DIVER DOWN: AMAZING SNORKELING SPOTS If you’re looking for an underwater adventure that doesn’t require the training scuba diving does, consider snorkeling. All you need for warmer waters is a mask, a snorkel, and some fins. Sure, you can snorkel without the fins, but you’ll tire less easily if you have fins. You can purchase new equipment for about $50-$75 dollars or simply rent it for the day if you’re wary of commitment. If you’re snorkeling in cooler waters, you’ll want a wet suit. Most of our picks are in warm waters so that you won’t need to bother. The hardest thing about snorkeling is learning how to clear the snorkel after you’ve taken a dive to look around. Old

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