A new GoPro gift combined with summer “silly” season makes for ideal conditions for snorkeling here on island. Only stipulation being that I get to use any of Mike’s underwater shots in my blog. Mike’s photo’s are absolutely stunning.
Smith’s Reef is relatively easy to find but many people miss the outer mini wall. Currently you are right there if you take the little trail from the road that winds through the bush leading to the observation tower. (The old way in).
Just a few words before you set out to enjoy and explore our reefs.
Please do not touch or stand on anything as coral is a living animal and be sure not to brush anything with your flippers, equipment or gear.
Do not cover yourself heavily with sunscreen before snorkeling and of course biodegradable lotions are available and better yet, buy a rash guard.
Please do not chase any sea life or try to feed.
All the amazing underwater photos are taken by Mike so I thank him for letting me use them for my blog.
Enjoy the reefs everyone but please take care as you snorkel to preserve and protect the coral and sea life.
Snorkel responsibly and have fun.