Culebra’s Coral Reef System


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Snorkeling is a breathtaking means of exploring all that Mother Nature has to offer, in Culebra,  from her underwater wonderland.  The most important thing is to just relax. There is no need to hurry up.  Learning to snorkel is about moving in the water creating  techniques to move without feeling breathless, fatigue or cramps which is the key to maximizing the enjoyment of your Culebra coral snorkeling adventure.  Snorkeling is an excellent way to view tropical fish in shallow water or explore a coral reef. All you need is a mask, a snorkel or breathing tube, and fins.  Both beginners and more experienced swimmers can learn to snorkel, as it doesn’t require much swimming.  Relax, float face-down on your stomach and gaze down into an enchanting underwater realm.

Snorkeling in Culebra is one of the easiest methods to view the Caribbean’s  underwater world. It opens the door to Culebra that most have never seen before and is one of the most relaxing sports related to water. You do not need extraordinary strength, nor do you need to hold your breath, but you will need some basic swimming techniques. Enjoying snorkeling in Culebra is much like relaxing in the water while looking below and enjoying the door to the new world that you have opened. Just about anybody can snorkel and with a little help, you will become better and better.

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