SNUBA DIVING AND RELAXATION ON SOUTH FRIARS BEACH
Nature excursion, Swimming, Entertainment
We explore the colourful seabed of St. Kitts with a thrilling underwater dive without tanks and relax on the golden sandy beach.
What we will see
- Sightseeing tour south
- Frigate Bay, Timothy Hill
- South Friars Beach
- SNUBA diving
- Relaxation on the beach
What we will do
- We leave the port and go on a thrilling sightseeing tour south towards the beach where our adventure will start.
- On the way there, we admire the magnificent houses overlooking Frigate Bay, perfectly manicured gardens of the Royal St. Kitts Golf Club and breathtaking views from Timothy Hill with the roaring Atlantic Ocean on one side and the tranquil Caribbean Sea on the other.
- We reach South Friars Bay, a golden sandy beach with placid waters on the southern part of the isthmus stretching towards Nevis.
- As guests of the prestigious Carambola Beach Club, we meet our guide who illustrates the **SNUBA diving technique, which combines snorkelling and diving. Thanks to a regulator connected to a surface air cylinder, we can swim freely as if we were snorkelling but without the weight of the cylinders on our shoulders.
- After gathering all the safety information, we put on our equipment and dive into the water! We set off to discover the marvellous underwater life and remain charmed by this evocative fascinating environment filled with colours and unexpected shades.
- After the dive, we go back to dry land and have some free time to relax on the beach as we lazily sip a drink or enjoy a local dish, swim in the crystal-clear waters or soak up the sun.
What you need to know
- Minimum age: 8 years.
- Do not forget to bring swimwear, a towel and sun cream.
- This excursion will be conducted in English.
- Guests with mobility problems or those who suffer from fainting and loss of balance are not allowed on this excursion.
- We recommend that you book early because only a limited number of places are available.
- During the visit it is essential to respect the animals and their habitat. Feeding the animals is therefore not allowed.