Brewers Bay Snorkeling

The 5th most popular snorkel dive spot in British Virgin Islands.

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On the north coast of Tortola in the British Virgin Islands, the snorkeling at Brewers Bay is popular for its amazing marine life. There are two snorkeling dive sites off the center of the beach and to the left starting close to shore. You can expect to see sergeant majors, trumpetfish, stingrays and maybe even octopus.

To reach the snorkeling in the British Virgin Islands by air, you will need to fly into either Virgin Gorda Airport (VIJ) or nearby St Thomas Airport (STT) in the US Virgin Islands. Virgin Gorda Airport is served by inter-island flights from San Jose, Puerto Rico (SJU) by Cape Air and Seaborne. St Thomas Airport has flights from mainland US and also from San Jose. There are several regular ferry services connecting St Thomas with Tortola and Virgin Gorda. In addition, there are BVI inter-island ferries interconnecting Virgin Gorda, Tortola, Jost Van Dyke and Anegada. When leaving BVI, there is a $20USD depature tax that must be paid in cash.

Overall, Brewers Bay is the 5th most popular snorkel dive spot of all 27 snorkeling dives in British Virgin Islands.


Local Contact(s):  BVI Tourist Board (284) 494-3134; Dive BVI (284) 495-5513

Recommended Book:  "Snorkeling Virgin Islands" from Lawson Wood

Recommended Map:  "British Virgin Islands Dive Map" from Franko Maps

Best Season:  Jan. - May

Luxury Loding:  Unknown; Scrub Island Resort, BVI (813) 849-4100

Reference Source:  click here

Article Source:   Best Brewers Bay Snorkeling Review

GPS:  18.441283, -64.649895

Date Published:  12/27/2011

Date Updated:  4/2/2017

ID:  23428

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