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Buck Island Reef (St. Croix)

Buck Island Reef Often referred to as “one of the finest marine gardens in the Caribbean Sea”, Buck Island Reef on St. Croix island is 180-acre Caribbean island encircled by one of the most beautiful, charming coral reef systems in the world. If you’re a snorkeler or scuba diver you can experience Buck island reef up close underwater. Snorkelers and scuba divers can follow a well marked underwater trail and view several coral formation, such as elkhorn, black and brain corals, as well as over 200 different specifies of fish. Scuba divers can take their exploration on step further visiting the reefs numerous underwater labyrinths. And what if you don’t want to get wet? Well, you can still experience Buck island reef up close – above water. Tour boat with glass bottoms can provide you a magnificent view of the gorgeous yellow, green, and purples corals as well as a large variety of fish including the yellow tang, parrotfish, and queen angelfish. Buck Island is also home to a number of endangered species including green sea, leatherback, and hawksbill turtles as well as the brown pelican.

 

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