North of Grand Case off Saint-Martin, the snorkeling at Creole Rock offers marine diversity among healthy coral. This boat-accessed snorkeling spot is located within a marine reserve to the north of Grand Case Bay. There are several mooring buoys marking the spot. The water depth ranges from surface to 30 feet deep. During Creole Rock snorkeling, you may encounter octopus, eagle rays, barracuda, and dolphins among the coral reef covered with sea fans and fire coral.
To reach the snorkeling on Saint-Martin by air, fly into Princess Juliana International Airport (SXM). Note, there is a $30USD departure tax collected at the airport. Head on over to the marine at Grand Case Bay where you can find a charter snorkeling tour heading out to Creole Rock.
In addition, there is a ferry called Great Bay Ferry that interconnects St. Martin with St Barts.
Overall, Creole Rock is the 2nd most popular snorkel dive spot of all 4 snorkeling dives in Saint-Martin.