✓ Best Dives' Snorkeling Adventures: Bahamas, Bermuda, Turks & Caicos, Caribbean, Hawaii, Florida, Mexico, Galapagos and Australia ☆ Download by Í Joyce Huber

✓ Best Dives' Snorkeling Adventures: Bahamas, Bermuda, Turks & Caicos, Caribbean, Hawaii, Florida, Mexico, Galapagos and Australia ☆ Download by Í Joyce Huber We have Snorkeling Adventures 2nd and 3rd Edition There is not a whole lot of difference in the books that I can see, maybe a little info and updating in the 3rd edition I have used these books each year for planning our vacations to the caribbean I am always trying to find the best places to shore snorkel and this book helps me find those spots and locate the best lodging nearby I would highly recommend this book to anyone that wants insight to the best snorkeling spots before and during their visit I highly recommend this book We have Snorkeling Adventures 2nd and 3rd Edition There is not a whole lot of difference in the books that I can see, maybe a little info and updating in the 3rd edition I have used these books each year for planning our vacations to the caribbean I am always trying to find the best places to shore snorkel and this book helps me find those spots and locate the best lodging nearby I would highly recommend this book to anyone that wants insight to the best snorkeling spots before and during their visit I highly recommend this book Many snorkeling sites are described in this book with most of them being in the Caribbean but there is a nice section on the Great Barrier Reef and the Galapagos Islands Sites are rated on a point system I would love to see this book updated because I m sure a lot of the hotel information, as well as snorkeling conditions, have changed over the years.
The book has very brief descriptions of snorkeling sites at a large number of different places Most, but not all are Caribbean islands There are also descriptions of other traditional snorkeling places, such as the Yucatan Penninsula and Hawaii And there are two large sections on snorkeling in the Great Barrier Reef and the Galapagos Islands Several snorkeling sites are listed at each separate location, and useful advice and information is given for most All sites are rated on a 1 to 5 starfish point system About the only criticism I have of the book is that much of the hotel information seems to be pulled directly from the hotel s advertising about themselves A little independent commentary would be nice The information is still useful as a starting point Finally, for each location, there is useful information on weather, how to get there, and when to go If you have the first edition of this book, I see little reason to purchase this new edition, however I do wish a few other sites or activities had been included, in particular snorkeling with whale sharks off Northwest Australia That s something that interests me, but there seems very little information on it out there If you travel to snorkel, and don t have the First Edition, GET THIS ONE This is must have book for both the beginner and experienced travelling snorkeler It is a thoughtful guide to the best places to visit and great tips on what to look for in the way of unique marinelife once you get there It should be a companion in every dive bag.


The book has very brief descriptions of snorkeling sites at a large number of different places Most, but not all are Caribbean islands There are also descriptions of other traditional snorkeling places, such as the Yucatan Penninsula and Hawaii And there are two large sections on snorkeling in the Great Barrier Reef and the Galapagos Islands Several snorkeling sites are listed at each separate location, and useful advice and information is given for most All sites are rated on a 1 to 5 starfish point system About the only criticism I have of the book is that much of the hotel information seems to be pulled directly from the hotel s advertising about themselves A little independent commentary would be nice The information is still useful as a starting point Finally, for each location, there is useful information on weather, how to get there, and when to go If you have the first edition of this book, I see little reason to purchase this new edition, however I do wish a few other sites or activities had been included, in particular snorkeling with whale sharks off Northwest Australia That s something that interests me, but there seems very little information on it out there If you travel to snorkel, and don t have the First Edition, GET THIS ONE Many snorkeling sites are described in this book with most of them being in the Caribbean but there is a nice section on the Great Barrier Reef and the Galapagos Islands Sites are rated on a point system I would love to see this book updated because I m sure a lot of the hotel information, as well as snorkeling conditions, have changed over the years.
The book has very brief descriptions of snorkeling sites at a large number of different places Most, but not all are Caribbean islands There are also descriptions of other traditional snorkeling places, such as the Yucatan Penninsula and Hawaii And there are two large sections on snorkeling in the Great Barrier Reef and the Galapagos Islands Several snorkeling sites are listed at each separate location, and useful advice and information is given for most All sites are rated on a 1 to 5 starfish point system About the only criticism I have of the book is that much of the hotel information seems to be pulled directly from the hotel s advertising about themselves A little independent commentary would be nice The information is still useful as a starting point Finally, for each location, there is useful information on weather, how to get there, and when to go If you have the first edition of this book, I see little reason to purchase this new edition, however I do wish a few other sites or activities had been included, in particular snorkeling with whale sharks off Northwest Australia That s something that interests me, but there seems very little information on it out there If you travel to snorkel, and don t have the First Edition, GET THIS ONE This is must have book for both the beginner and experienced travelling snorkeler It is a thoughtful guide to the best places to visit and great tips on what to look for in the way of unique marinelife once you get there It should be a companion in every dive bag.
Best Dives Snorkeling Adventures By Joyce Jon Huber If Your Idea Of A Fun Vacation Means Rubbing Noses With A Friendly Dolphin, Hand Feeding Tame Stingrays, Fanning For Treasure Around Shipwrecks Or Getting A Manicure From A Cleaner Shrimp, You Ll Love Best Dives Snorkeling Adventures, Nd Edition Anyone Who Can Slip On A Mask And Peer Beneath The Ocean S Surface Will Treasure This Page Travel Guide To Top Marine Parks, Shipwrecks And Shallow Coral Gardens From Hanauma Bay, Oahu To The Stones Of Atlantis Off Bimini Resorts With Beach Entry Sites Many Just A Few Yards Off Shore Highlight The Text Adventures Include Captive And Wild Dolphin Swims, Manatee Encounters, Turtle Byways, The First Snorkel Thru Museum, Sail Snorkel Trips, Kayak Dives, And Off Beat Excursions Such As The Oceanic Society S Cruise To Midway Island, An Area Vibrant With Nesting Sea Birds, Monk Seals, Green Turtles And Spinner Dolphins Destination Chapters Cover The Whitsunday Islands Of Australia, The Bahamas Out Islands, Bermuda, Belize, Turks Caicos, Yucatan, Florida, Hawaii And Caribbean Islands Maps, Drawings And Black And White And Color Photos Illustrate The Text Site Descriptions Cover Average Sea Conditions, Resident Marine Life And Whether The Area Is Suitable For Children Or First Time Snorkelers Each Site Is Rated For Visibility, Marine Life And Water Clarity With From One To Five Starfish Resort Properties Listed Have Reef Snorkeling Off The Beach Or Nearby Some With Dolphin Lagoons Plus, Best Dives Snorkeling Adventures, Nd Ed Offers Travel Information, Special Cruises, Resorts, First Aid Tips For Coral Cuts And Sea Stings, A Special Chapter On Sharks, Underwater Photo Procedures And An Introduction To Gear For Newcomers