Snorkel Park

Quickly becoming one of the top Bermuda attractions, Snorkel Park is fun morning, noon, and night. Snorkel Park Bermuda is found at the Royal Naval Dockyard, which is a conglomeration of neat attractions, and it's great for families, couples, and any other kinds of groups for that matter. As the name implies, Snorkel Park is a place where you can go snorkeling, but that's not all there is to do here. Other watersports can be enjoyed as well, and there is a small beach that is ideal for a sun-drenched respite. Include Snorkel Park at Royal Naval Dockyard in your trip to Sandys Parish, and you're in for a good old time!

Cruise ship passengers arriving at the Royal Naval Dockyard port can easily include a jaunt over to Snorkel Park as it's just a short walk away. You'll find the limestone tunnel entrance to Snorkel Park next to the Maritime Museum. Admission is free, which encourages folks to at least drop by to see what it's all about. Dipping below the ocean's surface for a glimpse of the sea life and coral reefs is a must-do during your Snorkel Park at Royal Naval Dockyard visit. There are a few different ways to go about exploring the underwater realms here, with snorkeling being the most popular. You can rent sterilized snorkeling equipment onsite, and there are bathrooms, changing rooms, and lockers available.

Once you get in the water, you will usually enjoy relatively calm water conditions, and to help you along the snorkel trail here are floating rest stations. Underwater signs key snorkelers into some of the things they're looking at, and the trail has adequate markers to move you along in the right direction. It couldn't be any easier, or enjoyable, for that matter. The snorkeling at Snorkel Park Bermuda is excellent. Underwater vegetation, coral, and a variety of reef fish are on view, and even if you are a first-time snorkeler, you will have no problem enjoying the sights.

For a more involved Snorkel Park at Royal Naval Dockyard experience, you can pair a snorkeling tour with a mini-submarine adventure. These 90-minute tours can accommodate up to six people, and when you split the cost accordingly, it's an all around good deal. Basic snorkeling can also be taken to another level at Snorkel Park when you rent an underwater scooter, which is a simple, fan-propelled machine that you can use in place of swimming. Going underwater isn't the only way to enjoy the ocean here, as various watersports rentals aim to keep you afloat on the surface. Snorkel Park Bermuda trips also get you out kayaking on the open sea, paddle-biking, or paddleboating. You can even enjoy an exhilarating jet ski tour. Getting bored at Snorkel Park is not an option.

There is a bar and grill where you can grab lunch at Snorkel Park Bermuda, and at night, live entertainment is provided on the beach, giving visitors an opportunity to enjoy a bit of Bermuda nightlife. As mentioned, Snorkel Park Bermuda is free to enter, and you can relax on the small, but lovely beach at no cost. There are fees for watersports equipment rentals, and each activity here is worth the price. Snorkel Park is open April through November from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and watersports equipment can be rented between the hours of 10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m.

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