Nice place to see turtles grazing on the sea grass. Not much relief on the northwest side when snorkeling.
Find a snorkeling tour and come here! It is so beautiful both on and off the beach. The sand is soft and pink, the water is sparkling clear blue, just amazing! No bathroom or restaurant facilities here. Also, know that you are likely to run into some nudists here, but they keep to themselves and don't bother anyone.
It was great to see the beach and also to see the none anchor points that made the island an attractive area. There were quite a few turtles in this area.
Was a fun day for the whole family. We saw 5/6 turtles while snorkeling. Went back on a dive the island and heard whales singing. The little tugboat wreck was also nice.
plenty of room to spread out, you can walk the island and explore if you wish. Tintamarre has a colorful history, check it out on Wiki if you want.
This was a great stop through Captain Alan's tour...swam with sea turtles and relaxed on the beach. Don't need much time here, but it is a great stop on a tour.
took a boat to this island to snorkel with the turtles and boy were we treated to a show under water. so much to see and the island has good hikes but wear shoes as someone in our party found out.
With so much idyllic Caribbean beach landscape being over-developed, we feel almost traitorous recommending Tintamarre. We loved snorkeling with the turtles feeding on the seagrass. It should always be preserved - and please, if you go, treat it as a special, natural place. The world needs Tintamarre much more than another Tiki-themed beach bar blaring out "Buffalo Soldiers".
We went on a private catamaran ride to the island. We had hoped to swim with the turtles, however the water was not clear enough to see them underwater the particular day we went. We did get to see a lot of turtles from the deck of the boat. The island is very beautiful and the day we went there... More
We went with Captain Alans tours to Tintamarre Island. We were able to get some pictures of the turtles feeding on the sea grass and then going up for air. We spent some time sitting on the sand before heading on to the next site.
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