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ok, so the Pillars were on my "must do list" in Antigua.
I knew that we could snorkel there, walk or take a boat.
My first recommendation is, if you wish to do it on your own (drive and snorkel) bring your own snorkeling equipment...More
I saw this natural wonder on a three month stay in Antigua. I swam from Galleon beach to the point, the pillars are on the far side not visible from the beach. The pillars emerge into the water so they are difficult to get to....More
I saw this natural wonder when doing another excursion (scooter snorkeling). We snorkeled from Galleon beach to the left point, where the pillars are on the far side not visible from the beach. We did not get to walk along them as we were in...More
We went out from Galleon Beach with our wonderful experienced guide, Bernie from Snorkeling Antigua. We did not go right up to the Pillars but close enough. The water is deeper but very clear so you can see everything including tons of fish, coral and...More
Response from BLDSeattle_WA | Reviewed this property |
While the area is scenic, so are many of the other areas on the island. I don't think that I'd go out of my way to visit.
I was diving in the area, so my focus was under water, and I can tell you it's a fine dive site.