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Salt, Peter & Cooper Islands

You’ve been to Jost, had a Painkiller, taken pictures at the “Corona Island”, snorkeled the Caves, and jumped off the Willy T……… NOW WHAT???

Lose the crowds and spend the day exploring some of the more remote islands of the British Virgin Islands.  We’ll first clear customs in West End, Tortola on our way up the Francis Drake Channel towards the less visited Eastern BVI island chain.

There are numerous snorkeling locations on the leeward shorelines of these islands.  You can choose from the Indians (a deep and shallow water pinnacle), “Lion in da’ Sun” Rock (a shallow water point and fringing reef), or the famous Wreck of the Rhone (an 1867 ship that sank off Salt Island, the stern of the wreck lies in 15’-30’ of water where the propeller, shaft, and bridge are all still visible).

Enjoy lunch at the Cooper Island Beach Club or Deadman’s Beach Bar and Grill on Peter Island. Or if you’d like to pack your own lunch, have a picnic on the beach at Salt Island where there’s an abandoned village whose residents used to harvest salt from the still active Salt Pond.

After lunch, you may want to snorkel again, explore Salt Island, tour the resort and spa on Peter Island, indulge in cocktails at the Willy T, or just sight-see through the afternoon. However it plays out, it always up to you!

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Swim & Rinse

We provide snorkel gear and a fresh water rinse-off. Please bring your own towels and sunscreen. 


Documents & Fees

Passports required, plus an additional $50 BVI Customs Fee per person (CASH ONLY). 

Additional Fees may apply on Sundays and Holidays



Full Day Tour: $400/600/750 (includes captains fee)

Accepting cash, check & credit cards.

Gratuities are appreciated for a job well done.

Location & Time

Tours depart at 8:30 a.m. and return at 4:00 p.m. from the Cruz Bay National Park dock.

If another pick-up location is desired, please discuss with your captain.

Food & Drink

We provide bottled drinking water and a cooler full of ice. For food, pack your own picnic or kick back at one of the local beach bars or waterside restaurants — your choice.