Turtle Snorkeling in Culebra


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No one can offer guarantees, but with miles upon miles of gorgeous Caribbean reefs Culebra 80% of the time Culebra snorkelers are able to interact with the turtles, usually by getting in the water and snorkeling over the reef system sharing it with them. When you glide over a sea-grass bed, it’s like soaring over a miniature forest with all sorts of curious animals hiding amid the blades. A short informal classroom session with an explanation of a marine mural depicting various underwater environments which enable you to find stingrays foraging in the sand, turtles feeding in the grass, and in the summer, an explosion of baitfish attracts schools of yellowtail snappers, blue tangs, French grunts, goatfish and others. Many of Culebra lagoon’s lead to widespread continuous reef systems that provide endless shallow wanderings and are surrounded by sandy beaches fitted for relaxation.

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