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TCI things to do with kids, snorkeling

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We are heading to TCI the first week in February with our just turned 5 year old. He is all about snorkeling so we are trying to figure out the best way for him to do this. He is just starting to become a strong swimmer in a pool, and I feel like he would be ok in calm water with some kind of supportive vest (life jacket or swim vest) and our close attention. He just got his own snorkeling gear and has used it pretty well in a swimming pool.

We are only there for four days (at West Bay Club) and want to spend most of that time just relaxing on the beach or in the pool and maybe doing some of our own island exploring, so I'm thinking of limiting our time to one excursion. I'm looking at a half day snorkeling cruise with a company like Caicos dreams or Captain Bill's Outback Adventures. Any thoughts on either of those? Any other suggestions? Are there any snorkeling excursions that stick to shallower water?

Also, he really wants to go parasailing. Do they let 5 year olds do that?

Any other things you recommend for our kiddo?

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