While we only snorkeled a small section (south-west section), it was a great experience. The water reached a depth of around 40 feet where we were, but was shallow enough to reach the bottom. We saw Grouper, Barracuda, sea fans, etc. I really regret that we didn't take our camera on this one, because it was beautiful. The water was... 更多
No need to book snorkling tour if you are staying near here. We stayed at Windsong and took the free bikes 15 minutes to this reef and snorkled for hours. Reef is huge with lots to see. We saw an octopus, stingray, sea turtles, baracuda and lots of other great fish. Highly recommend.
I was pretty impressed by this place that has some good snorkeling. I came over here twice just to see some pretty fish and some good reef it was not the best but better then nothing. I can say that this is the best for it being free and also not crowded at all and has some good views.
This less crowded reef is right off the beach so you can access it without a boat trip. It is a bit hard to find. One time we started on the east side where the reef is quite close to the sand. This would be a good place to help a child snorkel but it was too choppy on our... 更多
this is a less popular reef than Bight's Reef, and the Reef is just as amazing as the Bight Reef. Lots of fish and fresh coral, as well as old healthy coral. Good place for snorkeling.
Beautiful reef! You have to swim out a bit in order to see the big nice Reef. Beware of Barracudas and sharks but they usually leave you alone... Highly recommend!
If you are staying in the resort area of Grace Bay you will have to drive or take a taxi to the Turtle Cove area to access Smith's Reef. We took a taxi and it was $40 round trip for two people. Once you arrive at Smith's reef you will need to walk along the beach until you see the... 更多
My husband and I are staying at Sea Edge Villas and have been exploring the reef each day. Yesterday I attempted to go out in the morning but had difficulty because of the bigger waves. It was nice that there is part of the reef by the shore that I was able to explore. Later in the day we went... 更多
We visited Smith's Reef on a cloudy, rainy day. That affected visibility, but we still had a great time. There are three access points: one just off lower bight road, and two off Coconut Rd/Smith's Reef Rd (The same road, but it is called Smith's Reef Rd to the right and Coconut Rd to the left), one on either end.... 更多
My husband and I have been snorkeling all over the Caribbean, however, this was definitely one of the healthier reefs we've seen. So much so we went three times. In comparison to bight reef, Smith's Reef sees MUCH less foot traffic. I'm guessing this is because it is slightly off the beaten path and you'd have to be fairly dedicated... 更多