enter the popular Smathers Beach, the most popular beach in the Florida Keys.

Smather’s Beach is the premier beach in the Florida Keys.

This postcard-perfect beach features pristine white sand, towering palm trees, and clear water. It is exactly the beach you daydream about when booking tickets to Florida.


Historic Key West Downtown

Night photo of Tropic Cinema in Downtown Key West.

Key West may not have the oldest history, but it has preserved most of the early architecture and aesthetics which makes for a fun stroll around town.

Of course, it is equally popular as a party destination; especially world-famous Duval Street.

Duval Street is often compared to Bourbon Street of New Orleans, and even boasts a touch of Nola culture in some of its bars and pubs.

The downtown area is also where you will find the majority of the main tourist attractions in Key West.


The Key West Butterfly & Nature Conservancy

A butterfly spreads its wings on the shoulders of a visitor at the Key West Butterfly & Nature Conservancy.

The Key West Butterfly Conservancy is the absolute best thing to do in Key West!

Imagine walking through a magical trail as tranquil music echoes throughout and hundreds of butterflies and colorful birds swirl about… it is truly an enchanting experience.

We were expecting little more than something “neat” on our visit, but ended up falling head over heels for this place. Definitely include the Butterfly Conservancy on your Key West itinerary!


Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum

The living room of the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum in Key West.

The Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum is one of the most iconic places in Key West. During the 1930s it was home to the famous writer and was where he wrote 70% of his work.

Today, it is a National Historic Landmark and home to over 60 cats, including many that are famed for having six-toes!

The grounds are beautiful and you can choose to take a guided tour or explore by yourself.

πŸ’΅ Pro tip: Entry is cash only.


Southernmost Point

A photo showing the marker for the Southernmost Point in the USA.

While the only “experience” in visiting the Southernmost Point in the US is waiting in a long line to say you’ve been there and take a photo, it continues to be perhaps the most popular activity in Key West.

To add a little experience to the wait, grab a Cuban coffee from the nearby cafe to enjoy while in line.

πŸŒ… Pro tip: Visit early morning to avoid waiting in line.


Conch Tour Train

The Conch Train in front of a historic section of downtown Key West.

The Conch Tour Train is one of the best ways to see all of the hot spots in Key West while learning the history of the colloquially-known “Conch Republic.”


Key West Lighthouse & Keeper’s Quarters

Key West Lighthouse & Keeper's Quarters

The Key West Lighthouse & Keeper’s Quarters can be seen from the roadside, across from the Ernest Hemingway House.

However, if you’re physically able, it is worth visiting to climb narrow spiral staircase to the top of the lighthouse and take in the views over the island.

The museum is small but provides an interesting glimpse into the life of the lighthouse keepers.


Harry S. Truman Little White House

The front entrance to the Truman Little White House in Key West.

Built in 1890, the Truman Little White House first served as the naval station’s command headquarters during the Spanish-American War, WW1, and WW2.

It later became the winter home for President Truman and subsequent presidents.

Today, it continues to be a government building, in addition to a museum where you can take a guided tour to learn more.


Watersports

Two people jet skiing in Key West are seen in this photo showing the best Florida Keys Itinerary things to do.

One of the best ways to enjoy the Key West sunshine is by taking to the water.

From adrenaline-filled activities such as jet-skiing and parasailing to more energetic experiences such as kayaking, or a relaxing snorkel or sunset sail… Key West has it all!

If you can’t decide, many tour companies even offer full-day watersport packages so you can try multiple activities.


Eco-Friendly Dolphin Watch & Snorkel Tour

Drone photo of the Honest Eco boat on the reef of Florida Keys with a snorkeler in the water.

Just off the coast of Key West lives a resident pod of bottlenose dolphins.

Honest Eco takes visitors on a sustainable dolphin watch tour and snorkel aboard SQUID, the first electric passenger boat in the USA.

But it’s not just the boat and the wildlife that makes this tour special, the staff is truly exceptional. We were swept away by their enthusiasm and passion and learned so much from them.

Unfortunately, we visited on a rare day when the dolphins were playing hide and seek. However, we loved our time snorkeling and this trip was still an unbelievable experience and firm highlight.


Where to Eat in Key West

Latitudes on Sunset Key

Sunset at Latitudes is a must-do dining experience on any Florida Keys itinerary.

Latitudes promises to be one of the most unique, memorable dinners of your life. That is not hyperbole, it is truly that special.

This Caribbean-inspired restaurant is located on a small, private island known appropriately as Sunset Key. To reach it, you will hop onto a ferry from Key West and take a short ride to a pristine, white sand beach.

Tiki torches and unbeatable sunset views surround beachside seating. Even on a busy night, the tables are arranged so that you forget anyone else is there.

Latitudes is the perfect place for a special occasion and/or to celebrate your final night in Key West. Every detail has been dialed in from the elegant service to the innovative menu; this is one you will not forget!


Matt’s Stock Island Kitchen

A couple toasting over drinks at Matts Stock Island Kitchen restaurant, one of the best places to eat on a Florida Keys itinerary.

