Enjoy a 45 minute Snorkeling adventure exploring the natural beauty of Escambron Marine Park in San Juan. Take a short walk to a beautiful beach internationally recognized by the “Blue Flag” eco-labeled program as one of the best kept beaches in the world. Don your snorkel gear and follow your guide to see schools of vivid tropical fish swim in this urban reef. Get to see the sunken statues and columns of "Atlantis City" and the historic "Fish Wall" in the protected bay. Great staff, facilities and an educational walking tour in a historic park location await for you in this unique aquatic experience.
• Snorkel Escambron Marine Park: Explore a protected bay with an abundance of marine life, safe from large waves and currents.
• Tropical Marine Life: Schools of Blue tangs, damselfish, yellowtail snapper and the occasional squid, green and hawksbill turtles.
What to Bring:
• SeaPass card and photo identification
• Cash/credit cards
• Swimsuit Towel (from ship)
• Insect repellent
What to Wear:
• Hat and sunglasses
• Lightweight clothing
• Comfortable shoes
• Guests must consider their physical fitness level and medical history when determining whether this tour is appropriate.
• Guests with cardiac conditions, asthma, diabetes, epilepsy, pre-existing neck, back, knee or shoulder injuries, other heart or respiratory conditions or any other medical condition must take particular caution when selecting a tour with snorkeling/swimming elements, since such water activities could be subject to adverse sea conditions such as high winds, waves and sea current
• Guests who have concerns must consult with their personal physician before engaging in any activity that may be strenuous for them, particularly those involving snorkeling/swimming elements.
• Mask, snorkel, fins and inflatable vest are provided.
• Escambrón Marine Park is an urban reef located in the center of San Juan; it typically has visibility ranging between 5' to 20'. It is important to be clear on this to assure the site conditions meet guest’s expectations. The diversity and abundance of marine life make up for this condition.