Land and Sea Catamaran Cruise
Duration: Full Day
This is the perfect combination of lush wild isolated landscapes and beautiful stretches of pure azure waters. Get the best of both worlds in this incredible full day adventure where you´ll be swimming in crystal waters and frolicking around in a deserted island paradise!
The tour gets started just as you are invited to hop aboard our fabulous catamaran and get ready for the cruise of a lifetime! We will be sailing away across the west coast of Antigua as we make our way towards Green Island which will be our final destination. Green Island is a spectacular uninhabited island home to many natural wonders and a rich tropical ecosystem. It is also the largest in this famous park of Antiguan islands known as the North Sound National Park. On our way there we will pass through other of the Park’s islands and as we go along our Captain will offer you information about the surrounding islands of Prickly Pear, Long Island, Devil’s Bridge and many other interesting sites and beautiful landmarks. Just admiring the pure and unspoiled beauty of this unique park will be one of the highlights of your tour.
Once at Green Island you’ll be embarking on an amazing aquatic adventure as you submerge into these clear shallow waters for a wonderful snorkeling experience. Prepare to enjoy an amazing colourful display of varied marine life and indulge in this one-in-a-lifetime experience on this beautiful deserted island teaming with unspoilt wildlife. You might even get lucky enough to spot the beautiful Hawksbill turtle that famously lives around these isolated islands.
Enjoy some gentle swimming, embark on a marine exploration journey of your own or just chill down and relax on the beach shore. Work on your tan or discover the rich life of these waters, or do both! This will be your own island for a day! So make sure to make the most of it!
We will then proceed to offer you a delicious feast of tasty Caribbean cuisine prepared by the locals. You’ll be having lunch in a breathtaking natural setting as you enjoy the most amazing views that surround you. And after your appetite has been fully satisfied we take you to the last adventure of the day.
For the tour’s grand finale we will continue our sailing cruise along Grenada’s turquoise waters, only this time we are headed down towards Antigua’s south-eastern coastline for a fabulous scenic tour of the spectacular Nelson’s Dockyard. Once there you will be met by an experienced and friendly tour guide that will take you on a fantastic tour of the home and military station of the famous British military officer this place is named after; Lord Nelson.
After this enlightening historical tour of one of Antigua’s most famous landmarks you will be cruised back to your hotel or sent back in a taxi. Take in the last beautiful sights of Antigua on your journey back. The perfect way to end the day’s exhilarating and enriching activities!
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