This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
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$200/nt or $1200/wk
Pirates Cove Travel Tips
Tap Your Inner Eco-Tourist From Pirates Cove House Rentals
Minutes away from Pirates Cove house rentals are some of the most pristine ecosystems in the country. Untouched environments full of natural wonders fill national and state parks all along the Florida Keys placing visitors in habitats ranging from swamps to coral reefs. Bordering the northwest side of Key Largo is the renowned Everglades National Park, just a short drive from the house rentals in Pirates Cove. Picture yourself exploring exotic marsh and saltwater worlds. And after a day of venturing, you can kick off your hiking boots and enjoy the amenities of Pirates Cove house rentals.
View Rare Wildlife While Staying at Pirates Cove Beach Rentals
Visitors come from near and far to the Florida Keys to see some of the most diverse and rare wildlife in the world, and Pirates Cove beach rentals are close to it all. There are the usual suspects--alligators and crocodiles--but many more including the endangered manatee that journey through the bays. Plenty of outfitters near Pirates Cove beach rentals will take you out to see the coral reef habitats that run along the shores of Key Largo and are full of unique tropical fish and giant sea turtles.
Get Close to Your Surroundings With a Kayak or Snorkel
Vacationing at Key Largo vacation rentals puts you in the heart of a tropical wonderland of palm trees and clear seas. And from the beach rentals in Pirates Cove you can take it all in up close by kayak, if you prefer to stay above water, or snorkel if you want plunge right in. Kayakers can make their way along the beautiful shorelines or the jungle-like creeks of mangroves in the marshes. Meanwhile, donning a snorkel will put you face to face with colorful fishes and other marine creatures making their home in the coral reefs.