Dry Tortugas National Park is managed carefully to ensure the resources are protected and visitors have the best opportunities to experience the park.
There are a limited number of commercial use authorizations issued who provide one or more of the following services
Click here for a list of these vendors. (This list is preliminary with only name of company and contact information, We are updating the types of services they offer that will be made available as soon as possible)
Did You Know?
Between the months of March and September, some 100,000 sooty terns will come to nest on the islands of the Dry Tortugas. They are joined by brown noddies, roseate terns, double-crested cormorants and brown pelicans.