Pricing & Availability

To book please contact stmartin@atlantissubmarines.com

Tour Duration

3 hours

Tour Restrictions

Participants should be in good physical condition
Not recommended for individuals with bad backs and for those who do not swim
Pregnant women may not participate in this tour.
Rhino Rider driver must be at least 18 years of age

Tour Description

Experience on-the-water excitement with these two-man RHINO RIDERS–zippy little 10′ inflatable motorboats, which are yours to command for two and a half hours of fun on the water! At the RHINO Safari Excursion base in the calm waters of Simpson Bay Lagoon, you’ll be welcomed by our enthusiastic and professional staff. Before starting your adventure, our guides provide basic instruction and give you the opportunity to acquaint yourself with your boat. Now it’s time to cast off!

Following a guide, you’ll maneuver safely through anchorages for hundreds of boats, and alongside mega-yacht marinas, before exiting the lagoon into scenic Marigot — the French capital. View historic Fort Louis, which overlooks the bay. You’ll than continue along the picturesque coastline, discovering secluded beaches, before reaching Creole Rock — your final destination. Now it’s your choice, snorkel the reef (we’ll provide the gear!) of the Marine Park or just relax on your boat and soak up the sun. Refreshments are offered to cool off your excitement. Then it’s time for the return trip on your personal water wanderer. As you pilot your boat, notice how the splendid colors of the water change from bay to bay under the beautiful Caribbean sunshine. This tour has won several awards including the prestigious “Best Tour of the Year” awarded by Princess Cruise Lines (three times!)

Additional Info

Life vests are required
All participants must follow guide and safety instructions
Wear swimsuit under comfortable, appropriate clothing
Wear footwear suitable for wet conditions (water socks, Teva-type sandals, tc.
Wear sunblock and sunglasses
Complimentary soft drink, juice or water served on the beach