Peterson's Cay Kayak Snorkel Adventure
Indulge your inner adventurer with this fun Freeport tour. This snorkel and kayak tour will show you the natural beauty of the island up close. Grab a paddle and join us today!
Your Freeport kayak tour begins after you're picked up from the cruise pier. You'll make your way to the kayak launch site with your guide and start preparing for a fun-filled day. Following a quick safety lesson, you'll start kayaking. This Freeport sightseeing tour caters to all skill levels, so don't worry if it is your first time kayaking. For about 30 minutes, you'll paddle over to a nearby island and then arrive at the beach to continue your Freeport snorkel tour.
From here, you'll take a look into the area's underwater world. Expect to see a colorful array of aquatic life including coral, parrot fish, eels, strings and more. Your guide will point them out to you and provide more insight into these cool creatures. The snorkel portion of this tour lasts about 90 minutes.
Finally, you'll head back to Freeport Grand Bahama and then continue on to your last destination: a beach-side restaurant. Here, you can enjoy lunch (available for purchase) and relax on a hammock afterward with a drink in hand. Book your Freeport tour today for the ultimate island experience.
Please Note: Tour duration may slightly differ depending on arrival and departure time of your cruise ship. Also, please be sure to advise us of the foot/fin size(s) by gender.
Ricky was great. The van driver was a great guide and explained a lot about Freeport. Our group of about 12 were the only people on the Island that we kayaked to and got to snorkel around the island. Afterwards we had a nice lunch in a beautiful location.
The whole family enjoyed the experience. Ricky , our guide was awesome.
Reviewer: Mama Vick
We booked this while on a cruise with our high school graduates. Only 8 of us went on this excursion and the ones who didn't go regretted it! It's a very personal tour. Our 8 was the total group, and we had 4 adults and 4 teenagers. You are picked up as soon as you get off your ship and delivered back the same way. Our ship was an hour late into port and we had already had lunch so we skipped the eating part of the excursion. Our guide was Ansenio and he couldn't have been better at his job, which he obviously loves. Our group had a range as far as swimming abilities, but everyone did great. You wear a self-inflatable life vest so if you need some rest from snorkeling you can just blow it up a little. It's about a 30 minute drive to get to where you depart on the kayaks but that's pretty interesting also. You kayak over to the little island, which is only about 15 minutes of paddling. We snorkeled an hour and a half approximately. Some in our group did get tired but the sights are so wonderful you didn't think much of it until you got out of the water. The guide has a floating ""stick"" you hold on to if you get tired while you're in the water. Ansenio did a fantastic job with safety and instructions for our new snorkelers. We saw two sharks and fish galore, and a couple of our group saw a sea turtle. We ended by stopping over a large bed of sand dollars where we all gathered some to take home. Hermit crabs are all over the beach. We did snorkel out from the beach and I think if you are uneasy with getting in water over your head you could stay near the shore. The water is indescribable in clarity and color. Other members of our group went on a snorkel excursion in Nassau and it was a very large group and only lasted 30 minutes. You won't be sorry if you book this one! And I would recommend wearing water shoes because the sand is very rocky as you get in and out of the water but I'm not sure how you would manage them with your fins.