Snorkeling Around Great Exuma

Visitors staying on Great Exuma will be delighted to know that when they plan a snorkeling excursion here, they'll not only be able to visit sites surrounding this island, but several others in the Exumas Islands as well.  

Surrounding this chain are crystal clear waters that allow for excellent viewing of the mysterious world that lies beneath the surface of the sea. What can be more peaceful than seeing these sitess through the filtered lens of the stunning blue hues of waters that are known for visibility of upwards of 100 feet deep?  In this area of the Bahamas, there are some of the thickest, healthiest shallow reefs as well as shallow blue holes.  

It is easy to plan a trip, simply because many of the island's accommodations offer excursions as part of your stay with them.  And if your hotel doesn't offer this service, they will likely be able to direct you to a local operator who does.  

Snorkeling Boat Trips

Some people believe the best snorkeling is accessed away from the shore.

If you want to go snorkeling during a boat trip, you should consider Out Island Explorers. Guided kayaking and sailing tours are available, each featuring water expeditions and land and sea adventures. A surplus of wildlife and natural beauty will welcome you.

Take some time to look through the chart below for information concerning the opportunity to take a boat ride that includes snorkeling.

Day Sails and Boat Trips On Great Exuma
Name Type Phone Location Island
Out Island Explorers Boating and Day-Sailing Provider (265) 365-5686 George Town, Central Great Exuma Great Exuma

For more information about snorkeling, including tips and suggestions for both "old pros" and beginners, check out this exhaustive guide to snorkeling in the Caribbean.

Day in and day out, visitors land on Great Exuma with the intent of spending a good amount of their time underwater, with their mask on, fins flipping, and a snorkel in their mouth.  There's no reason why you can't be one of them.  

 

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