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Half Day Cruise from Providenciales with Snorkeling and Beach Picnic

  • Combine a Turks and Caicos cruise with a snorkeling tour
  • Snorkel in the one of the world’s largest barrier reefs
  • Hunt for and prepare conch with the first mate
Half Day Cruise from Providenciales with Snorkeling and Beach Picnic
From US$110.88
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9:00am DepartureMost Popular
This trip embarks at 9am and returns at 1pm
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1:30pm Departure
This trip embarks at 1:30pm and returns at 5:30pm
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An island-hopping tour mixed with a snorkeling excursion in one of the world’s largest reef systems—plus a beachfront picnic on an uninhabited island—make this cruise a must-do while in Turks and Caicos. Along with lunch, this guided tour offers unlimited rum punch, local beer, soda, and water, as well as snorkeling equipment and hotel pickup and drop-off for your convenience.
What to Expect
Begin your snorkel and conch cruise with pickup from your hotel prior to your selected morning or afternoon departure time. Head to the pier and set sail along Grace Bay Beach, an internationally acclaimed stretch of shore along Providenciales, en route to the Turks and Caicos Barrier Reef. Snap on your snorkel gear for a swim in one of the world’s largest reef systems.

After snorkeling, continue southward. Learn how to hunt and prepare conch from the first mate, and then stop for lunch on one of the uninhabited cays such as Little Water Cay, Half Moon Bay, or Fort George Cay. Lunch typically includes freshly prepared conch salad, gourmet sandwiches, and your choice of alcoholic or non-alcoholic beverages.

This cruise concludes with hotel drop-off by boat for beachfront hotels or shuttle for inland hotels.
Reviews (182)
1 - 5 of 132 reviews
Reviewed 1 week ago
Outstanding Customer Service

This was the second snorkel trip my kids had been on, but the first they actually felt comfortable enough to get in the water on. Staff was great, the stops were OK, Iguana Island was a bit of a let down, just not much to...More

1  Thank Road33365208917
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Half day conch snorkel trip

We had a fantastic time on the half-day conch and snorkel trip. The two staff members—Shane and Gino—were outstanding and made the trip great. They were fun, funny, and great to hang out with. They made the trip better—ask to be on their boat. We...More

1  Thank Keith R
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Great crew

This snorkel trip was a great way to spend a few hours. The trip to "iguana island" was fun. However there is no "beach picnic" unless you count eating a piece of fresh conch on shore. Sandwiches, chips and a really good conch salad were...More

3  Thank low-maintenance-57
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Caicos Dreams made our trip!!

I had read some great reviews about Caicos Dreams & after e-mailing Cameron I definitely thought this was the company to go with. Cameron answered all of my questions, and I had a lot since we had never been there before. He answered back quick,...More

Thank macalister2018
Reviewed 7 October 2018
Such a great experience!!

I went with my family on this trip and it was amazing. The tour guides had such high energy and really interacted with everyone! The snorkeling trip was great and the tour guide really showed us a lot. The conch ceviche was great and a...More

Thank Alexis K
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Lycia M
15 September 2018|
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Response from M0mmaPam | Reviewed this property |
We were experiencing rain and bad weather. We went around to the NE? Side of the island. Some of us stayed behind while the boat went to an island to find the conch for our ceviche. Not sure what island it was.
15 July 2018|
Response from MN-Park-Ranger | Reviewed this property |
I'm guessing it varies a little bit; but for our trip they took us to the reefs off of the Leeward Beach which are less than a mile from shore. We could still see land, and they kept us inside the breakwaters along the reef... More