Set in the Royal Naval Dockyard near King's Wharf, Snorkel Park Beach is a traveler's playground with a host of water activities available, including swimming, snorkeling. jet skiing, and kayaking in the calm, crystal-clear waters of a placid lagoon.
Pedal boats, float toys, snorkeling gear, and scuba equipment are all available to rent, while a water trampoline is a huge hit with kids and beach cabanas serve as a favorite lounge spot for adults. You can also choose to simply rent equipment and head out on your own, or join an organized excursion. Meanwhile, colonial-era cannons and a ship's anchor sit underwater alongside shallow reefs packed with sea life such as parrotfish, angelfish, and lobster.
Snorkel Park Beach also features an onsite restaurant and beachfront bar, and on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday nights from 10 p.m. to 3 a.m., the park turns into a waterfront nightclub known as Club Aqua.
Snorkel Park Beach is just a short walk from the cruise docks at the Royal Navy Dockyard. The park is open daily, and admission costs $5 ($10 on Sundays due to live entertainment) for those age 12 and up. It is free for kids under 12. Water activity and equipment fees vary.