Little Cayman Wall

FEATURED: Little Cayman Wall

On the west end of Little Cayman, the snorkelling off the Little Cayman Wall is popular for its coral reefs leading to a wall drop off.

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Playa De Aguila

FEATURED: Playa De Aguila

Near Playa del Ingles on Gran Canaria in the Canary Islands, the snorkeling at Playa de Aguila is popular due to the rocky seafloor, even though the visibility is occasionally poor.

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Puerto Las Nieves

FEATURED: Puerto Las Nieves

On the northwest coast of Gran Canaria, there is good snorkeling off Puerto las Nieves especially to the lefthand side of the pier.

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How To Snorkel Safely


Our complete guide for learning to snorkel has ten tips for beginners. While snorkeling offers an amazing view of the underwater world, there are a few basis tips for beginners to ensure you have a positive and enjoyable experience. Learning to snorkel is very easy for everyone, if you follow our How To Snorkel Safely guide.

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Tips For Buying Snorkel Gear


Cheap snorkeling gear or snorkel gear that fits improperly is the number one reason for a bad snorkeling trip. It can add to your anxiety when in the water and cut your snorkeling short. With a few simple tips, you'll be able to select the right snorkel gear and be prepared to thoroughly enjoy your snorkeling experience.

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Snorkeling With Kids


There are many challenges for children learning to snorkel. What may seem obvious to us adults, the process of snorkeling is much more complex for children. Our guide to successful snorkeling with kids will save you a lot of stress ensuring an enjoyable experience. While this process may seem excessive, it really works and can save your vacation.

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The snorkeling in Turks And Caicos offers over thirty snorkel dive spots from which to choose spread across several islands. The best Turks And Caicos snorkeling based on popularity are considered to be Bight Reef, Smiths Reef, Grace Bay, West Caicos, The Wall, and Salt Cay. You may encounter sea turtles, spotted eagle rays and nurse sharks.