Snorkeling & Scuba Diving
You can swim, boat, paddleboard or kayak to some of the finest snorkeling and diving anywhere in the BVI on Guana. With three very distinct reef areas, the island offers amazing underwater experiences for everyone, from beginning snorkelers to hardcore, world-class divers.
White Bay’s parallel patch reefs are home to over 125 varieties of tropical reef fishes. And Muskmelon Bay’s Crab Cove is the perfect place to swim with large, oceanic fishes like tuna and king mackerel. Snorkelers in the know will tell you not to miss a trip to Monkey Point on Guana’s southerly tip, where the snorkeling is legendary.
For experienced divers, Guana’s windward, rough-water North Bay has excellent deep reefs and wrecks that are best approached by boat. Just ask and we’ll be happy to arrange the dive for you.
Take to the sea and explore the BVI on half- or full-day cruises. For larger groups you can charter the Sovereign, a 68’ Sunseeker with room for up to 21 kindred spirits. For a smaller group, set sail with the Stella, a 32’ Intrepid that’s capable of speeds up to 36 knots. Explore the caves on our sister island—Norman Island—and make sure to take a swim at Pirate’s Bight before heading back to Guana. If it’s activity you’re after, commission a Whaler for a day of superb fishing and snorkeling.
End your day with cocktails on an enchanting sunset cruise to nowhere in particular—or the scenic destination of your choosing. Chase the sunset long enough and you just may see the elusive green flash.