Saint Martin’s Island Tourist Activities:
- Swimming, Snorkelling and Scuba Diving
- Exploring the rich marine life at the island
- Observe the lives of the fishermen and fishing activities on the island
- Relax by the beach with a sweet coconut
Saint Martin’s island is rich in marine life. However, the southern tip of the island hosts more species and at some places also has some mangrove forests. Several endangered species of turtles nest on the island and many marine fish species dwells in the surrounding water. The fish population includes some newly discovered species as well.
Saint Martin’s island is abundant in corals and some is exclusive to the island itself. The surrounding coral reef of the island has an extension named Chera Dweep. Tourists often travel to this island to go for a scuba dive or snorkeling in the Bay of Bengal.
The nights at Saint Martin Island are calm and quiet with gentle murmurs of the coconut trees swaying with the winds coming from the bay. The moonlit night on the island provides an unearthly peaceful and majestic experience.
Last but not least, eateries here offers BBQ dinner with fresh marine fish or lobsters.