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Salt Pyramids. Worth a stop

This Impressive pink water & salt Pyramids are found in the southend. is defiantly incredible to... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Duncan, Canada

The giant mounds of salt are kind of cool, though only really worth a drive-by look on the way to... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Denver, Colorado
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Dive site that requires a local divemaster with Harbor Master's permission.
  • Excellent62%
  • Very good32%
  • Average4%
  • Poor1%
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Reviewed yesterday

This Impressive pink water & salt Pyramids are found in the southend. is defiantly incredible to see and take some pictures of. Not something you run into often. The salt is produced then transferred on machinery on to ships. There was no ships in port...More

Thank amanda5805
Reviewed 2 days ago

The giant mounds of salt are kind of cool, though only really worth a drive-by look on the way to something else. As for diving/snorkeling under the salt pier, we were pretty disappointed. There's not much going on underwater, though maybe we were spoiled by...More

Thank A A
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is a great dive sight that is very different than ,say, a reef or shipwreck. It's said to be better in the midday to afternoon because the fish like the shade provided by the pier. It is very crowded at this time of day...More

Thank rachapman61
Reviewed 1 week ago

We stopped here as part of a tour. Our guide Brian from Vista tours explained the process so well and even had salt samples for us to touch. The colors of the surrounding waters were facinationg.

Thank carribbeanmic
Reviewed 1 week ago

NEar the huts .... amazing salt lakes of all different levels and colours. They stretch for 10 miles.

Thank sherry412
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Driving along the road that divides the pier from the salt flats, is spectacular, it’s like huge fields of varying shades of pink with the salt Crystals glistening and twinkling like a hard frost in Scotland very unusual and pretty, then the mountains of harvested...More

Thank Elaine W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Great tour w/Norwegian cruise line. salt flats are amazing. Different colors of individual lakes is amazing. Mountains and mountains of salt. Also saw the slave huts where these poor people had to live. What a shame. All in all a great tour.

Thank steven25528
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Located along the south western coast of the island, the Salt Pier and the mounds and more mounds of salt are along the only north-south road, EEG Boulevard. There are plenty of spots to pull over and park to get out and get great views....More

Thank William C
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

When I saw pictures of the Salt Pier, I didn't believe it was real. The increasing shades of pink was a delight to actually see. The salt foam blowing from the salt plains was dazzling. No attraction can beat the natural beauty of the salt...More

Thank Elaine C
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A nice view and interesting to see the salt and the large pier. We snorkeled there in the mid afternoon and really didn't see much.

Thank Janet M
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24 February 2017|
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Response from TreasureByTheSea | Reviewed this property |
Yes, you can snorkel at Salt Pier when a ship is not in. You'll want to have dive boots and open heeled fins so you can walk over the coral rocks into the ocean since it's not a sandy entry. The pilings are loaded with... More