Snorkeling in St. Kitts is definitely an excursion to write home about. But wait til you're finished snorkeling first.
After meeting your tour guide, you will transfer to the boat, approximately 15 minutes away from the cruise pier, and set out for the beautiful reefs of St. Kitts. Depending on the sea and weather conditions that day, you may reach your first snorkeling spot within 15 minutes. Here, you will enter an undersea world described as enchanting, impressive and breathtaking.
For the next two hours, your captain will take you to the best snorkeling spots of the day. Based on sea conditions, there is usually time to stop at two different snorkel spots for approximately 45 minutes each. You will snorkel reefs abundantly alive with an array of tropical fish, large turtles, eagle rays, chub and snapper. The reefs are an extensive collection of soft corals, fans and sponges.
Refreshments of local non-alcoholic drinks and water will be provided.
Reviewer: Mary Driggers
My family of 5 went on this snorkel trip and thoroughly enjoyed it! My 9 year old grandson was able to snorkel a good distance over to the sailboat wreck. It was his first snorkeling in the ocean, but he did excellent. Being a very experienced snorkeler in the Keys and Bahamas, the water clarity was excellent and we saw many different kinds of fish and a turtle. Having been on other snorkel trips in various areas, I appreciated that the excursion crew on the boat were not 'fussy' about every little thing, but yet gave good instructions and safety information. We enjoyed our time.
Reviewer: Mike Van Scoyoc
Awesome time snorkeling in St Kitts. We spotted a sea turtle and a couple rays along with many colorful fish. Enjoyed this trip, very nice snorkeling spot.
Reviewer: Crazy for the Caribbean
Varied snorkeling experience - shipwreck in shallow water and coral reef in sheltered bay. Enjoyed the time snorkeling and the short trip to and from the pier.
This was fantastic. Small boat with awesome captain. He knew exactly where to take us and yep we found a sea turtle