Travel Kindly to the Dive Capital of the World

Key Largo is the first of the Florida Keys, 60 miles from Miami.

The clear waters and coral reefs of the Florida Keys make it a diver’s and snorkeler’s paradise.

Divers may even see the Christ of the Abyss at John Pennekamp State Park.

The region is also known for Everglades National Park, an important habitat for rare and endangered species like the manatee and Florida panther.

Baker’s Cay Resort

Just three miles away from downtown Key Largo lies Baker’s Cay Resort with easy access to a fortune of adventure.

With 200 accommodations, each guest will enjoy a private balcony and the comforts of home.

Dine above the treetops, by the beach and poolside.

Travel Kindly

Baker’s Cay Resort offers exclusive rates and perks on Kind Traveler when you give a $10 nightly donation to The Everglades Foundation.

Your donation will help with protection for the Everglades, a 1 million acre wetland ecosystem pivotal to Southern Florida.

Pollution and loss of habitat have reduced the life-giving ecosystem so drastically that the UN now considers the Everglades one of the world’s most endangered natural wonders.


Book on Kind Traveler and also receive: - Daily $30 food + beverage credit - Reusable water bottle + more

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  • MarkFrieden

    The Keys are such a unique and beautiful area of Florida! It's so important to protect this delicate ecosystem.

  • KindCreative

    Now this is a must visit hotel my next trip down to key largo

  • KindTraveler

    @MarkFrieden we couldn't agree more! Travel Kindly to protect the Florida Everglades :-)

  • KindTraveler

    @KindCreative let us know how we can help plan your trip!


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