Culebra is an 11-square-mile, unspoiled beauty of an island. Its seclusion and spectacular miles and miles of stunning beaches make it perfect for snorkeling and diving. Choose your activity!
Fajardo Snorkeling and Scuba Adventure
Snorkeling & Scuba Diving in Fajardo, Puerto Rico
Meeting point: Isleta Marina Ferry
Minimum age: 8 years old
Note: Must be at least 3 years old to be on the boat
- Per Snorkeler
- Per Tank Scuba Diver
Dive the Finest Reefs in Fajardo
Scuba diving and snorkeling sites in Puerto Rico are just a short boat trip from Fajardo, and we take you there aboard one of our two 46-foot Newton Custom Boats. Our crew knows where to find calm sea conditions, current-free dive sites, and depths between 30 feet and 80 feet so you can enjoy interesting coral reefs and abundant sea life!
We depart from Marina Lanais in Fajardo to our snorkel excursions, and go to either the Keys off Fajardo, or to reefs offshore Culebra Island. Both locations are great for snorkeling. The reefs in Fajardo and Culebra provide the conditions necessary to bring people with different skill levels. Snorkelers will most often find themselves in 15 feet of water.
Reefs are colorful and filled with all kind of marine life like turtles, lobster, blue tangs, stingrays and many more.
Snorkel equipment includes: mask, snorkel, fins, flotation, and vest.
During the morning trip we visit 2 different snorkeling and diving sites.
The reef provides great conditions for snorkeling and scuba diving for certified and non certified divers.
* Morning Excursion check in time is 8:00 AM for snorkelers and returns to the pier about 1:00PM
* Afternoon Trips check in time is 1:00 PM for snorkelers and returns to the pier at about 4:00pm
* What to bring: towel, bathing suit and sunscreen
Our signature Tuxedo Service includes fresh fruit, chips and dips, bottled water, and sodas. Join us for the best diving and snorkeling experience you can find in Fajardo!
Aqua Adventure offers snorkeling at several islands with shallow coral reefs that harbor turtles, stingrays, and spotted eagle rays.