THE BRIGHTEST RAYS IN THE CARIBBEAN
Come and enjoy with us this unique experience of touching and feeding a Southern Stingray, together with snorkelling amongst magnificent coral reefs and colorful tropical fish.
Our Southern Rays are with out doubt The Brightest Rays in the Caribbean, very friendly and gentle, making your Stingray City Antigua Snorkel Adventure the highlight of your vacation.
Start your adventure off at our land base in Seatons, where our experienced guides will brief you all about the Southern Rays.
A scenic 5-minute speedboat ride between Antigua’s offshore Islands will whisk you off to a shallow stingray pool with a white sand bottom surrounded by beautiful coral reef.
Once you arrive and your boat has been moored, you'll be escorted to 'Stingray City', where you'll be greeted by the friendliest southern stingrays with the relaxed familiarity of old friends. Whether you choose to stand or swim you’ll have the unique opportunity to touch, feed and play with stingrays during your encounter, all the while learning about these amazing and captivating animals.
After interacting with the Rays there will be time for you to snorkel amongst the coral reefs and tropical fish.
On returning to the land base where you can rinse of under the bright Caribbean sun, in a shower on a coconut tree. Also, enjoy complimentary Rum or fruit Punch, purchase your pictures or anything from our collection of merchandise and just share this unique experience with your fellow guests.
Come, journey with us over to Stingray City where you can make a splash with stingrays and snorkel alongside ‘The Brightest Rays in the Caribbean’, one of nature’s most amazing and captivating creatures. Afterwards, enjoy a refreshing rum or fruit punch and truly take in the sights of our Caribbean paradise.
If you fancy kayaking, snorkeling, beaching and hiking, be sure to check out our Antigua Nature Tour for a fANTastic time!
Enjoy a great excursion and the experience of a lifetime!
Come, enjoy the experience of a lifetime - swim with Stingrays in Antigua. For more information, please visit our website