Located in the north of Belize and visible from the southeastern shore of Ambergris, the country’s largest caye, Hol Chan and Shark-Ray Alley may be Belize’s most popular dive and snorkel spots. Crowds can be problematic, but at a mere 30 meters deep and with Finding Nemo-esque underwater views, the positives outweigh the negatives, especially for diving newbies and snorkelers.
While scuba divers have the most freedom to explore underwater, snorkeling is easy enough for children, but exciting enough for even the most jaded While scuba divers have the most freedom to explore underwater, snorkeling is easy enough for children, but exciting enough for even the most jaded traveler.
The Coral Coast, which extends from northern Alagaos into southern Pernambuco, offers a 135-kilometer (84-mile) stretch of protected reefs that are ideal for snorkeling. The beaches surrounding São Miguel dos Milagres and Maragogi, in Alagoas, and Tamandaré and Porto de Galinhas, in Pernambuco, are all terrific snorkeling destinations.
Snorkeling is the ultimate tropical vacation activity. It's cheap, family-friendly and educational. Plus it's called snorkeling, which makes us giggle. Giggles aside, the Hawaiian islands are a snorkeler's paradise. The surrounding waters are warm all year long, and they’re full of bustling reef ecosystems to explore.
SNORKEL BUCK ISLAND REEF HALF DAY POWER BOAT TRIP. Departing Christiansted harbor twice daily at 9:30am or 1:30pm and arriving at Buck Island Reef National Monument 30 minutes later by power boat. You'll enjoy a guided tour of the Nation’s first underwater trail and an hour of snorkeling.
Forget the US mainland, this protected marine sanctuary in the US Virgin Islands might very well be the best snorkeling IN THE WORLD. The reef covers over 19,000 acres and surrounds two-thirds of St. Croix, wrapping the island in some of the most diverse marine life you'll encounter in a snorkel mask.
Snorkeling Komodo Snorkeling Komodo may not come to mind as the first attraction of this stunning area of Indonesia, due to the resident population of the world's largest lizard - the Komodo Dragon. Although being renowned for being the home of this infamous yet magnificent creature, many visit the region to sample the delights that lie within the waters surrounding these islands.
H igh Listed in the TOP 10 Tropical Destinations in the World for their surreal Picture Perfect landscapes and extraordinary Resort collection, the Maldives are also equally famous for their underwater wonders, bringing Diving and Snorkeling as key assets in the search for a Dreamy holiday in the archipelago.
It’s impossible to talk about the world’s best snorkeling spots without mentioning the largest coral reef ecosystem in the world—Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. The reef is actually made up of 2,900 individual reefs that stretch over 1,400 miles off the Australian shoreline.