A Tropical Resort Getaway in the Florida Keys – 3-Day Itinerary

Centrally located between Miami and Key West yet tucked away on the secluded island of Duck Key, Hawks Cay Resort offers the perfect union of solitude and convenience. For guests that live in the United States, there’s no need for a passport. With easy access by car, boat or plane, you can enjoy the best qualities of the Caribbean—clear turquoise waters, endless sunshine, excellent fishing and diving opportunitiesfresh seafood, and a relaxing tropical atmosphere—without the hassle of vacationing overseas.

Day 1

Check-in at the Hawks Cay Resort.

Meet & Greet Happy Hour at Sixty-One Prime, located in the hotel’s main lobby.

Dinner at Angler & Ale, located at the Hawks Cay Marina.

Angler & Ale / Facebook

Choose from a menu that features plenty of Florida Keys specialties like tuna nachos, whole fried
grouper, and fish tacos. Don’t forget to top it off with a slice of key lime pie!

Day 2

At leisure breakfast at Sixty-One Prime.

Take a coffee to go and watch the dolphins playing in the early morning.

Head over to Dolphin Connection to meet the resort’s bottlenose dolphins.

Every Hawks Cay Resort vacation is made of magical moments, but Dolphin Connection may be our crowning jewel. Choose from the several programs and have your own Florida Keys dolphin adventure at Hawks Cay Resort. Photos are now included in the price of all programs.

Dolphin Connection / Facebook

Lunch at leisure – dine outside at Tiki Grill or Oasis Cay.

There is an adults-only poolside oasis that is secluded among the palm fronds, away from the sounds of kids frolicking in the lagoon. Oasis Cay is your place to relax in serene seclusion while sipping on a tropical concoction. Oasis Cay is an adults-only spot serving specialty drinks right to your lounge chair or private cabana.

Time to get treated! Head over to Calm Water Spa to unwind and relax.

Calm Waters Spa offers traditional and locally-influenced spa treatments and therapies that utilize the natural ingredients and aromas of the islands. Customize your own unique Florida spa experience. Feel free to send your friends or family out fishing and take the time to treat yourself to a day of relaxing island bliss at our Florida Keys spa. View Google 360 Tour of the reception areaView Google 360 Tour of the Grand Relaxation Room.

Enjoy a beautiful Keys sunset on the water on a private sunset cruise!

Meet at the dock to the right side of the saltwater lagoon.

Dinner at Sixty-One Prime, the resort’s Florida Keys-style chop house.

The menu celebrates the restaurant’s commitment to the “Fresh from Florida” initiative created by the Florida Department of Agriculture with a refined farm-to-table approach with highlights that include a Key West pink shrimp with white bean cassoulet and smoked tomato oil, Kurobuta pork belly with apple turnip chutney and blackberry pearls, and McCoy Ranch grass-fed Delmonico with bone marrow fritter and tobacco onions.

Sixty-One Prime

Day 3

Head to Marketplace by the main pool to get a grab-and-go breakfast.

Meet Captain Dave Jensen at the marina for a reef charter fishing trip on Gotcha.

Lunch at leisure – dine outside at Tiki Grill or Oasis Cay.

Papa’s Pilar Rum tasting.

Sample flights of locally made rum at Oasis Bar with mixologist Jason Dixon.

Hop on a golf cart, and you’re headed to a Hook n’ Cook dinner at Angler & Ale in
the marina.

Eat your catch of the day, specially prepared by Chef Patrick. Don’t forget to top it off with a slice of key lime pie!

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