Enjoy a guided walk with your local, knowledgeable English-speaking guide to learn about the culture, history, and food of Key West.
Stretching more than 100 miles into the open ocean, Key West can boast early settlers ranging from Bahamian fishermen to Cuban cigar makers and New England merchants. In such a rich melting pot, it's natural that the indigenous cuisine came to incorporate diverse and delicious influences - with a reliance on an abundant array of fish and seafood harvested from surrounding waters.
Upon meeting your guide at a central location close to your Key West cruise port, you will embark on a tantalizing walking excursion for your taste buds. You will want to come hungry as you will sample generous portions of iconic Key West cuisine at numerous stops along this small group, exclusive excursion. Your knowledgeable, local guide will share fun facts and interesting anecdotes along with the history that shaped the island culture.
Stepping off the beaten path and discovering hidden gems, you will sample conch fritters, fresh fish tacos, Cuban roast pork, a signature rum drink, and of course, classic Key Lime pie. In about three hours and 1.5 miles later you will have enjoyed a plethora of mouthwatering morsels at some of Key West's finest, including El Siboney, Bad Boy Burrito, and The Speakeasy Inn and Rum Bar. At the end of your excursion, you can grab a taxi back to your Key West cruise port where you can board your ship or continue to explore at your own expense.
This excursion is held rain or shine with ponchos provided if necessary and, with advanced notice, most dietary restrictions can be accommodated. So snag your camera, harvest your hunger, and let your mouth make some memories!
There is no better way to get a "taste" of Key West than this foodie excursion! Lace-up those comfortable shoes, grab a hat and your appetite, and get ready to experience the island in the most delicious way possible on this unique food and cultural walk!