Call - +91 9620985656
Snorkeling Destinations
United States
There is never a bad time to go to Hawaii for snorkelers. There are great snorkeling locations all over the islands. Kealakekua Bay, located on the Big Island of Hawaii, is perhaps the best place for snorkelers in the islands. The bay is very isolated, requiring a kayak paddle or hike to get to it. However, once visitors are there, they will be rewarded with lots of large marine animals like sea turtles, whales and dolphins.
View More
Thailand
Koh Racha Yai (Racha Yai Island, also sometimes called Koh Raya) is about 13 nautical miles south of Phuket Island, just 30 minutes by speedboat. It is a granite island with palm fringed bays dotted around it’s shoreline. All around the island are shallow hard coral reefs ideal for snorkeling and swimming.
View More
Get in touch for best price
Seychelles
These 100 islands that lie off the coast of Kenya are full of some of the most fabulous snorkeling spots on the planet. The coral reefs in this area are very full of marine life, and they are absolutely gorgeous as well. The best way to explore the Seychelles Islands is to rent a boat and hire a guide to take you to all of the best snorkeling spots around the island.
View More
Get in touch for best price
Saint Lucia
Saint Lucia is an island nation in the eastern Caribbean with 2 distinctive mountains, the Pitons, on its west coast. It's known for its beaches and reef-diving sites, as well as its rainforested interior with waterfalls such as at Toraille. It's home to quiet volcanic beaches and fishing villages as well as luxurious resorts, and the capital, Castries, is a regular cruise ship stop.
View More
Get in touch for best price
Philippines
Bohol, is a province of the Philippines, in the country’s Central Visayas region, comprising Bohol Island and 70-plus smaller surrounding islands. It’s known for its coral reefs, scuba diving, diverse wildlife and unusual land formations. On the main island, near the town of Carmen, are the iconic Chocolate Hills, some 1,200 symmetrical mounds that turn cocoa-brown in the dry season
View More
Get in touch for best price
Papua new Guinea
San Blas comprises an archipelago made up of more than 360 islands. The two biggest of these islands are claimed by Colombia, and the rest of them are held by Panama. Both countries offer gateways to get to the islands, and there is a small airport on San Blas itself. The water here is amazingly clear, offering some of the greatest visibility for snorkeling of any spot on Earth.
View More
Get in touch for best price
Maldives
The abundance of marine life is a source of attraction for not only diving enthusiasts but also for those passionate about snorkeling. Around 70 different species of colorful coral reefs make up the flora of this underwater city with more than 700 species of fishes and other aqua marine life taking the role of the fauna.
View More
Get in touch for best price
Malaysia
The Perhentian Islands lie approximately 10 nautical miles off the northeastern coast of West Malaysia in the state of Terengganu. The two main islands are Perhentian Besar and Perhentian Kecil.
View More
Get in touch for best price
Italy
Lake Como is a lake of glacial origin in Lombardy, Italy. It has an area of 146 square kilometres, making it the third-largest lake in Italy, after Lake Garda and Lake Maggiore.Transfers by water ferry allow you to enjoy the tranquility and calm beauty of the lake, while adventurous day hikes access the ridges and mountain tops that form the stunning backdrop around the lake. From the winding streets and decadent villas ofBellagio, to the Roman footpaths, olive groves, and medieval villages that pepper the landscape between Menaggio and Lenno, this hike offers a wonderful opportunity to sample old Italy while enjoying views of the Alps most notable mountain ranges and peaks.
View More
Get in touch for best price
Indonesia
Karimunjava or Karimun Java is an archipelago of 27 islands in the Java Sea, Indonesia, approximately 80 kilometres northwest of Jepara. The islands' name means 'a stone's throw from Java' in Javanese. They have a total land area of 78 km².
View More
Get in touch for best price
Iceland
Located in the Þingvallavatn Lake in the Þingvellir National Park in Iceland, Silfra is a rift that is part of the divergent tectonic boundary between the North American and Eurasian plates.
View More
Get in touch for best price
Honduras
Roatan’s reef are known for the biggest variety of coral and sponges in the Caribbean with a wide range of marine life including tropical colored fish you usually only see in an aquarium. The coral comes very close to the surface so you’ll be able to see plenty of fish and coral while snorkeling in the calm, clear and warm water.
View More
Get in touch for best price
French Polynesia
The islands of French Polynesia all offer good snorkeling locations, but Huahine is particularly nice. There are both coral reefs and lagoons to explore around the island, and it is less overrun by tourists than many of the other islands in French Polynesia.
View More
Fiji Islands
It is hard to go wrong with any spot in the Fiji Islands to go snorkeling. The Jean Michel Cousteau Resort offers visitors the chance to have guided trips to all the best spots for snorkeling in Fiji, including the chance to go on night snorkeling adventures.
View More
Get in touch for best price
Egypt
Most snorkelers have a visit to the Red Sea on their bucket lists. There are lots of great places to snorkel in the Red Sea, but none is any better than Safaga. This is one of the least crowded resort areas with good snorkeling along coast of the Red Sea. As an added bonus, it is only a few hours’ drive from Safaga to Luxor, which is the home of the most famous pyramids in Egypt as well as the Great Sphinx.
View More
Get in touch for best price
Bahamas The
Hilly Nassau is the capital and largest city of the Bahamas. It lies on the island of New Providence, with neighboring Paradise Island accessible via Nassau Harbor bridges. A popular cruise-ship stop, it’s known for its beaches and coral reefs, destinations for diving and snorkeling. It retains many of its characteristic pastel-colored British colonial buildings, including pink-hued Government House.
View More
Get in touch for best price
Australia
No phones. If you’ve ever dreamed of being shipwrecked on deserted island in style, Wilson Island is your answer. A small coral cay in the Great Barrier Reef just 72 kilometers from the Queensland mainland, Wilson will win you over quickly. Watch newly hatched turtles clumsily meander down to the ocean. Snorkel in the surrounding reefs, witnessing manta rays, triggerfish and reef sharks cruising by. And, when you need to take it even slower, enjoy gourmet dining then retreat back to your designer-style luxury tent, just one of six on the whole island.
View More
Aruba
Bonaire is sort of an afterthought when it comes to the islands of the Caribbean, but it is home to some splendid snorkeling opportunities. The coral here is very healthy and home to an abundance of tropical fish.
View More
Get in touch for best price