You might think you don’t need a hood for a snorkeling safari as the tropical waters are similar in temperature to bathwater. However, we would argue that you really do need a hood, and more than that, one that fits snugly on your head. It doesn’t matter if you have a nest of thick locks,

If you’re in the process of booking a snorkeling safari with us you’ll no doubt see that we constantly recommend that everyone wears some sort of thermal protection. This may seem confusing as the water temperature on the vast majority of our trips averages 28°C/82°F. That’s nearly bath water! It’s true, the water can be

If you Google “snorkeling fins” you are likely to notice a vast array of options from long fins, short fins, medium fins, some that require you to wear a neoprene bootie, and some very complicated ones with what appear to be hinges or big splits in the fins. If you are new to the snorkeling

As snorkelers, we spend a great deal of time floating around on the surface completely exposed to the intense tropical sun, and there’s no quicker way to ruin a sunset cocktail than a full body burn from that day’s snorkeling sessions. While the water may be bath-water warm and you may feel inclined to just

Snorkels, no matter how complex the splash guard is, always seem to let a bit of water into the tube. Typically, the little bit of water that does enter our snorkel just sort of gurgles in the bottom of the chamber at the base of the tube and never poses a problem to us as