5 Top Snorkeling Spots in the Southern Caribbean

Incredible tropical fish, colorful coral reefs, and year-round warm waters make the southern Caribbean one of the most desirable places to snorkel in the world. When SeaDream I and SeaDream II drop anchor in Caribbean hideaways, we invite you to enjoy a host of watersports —snorkeling included!—directly from your yacht’s Marina. Should you choose to tender ashore, you’ll find no shortage of incredible beaches, coves, and lagoons in the Grenadines, Tobago, Guadeloupe, and Anguilla, to name a few.  



Îles des Saintes, Guadeloupe

The Guadeloupe archipelago of seven islands—including Basse-Terre, Grande-Terre, Marie-Galante, and Îles des Saintes—offers adventurers some of the best snorkeling opportunities in the Lesser Antilles. From Îles des Saintes, snorkeling at Plage du Pain de Sucre and Plage de Anse Mire are unparalleled, and you can enter the water anywhere from these tiny, secluded beaches.


Mt. Wynne Beach, St. Vincent

A wild black-sand beach located on the Caribbean coast of St. Vincent, Mt. Wynne Beach provides some of the best snorkeling opportunities in the southern Caribbean. The St. Vincent waters are a haven for flourishing reefs rich in marine life, boasting dozens of miles of coral reefs that are home to 400 reef fish species.


Tobago Cays, the Grenadines

Located in the southern Grenadine, the Tobago Cays are an archipelago comprised of five small uninhabited islands: Petit Rameau, Petit Bateau, Baradal, Petit Tobac and Jamesby. Together, these islands are the main attraction at the Tobago Cays Marine Park, a national park and wildlife reserve that offers some of the best snorkeling in the southern Caribbean.

Man-O-War Bay, Tobago

Snorkeling in Tobago is exceptional, the island being home to multiple coral reef ecosystems, including the Buccoo Reef, the Culloden Reef, and the Speyside Reef. Within these reef systems lie untouched coral species, and abundant life that includes turtles, parrotfish, angelfish, lobster, conch, and manta rays. The remains of numerous sunken ships also dot this underwater landscape. 


Shoal Bay Beach, Anguilla

Shoal Bay Beach allows easy access to several outcrops of coral reefs, beaming with varied sea life including colorful reef fish and eagle rays. 

Are you ready to experience the secluded islands, playful yachting harbors, and snorkeling opportunities of the southern Caribbean? SeaDream provides you with an intimate view of these destinations unlike any other boutique travel line. Click here to check availability and reserve your next voyage.  


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