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Fakarava Blue Lagoon
Tuamotu Islands

Published on Jan. 20, 2020

Kanumera Bay
New Caledonia

Published on Jan. 13, 2020

Tankah Bay

Published on Jan. 6, 2020

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Shelly Beach

Published on Jan. 2, 2020

Easter Island

Published on Jan. 1, 2020


Snorkel the World

The top feature of Snorkeling Report is the spots directory, where snorkelers can search for snorkeling sites in more than 50 destinations worldwide. You can use it to get snorkeling travel inspiration and start planning your next underwater adventure! A large majority of the snorkeling spots inventoried on Snorkeling Report have a free shore access, meaning that you can go snorkeling there freely!


Live unique moments

Have you always dreamed of snorkeling with sea turtles, reef sharks and manta rays, or observing clownfish, angelfish or starfish in the wild? Snorkeling Report brings you its top10 spots for unforgettable underwater encounters! For each emblematic species, we tell you on which snorkeling sites you are most likely to spot them. There’s no limit to which marine species you can see when snorkeling!


Share your passion

More than 220 spots have already been published on Snorkeling Report, but there are still many spots to be added! You too can contribute to populate the map by sharing pictures of your favorite snorkeling spots around the world. The more snorkelers will contribute, the easier it will be for you, and other snorkelers, to find sites and enjoy the underwater world!

Top world snorkeling destinations
New Caledonia
Located at the heart of South Pacific, New Caledonia is blessed with the world’s largest lagoon, offering infinite snorkeling opportunities. Although you will probably start by snorkeling from the shore around Nouméa, you shouldn’t leave New Caledonia without having explored some of the islets and reefs scattered throu...
Snorkeling with sea turtles
Most amazing snorkeling experiences
Tell us which emblematic species you want to encounter, and we tell you on which snorkeling spots you are most likely to spot them!