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As others have said - part of the allure of Loggerhead is the remote and seemingly abandoned nature of this place.
We kayaked over from Garden Key on a smooth July morning and literally had the entire island to ourselves.
Little Africa reef is beautiful...More
everything about visiting dry Tortugas is worth it x100 just go you absolutely will not be disappointed we stayed and camped at fort Jefferson and rented a kayak (which we brought to the island) do we could snorkle loggerhead key, windjammer wreck and little Africa...More
i enjoyed snorkeling on this reef, but was disappointed to see so much coral bleaching. There is another reef a few hundred yards to the south of Little Africa that is nice snorkeling but it too has a lot a bleached coral. We kayaked over...More
I kayaked over from Garden Key last week!! The weather was ideal wind less than 5 knotted and clear skies. Took about an hour and a half of easy paddling. It was the second time I've kayaked to Zloggerhead and the first time I took...More
And that's because I have never snorkeled in the Eastern Hemisphere! Anyway, maybe a bit of an exaggeration, but not by much. As the other reviews has suggested, getting there is 99.9% of the difficulty. As an alternative, you might consider paddling via kayak. Caution...More
The first review was dead on the money, i have a boat and was able to go there and snorkel with friends we made over there. Its simply beautiful, you just off the shore and into 8 ft of water with coral all beneath you,...More
Little africa lies on west side of Loggerhead Key.
Walk along the beach until you are level with the yellow house then about 100 yards out to sea.
The cuuent flow is North to South and the reef sits in around 20 feet of water...More