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super snorkeling

Posted by on January 20, 2013

December 14 – 16, 2012

~ Leave only footprints, take only photos ~ is the motto for exploring within the Exuma Cays Land & Sea Park. However, in our case it was mostly leave only bubbles.

Snorkeling the reefs within the Exuma Cays Land & Sea Park is an incredible experience. Since people are only allowed to “look, but not take”, the sea life on the reefs is the biggest you’ll see in all of the Bahamas. Along with s/v Tangerine Dream, we spent two beautiful days snorkeling reef after reef.

Our snorkeling video speaks for itself.  Watch our Exuma Cays Land & Sea Park 2012  video to see some beautiful reefs with many varieties of fish, some really big lobster, and even a plane wreck.  It’s about 10 minutes long, so sit back, relax, and enjoy.

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4 Responses to super snorkeling

  1. Kate

    Jenny: Your video is really beautiful. Rob saw me watching it and thought it was a professional video! Great color – what kind of a camera are you using? So good to see the kids having such a great time and learning so much about the world! Love living vicariously through you!
    Love
    Kate

    • Jenny

      Thank you, Kate! What an awesome compliment! We are using a GoPro camera. Most of the time, we mount it on the end of a boat hook, so it can stay down at the same level with all the sea life. We absolutely LOVE all the snorkeling! Great to hear from you. Jenny & crew

  2. James Outland

    Hello Everyone!
    I loved your video!!! I felt like I was scuba diving again. Its cold here. Yuck Last night it was like 25 degrees and tomorrow night its supposed to be 19 degrees. I sure will be glad when summer comes again. Just think its Summer there all the time I think. 🙂 I see by your locator that you landed in Port Antonio. Can you believe I actually spent one of my vacations there? I ate the best conch I ever had there. I was not wild about the town and thought maybe I should have been on the west side. It was all good as I spent most days on the beach. Have fun!!! James

    • Jenny

      Hi James! So good to hear from you! Feels like it’s been so long, as we have had a difficult time with internet access. Yes, we are in Port Antonio, and that’s so cool that you’ve been here to. It’s a beautiful area, and the people are so friendly. We have discovered how much the Jamaicans love their music . . . maybe you experienced it . . . all day, everyday. It’s fun here, but we are looking forward to some quieter times again. Glad you liked the video! I’m working on some more video editing, so there will eventually be more to come. Stay warm! Jenny & crew

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