Two Nations, Three Beaches

Price: $150.00
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Summary
Shore Excursion Size ? Small
Shore Excursion Type Active, Scenic, Water/Beach
Shore Excursion Duration 4 Hours
Activity Level ? Moderate
Shore Excursion Leaves From ? Cruise Ship Pier
Food/Beverage Provided Welcome Drink
Recommended Dress Comfortable, weather appropriate clothing over a swimsuit. Hat, sunscreen, sunglasses and beach towel.
Restrictions Guests must be able to get in and out of transportation. Guests should be in moderate physical shape in order to participate. Guests must be 21 years old to consume alcohol. This tour is not wheelchair accessible.

Two Nations, Three Beaches

On this 4-hour exclusive St. Maarten excursion, you will enjoy a panoramic drive of the island; there are 37 beaches in total and you will stop at 3 of St. Maarten's most popular and asked about beaches.

Be welcomed first at Maho Beach adjacent to the airport, famous for watching the planes arrive and depart from a close distance and where the aqua blue waves of the Atlantic roll in at your feet.

Next, view the heavenly coastline providing views of breathtaking beaches one after another. Step out onto the sand at Mullet Bay Beach and watch the planes come in for a landing at the nearby airport. Walk along the aqua blue water's edge or jump in for a swim in the crystal-clear waters of the Atlantic.

Continue down the coast to Friar's Bay, one of the most requested beaches on the island. Be greeted with a welcome drink and relax on a beach chair to soak up the sun or enter the water and navigate the waves for a challenging swim. This mile-long beach has a secluded area, a family-friendly area, and plenty of restaurants and activities. Take a leisurely walk to fully experience Friar's Bay's charms - just be sure to stop before the rocks if you do not want to visit the small, well-marked clothing-optional area.

Book this Two Nations, Three Beaches excursion now for a sun and water-filled day in the tropical paradise of St. Maarten and experience both the French and Dutch sides of this island.