Sea Turtle Snorkeling Safari & Beach

Starting at
$99.99 / Adult (ages 13 and over)
$89.99 / Child (ages 12 and under)
Nassau, The Bahamas
Moderate Activity Level
Minimum age 3 years
3.0 hours
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Speedboat Adventure: Embark on a thrilling high-speed boat ride through Nassau Harbor. Glide atop the turquoise water while viewing several of the most beautiful islands the Bahamas has to offer Learn about the world-famous Atlantis Resort and the history of Paradise Island.

Sandy Cay: Sandy Cay is a beautiful island that was featured in the opening scene of a famous sitcom. You will be able to take photos from the vessel while passing this beautiful island.

Athol Island Reef: Your first stop will be the amazing reef at Athol Island where you will experience a magical world while you snorkel! You will come face to face with an abundance of vibrant and colorful marine life.

Low Harbour Cove: Your next stop is to see the turtles at Low Harbour, which is a natural sea turtle habitat. The turtles live in this protected cove where they feed on the seagrass and other sea life such as conch and crabs.

Athol Island Beach: The third stop on this tour takes you to the beach where you can snorkel, swim, explore or simply relax on the beach. Each stop is 30 – 45 minutes. The water and scenery are astonishing and impressive, so be prepared to take lots of photos.

What’s Included:

  • Snorkeling gear.
  • Bottle of water.

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Requirements & Restrictions: Minimum age – 3 years. Maximum weight 250 lbs. Guests must be able to climb up and down a ladder. For safety reasons, pregnant women and guests with knee, back or neck injuries may not participate on this excursion.

What to Bring: Beach towel.

Good to know: When boarding the vessel, you are assisted by two members of the crew to enter the boat and the crew will ensure proper balance has been maintained. The boarding process is a three-step process and you (1) step onto the boat, (2) onto the seat or step ladder and then (3) onto the deck of the boat, where you will then take your seat. The guests are boarded based on the number of people in the group or family so that you are always seated with your loved ones. The space is comfortable but not excessive.