We plan to do some snorkeling in Bermuda this September. Don't care to go all the way out to sea . Prefer just beach snorkeling. Actually, you could call it, " swim-snorkeling".
I have no desire to take a "snorkel boat" that charges $50 pp. It would kill the thrill for me.
So, I'm left to my own devices in seeking out "where to snorkel", with so little time, as the ship awaits anxiously reaking to weigh anchor.
With so little time to spend on that beautiful island, I'd prefer to know ahead of time, if thats possible, where are the good places to snorkel.
I've read that there's a "Snorkel Park" close to St. George that sounds good.
I've been trying to read about other peoples favorite swim-snorkel spots on Bermuda, but with very little sucess.
And, with Bermuda's gorgeous "Turquoise" waters, I would think that most visitors
would take advantage of its superb acquatic attributes, and just "dive in".
Clue me in!