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Nassau: Reef Snorkeling, Pigs, and Turtles 3 Islands Tour
Nassau: 3 Islands Tour, Snorkel, Pig Beach, Turtles & Lunch
- Snorkel around Pearl Island to see majestic fish and local marine life
- Discover the Green Cay, a small uninhabited cay where turtles thrive
- Have fun swimming with pigs and eat lunch at the very popular Rose Island
- Ride by private speedboat, with the chance to customize your experience
- Walk along the turquoise beaches of Turtle Cay and bask in the sun
DescriptionTake some time to explore three different islands off the coast of Nassau by speedboat. Visit the coral reef by Pearl Island, snorkel in the waters, and spot the colorful and majestic fish. Then, admire turtles at Turtle Cay, before getting playful with the local pigs of Rose Island. Meet your guide and board a private speedboat to ride the waves to Pearl Island. Make a stop for snorkeling and let yourself explore the underwater world of fish and marine life. Then, find yourself at Turtle Cay, a small untouched and uninhabited cay where local turtles and other wildlife thrive. Walk the stunning turquoise beach, where kids of all ages can play, run, and enjoy family fun. Take some time to enjoy some snacks, snorkel, and bask in the sun. Afterward, get excited for swimming with the pigs on Rose Island. Feel like a kid again as you splash and snort with these little animals and love experiencing something truly unique to this part of the world. Eat some lunch and sit back and relax before taking the scenic route back to your pickup point.
IncludesSpeedboat trip Captain Snorkeling equipment Visit to Pearl Island Visit to Green Cay Visit to Rose Island Swimming with pigs Bottled water Complimentary rum punch Light snacks Turtle viewing
- You will sign a waiver before boarding the boat
- Food and drinks are not included in the price, but cold water is provided,
- Food and drink options at the resort are available for an additional cost
- People who are bleeding or who have open wounds, including menstruation, are prohibited from snorkling or water activities for safety reasons