- Freeport snorkeling tour
- Enjoy a catamaran ride across the turquoise Caribbean Sea
- Snorkel around Peterson Cay National Park
- Spot tropical fish and other Grand Bahama marine life
- Great family activity!
What You Can Expect
Relax on board and enjoy the sea breeze as your captain heads to Peterson Cay National Park, a small island off the coast. When the boat stops, don your mask, snorkel and fins, and hop in the water to swim with the Caribbean marine life. Your guide will point you in the direction of the best spots to see tropical fish, hard and soft corals, and a variety of marine life — maybe even sharks!
When the snorkeling is over, hop back on the boat and rehydrate with a bottle of cold water (and enjoy lunch if you've brought one along) while you return to the beach, where your tour ends.
The tour company was excellent. They were prompt, knowledgeable about the island, very friendly, and brought us to the Peterson Cay National Park for pictures of the protected park, as well as for great snorkeling at the coral reef. This tour is highly recommended for anyone who enjoys snorkeling.
We loved the snorkeling trip. It was very well run. The crew was so friendly and helpful. It was an awesome experience!!
This trip was great. We loved the Cay! We shared the boat trip with divers, so it made us wish we had signed up for diving! The day we went was very clear and very, very hot! Bring extra water, extra sunscreen and a hat if you don't want your forehead to burn!
The Boat captain and Guide were very pleasant and helpful. Honestly though, not much of a reef to dive at and not much to see there.
I have taken other snorkeling trips, so I do have something to compare it with.
The catamaran was actually a pontoon boat. That was my first disappointment.
There was nothing that made the boat ride to Peterson Cay fun.
We made a stop before going to the spot where we could snorkel for no apparent reason.
All this stop did was make our actual time spent in the water at the snorkeling spot shorter.
I was impressed with the site where we did snorkel. There were many fish and I was able to get some good pictures, however, we just stayed at the same location and no one ventured any further from the boat than about 20 feet. All the crew members stayed on the boat so we were on our own. It was the first snorkeling experience for my granddaughters ages 12 and 15. They also took pictures and thought it was exciting. I was disappointed.