How much does it cost to snorkel in Atlantis Bahamas?
Snorkel the Ruins of Atlantis ($79/$99) This thrilling 60 minute program includes an amazing 30 minute snorkeling adventure amid the sunken ruins and artifacts of the lost city of Atlantis.
Where is the best place to snorkel in the Bahamas?
Where to Go Snorkeling in the Bahamas
- 01 of 07. Deadman’s Reef, Grand Bahama. Pola Damonte / Getty Images.
- 02 of 07. Bimini Road, Bimini.
- 03 of 07. Shark Reef, Long Island.
- 04 of 07. Rose Island Reefs, New Providence.
- 05 of 07. Mermaid Reef, Abaco Island.
- 06 of 07. Snorkel Beach, New Providence.
- 07 of 07. Devil’s Backbone, Eleuthera.
Can you snorkel at Atlantis?
Resort guests can dive in and snorkel amid the sunken artifacts of the lost city of Atlantis in the protective, enclosed environment of the Ruins Lagoon, in the seven-acre Paradise Lagoon, or in the crystalline Caribbean waters off of Cove Beach.
Which island in the Bahamas has the best snorkeling?
1. Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park. It’ll be hard to find a better spot for snorkeling in The Bahamas than the Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park. It is a top choice for visitors to the islands wishing to have an all-embracing snorkeling experience, which also includes other side attractions in a park spanning over 22 miles.
Is snorkeling free at Atlantis?
The protected beach contains free-flowing saltwater from the Atlantic and is bordered by two stretches of powder-soft sand. Rent snorkeling equipment from the dive shack or save money by bringing your own gear. Access to the beach is free for hotel guests.
Is the waterpark included at Atlantis?
As our guest, you have full access to all Atlantis water park features at no additional cost. Included are 11 swimming areas, 11 water slides, two Lazy River Rides, our protected Paradise Lagoon, The Dig, the Predator’s Lagoon, all of our marine life habitats, and the ocean beach area.
Are there sharks in Atlantis Bahamas?
Celebrate Sharks. Atlantis is home to over 100 sharks. The marine habitat at Atlantis, Paradise Island had the first-ever Caribbean Reef shark and the first-ever Black Nose shark born in a man-made environment. Additionally, three blacknose shark pups were born at Atlantis recently.