In many ways Boca Chita Key remains to this day like a
Whereas in the past it was private playground for the
rich and famous, today anyone can visit this island.
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Black Point to Boca Chita Key:
Twenty one miles of open water paddling on Biscayne Bay!
Most visitors come by powerboat. a few by a tour boat and fewer still by kayak. This is because it’s a 10 mile open water paddle across Biscayne Bay to get there!
This is a kind of semi urban paddling, where you can get away from the city and yet always see the Miami area skyline on the horizon.
Once out there on the barrier islands of Biscayne National Park,
you are truly on island time!
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