Snorkeling the Caribbean's finest reefs with a professional guide, certified by the U.S. Coast Guard. Families often prefer the morning. Afternoon-Sunset tours are ideal for young couples and the cerveza set. Our trip is almost entirely within the Culebra Wildlife Refuge. This is a "no fish zone" that is teaming with reefs and secluded beaches that can only be reached by boat. Our mission is to provide the safest, richest experience exploring the water and islands of our area. Every tour comes with a full compliment of snorkel equipment, plenty of drinking water and lots of shade under the bimini top. Ice and sunblock.... all come standard and, you are welcome to the coolers for your sandwiches, beer or wine. We provide a premium service and your satisfaction is guaranteed.
Our captain is from the United States and has over 15,000 hours logged and 15 years of tour experience.
Morning or Afternoon-Sunset tour?
Morning tour - casts off around 11:00. Earlier by request.
Afternoon-Sunset - 3:00 or 4:00.
A short stop for adult beverges is approved or BYOB.
Your tour includes tax, snacks, refreshments, mask,snorkel,fins, sharp professional guide, and more. Underwater disposable cameras are available. (they actually work great!) ZipLoc gallon freezer bags are a'plenty and always free.
Age range, type of group
Typically, if you can swim you can also snorkel. Our tour groups are small and can easily be tailored to the experience and comfort level of the client. Children can usually learn to snorkel during our beach stop where the shore is nearby and the water only a couple feet deep. Non-swimmers can splash around on the life ring tethered to the boat, just feet from the watchful eye of the captain. Beach exploration can yield anything from driftwood to sand-dollars to sharks teeth. We commonly see dolphins, turtles and migrating birds and hawks. This is an experience that truly should not be missed during your visit to this area. The combination of Culebra's low volume tourism and Wildlife Refuge let's you see the Caribbean much as it was when the Spanish explorers and pirates plied these very same waters. Only we have modern safety and navigational equipment and much better food!
Sleeping and meals
There is always plenty of cool drinking water and cooler space available for your sandwiches. Tours may easily be catered with 48hrs notice. Inquire when making your reservation. Local markets often have fruit in season, along with sandwich fixins'.
Policies & Restrictions
A credit card number is required to make a reservation.
Please DO NOT email card numbers, or any other sensitive info. But you knew that.
We recommend that you dress for the sun. That's basically your favorite hat and sunglasses. Polarized sunglasses will eliminate glare and allow you to see down to the ocean's bottom. (highly recommended)
Cotton long sleeve shirts are wonderful sunburn insurance.
Contact lenses are not a problem while swimming or snorkeling. We've never lost even one, but bring extras just in case.
You are not going to be eaten by sharks. This is a common question. We now forward those inquiries directly to Steven Spielberg. Shark sightings are one of the most amazing things you will ever experience. The small Caribbean reef shark does not consider humans to be food and almost exclusively feeds at night.
"Non snorkel/swim" or "dry" passengers can ride for $49. and may participate fully in all other activities. (There is plenty to see from above the water)
Children under 10 are $39. and.... the third one's FREE! (Let's face it, if you have three children on vacation you probably could use a break!)