Tranquility Turtle & Shipwreck Snorkel Cruise
Our Turtle and Shipwreck Cruise is 1 hour and 10 minutes long. The cruise departs from Carlisle Bay. Carlisle Bay al crescent-shaped bay located on the South West Coast of the island and is considered by many to be one of the most beautiful beaches. in the world. On most days Carlisle Bay boasts calm turquoise waters with no undertow, delicately lapping on the soft white sand. This bay draws both locals and tourists alike with its breath-taking beauty above water, but also its’ thriving marine park that is enjoyed by scuba divers and snorkelers alike. Under the surface of the sea Carlisle Bay comes alive with vibrant tropical fish in abundance, sea horses, sea turtles, octopus, rays, and much more! This unique array of marine life is due in part to the six different ship wrecks in the water as shallow as 12ft. The wrecks are obviously another important contributor to the popularity of Carlisle Bay. For those seeking an adventure, you will not be disappointed with the sight of these sunken treasures.
Please note that the sea life seen from day to day varies.
The boat cruise is 1 hour and 30 minutes, it includes snorkelling at 1 shipwreck and visiting the feeding area where swim with the turtles.
There is no guarantee on the number of turtles you will see, on some days it may be 11 on some it may just be one.
On very rare occasions turtles are not seen at all.
Turtle & Shipwreck Cruise
1 hour 30 min
Transportation not included
US$28 per person BDD $56
Transport within 10KM
US$50 per person BDD$100
Available on: Monday, Wednesday, Friday,Saturday & Sunday.
Length: 1hr 10min cruise beach time varies
Departs: 8:45am, 10:45am, 11:45am 1:00pm & 3:00pm Returns: 4-5 hours
What to Bring
Your Tour Pass
Boat cruise to swim with the turtles and snorkel at a shipwreck
Please note the boat is boarded from the beach and not a dock
Transport is included only for those who book packages including it
Not suitable for
Persons with knee problems
Persons with back problems
Persons with difficulty walking