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The place to go for Snorkeling

This is the place to go and see coral and fish of all types and colors. We went in the early... read more

Reviewed 19 June 2018
VA45
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Slidell, Louisiana
Excellent!

We sail with couples and we don't often have a full group of divers, so snorkeling is often a... read more

Reviewed 18 April 2018
Roamin_Mt_Rushmore
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Rapid City, SD
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Regarded as one of the best shallow dives in the BVIs, these four rocky pinnacles rise and descend roughly the same fifty feet above and below the water surface, which form abundant coral gardens, a 15-foot tunnel, lots of fish and an underwater...more
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Reviewed 19 June 2018

This is the place to go and see coral and fish of all types and colors. We went in the early morning and sow a very wide variety of sea life. The place has clear water and viewing is the best.

Thank VA45
Reviewed 18 April 2018

We sail with couples and we don't often have a full group of divers, so snorkeling is often a better option. Of all the snorkeling we've done in BVI, this is by far my favorite. Excellent coral, sea life and the lighting is amazing. Because...More

1  Thank Roamin_Mt_Rushmore
Reviewed 16 January 2018

Clear water, great place to anchor for a few hours. Beautiful snorkeling and colorful fish life. We enjoyed our afternoon there!

Thank Samhainn22
Reviewed 10 July 2017

I was here many years ago and I'd go back in a second.. The reefs were better than Disney.. Truly amazing.. and then we went into some caves that were near by.. OMG.. awesome.. and if you're out there.. definitely go to Virgin Gorda.. I'm...More

Thank ShoshanaA51
Reviewed 30 June 2017 via mobile

This is a fantastic snorkeling spot. Plenty of moorings which is needed because there was a lot of people. It is totally worth it...

Thank Karen H
Reviewed 29 May 2017

Very much enjoyed snorkeling here! The area has a shallow reef (extending out to Pelican Island), the Indians themselves, and a drop-off that attracts larger, deeper-water fish, so you really do get a chance to see quite a large variety of sealife. The dramatic setting...More

1  Thank wishfrog
Reviewed 16 May 2017

Get here early, as the mooring balls get taken quickly and there will no place park and you'll end up waiting for someone to leave. The currents are manageable both above and below water, but kids should be watched closely. The coral is awesome as...More

2  Thank 723MarkB23
Reviewed 16 May 2017 via mobile

Have been snorkeling the Indians several times since 2008. Nothing short of Fantastic. Giant purple fans, brain coral, soft corals, and numerous varieties of fish. But, if you want to have a schools of fish around you in a feeding frenzy, bring dog biscuits in...More

1  Thank Alan Z
Reviewed 6 April 2017

This was my teenagers' first "real" snorkeling experience and it was great! There are a couple of dinghy mooring balls situated directly above a prime spot to see a large number of fish. We saw Trumpet fish, Parrot fish, Angel fish, Sergeant Majors, and many...More

Thank Douglas P
Reviewed 20 February 2017

The Indians are a good place to snorkel on a calm day. Since they pretty much stand on their own, and there are not mooring balls available to tie up to, you have to anchor.

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