Turks and Caicos

Turks and Caicos is a popular, high-end destination that’s frequented by the rich and famous. But, it’s also a popular snorkel and dive location because the islands are surrounded by one of the most extensive coral reef systems in the world. Snorkelers are treated to excellent visibility, abundant marine life, and quality diving services. Plus, if you plan your trip at just the right time you might catch a glimpse of a migrating humpback whale teaching their young to come up for air. It’s definitely a once-in-a-lifetime sight! So you don’t miss a single minute of the underwater action, be sure to bring along a trusty diving mask, like the Speedo Hyperfluid Mask. It’s an ultra comfortable, leak free choice for any type of diving trip.


Located in the Indian Ocean, the Maldive Islands are surrounded by pristine blue waters and colorfully abundant flora and fauna. Stay at one of the many over-water bungalows and you won’t have to go very far to start your snorkeling adventure. Snorkelers and scuba divers flock to this diving Mecca because of its calm waters and lively Indian Ocean fish species. Because you won’t ever want to come up for air, bring along a snorkel that can keep your head in the water for hours. The Water Gear Kauai Snorkel features a dry top and purge valve that will keep your barrel free of water no matter if you’re snorkeling or free diving.


Because of its remote location, Fiji boasts some of the pristine reefs in the world. Divers will be amazed by the abundant colorful corals, giant schools of fish, and the vast array of tiny underwater creatures just waiting to be discovered. This kind of trip is better suited for more experienced divers due to its location and possible strong currents. Allow yourself to be seen in the water without hindering your maneuverability with the Goat Gear Aquaspotter. It allows snorkelers and open water swimmers to be easily be seen by fellow divers, boaters, and other watercraft.