4-Hour Power Catamaran 3 Stop Group Tour from Providenciales

Prepare for a fun Caribbean adventure on this half-day 3 stop 'Triple Play' tour from Grace Bay, Providenciales. Hop aboard our power catamaran operated by a friendly and professional crew, who attend to your comfort while cruising along the coastline of Grace Bay. Watch for dolphins as you soak up the sun while enjoying rum punch. You’ll set anchor at the Barrier reef for an opportunity to swim and snorkel in the warm waters of the Turks and Caicos before heading for land to explore pristine beaches and the native Rock Iguanas.

Location

Board our vessel for your snorkelling adventure and make yourself comfortable as we set out on one of the most fun adventures available in Turks & Caicos. You will be picked up on Grace Bay Beach and then set Sail along the North Coast of Providenciales, enjoying the views while relaxing on the bow nets and looking out for dolphins and other marine life.
We will head out to the Barrier Reef for our snorkel stop. Follow one of our experienced local guides on one of the most beautiful guided snorkel tours as we snorkel and explore the Leeward Reef, one of the healthiest living reefs in the Atlantic. You will see the usual residents like Snappers, Groupers, Sergeant majors, Trigger fish, Barracuda, Needle fish and sometimes Sharks Rays and Turtles. Leeward Reef is part of the Turks and Caicos Barrier reef network which is the third largest barrier reef system in the world. *In water snorkelling time is usually approx 45 mins
We do not stop at both Little Water Cay and Half Moon Bay. The location chosen is dependent on the weather. Both Islands are home to the native Rock Iguanas but Little Water Cay is where the National Trust operate their guided tours at a cost of $10 cash per person. At Half Moon Bay our guides will take you ashore and take you on a nature tour, a guided walking tour of this natural sandbar. This area which is home to a large family of Native Rock Iguanas, is surrounded by a series of sandbars resulting in a shallow lagoon area at the back. Our guides will take you for a walk along the lagoon, explain to you how the sandbar was formed and give you a bit more information about the area, history of the islands etc. During this part of the nature walk guides will point out baby turtles, baby sharks, bonefish, barracuda, mojarra and sometimes rays and flamingoes.  Alternatively you can simply relax on the beach or swim in the shallows.
After the Iguana Island tour we journey a bit further east and cruise along the North coast Cays and a stop at a beautiful beach on one of the Cays to relax, swim, chill, hunt for shells and Sand Dollars or just roll around in the waves on the sand bars.
Lunch of deli sandwiches and fresh fruits is served onboard as we set sail back to Grace Bay. Drinks including rum punch, local beers, soft drinks and bottled water are included. You will be dropped off at the same location as you boarded.