Snorkel the British Virgin Islands
The British Virgin Islands offers fantastic snorkeling opportunities with crystal clear waters,
vibrant coral reefs, and diverse marine life. Visit these spots on your next charter in the BVI:
The Indians: Located near Norman Island, The Indians are a popular snorkeling spot. These four large rocks rising from the sea create a sheltered area with an abundance of marine life, including colorful corals and tropical fish.
The Caves, Norman Island: Norman Island is famous for its underwater caves. The Caves offer a unique snorkeling experience as you can explore underwater tunnels and swim-throughs. It's also an excellent spot to see various fish species and coral formations.
The Wreck of the RMS Rhone: The RMS Rhone is a famous shipwreck located near Salt Island. It's a must-visit for advanced snorkelers and divers. The wreck offers a glimpse into history and is home to diverse marine life.
Anegada Reef: Anegada is the northernmost island in the BVI and is known for its extensive barrier reef. The coral formations here are stunning, and you can often spot sea turtles, rays, and various fish species while snorkeling along the reef.
Sandy Spit, Jost Van Dyke: Sandy Spit is a tiny, picturesque island near Jost Van Dyke. The clear, shallow waters around the island are perfect for snorkeling, and you can see colorful coral and numerous fish species.
Diamond Cay, Jost Van Dyke: This protected bay on Jost Van Dyke offers calm waters and excellent snorkeling opportunities. You'll find beautiful coral formations and a variety of marine life here.
Cooper Island: This small island offers great snorkeling right off the beach. The crystal- clear waters are teeming with fish and marine creatures, making it a wonderful spot for beginners and experienced snorkelers alike.
Monkey Point, Guana Island: Monkey Point is a secluded spot known for its healthy coral gardens and an array of marine life, including colorful reef fish and rays. It's part of Guana
Island's Marine Protected Area.
Please follow responsible snorkeling practices, such as not touching or damaging the coral, using reet-sate sunscreen, and respecting the marine environment.