Splish and splash with the affectionate dolphins in the island’s Dolphin Quest at the Royal Naval Dockyard. Dolphin Quest splashes up a variety of incredible interactive family-friendly activities; from feeding to deep-water swimming, surrounded by historic fort walls.
Lay eyes on the island’s striking reefs and underwater systems as you surf the waters on a glass-bottom boat tour. Visitors eagerly soak in the vibrant saltwater marine life, expansive views, and tidbits in this uniquely entertaining boat tour.
Behold the wondrous pod of humpback whales cruising Bermuda’s aquamarine waters every March and April. Whale watchers gain spectacular views of the friendly 40-ton creatures during their summer migration at Whale Bay Port while fancying the beach’s nearby grassy picnic area.
Lounge and luxuriate under clear skies and shady trees at Rum Point beach! Furnished with dazzling clear waters, white sand, and relaxing hammocks, Rum Point beach sways visitors with its classic island feel on the alluring northern side of Grand Cayman.
Plunge deep into adventure witnessing the islands’ most idyllic snorkeling sites and waters. Heralded as the top snorkeling destination of the Caribbean, the Cayman Islands invites visitors to dive into its 365 marked snorkeling sites and eyewitness its historical shipwrecks, shallow reefs, and more!
Splash around with the loveable stingrays of Grand Cayman is Stingray City. Growing up to 5 ft in width, this shallow sandbar houses a fluctuating fifty stingrays in three feet of crystal clear waters, perfect for family fun.
Plummet into the island’s clear coastal waters off an exhilarating 20 ft cliff in Playa Abou. Well-liked by locals and tourists alike, Grote Knip offers family-friendly cliff jumping for all adventurers.
Go swimming with the trained and mesmerizing bottlenose dolphins in Curaçao’s Dolphin Academy. Visitors capture an educational and immersive sea
experience, wading or diving with dolphins in spacious enclosures or out at sea; one of
three facilities in the world to do so.
Snorkel with the island’s graceful and enchanting sea turtles in Playa Grandi. This fishing village in Curaçao continues to invite the bale of turtles with its discarded fish and octopus scraps, crafting an idyllic snorkeling site for the turtle enthusiast.
Snorkel the bubbling waters of Champagne Reef and witness the remarkably colorful underwater landscape the island surrenders. This well-liked snorkeling site gains its name from the fizzy bubbles of water caused by underwater geothermal activity.
Be steeped in the emerald green pool circled by lush forestry in the heart of Dominica. Emerald Pool is at the base of a 40 ft plunge of clear mountain water offering swimmers a relaxing retreat in the flickering bright green waters
Capture the largest toothed mammal in the world in its natural habitat tucked away in the serene Caribbean Sea. Dominica is a habitat for the Sperm Whale housing deep underwater drop-offs optimal for feeding and breeding where snorkelers and whale watchers gain a glimpse of the magnificent
70 ft creature.
Contemporary art meets the ocean. First of its kind in the world, go under and snorkel through the island’s impressive underwater
sculpture park off the west coast of Grenada. Visitors traverse the protected waters gaining an up-close look at the incredible anchored life-sized human sculptures slowly being claimed by nature.
Embrace adrenaline and adventure as you enjoy a scenic tube ride down Grenada’s Great River. Nestled in the tropical forest, the Balthazar River provides for an exhilarating watercourse surrounded by lush vegetation making an enchanting tube river-ride.
Submerge yourself in the island’s world-famous four-day regatta in Port Louis Marina. Held at the end of January annually, Grenada’s Sailing Festival is a grand showcase of island community and competition wrapped in colourful boats and exciting races.
Roister freely in Guyana’s oldest and annual Easter Regatta celebrated in Bartica every Easter weekend. Spectators soak in the excitement of the street jams, concerts, beauty pageants, and more, culminating with the electrifying power-boat racing on the regatta’s final day.
Sail Guyana’s connecting rivers as you absorb the land’s refreshingly lush surrounding vegetation. Travelers enjoy a serene custom canoe trip through prime
forestry, visiting Guyana’s magnificent Rewa, Kwitaro and Rupununi rivers.
Cruise lower Essequibo‘s black still waters in the creeks of Guyana with an awe-evoking kayak ride. Adventurers navigate several alluring kayaking routes offered by Arrowpoint Nature and Baganara Island Resorts.
Walk completely submerged across the island’s seabed with this sensational sea activity. Decked in a waterproof sea helmet, adventurers can marvel at St Lucia’s marine life while enjoying a guided underwater stroll.
Surf St Lucia’s blue coasts as the Atlantic Ocean conveniently blows over idyllic high-wind conditions south-east of the island. Washed ashore, you’ll also find
equipment rental and speedy lessons available.
Slip into something sultry or less in the island’s adult-friendly beach on the French side. Orient Bay surrenders a nude-beach-day with stretching shores of white sand and calming waters, seducing couples or those willing to bear it all. Perfect for an even tan, indulge in the Caribbean’s well-liked clothing-optional beach.
Experience the island’s dramatic coastlines by a fun-filled boat tour piloted by you! Travelers steer the zippy 10 ft inflatable
two-man RHINO watercraft, cruising the calm Simpson bay Lagoon alongside
mega-yacht marinas into the French side capital, Marigot. Soak in the island’s
pristine snorkelling sites with a complimentary drink in hand thanks to Rhino Safari Excursions.
Race the island’s prolific waters slicing through waves in the world’s most elite and sleek yachts in Sint Maarten’s Twelve Metre Regatta. Sailors, aficionados, and visitors seeking a thrill, sail the well-decorated boats of the American Cup whether actively participating as crew or simply relishing the ride of a lifetime.