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A boy snorkeling, feeding Scissortail sergeants (Abudefduf sexfasciatus) (Credit: Getty)

A boy snorkeling, feeding Scissortail sergeants (Abudefduf sexfasciatus) in Fiji.

Snorkeling hot spots

Great spots for snorkelers to get their feet wet

A boy snorkeling, feeding Scissortail sergeants (Abudefduf sexfasciatus)
(Credit: Getty)

A boy snorkeling, feeding Scissortail sergeants (Abudefduf sexfasciatus) in Fiji.

A swimmer resting by the Jean-Michel Cousteau Fiji
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A swimmer resting by the Jean-Michel Cousteau Fiji Islands Resort beach in Fiji. The resort offers guests guided snorkeling and diving adventures.

Coral reefs beckon near the Jean-Michel Cousteau Fiji
(Credit: Kodiak Greenwood)

Coral reefs beckon near the Jean-Michel Cousteau Fiji Islands Resort.

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Jean-Michel Cousteau Fiji Islands Resort offers guests snorkeling
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Jean-Michel Cousteau Fiji Islands Resort offers guests snorkeling adventures for all ages.

A couple snorkeling at Trunk Bay in St.
(Credit: U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Tourism)

A couple snorkeling at Trunk Bay in St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands.

Snorkelers take a break at the Jean-Michel Cousteau
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Snorkelers take a break at the Jean-Michel Cousteau Fiji Islands Resort in Fiji.

A couple enjoys an ocean view at the
(Credit: Kodiak Greenwood )

A couple enjoys an ocean view at the Jean-Michel Cousteau Fiji Islands Resort in Fiji.

Young snorkelers, equipped with waterproof camera and underwater
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Young snorkelers, equipped with waterproof camera and underwater map, navigate the Trunk Bay Snorkeling Trail at St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands.

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A couple relaxes in a pool at the
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A couple relaxes in a pool at the Jean-Michel Cousteau Fiji Islands Resort in Fiji, known for its snorkeling.

A Damselfish is captured by an underwater camera
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A Damselfish is captured by an underwater camera in waters off the Caribbean Island of Bonaire.

A guide educates tourists about stingrays at the
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A guide educates tourists about stingrays at the Stingray City Sandbar in Grand Cayman. Snorkelers touch and feed the stingrays as well as see colorful coral reefs and tropical fishes.

At the Anthony�s Key Resort, guests will have
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At the Anthony�s Key Resort, guests will have a chance to interact with the Atlantic Bottlenose dolphins with a trained naturalist in the warm waters of Roatan in Honduras.

At the Anthony�s Key Resort, guests watch Atlantic
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At the Anthony�s Key Resort, guests watch Atlantic Bottlenose dolphins with a trained naturalist in the warm waters of Roatan in Honduras.

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Two snorkelers, dwarfed by the vastness of a
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Two snorkelers, dwarfed by the vastness of a walk-in coral reef, explore the clear water for fish and other marine life at the Great Barrier Reef off Heron Island, Australia.

A couple, dwarfed by the vastness of walk-in
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A couple, dwarfed by the vastness of walk-in coral reef, explores the clear waters for fish and other marine life at the Great Barrier Reef in Heron Island, Australia.

A diver swims around a Mayan-like statue on
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A diver swims around a Mayan-like statue on the ocean floor of the Chankanaab Park in Cozumel, Mexico, also known for its snorkeling and diving.

Snorkelers explores the ocean floor at the Chankanaab
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Snorkelers explores the ocean floor at the Chankanaab Park in Cozumel. Chankaab National Park is known for its diving and snorkeling, where one can see underwater statues nearby coral reefs and colorful fishes.

A tourist rests on a clear kayak at
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A tourist rests on a clear kayak at the Chankanaab National Park in Cozumel, from which one can see underwater life without getting wet.

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A couple swims toward one of the underwater
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A couple swims toward one of the underwater statues at the Chankanaab National Park in Cozumel, Mexico.

At the Anthony�s Key Resort, a guest gets
(Credit: Anthony�s Key Resort )

At the Anthony�s Key Resort, a guest gets up close and very personal with an Atlantic Bottlenose dolphin in the warm waters of Roatan in Honduras.

A swimmer gets ready to dive into the
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A swimmer gets ready to dive into the waters of Roatan in Honduras.

A lone swimmer takes a closer look at
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A lone swimmer takes a closer look at one of the stingless jellyfish at the Jellyfish Lake in Palau. Jellyfish Lake is one of the famous tourist attractions in the Pacific Islands.

A lone swimmer snorkels among hundreds of stingless
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A lone swimmer snorkels among hundreds of stingless jellyfish at the Jellyfish Lake in Palau.

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A lone swimmer snorkels among hundreds of stingless
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A lone swimmer snorkels among hundreds of stingless jellyfish at the Jellyfish Lake in Palau.

Two snorkelers checks on a couple of starfish
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Two snorkelers checks on a couple of starfish at St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands.

A couple enjoys snorkeling close to the coral
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A couple enjoys snorkeling close to the coral reefs of Trunk Bay in St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands.

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