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- Fort Lauderdale
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Conch Trail Itinerary
9/10 AM: Head South towards the Keys
Stop for coffee/breakfast if needed in Key Largo
Late AM/Noon: Arrive to Robbies
- Grab a cocktail or bite to eat at the Tree Bar
- Grab a bucket of fish and feed the tarpon
- Check out some of the local art stands
1/2 PM: Arrive to the Keys Cable Park
Grab gear and hit the cables. Each person will get 30 minutes to an hour of wakeboard time.
- Take a tour of the garden and farm on the property
- If available, grab some grub from the Irie Eats food truck (if not, we’ll grab lunch on the way South)
4/5 PM: Head to the campground (Big Pine Fishing Lodge or KOA in Sugarloaf)
- Set up camp and get comfy
- Start a bonfire and/or get the grill fired up
- Have dinner and drinks and enjoy the Sunset
Mid-AM: Bring the crew to the Sugarloaf Cafe for some breakfast and coffee.
*Pack up campsite and belongings.
By 11 AM/Noon: Head to the Jumping Bridge! Cooler of beer (possibly supply sandwiches or some type of grub)
Around 3 or 4 PM: Down to the KW Youth Hostel/ Seashell Motel
- Shower up and get presentable
- Meet down by the pool for some happy hour drinks and socialize
6:30ish: Mallory Square for the Sunset Ceremony
….then off to Duval!
Mid-AM: Grab breakfast and some Cuban coffee, then head North.
Stop by the Old Bahia Honda Bridge for some touristy pictures.
Noonish: Grab Lunch in the Lower/Mid Keys
2 PM: Stop at Annes Beach and relax
4:30: Head to Morada Bay for an afternoon drink and one last sunset
6-6:30 PM: Head back to Fort Lauderdale
Get ready to explore the Keys like a true local. This 3-day trip will supply your eyes with some of the most beautiful sights and great times will be had by all. As we trot down the bend of the Florida Keys we will take our time to make stops at staple points of these gorgeous islands. Upon entering the north end of the Keys we will make our first stop at Robbie’s to hand feed tarpon and grab one of their famous Bloody’s. Next, wake boarding and SUP’s at the Keys Cable Park. We will end the evening setting up camp in Sugarloaf Key with a sunset BBQ. Send-It Saturday will commence of you showing us your most epic moves leaping off the Sugarloaf Jumping Bridge and relaxing in the flats. By the afternoon, we journey down to Key West Youth Hostel and Seashell Motel to get you looking presentable for participating in the Duval Crawl starting at the Sunset Ceremony at Mallory Square. Sunday will be rough, but we accept no quitters on this tour. Onward we go, back up Overseas Highway for stops at the Old Bahia Bridge and Anne’s Beach. We will cap off the trip at Morada Bay for one more epic sunset before heading to the mainland.
$350 per person
3 days, 2 nights
Start/ Finish City
Fort Lauderdale/Fort Lauderdale
Day 1: Fort Lauderdale to Sugarloaf Key. (stops including Robbie’s in Islamorada and Keys Cable Park located in Grassy Key).
Day 2: Jumping Bridge located in Sugarloaf Key then transit to Key West.
Day 3: Depart Key West. Multiple stops on our way out the Keys including one final sunset at Morada Bay. Return to Fort Lauderdale.
Fuddled Frog Tours will provide:
- Entrance fees to all destinations
- Air mattresses
- Large coolers for snack and drink storage.
It’s not an adventure until something goes wrong. The itinerary is subject to change as there are certain uncontrollable factors that can influence the trip. Fuddled Frog Tours will attempt to adhere to the route, but please bear in mind that this route is flexible.
Meals/ Drinks Included
Friday – Sunset BBQ at the campground.
Saturday – Complimentary beers at the Jumping Bridge.
Meal/ Drink Options
Guests are permitted to bring snacks and beverages of their choice that can be stored in Fuddled Frog coolers (guests are not permitted to bring their own coolers). Food and drinks can be purchased at the campground store which is open from 8am-8pm daily.
Two-person tents (1 night). Guests can choose to split a tent or use their own.
Key West Youth Hostel & Seashell Motel (1 night)
If you are unable to convene at the designated meeting point at the appropriate time, please contact a Fuddled Frog Tours representative at 954-817-4726. If there is a minor delay, transport may be able to wait for your arrival. However, substantial delays will not be accommodated. If you miss transport, you will not be reimbursed.
Unfortunately, accidents happen. If you find yourself in a sticky situation and require immediate help, please reach out to a Fuddled Frog tour guide. If the tour guide is not immediately available, you can contact the following numbers for assistance:
Police & Fire/EMS: Dial 911
Fuddled Frog Tours: 954-817-4726
What to Take
Sometimes less is more. Since space is limited on transportation, there is a limit of one main piece of luggage per person. Below is a checklist of essential items to bring for this trip.
- Personal identification
- Cash, credit and debit cards
- Toiletries (toothbrush, soap, etc.)
- Insect repellent
- Prescription medications
Campsite Gear (only tents and air mattresses are provided):
- Lighting (Flashlight, torch, headlamps, lanterns, etc.)
- Sleeping bag/blanket
Fuddled Frog Tours will offer certain amenities; however, guests are welcome to purchase or rent from other local businesses.
Safety and Security
Please be mindful of your surroundings and the activities you partake in throughout the trip. A Fuddled Frog tour guide will be present for the entire trip, excluding any activities guests decide to pursue that are not governed by Fuddled Frog Tours. Please note that a Fuddled Frog tour guides will assist in other options, but are not responsible for the safety of the activity or the standard of the operators running them.
Illegal drugs or underage drinking will not be tolerated on any trips. Unlawful possession of any banned substances or contraband could result in immediate expulsion from the trip based off the discretion of your Fuddled Frog tour guide.
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You must be at least 21 years old to travel on a Conch Trail Tour.