Matt’s Kitchen was one of our sneaky favorite meals in all of our time in the Keys. We visited on our last night, exhausted from so much sun and food and running around, and could not have been more impressed with everything.

Matt’s is not a fancy place, it is just a great one. It is located on a small harbor in a very quiet region of Stock Island just a short drive from Key West.

Sit by the fireplace and begin your evening with one of their incredible cocktails as the sun goes down. I recommend the Key Lime Pie martini, complete with crust-lined rim and absolutely perfectly flavored.

Pair it with some appetizers ranging from locally-sourced and expertly-prepared scallops to their signature duck wings. Both exceeded even our high expectations.

We ordered everything from apps to desserts and could barely move by the end, but enjoyed every single bite.

Packing for 5 Days in the Florida Keys

A snorkeler with a GoPro explores the incredible coral reef of the Florida Keys on a 5 day itinerary.

There are a few essentials that you will want to consider taking with you to the Florida Keys.

For a complete guide on what to pack, including a printable list, check out our ULTIMATE FLORIDA PACKING GUIDE.

Essentials

  • Reef-safe sunscreen: Traditional sunscreen is full of chemicals that are hugely damaging to coral reefs. Furthermore, it is hard to find reef-safe sunscreen in stores in Florida, despite being so close to marine sanctuaries. We use Stream 2 Sea sunscreen as it’s non-harmful and most of their bottles are made from sugarcane resin rather than plastic.
  • Insect repellent: As is often the case with tropical paradises, the Florida Keys has a fair few biting insects, namely mosquitoes and sandflies (or no-see-ums as they’re known locally). Packing some insect repellent is essential, particularly if, like me, you’re a bug magnet. Avon So Soft is a firm favorite with locals and is DEET-free.
  • Beach travel towel: Hotels will provide towels for use within their grounds but you will want to take a towel with you for the beach. We recommend bringing a travel towel specifically as they are small, dry quickly, and do not collect sand!
  • Snorkel gear: Unless you’re only planning on taking snorkel tours, it is cheaper and easier to bring your own snorkel and mask and fins than renting them each day. You can also buy these items as a snorkel set which works out cheaper still.

Photography Gear for Photographing the Florida Keys

A girl taking a photo on a boat at sunset.
  • Camera: The Florida Keys are truly spectacular and you’ll want to capture those moments to cherish. We use the Sony a7riii love it. However, beginners may wish to consider an entry level DSLR.
  • Waterproof camera: With incredible snorkeling and watersports to enjoy you may find yourself taking more photos from the water than on the land! We recommend either the GoPro or Olympus TG6, both of which we use.
  • Microfiber cleaning cloths: You will want to bring plenty of dry microfiber cloths to clean your lens between shots.
  • Filters: We strongly recommend learning how to use a Circular Polarizing (CPL) filter. These are incredible for enhancing natural colors by cutting glare the same way that polarized sunglasses do. The best CPL we have found is the Quartzline from Polar Pro.
  • Camera Rain Cover: You may want to consider a rain cover for your camera to protect it from both rain and saltwater spray. Both can damage your camera, but salt water is especially harmful

FAQs

How many days do you need in the Florida Keys?

2-3 days is enough if you are only staying in Key West, but 5 days is the perfect amount of time for visiting the Florida Keys if you are planning on exploring everything from Key Largo to Key West.

Is 5 days in the Florida Keys enough?

5 days is the perfect amount of time for visiting the Florida Keys if you are planning on exploring Key Largo, Key West, and everything in between. A weekend would be sufficient for any ONE of the Florida Keys.

How do people spend a week in the Florida Keys?

The major draw of the Florida Keys is the coral reef, fine dining, beaches, and of course the climate. Your Florida Keys itinerary should include at least a couple of trips to enjoy the reef via snorkel or dive tour, glass bottom boat, parasailing, and/or dolphin watch tour, as well as plenty of downtime for drinks on the beach.

What month is best to go to Florida Keys?

Every month has its pros and cons for visiting the Florida Keys. Winter is peak season in Southern Florida as visitors flock to the region for its year-round sunshine. This is when you will find the best temperatures, but also struggle with availability and higher prices. Summer is the least popular, but also extremely hot and muggy. You also have to be prepared for tropical storms during the summer and shoulder seasons.

Which is the prettiest Florida Key?

Key West has the prettiest beaches and most interesting town, and is generally considered the best of the Keys.

What is the best way to see the Florida Keys?

The best way to see the Florida Keys is by renting a car and dividing your time between Key Largo and Key West. The roads in the area are very driver-friendly and only about 2 hours of driving separate Key Largo and Key West, making everything explorable with day trips.

Final Thoughts on Florida Keys 5-Day Itinerary

A photo from the plane window leaving the Florida Keys after a 5 day itinerary.
Saying goodbye to the Florida Keys after an amazing 5 days of exploring

We truly hope you have found this guide for visiting the Florida Keys useful, informative, and inspiring.

Now we’d love to hear from you!

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Now grab some sunscreen and go prepare for the trip of a lifetime!

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