All aboard the bus for a scenic ride through Philipsburg to Little Bay where you will strap on your snorkel gear and go below the waterline to explore all the treasures underneath Fort Amsterdam. Here's your chance to hand-feed sergeant majors and ballyhoos, and grab once-in-a-lifetime photos.
The ocean floor has a statue, cannons, and a helicopter, plus a submarine that you can actually swim through. Admire the curious fish that darts around you such as snapper, grouper, and lionfish. Once back on land your adventure continues as you tour around both sides of the island while your guide shares entertaining stories and fascinating facts about the history of the island, as well as how the area has bounced back following Hurricane Irma.
Upon arrival in rustic Marigot (capital of the French side) you will stop at Rosemary's Restaurant and be treated to a delicious lunch of chicken, ribs, or fish with a variety of sides including sweet potatoes, cassava, rice and beans, and plantains (vegetarian options available). Rosemary's is located in Marigot just a few steps away from the water's edge and many small vendors for local shopping. After you've had your fill you will head to Maho Beach and sink your toes in the sand as jets come in for a landing over the beachfront and over your head! Then it's back on the bus for a return to Philipsburg for a stroll on the Beauty Beach boardwalk.
Conclude your tour with a ride back to the pickup point, or spend some free time in town browsing the shops, sipping on a Pina Colada, or enjoying ice cream as you make your own way back to port (at your expense). Your tour includes snorkeling gear, flotation devices, and an open bar on the bus offering rum punch, beers, non-alcoholic options, and snacks. Book this 4.5-hour tour now to experience St. Maarten by land and by sea.