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beach time and snorkeling?

carly chloe

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In order to see anything worthwhile, you would have to book a snorkel excursion (Stewarts Cove is highly recommended) but that is from a boat, not the beach.


The "free" beach (Junkanoo) closest to the port is OK for sitting and swimming and the last time we were at Cabbage Beach (next to Atlantis), it was pretty nice too but I don't think any of them they are worthy of real snorkeling. I've never been to Cable Beach so I can not comment on that.


Now if you are going to Freeport and want a beach and snorkel day, I HIGHLY recommend that you check out Deadman's Reef at Paradise Cove. They have a website and you can book independently and save about $20 then if you booked through the ship. You shouldn't have any worries about them getting you back to port in time. They are a great bunch and are very reliable.

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no beach snorkeling in Nassau.. the good snorkeling is an excursion from a boat...


the Deadman's reef suggestion in Freeport is ok for the family being together and snorkeling from the beach


are you goint o any other ports?.. st. Thomas has good snorkeling from the beach as Roatan does also and there is chancanaab park in cozumel

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