Are you dreaming of a Caribbean vacation and snorkeling in warm, turquoise-blue waters? We’ve got a list of the top 5 snorkeling spots in the Caribbean. And, if you’re a budget-minded traveler, you’ll be interested to know that renting a timeshare is the smart way to save money on accommodations.
Timeshare rentals can be up to half the price you’d pay for a hotel and you get a lot more for your money: separate bedrooms, a living area, a dining area, generally a fully-equipped kitchen, and great resort amenities.
The Caribbean is a spectacular vacation destination and if you like to snorkel, there's no better place to enjoy this sport. Plus there are timeshare rentals are available near each of the Top 5 Snorkeling Sites, so, have fun and save money on your next vacation.
More rocky than sandy, Malmok Beach is not for sun worshipers, but it's perfect for snorkelers, and great for beginners. Rocks and corral to the north of the entry, and a derelict fishing boat in five feet of water about a half-mile to the south, all attract multitudes of fish. You'll see starfish, puffers and even fire worms.
Your drive on the bumpy and windy road to Dawn Beach will improve now that resort development has begun in this area. The main reef runs parallel to the shore of powdery white sand, and requires some paddling, but once out you'll find one of the most incredible snorkeling spots in the Caribbean. Be wary that a strong cross-current can develop.
Just outside the capital city of George Town, Devil's Grotto is the most popular snorkeling site on Grand Cayman Island. Towering coral and limestone create a labyrinth of caves and caverns. You'll encounter large tarpon, which are not aggressive, and fun exotic fish such as damselfish, parrotfish and trumpetfish.
Renowned for its 650-ft underwater snorkel trail, Trunk Bay is classic snorkeling. A tip from experienced snorkelers to this site is to check out the two rock formations that are about 200 feet off shore - you'll find lobsters and even eels hiding there. The beautiful picturesque beach at Trunk Bay will keep the non-snorkeling travelers entertained.
Stingray City / Sandbar is the Caribbean's most popular animal encounter and considered by many to be the most exciting snorkeling experience in the world. Snorkel in 12 feet of water at
Check through the listings of Caribbean timeshare rentals on redweek.com and you'll find many at beautiful resorts for budget prices. Getting several friends together to split the cost is an even smarter way to go.
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