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All reviews iguana island small island definitely worth the trip their natural habitat blue haven half moon bay beautiful scenery private beach explore the island sting ray snorkeling trip lemon sharks amazing beach white sand fish iguanas kayak
It was gerat to see the Iguanas besides that, the island is nothing speical. There are plenty of Iguanas to see!!! I would reccomend seeing once, but not each time visiting TCI. I visited with a tours, so I am not sure if there is...More
Many half and full day snorkel tours apparently stop on this small island. It is interesting. Iguanas everywhere. They won't bother you so there's no need to fear if you were to visit with little kids. Walking around the island is also enjoyable.
Really wanted to spend a few hours on this small island, in order to meet the iguanas and also allow some time to walk along to Half Moon Bay, so opted to make our own way there by kayak. You need a calm day and...More
My favorite place hands down. I love animals and seeing all these iguanas all over the place made me super excited to take photos and be able to see them in their natural habitat. Then the other side of the island was the most beautiful...More
We visited here as part of a snorkeling excursion, and it was one of the highlights of the trip. Our boys had fun with the countless iguanas, and we walked through the shallow (knee deep) cay with baby nurse sharks around us. The beaches are...More
The amount of iguanas on this beach is wild. The are pretty cool to look at. the side the boats pull up to is beautiful but as you walk to the other side of the island it is unreal. The Turks truly have the most...More
We made a stop here on our all day snorkeling stop, it was fun to look and find the iguanas that were hiding, we didn't see any huge iguanas just small - medium size. Not very big island nothing to really do except look for...More