Everyone can snorkel. However there are a few basic safety rules. The most important rule to remember is: Never touch coral! Good snorkeling spots include PortoMari, Playa Kalki, Tugboat, Klein Curacao and many more.
Fit is the most important criteria in selecting a mask. So how do you buy a mask that fits? It's easy. Here's How:
Don't settle for an ill-fitting mask. If you find more than one mask that fits, compare the features before making your purchase or rental decision.
There's no doubt about it. Water will get into your snorkel, whether you submerse yourself intentionaly or a wave splashes water into it. It's an important scuba/snorkel skill you need to know. Here's How:
Try not to exhale all your air on the first blast. When checking to see if the airway is clear don't suck in a huge gulp of air. Do it slowly. Perfect this skill in a swimming pool first!
Far away from the hustle and bustle of Curaçao's Punda and Otrobanda districts lies a remote, coral island with white sand beaches, crystal clear water, a spectacular reef and colorful sea life. The flat, wind-swept island of Klein Curaçao (Dutch for Little Curaçao) is a mecca for divers, snorkelers and sunbathers.