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Top best Snorkelling Destinations in the World

Grand Cayman Islands

The Grand Cayman Islands are the premier destination for rich coral reefs, high visibility, and array of sea life in the Caribbean region. These islands are popular for the following sites: the underwater grottos, cemetery reef, and the Eden Rock. Although the popular site where thousand of tourists visit each year is the Stingray City. The hidden passages and the underwater terrain is a scenery you could never imagine until seeing.

Cozumel, Mexico

It’s one of the top diving spots in the world. It’s famous for its stunning beauty and remarkable sea life. The spot to explore include the Palancar that contains five sections of sea garden and overwhelming about colourful fish. The other spot to see is the sunken 40-foot Convair airplane.

Utila, Honduras

If you want to see some big fish, such has sharks this is destination to do so. The fish are harmless, but it’s pretty amazing to swim beside some white sharks that sometimes measure up to 25 to 40 feet long, that equal out to over 15 tones. If you want to swim with numerous sharks, the best time to go is around August to October.

The Great Barrier Reef, Australia

The 1,250 mile-long reef is the best snorkelling destination in the world. Since the reef is a little over 30 miles from the coast, maybe tourist stay on the Heron Island and spend days exploring the reef. The reef is known for its colourful fish, lovely garden plants, and sea turtles. This reef is a place to explore if you love snorkeling.

Hanauma Bay, Oahu

One the most popular honeymoon destinations in the world now Oahu, is not only known of its beautiful islands but also the underwater scenery. With very shallow reefs, crystal-clear waters and ancient volcanic Caldera, many honeymooners enjoy the snorkeling around these coastlines. The popular fish to see around this bay is the raccoon fish, threadfin, pyramid, ornate butterfly fish, Hawaii state fish, and the reef triggerfish. The Hawaii coastlines are an endless chain of reefs that hold so many different species.

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