Legend tells that a Creque family fisherman once found a chest of gold doubloons in a cave off Norman Island as he sought shelter from a storm. Though all the treasure appears to be gone, now Treasure Point Caves are a popular spot for snorkeling.
The caves are not particularly big or deep. You can stand up with your head above water here, and you're able to see natural light from the back of the caves.
Treasure Point Caves are known as a popular snorkeling spot because they are easy for novice snorkelers to manage and offer a beautiful underwater view.
Located on the western section of Norman Island, near downtown Road Town, Treasure Point Caves welcomes residents and travelers who are rooming on this part of the island. Whether or not you are staying in the vicinity, you are free to stop by to enjoy a great time. In case you're wondering, Road Town is to the north.
If you've worked up an appetite exploring the cave, you're in luck, as you'll discover an exceptionally large selection of local restaurants in this area. Deadman's Beach Bar & Grill and Tradewinds Restaurant so with any luck, at least one of these nearby choices will humor the whole entire gang., which has a menu full of Caribbean food, is very close-by, making it a great option for cave visitors. The eatery is a short ways off, but removed enough that you might decide to make advance plans for having some mode of transport to travel there. Also close-by, you and your party will encounter eateries including
There are some other activities nearby, including Dead Chest National Park, which is within driving distance on Dead Chest Island. Furthermore, you can consider visiting The Dungeon, which is another nearby attraction.
If a visit to the Treasure Point Caves isn't enough to keep you busy all afternoon, the most nearby attractions are in the following table.
|Dead Chest National Park||--||5.3 mi. (8.4 km)||NE||Dead Chest Island||Dead Chest Island|
|The Dungeon||Historic Site||5.5 mi. (4.5 km)||N||Havers||Tortola|
|Thornton Plantation||Historic Site||5.8 mi. (3.6 km)||N||2.2 mi. South West of Road Town||Tortola|
|Fort Recovery||Historic Site||5.9 mi. (7.4 km)||NW||Recovery||Tortola|
There are no official operating hours for Treasure Point Caves, but you should stick to visiting between sun up and sun down.
There is no cost to visit Treasure Point Caves, though most tourists visit with a tour guide that may cost them.
Off Norman Island, Norman Island, British Virgin Islands
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