1. Fantastic Full-Day Snorkeling Trip in Central Abaco, The Bahamas
  2. Fantastic Full-Day Snorkeling Trip in Central Abaco, The Bahamas
  3. Fantastic Full-Day Snorkeling Trip in Central Abaco, The Bahamas

Fantastic Full-Day Snorkeling Trip in Central Abaco, The Bahamas

Enjoy snorkeling on the beautiful reefs of Central Abaco, The Bahamas. Book a Snorkeling Trip for up to 4 person. Rate starts at $600 per day. Rates: • Snorkeling Trip (Full day): $600 (Full boat) • Snorkeling Trip (Full day): $150 per person Included: • All Equipment What You Can Expect: Johnny Cay Reef is great for snorkeling on the outer reef or just offshore of Johnny's. Although local knowledge is always helpful when you're exploring new dive or snorkeling sites, common sense can guide experienced snorkelers to a huge variety of incredible sites in this relatively undiscovered undersea gallery. Sandy Cay Reef Your Captain will be able to provide a tantalizing description of the wall where the reef drops off if you're lucky enough to fit this visit in. The reef is teeming with marine life and is considered one of the best locations in the Abacos to spot the magnificent Eagle Ray! Watch for spotted eagle rays and huge southern stingrays in the sandy patches. Sandy Cay reef is known worldwide for its large concentration of elkhorn coral. The coral is named for the fact that the shape of its branches closely resemble elk antlers. Elkhorn Coral is the fastest growing coral in the ocean and is one of the most important reef building corals in the Caribbean. Sandy Cay reef is home to southern stingrays, spotted eagle rays and reputedly the largest elkhorn stand in the world, as well as an abundance of staghorn. Other species commonly seen here include brain coral, parrot fish, blue chromis, green sea turtles, ocean triggerfish and trumpet fish along with many others. On the seaward side of Sandy Cay. Pelican Park Reef Here at Pelican Park you can view sea turtles swimming around the reef. The beach area is where they come to rest before nesting. An abundance of eagle rays patrol the area, beautiful to watch as they glide through the turquoise waters. Pelican Cay National Park Underwater Preserve is protected by the Bahamian government and offers some of the finest and most colorful shallow water diving in the entire Caribbean. This is not to be missed! The larger of the two Pelican Cays' parks protects an extensive area of shallow reefs and mangroves harboring an array of marine life. Because fishing is strictly controlled, the reefs are abundant with sea turtles and groupers. Pelican Cays Land and Sea Park was established in 1972. This land and sea park consists of four small cays and the water around them totaling 2,100 acres. It includes Channel Rock, Gaulding Cay and the southern portion of Sandy Cay. It lies approximately eight miles north of Cherokee Sound, Abaco. If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.

Captain is included.
A captain is provided by the listing owner to host and operate the trip.
4 guests
Tours, Lessons, and Diving


We are located at Abaco Islands, Bahamas.

Features & Details

  • Life jackets/required safety gear
  • Diving mask
  • Flippers
  • Snorkel

Approximate Location

You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.

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Cancellation Policy

Full refund up to 2 days prior.

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