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Scrub Island Snorkel

Price: $127.00
Scrub Island Snorkel
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Apart from the lovely Scrub Island Resort, Spa and Marina, most of the island is uninhabited, allowing for quiet, relaxation and exploration. During Christopher Columbus' second voyage on November 2, 1493, small islands now known as the Lesser Antilles were discovered, one of which was Scrub Island. For many years after the discovery, the islands were untouched until privateers, pirates and buccaneers used the island as a haven, evidence here indicates buried pirate treasures.

Scrub Island Resort, Spa & Marina is a luxury private island resort built in 2010. This secluded, but kid-friendly resort, is a perfect lunch spot after a day of snorkeling the nearby sites at Virgin Gorda, Guana Island, The Dogs, Marina Cay or Great Camanoe.

Top off your snorkel adventure with a great lunch (at your own expense) at one of the resort's three delectable restaurants, you can also take a swim in one of the many inviting pools. Kids will love the water slide, while the adults may not want to leave the swim-up bar.

Please Note: All snorkel gear is provided including vests available in children's sizes. Snacks and other beverages available for purchase, bring cash. One complimentary rum punch per person is included.

Shore Excursion Size
Standard
Shore Excursion Type
Scenic, Water/Beach
Shore Excursion Duration
6+ Hours
Activity Level
Easy
Shore Excursion Leaves From
Virgin Gorda's North Sound (Prickley Pear Island dock or Gun Creek dock)
Food/Beverage Provided
Water, One Rum Punch
Recommended Dress
Comfortable, seasonal clothing over swimsuit. Hat, sunglasses and sunscreen.
Restrictions
Guests need to be able to get on/off the vessel from a dock, or in and out of a small boat when necessary.