Snorkeling is a universal athletic and it is experienced anywhere there is apparent still water abundant in marine flora & fauna. Some maritime tourist areas have become fan favorites, such as the beaches of the Hawaii Islands, the Caribbean, California and Florida.
All areas of the Great Barrier Reef in Australia is a snorkeler’s heaven. Even the coasts of tropical countries as Brazil, Argentina and Mauritius are known as snorkeling hotspots.
All six Hawaiian Islands are familiar snorkeling destinations. People throng right here, mainly from May to September to go looking for rare Hawaiian turtles and also to observe the exquisite coral. The waters of Hawaii are crystal blue and the tropical sun promotes plankton that appeals to a variety of exotic tropical fish. Hawaii additionally provides kayak trips to reach snorkeling destinations. The Waikiki coastline, the Hanauma bay and the Molokoni Crater Natural Preserve are the most popular top snorkeling spot in Hawaii attractions in Hawaii.
Among the Caribbean Islands, the Virgin Islands are the most popular. Other famous locales are Mexico, Antigua, Tobago, Cayman Islands, Curacao Islands, Bonaire Marine Park, etc. These places are famous for their multicolored tropical fish and wonderful specimens of coral for example elk horn and brain coral. Cayman Islands are claimed by many snorkelers to be the ideal location for underwater sightseeing. The Curacao Underwater Marine Park provides a 12 mile coastline abundant in different coral as well as turtles. This Marine Park also has sunken ships with rainbow colored fishes swimming in them.
The Great Barrier Reef of Australia is the world’s most spectacular aggregation of coral. It boasts of certain collections of coral that are as big as houses. Additionally, it offers other unique sights like huge cod and whale migration fish along its 1430 mile-long coastline.
The island of Mauritius off Madagascar is a grand method to discover marine life in the Indian Ocean. The lagoon located near Grand Baie in Mauritius is a great area for snorkeling.