Even more beautiful on a cloud free day... I did not want to leave. You can take a water taxi over and arrange for pick up or take a day tour from Ms Allison and isle of reefs tours...
About Sandy Island
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Going to Sandy Island is quite an adventure! We took a water taxi over to the island which is quite the experience in itself and spent an awesome afternoon snorkelling in the reef just off shore. We saw many different varieties of fish, and plants...More
while I love this island in 2016 the mooring bouy which the park rangers gave to us burst and we hit another boat. after that we vowed to use our anchor safely. in 2017 unfortunately you are unable to use your anchor which I am...More
This little island in the main bay of the island of Carriacou is a perfect beach destination. It was picturesque and quiet. We went with Arawak Divers and all had a great time- kids, snorkelers, scuba divers, and sun worshippers :) Highly recommended.
In Carriacou Paradise Beach is the longest beach on the island and worth a visit. At the far end of the beach is where you can find a boat ride to Sandy Isle off shore. For $40EC one of he local fishermen will take over...More
Sandy Island is a beautiful spot with decent snorkeling. The best spot is on the right of the island as you face it from the water. The challenge I faced was getting into the boat from the beach. It was very high up to climb...More
If you are visiting Carraicou and enjoy snorkelling then this small sandy island is worth the 5 minute boat ride. Nothing on the island but lovely sand and clear blue waters. You can watch the hermit crabs on land or swim and admire the various...More
Lovely beach, very quiet, great for Snorkelling. be careful of where you swim as the north end of the island has a lot of spinney sea urchins which really hurt when trodden on. Stay to the centre of the island.
Cost $15US per person from Paradise Beach from Hard Wood Bar water taxi. The beach was nice and had a picnic table there. Tidal pool to see some fishes but the snorkelling was a little rough the water and didn't see much fish. But we...More
This small, uninhabited island off Carriacou seems to be a popular stopover for sailboats, windjammers, and people looking for good snorkeling. If you go ashore you can explore the whole island in five minutes. There are no amenities of any kind on the island: no...More