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We visited this place which is great on the sand but once you get in the water, it was not very clear due to about 5-6 boats all piled up trying to see turtles, they scare the turtles and they go away. Too many people...More
Was able to schedule it an hour before the ride itself, we(family of 3) were the only ones on the boat both ways....
Even provided the beach umbrella and the snorkelling gear at no extra cost...
To reserve it, better to call them...More
I came by here as a result of a tour of the islands in this area. This entire area was great to see from far away and even better up close in person. This island location doesn't have very much to do other than sitting...More
We used this site to visit Tintamarre. Pictures do not do this beach justice. Liron the owner of the boat is from France originally, can speak pretty good English and had a very easy going personality. This is the way it works. You call his...More
Part of the St Martin Nature Reserve, Tintamarre Island was one of the stops on our Billy Bones Snorkel/Beach tour. This flat island located about 3 km (1.8 mi) off the shore of St Martin is uninhabited without any facilities. Its got a white sandy...More
Stopped here on a snorkeling tour with the hope to get a glimpse of some sea turtles. What a treat to snorkel and come across a giant mom with a baby! It was both thrilling and also peaceful to watch, and a highlight of our...More
My ride to Tintamare was not rough at all, but I was on a 51 ft catamaran. Typical ocean currents. The ride to Prickly Pear and Anguilla about the same. But if you go all the way around Anguilla the waters are a bit rough... More
My ride to Tintamare was not rough at all, but I was on a 51 ft catamaran. Typical ocean currents. The ride to Prickly Pear and Anguilla about the same. But if you go all the way around Anguilla the waters are a bit rough on the windward side at times. A lot has to do with the size of your boat and the speed you are traveling. And of course the weather and time of day.