SNORKELING IN BAT CAVE AND ANSE DUFOUR
Swimming, Drink included
A seaside excursion with the opportunity to do some snorkeling in the crystal clear waters of Bat Cave and near the splendid beach of Anse Dufour, listening to Caribbean music and sipping excellent rum punch.
What we will see
- Fort-de-France Bay
- Snorkeling in Bat Cave
- Anse Dufour Beach
What we will do
- Leaving the port behind us, we set off to explore Fort-de-France Bay, the commercial capital of the Island of Martinique. The city was founded in 1635 with the name of "Cul de Sac Du Fort Royal", a name which it maintained until 1672 when it was renamed "Fort Royal", to be renamed again in 1807 as "Fort de France" by Napoleon Bonaparte. Currently it has a population of 90,000.
- Our tour takes us to the*Bat Cave* where we have the opportunity to swim and do some snorkeling in the splendid Caribbean waters to admire the brightly coloured tropical fish.
- We then proceed to Anse Dufour, one of the most beautiful Caribbean beaches where we will experience the second snorkeling session among coloured fish and corals.
- On the way back to the ship, we listen to Caribbean music as we sip the famous rum punch.
What you need to know
- We recommend that you book early because only a limited number of places are available.
- This excursion does not include a guide.
- This excursion requires that you know how to swim and that you are physically fit.
- Minimum age for snorkelling: 12 years; minors must be accompanied by an adult.
- Mooring will take place as close to the beach as possible, however participants must dive into deep waters which are 1 to 3 metres deep and swim to get there.
- The beach is a public beach; there are no loungers or parasols.
- The excursion may take place in the morning or afternoon. The departure time will be published in the Diario di Bordo the evening before stopping in Martinique.
- The excursion is reserved for guests who do not disembark at Martinique.