This easily accessible patch reef is ideal for snorkeling orientations and night snorkeling, featuring shallow sandy areas and proximity to coral.
A ⅔ mile paddle takes you to a picturesque shallow reef perfect for standing and capturing breathtaking underwater images.
Named after a ship-wrecked sailor, this reef is only a short swim away, quite deep in places, and offers beautiful underwater scenery.
Accessible by a ½ mile kayak or swim with a safety kayaker, this reef offers an excellent first paddle and snorkel adventure.
Sights of Caribbean Spiny Lobsters are common at this coral-rich reef, accessible by kayak, swim, or paddleboard.
Sometimes combined with Sea Fan City, this large patch reef offers numerous tropical fish and serves as a weekly kayak-snorkel destination.
Sea Fan City
Featuring larger fish and thriving Elkhorn Coral, this location near the channel offers the sight of Purple Sea Fans and a vibrant marine ecosystem.
A paddle to a deep patch reef between Long and Northeast Cayes often provides huge sightings of Bermuda Chub, Black Grouper & Spotted Eagle Rays.
The caye next door provides several areas of gorgeous reef and a deep snorkel, perfect for hanging onto a kayak for extra flotation.
A swim to the island’s north end offers a drift over three small patch reefs, concluding in a swim back to the south end.
In ideal conditions, this swim and famous dive site provides an over-the-head snorkel featuring giant loggerhead turtles.
This loop snorkel and swim from the island’s southern end along the barrier reef of the atoll offers a long exploratory adventure.
Snorkel Around the Island
A swim around the outside of the island provides views of amazing coral and parrot fish.
An absolutely huge patch reef sits a mile paddle away, where anchoring immerses you in a remote and isolated world.
Angel Fish Paradise
Not as intimidating as the giant Far Tortuga snorkel, this one is teaming with Angel Fish and other beautiful species.
Anchoring in the middle of these two patch reefs offers the sight of a fantastic Star Coral canyon and lots of sponges and fish.
A submerged sand volcano surrounded by deep waters features a shallow coral-covered top that reveals remarkable and unexplored marine wonders.