A once in a lifetime visit that seems too often to be forgotten or passed over.
An island around 70 miles off the coast with excellent snorkling, intersting history, bird spotting and sun bathing.
You can't appreciate it by reading a trip advisor review. Look at some pictures of it, ariel pictures and you'll see what I mean about how incredible the place is.
I'd put a picture up myself but my memory card corrupted whilst on vacation and all the images of Dry Tortugas are lost forever. I'm in the UK so it really was "once in a lifetime" for me.
The one question I had before I went was "toilets". There are some composting toilets on the island (like an airplane toilet) that are usable until the ferry docks, then the ferry toilets are used, they are back in use when the ferry departs. There is no food or water on the island - anything you want, you need to bring or have on the ferry.
Ask the park rangers questions; they're very knowledgable.
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