Kayak and Snorkel at Pelican Key

Price: $61.00
This tour is not available on Sunday
Kayak and Snorkel at Pelican Key Tour in St. Martin
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Paddle your way to paradise, and add in snorkeling, as well, on this super day at Pelican Key - a day to live forever in memory.

After making your way to Simpson Bay, you will meet your tour guide for a paddling demonstration on the beach.

After your quick lesson, you will board your sit-on-top-type kayaks, which offer exceptional stability, and follow your tour guides as they head across the bay towards Simpson Bay, offering the paddlers a unique view of this small, quaint fishing village. You will continue to paddle gently across the bay to the Pelican Keys coast, where you will pull up your kayaks onto the white, sandy beach at the Pelican Resort.

After trying out your snorkeling equipment, you will swim out to the thriving reef at Pelican Rock, where the guides will point out some of the fascinating and colorful creatures that inhabit the coral and rocky caverns.

After approximately 35 minutes of underwater exploration, you will head back to your kayaks for the return paddle to Simpson Bay, followed by an ice-cold refreshment at a nearby restaurant and a discussion on the fish that you discovered during your swim.

This St. Martin tour requires a minimum of 4 guests to operate.

Shore Excursion Size
Shore Excursion Type
Scenic, Active
Shore Excursion Duration
3 Hours
Activity Level
Shore Excursion Leaves From
20 minute taxi ride (not included) from the cruise pier (details will be provided when this excursion is booked).
Food/Beverage Provided
We recommend wearing your swim suit under comfortable clothing and sensible walking shoes. A towel, Sun glasses and sunscreen (biodegradable preferred) are also suggested. Storage space is limited so only bring what you need.
Minimum age to participate is 10 years old. All guests must wear a flotation vest and sign a waiver. Guests should be in good health and have a general knowledge of swimming to snorkel.