I accessed the bay via one of the touring boats. We moored offshore and snorkeled from there.
The underwater visibility here approaches 200 feet (which is incredible!). There is a coral shelf that extends from the shore for quite a distance, the water getting gradually deeper until it is about 12 feet deep or so and then it suddenly plunges so deep that you cannot see the bottom.
The underwater life is teeming among the coral and you'd think God would run out of colors to decorate with. But not so.
While we were diving I kept hearing a clicking sound andI thought it might have come from one of the tour boats moored offshore, or maybe from one of those coral eating fish. But it turned out to be a pod of over a hundred Spinner Dolphins who were showing off for us out in the bay and were watching the snorkelers from down below. It was an exciting addition to the day.
This was only my second snorkeling experience and it was magnificent!
I paid a fee to get there by boat. But I understand one can hike to this same location without paying a fee.
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