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We went to Jules to dive the lagoon and have lunch in the underwater lodge, we didn't spend the night. It has been a while since we have scuba'ed, so we did it as a refresher before ocean dives later. Perfect for that. The lagoon...More
I started my dive certification in Nashville at the SCUBA Shack. After doing my eLearning and my pool time in Nashville, J needed a warmer place to do my open water certification.
I contacted Tarpon Lagoon in Miami Beach to set up my two open...More
We found this totally by accident, had to turn around down a dirt road and there it was!! The LOBSTER BENEDICT was unbelievable!! $14.95, pricey for breakfast, but large portion so basically a breakfast/lunch combo. Good coffee.
Perfect place to start diving. Not only is it a slightly controlled environment, my instructor Daniel was WONDERFUL! Taught me everything I needed to get started and made me feel completely save at all times. Sabrina was also fantastic! Highly recommend new divers and those...More
Did the habitat PADI certification with my 10 year old son. It was very interesting and a lot of fun. Rob taught us about the undersea habitat from inside the habitat. He was very knowledgable and enthusiastic about the subject matter. We ate in the...More
My wife and I took this Discover Scuba diving "beginners" course at the Jules Undersea Lodge, in Key Largo. We thought what a great place to learn to dive. We were a little anxious and scared until the instructor Daniel made us feel safe under...More
This is the only undersea lodge, so how can I rate it as average? That being said, I liked the shady location, the gift shop was adequate, the water was calm and predictable and I needed a final scuba dive. From the photos/reviews online, I...More
Pleasantly surprised & intrigued by all the experiences offered at the park, from unique underwater lodging to smaller motel type rooms surrounding the lagoon. For those who do not dive, snorkelling was fun too, & the whole idea as a family outing worked out well....More
I bring the family here each time we go to the Keys. Not diving for a couple of months can create a little rust on the skill set. We stop here, setup and check out our gear. There is easy access to the water here....More