Snorkelling is a wonderful activity that can be enjoyed by almost anyone, who has access to the ocean and who wants to get accessed to it. Snorkelling as an activity frequently lives in the shadow of Scuba Diving – another excellent activity in the sea but one that requires significantly more instruction, time and money. If you haven’t already, give it a try – you’ll love the new world beneath the water. A swimmer’s snorkel is a tube about thirty centimetres (Twelve inches) long, usually J-shaped, fitted with a mouthpiece, and constructed of rubber or plastic. It is used for breathing air from above the water surface when the mouth and nose are submerged. The primary attraction of snorkelling is the opportunity to observe underwater life in a natural setting. This includes coral reefs, such as fishes, starfish, sea urchins and molluscs. Snorkelling in sandy areas may allow sighting of rays and various flat fishes. Other organisms that can be seen while snorkelling include various forms of sea weeds, jellyfish, shrimp, sea cactus and occasionally anything else which may be found in the ocean.
For this we have a group of divers who are always available with equipments, to guide and brief the guests about snorkelling.
Let’s explore the world of underwater life full of colourful fishes, coral reefs and enjoyment.