We walked down the beach from the Gansevoort to Smith Reef. It was a nice 15-20 minute walk (one-way). We dropped our things along the beach, consulted the one sign we could find, and dove right in. Note: it was free of charge. We swam...更多
We spent the good part of a day hanging out & exploring one area (the biggest of the 3). We parked in the sandy lot at the end of Bridge Road in Turtle Cove (on left at intersection) & walked about 1/4 mile till we...更多
We drove to Smith's Reef from the other end of the island to check out the snorkeling. I love to snorkel and have done it in many places, but I'm a lazy snorkeler - I want to see a lot of marine life without swimming...更多
Unfortunately, Smith's reef is dying. I was there 5 years ago and it was beautiful. This past July it was sadly in very poor shape. Most of the coral was dead or dying. Consequently, less fish, nothing interesting, and depressing to see.
Take a private...更多
I won't repeat what so many others have said other than try to plan your route around Smith's reef before entering. You'll have a much better experience. I am not a strong swimmer but could still mange here, although I'd recommend a vest or other...更多
One of our main criteria for picking an island destination is snorkeling. TCI has been on our list for a while and we were excited by the two reefs advertised, Bight and Smith. We walked to Bight from our hotel the first afternoon (I know...更多
This was by far the best snorkelling from the shore that i saw in TCI. You definitely have to swim around to find the reefs. I found at least 3 different reefs. If you swim out from the wooden deck/platform you will find one and...更多