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There are two options to get there - Nautilius (4 cruses daily) - a ship with glass bottom (and half an hour of snorkeling) or kayak rental - in this case you can explore little island. Unfortunately, there is more and more sargassum on the...More
Our family took the glass bottom boat and snorkeling tour over Spring Break. It was fantastic, the views of the fish and the snorkling. Although the tour includes snorkeling equipment, it is old and I would recommend bringing your own.
Unfortunately we didn’t see many fish, the coral appeared dead and no turtles! Apparently it maybe due to the effects of Hurricane Erma? The glass bottom boat was ok especially for those that can’t swim and for children. No English spoken unfortunately. A very short...More
If you've never snorkeled many places, this is a good first experience. From what others have said, however, I suspect the hurricane last fall destroyed some of the coral and there are fewer fish. We did enjoy the boat ride out to the island, the...More
It might have been good before the hurricane, however now there is very few fish and little coral. It is not worth going at the moment . The beach area has been mostly washed away and is very dirty. Snorkelling is not worth the effort....More
we snorkelled from the shore as unable to get a boat to the island. Coral poor, most of it dead. Saw only 2 turtles and very few fish. The bars and restaurants along the beach were very busy and average food and service. The public...More
We took a cruise excursion with Tropical Tours to visit this area. The bus took us from the cruise terminal to the reserve to board a glass bottom boat. It is a great way for those uncomfortable with snorkeling to get a view of the...More
Spent about 45 min snorkelling around with our guests and saw loads of fish everywhere, but the corals were absolutely incredible. A definite must see. We were anchored nearby and took the dinghy over and tied up to a mooring ball. It was quite busy...More
This is a superb spot to swim with glorious sea turtles. Enter from the beach and swim out about 100 feet until you begin to see the sea grass. It won't be long before you'll encounter beautiful sea turtles grazing on the grass, and coming...More