Soon the candy bowls will be emptied and the Halloween masks tucked away. As you prepare for the upcoming holiday season, it may be time pull out a different kind of mask. Before the holidays hit, take the family for a Caribbean snorkeling vacation. With the days getting shorter and the air getting cooler, a little Caribbean sunshine is just the thing to shake-off those chilly autumn blues. Explore intricate underwater reefs, discover amazing sunken ships, swim with playful sea turtles, and discover all the magic of the Caribbean Sea. These spectacular sea-side villas offer amazing snorkeling just beyond their doors.
Located on a small, private beach, Vista is ideal for those who love snorkeling in peace and privacy. A wonderful reef is located just next to the property, providing plenty of opportunity to put on your masks and explore the exquisite underwater world. This three-bedroom villa is perfect for families with teens and adult children, and features a lovely infinity pool as well as sweeping views over the beach, into the clear blue water, and out to St. Martin.
Beachcomber is a beautiful five-bedroom villa located beach-side, only footsteps from gorgeous Mahoe Beach. Perfect for a Caribbean family vacation, Beachcomber features two suites with twin and trundle beds, making it ideal for families traveling with younger children. Pack the snorkel gear and take the path to the white sand beach, or spend long afternoons floating in the free-form swimming pool.
Renowned for having some of the best snorkeling in the world, Turks & Caicos has reefs, sunken ships, and rainbows of fish just beneath the surface of the sea. Villa Palmera is built on a small sloping bluff, allowing visitors spectacular views over the Caribbean water as well as easy access to the snorkeling site below. Comfortable and spacious, this six-bedroom luxury villa is perfect for multiple families traveling together.
Wherever the trade winds take you, feel refreshed and renewed in the clear water and let the golden sunshine soak you in its warmth this autumn in the Caribbean.