Key West Bicycle Tour Excursion Reviews
The tour guide, Dennison, was informative and passionate about the beauty and history of Key West. However, the pace was very slow -- even for two folks in their late 50's. We'd probably have done better renting bikes and trekking on our own.
We arrived in Key West at 11:00 am and had time to take a great bike tour around the city with Key Lime Bicycle Tour Company. It was about a six mile ride and we got to stop at all the important tourist spots but we also got to see parts of the town that were off the beaten path. Our tour guide was Sara and she had such a great knowledge of the history and quirkyness of Key West and she made it fun to learn about everything. We also had some shopping time before the all aboard at 4:30. I didn't really feel that this was enough time but Key West has a limitation on how long the cruise ships can stay in port. All cruise ships have to be out before sunset because of the sunset celebration in Mallory Square each night.
Definitely rent bikes while in Key West…it was so easy to get around and it was such a nice day. I have no idea who we got the bike rental through but the bikes were great and they cost $10 for the whole day. We didn’t prebook, we just saw a bike stand and went up to them and got bikes for the day.
The bike trip with Key Lime Bike Tours (Guide Sara Goodwin-305-340-7834) was the best excursion I have ever had there. Very easy ride.
Key Lime Bike Tours - Christopher, the owner and guide is very knowledgeable about Key West. We learn a lot about the city from its geography, history, and culture to its architecture. Christopher has a passion for the latter and he talks constantly about it and the tour was excellent and highly recommended. We got to see parts of Key West we have never seen before. We visited Mallory Square, Hemingway's House, Duval Street, the Presidents Gates, Mile Marker Zero, (lighthouse), Dog Beach, Memorial Beach and Key West Cemetery. We end up at Kermit's Cafe Kitchen and enjoy a nice Key Lime Ice Cream