Norman Island

The Indians are an outcropping of rocks west of Norman Island. They project up into the air almost 50 feet. On one side is a reef teaming with life and exploration. There is a 15 foot tunnel and underwater cavern to explore. On the other side of the outcropping is completely different landscape.

The caves are unique, not only because of the visual experience but also the historical significance. The caves are naturally occurring and go back into Norman Island some ways. Bring an underwater flashlight to explore further and deeper! Also, they are believed to be the inspiration for the caves in Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson.

The Caves

The Indians

Times are approximate

8:30 am – Depart Road Town, Tortola, BVI

9:30 am – Arrive at Norman Island & The Caves

10:30 am – Snorkeling and exploration

12:00 pm – Lunch

1:00 pm – Explore The Indians

4:00 pm – Road Town, Tortola, BVI Drop-Off
Times are adjusted for cruise ship passengers

Pricing:  $125 per person (based upon availability)

Includes: Captain, mate, fuel, open bar, snacks and use of snorkel equipment. Beer, water and soda are standard.

Note: Please bring towels and sunscreen. We respectfully request no spray sunscreen due to safety reasons (slippery decks).

Not Included: Gratuity for the crew is not included but greatly appreciated, 10-20% of day trip cost (not including customs fees) is customary.