Norman Island Caves, British Virgin Islands

Geologic Formation · Nature / Park
Head to the crystal clear waters surrounding Norman Island Caves and snorkel to find a rich display of aquatic life. Featuring three water level caves, the naturally formed system teems with vibrantly colored marine life such as parrotfish, sergeant majors, turtles, and sting rays. Enjoy a high level of visibility just outside the caves, or bring a waterproof torch and head deep into the cave to simulate a night diving experience. Book snorkeling tours in advance-- the attraction remains popular both on and off season. Arrange your visit to Norman Island Caves and discover more family-friendly attractions in East End using our East End trip planning site.
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  • The wind was up and the sea was rough. The tour operator was VERY clear that the ride was going to be rough and we would likely not get to snorkel the sea caves. We were offered a full refund if we...  more »
  • We snorkeled here and were blown away by the sea life we saw. Schools of fish in the hundreds that swam very close to us! The sea life in the caves is excellent but be careful. It gets very dark...  more »
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  • Great trip on SV Mimzy
  • Many folks are skipping Norman Island because they won't let the Willy T there. Getting too full of themselves. Sad. Willy T was historical and a major part of the BVIs.

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