Monkey Point is located in the south of Guana Island and it has a magical, white sand beach where you can unwind after exploring the aquarium like waters. Nice walls and smaller rocky formations make the dive very captivating; they are also home to smaller fish and invertebrates that decided to hide here.
Explore the small caves, try to identify as many fish species as possible as this site is full of colorful fish. Bluestriped grunts and yellowtail snappers, yellow jacks, cuttlefish and friendly turtles will surround you in these blue waters; some of the fish are so used to visitors that they will let you touch them.
Monkey Point is a very photogenic site, from its colorful coral to the energetic exotic fish. Follow a turtle and record her swimming or immortalize the huge schools of yellow jacks.
Go for a dive and then relax in the sun and sand before leaving Guana Island and embarking in another British Virgin Island adventure.
Photos by Armando Jenik