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Snorkelling in Fiji

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Snorkelling in Fiji

Hi Everyone, We are planning to snorkel when we visit Fiji and was wondering if people take their own snorkels?? I dont think I like the idea of using one everyone else has used. Can you buy a protective mouth piece at least?

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Hi cjkslw

I always take my own snorkeling gear it doesn’t take that much room to pack in a bag if you don’t have all the gear at least take your own mask and snorkel I don’t like the idea of sharing a mouth piece with strangers


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I'd suggest taking at least your own mask and snorkel (and possibly fins) to assure a good fit, make sure that they were always available and for hygiene reasons. I'm not aware of any mouth pieces that you could use, but if you take along some antibacterial or alcohol wipes you could at least clean it off if you do use a rental.

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Almost all the resorts have snorkel gear that you can borrow and yes it has been used before by other people. If you are worried about using the ones other people have used i would suggest you take you own from home it should not take up much room and im sure you will feel a lot more at home using one you know that has been brand new or cleaned by yourself!

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As already mentioned above, every resort reuses snorkels, however they all wash and sterilize the gear before it is used by someone else.

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