Snorkeling Tours

Enjoying fun snorkeling tours is just one of the many options for things to do on Punta Cana vacations. The best thing about these tours is that there are numerous options and they are easy to arrange. Often times, all you have to do is inquire with the tour or activities desk that can be found at your hotel. If your hotel lacks such an excursion-planning center, there are local tour companies and tour guides that can accommodate.

Punta Cana snorkeling tours often involve venturing out to a reef or a shipwreck site. There are also options to arrange tours that see guests heading off to a largely pristine island destination. Two of the most popular destinations for such tours are Saona Island and Catalina Island. Both offer wonderful beaches, and the snorkeling is divine. On tours such as these, it should be noted, food and drinks are almost always included in the rates.

When trying to arrange rewarding Punta Cana snorkeling tours, it can be a good idea to check with the local dive shops, as they definitely know where many of the best spots can be found. Local fishing charters are also known to take tourists out on snorkeling adventures, and often times, spending some time on a deserted beach is also part of the deal.

Another option when it comes to Punta Cana snorkeling tours are the tours that involve exploring the underwater realms of the Marinarium. This open-water aquarium is home to sting rays and nurse sharks. Guided Marinarium snorkeling adventures can be enjoyed by those who aren’t too fearful of the resident creatures. The guides offer security tips and provide equipment.

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