Sail the Lambada catamaran to this destination that is all about relaxation. Palm trees bask in the sun, sugar birds dart through the restaurant and besides the three reefs for snorkeling, a walk around the island reveals great bird life.
What to Expect
Prickly Pear - Tuesdays and Thursdays
This little Cay is pure paradise, lying a short distance off the coast of Anguilla. Completely deserted excepting for the two little restaurants that provide lunch to visitors, nobody lives on Prickly Pear and restaurant staff travel over each day to be of service.
This destination is all about relaxation. Palm trees bask in the sun, sugar birds dart through the restaurant and besides the three reefs for snorkeling, a walk around the island reveals great bird life.
Simply gorgeous, Prickly Pear is a great choice for families with kids as the boat anchors for the day in one spot, with a nice long beach and shallow waters close in. Lunch is also a choice of BBQ chicken, fish or ribs and the day is spent languidly snorkeling, swimming or sunbathing. The call to leave comes all too soon.
- Snorkel gear
What's Not Included
- Port fee USD 15 per person
- Beach gear
- Extra drinks on shore
Know Before You Go
Guests should snorkel with a buddy as snorkelling and swimming is at your own risk. Dinghy transport to shore is provided. Guests must be physically able.
9am departure from Simpson Bay
1 1/2 hour sail to Prickly Pear Cay
Snorkelling and swimming at the reefs or sunbathing
Lunch (included)at 12.30pm
Boat departs Prickly Pear approx 2.30pm
Arrive back at Pelican Marina 4.30pm