The Hawaiian Islands in the North Pacific Ocean, the Galapagos in the Pacific and also the Caribbean in the West Indies are among the most popular locations for snorkeling. Many tours are offered in the Great Barrier Reef in Australia with a price starting at sixty dollars.

Snorkeling tours include tropical fruits, snacks and juices and sodas. Some also include taking an underwater hydrophone, a no-host bar, fresh water showers and lunch. Sightings of exotic marine life are guaranteed backed by the quote of a totally free call if none occur.

Dolphins and Whales, endangered fish, turtles and even manta rays greet snorkelers in Hawaii. Every year, the humpback whales, among the biggest creatures on Earth swim over 3000 miles from Alaska to Hawaii. The peak season for snorkeling in Hawaii is from December to March.

Visitors at the Galapagos will see different wildlife flying, basking or swimming on the beaches. They can additionally observe an abundance of marine life several feet done in the water, a just off shore. Look for the magenta octopus, penguins and sea turtles, too.

The Great Barrier Reef has snorkeling tours on its external as well as inner reef. The Outer Reef in the Great Barrier Reef may be reached within Hanauma bay hours upon a high speed boat. The reef is considered to be around 10,000 years old and stretches for over 1,200 miles along the Northeast coast of Australia.

Tours at the Reef offer chances to view coral, which forms only in clear and salty water. Snorkeling tours are guided tours with marine biologists, featuring underwater observatories in addition to semi submersible vessels.