Norman Island British Virgin Islands Cruise
Snorkeling Tours in Crystal Clear Blue Waters
The Caribbean is known for its clear waters and beautiful beaches. The snorkeling here is amazing, and Norman Island has two such spots.
The Indians are pinnacle rock formations jutting out of 60 feet deep water. Exposed to the currents, a constant source of food nourishes the coral and sea life making this one of the best snorkel destinations in the BVI.
The Caves are the legendary resting place of buried treasure that was the inspiration for the book Treasure Island. Three caves await to be explored teeming with marine life and mystery.Three caves await to be explored teeming with marine life and mystery.
For food and drink, Pirates Bight is the newest beach bar and restaurant that has dock access making it a great spot for those who want to stay dry and still experience island fun. If you want to really let your hair down, Willy-T’s is a popular floating bar and restaurant that is only accessible by boat.
You will need your passport and go through customs to visit Norman Island since it is in British territory. We go through customs on a regular basis so contact us if you have any questions.