Rhino Safari Excursion

Sign up and join in on this exciting tour as you are given control of your own two-person watercraft for yourself and a guest. You will captain this personal ship as part of a tour around the island that will have you swimming, snorkeling, and exploring the natural side of Saint Martin.


On the boat, you travel from the lagoon and along the coast of the French side of the island, passing numerous beaches, bays and fishing villages. You'll then arrive at Creole Rock where you will spend some time snorkeling ad enjoying a complimentary drink, before turning back to base.

What to Expect

There are 45 different watercrafts in the fleet consisting of Rhino Riders and Scoobi-Rays. The Rhino Rider is a 10 foot inflatable boat with a 25 HP outboard engine that seats two. The Scoobi-Rays are 12 foot inflatable boats powered by 30 HP outboard engines that can seat up to three.

Hours and Policies

Tours leave at 8:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m., and 2:15 p.m. every day, and Rhino Safari asks that guests check in 20 minutes prior to departure. The trip lasts about two and a half hours.

Drivers must be over the age of 18, though anyone over the age of five can ride. This trip is not recommended for women who are pregnant or persons with back problems.

Location and Contact Information

Rhino Safari Excursion can be found in Cole Bay, a village near Marigot; it is one and an eighth miles (a kilometer and a half) to the east of Simpson Bay.

The Rhino Base is located about 25 minutes by taxi from the cruise ship terminal, and cab fare generally costs about $15(USD). If you're driving, the base is located on Welfare Road in Simpson Bay at the east end of the lagoon across from the movie theater.

Location: 58 Welfare Road, Cole Bay, the island of St. Martin and Sint Maarten

Phone: (721) 557-4466

Website: http://www.sxmrhino.com/

Email: rhino_safari@yahoo.com


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