Snorkel or Dive The Indians, near Norman Island, British Virgin Islands (BVI)
The Indian are four unique shaped rocky pinnacles in the British Virgin Islands right next to Norman Island. These easy to spot rocky pinnacles rise about sixty feet above the water surface (see Photo above). This unique rock formation has one of the BVI's best snorkeling and diving with an abundance of coral gardens and many fish.
About half a mile north of Norman Island, this location has a shallow and deep areas that satisfies the novice or expert. When the seas are calm snorkelling is best on the eastern side of The Indians, while the western side features 50ft/15.2m drops with elkhorn and brain coral. The BVI National Parks Trust has placed many moorings at The Indians for your use.
If you look very very very close with much imagination the picture of The Indians sorta looks like feathers in an Indians headdress. This is how the cays got their name. The Indians are great snorkeling for children as compared to the Caves at Norman Islands because some children may find the caves intimidating.
Rocks (THE INDIANS)
18° 19' 60 N
64° 37' 0 W
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