No matter how many fantastic snorkeling destinations there are in the world, the number is still finite. This number gets even more finite when you factor in destinations that have enough great snorkeling sites to accommodate anywhere from a week to two weeks of snorkeling two to three snorkels a day without having to repeat

Palau is a small island nation surrounded by shallow coral reefs in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. It sits about 500 km northeast of North Sulawesi and 500 km east of the Philippines. It’s remote! This remoteness, however, works to our benefit as snorkelers because the shallow coral reefs are in fantastic condition, they

Palau has long been on my bucket list of destinations to visit, in fact, Palau was the first place on my personal bucket list primarily because it was the world’s first shark sanctuary, and I’m a bit of a shark enthusiast. Over the years I learned more about Palau from friends who’ve been and it

Komodo Resort is located on the island of Sebayor Besar, about one hour or so from Labuan Bajo and about one hour from the boundaries of Komodo National Park. The reef is quite large, extending from a corner in the south, all the way up past the resort’s most northern bungalow to the mushroom-shaped islands.

As Snorkel Venture’s self-appointed Tsar of Sun Protection, I have to share with you my latest discovery. As you all know, as snorkelers, we spend a lot of time floating on the surface of the water with the intense equatorial sun beating down on our backsides. No matter how melanin-rich your body may be, those