Great Guana Cay is known as a place to go to get away and spend your days relaxing and being as lazy as possible. For those times when you do want to get up and be active, a few hours of snorkeling is a great way to explore local marine life while making memories you won't quickly forget.
The great thing about snorkeling here is that you can do it from most beaches. Just 50 feet from the shore is a reef just waiting to explored by snorkelers who revel in the peace and serenity that accompanies the sport – especially in areas that offer such great conditions as Great Guana Cay. Crystal clear waters amount to amazing visibility and calm waters mean you can generally float about without having to worry about too many waves.
Any time you see a cove with shallow water, you'll find great snorkeling conditions; waters alive with minnows, snappers, barracuda, puffer fish, sting ray, and so many other species that it is hard to keep track. In addition to the lively fish, there is something awe-inspiring about the coral reef structures.
If you'd like to have a local expert on hand to show you the best snorkeling sites, it isn't hard to arrange one. Most accommodations have their favorite guide's number on hand and snorkeling gear is included in the cost. You can expect to spend around $35(USD) per person for this service.
If you're looking forward to seeing what's down below you should consider a visit to Guana Cay Beach. Known for its blossoming shallow reefs, these waters are alight with the likes of parrotfish, angelfish, and more swimming gracefully about as they feed and explore. When snorkeling here, you'll have up close access to this sight without having to travel too far from the sandy shore. This snorkeling site is situated on Great Guana Cay.
Fowl Cays National Park is another snorkeling spot you might enjoy. The resident population of friendly grouper make it so this snorkeling destination is sure to put a smile on your face.
Some key information about 2 of the best locations to go snorkeling in this area are listed right below.
|Guana Cay Beach||1.7 mi. Northeast of Central Spoil Bank Cay||Great Abaco|
|Fowl Cays National Park||6.5 mi. North of Central Marsh Harbour||Fowl Cay|
To learn more concerning snorkeling, including useful tips and suggestions for both "old pros" and beginners, read our exhaustive discussion of snorkeling in the Caribbean.
There's no need for a boat to get your snorkeling adventure on Great Guana Cay started, so what are you waiting for?
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