The Islands of Islamorada, a luxury vacation resort located in the Upper Florida Keys, has established its support of Bonefish & Tarpon Trust as a Silver Sponsor.
“The Frisbie family and The Islands of Islamorada are honored to contribute to the preservation of our marine life and environment,” said Dave Frisbie, Co-founder of the Frisbie Group. “Our South Florida Aquifer, Coral Barrier Reef and Bay of Florida are critical components of our South Florida ecosystem and extremely deserving of love, admiration and stewardship.”
The Islands is dedicated to a long-standing mission to sustain and conserve the biodiversity of the resort’s home of Upper Matecumbe Key. In order to provide a luxurious and meaningful experience, The Islands’ goal is to minimize its carbon footprint by reducing waste, adhering to green policies, and planting native species throughout the key.
The perfect place to vacation with family and friends, The Islands offers 22 four-bedroom villas with oceanfront views, and 8 one-bedroom suites, all overlooking private pools and a 600-foot white sandy beach. The resort offers many unique experiences to immerse its guests in the pristine natural surroundings, including fly-fishing the nearby flats with a local guide. Guests may dock their own boat in The Islands’ private marina, or the concierge may arrange a charter if needed. The Islands also encourages the health and wellness by offering yoga, kayaking, paddle boarding, and sailing.
“We thank the Frisbie Group and the Islands of Islamorada for their generous support of BTT’s mission to conserve bonefish, tarpon, and permit, and their habitats,” said Jim McDuffie, BTT President and CEO. “We look forward to what we will accomplish together to ensure the health the Florida Keys’ nearshore marine environment and the flats fishery it supports.”
To learn more, or book a stay, visit: www.theislandsofislamorada.com