This spit has great fish and small reefs. The Parrott fish are brilliantly colorful. And there are many other species here. There can be a strong undertow if it is choppy.
There are ALOT of stairs and a hill to get to them. You have to be able to walk a bit but it Is worth it especially in the summer!!! To Snorkel it (with your back to the cliffs) Start by going along the rocks on the left to the end then around the bend just a little. Then go... 更多
We stayed at a nearby hotel, Fairmont Southampton, and took the bus from our hotel to Church Bay beach. It was a quick 15 minute ride. The church is secluded below, down some wooden steps, amongst large volcanic rocks, cacti, shrubs, and a small shoreline. The purpose of visiting this beach is surely for snorkeling and exploring the rocks and... 更多
This beach is not that big but still a nice beach, the path down from the road and the steps down to it are not to long or steep. The beach has rock at the back of it , it slopes away fairly steep into the water, there is also a lot of rocks just in and around the shallow... 更多
This beach has the best snorkeling on the south shore beaches. It is also small and popular so it fills up with a lot of people for it's size. There is a stinky port-o-let type of bathroom available as well.
Church Bay was a hidden gem. It is a little cove with gentle waves and sparkling clear waters. The rocks close to shore provide a nice substrate for algae to grow and attract Sergeant Major and Parrot fish. It was a wonderful place to see the sea life up close without having to be an expert swimmer, although you can... 更多