Tear yourself away from your overwater bungalow. Because there are lots of fabulous things to do in Bora Bora! Like snorkeling with sharks, jeep tours, bicycling, caring for sea turtles and shopping for black pearls.
If you love the water like us, then snorkeling and scuba diving is likely to be at the top of your bucket list when you travel to a sun-and-sand destination.
Did you know that 71% of the world’s surface covered in water?
This means you’ve got oceans of underwater places to explore!
See our posts on diving and snorkeling below:
With stalactites, stalagmites and pools of water shining an unearthly blue, some Riviera Maya cenotes are wondrous underground cathedrals. You can swim and snorkel inside them!
The moment we first saw a massive whale shark glide slowly by? Wondrous. You can swim with whale sharks in La Paz, a 2-hour drive from Cabo.
Snorkeling Santa Maria Beach, Cabo? It’s one of the best places in Los Cabos to see tons of fish! Here’s how to visit on your own before the tour boats arrive.
Snorkeling? We’re in! Koh Tao boasts some of Thailand’s best underwater action. We booked a popular “big boat” snorkeling trip around the island.
Cruising French Polynesia is as romantic as it gets! And it’s often the most affordable way to visit these luscious islands that seduce visitors with their turquoise lagoons and blooming hibiscus.
Hunting lionfish while scuba diving in the Caribbean wasn’t planned. But it turns out there’s a lionfish invasion, and they need to be eliminated. What about eating lionfish? Very yummy.
From snorkeling to sailing to SUP, there are oodles of Hawaii water adventures to enjoy when visiting the Aloha state. So haul out your swimsuit – an ocean of watery fun is waiting!