Dry Tortugas National Park is home to history and natural wonders above and below the waters’ surface. The park’s corals and seagrass communities are among the most vibrant in the Florida Keys. Shipwrecks are just as abundant as marine life here at the park.
Learn more about our diving and snorkeling sites.
Remember to not disturb coral or shells. All coral, living and dead, is protected from collection. Shipwrecks and all historic artifacts are protected by law. You must display an approved dive flag when snorkeling outside of the designated snorkel area.
Last updated: May 16, 2019