The snorkeling trail at Pinel Island is home to a wide variety of marine life and several different marine ecosystems. From the sandy areas that are home to gobies, jawfish and the occasional stingray to beds of turtle grass and manatee grass that provide food and shelter to young fish, and areas of soft and hard coral that provide shelter to a variety of reef fish and other animals, there is much to see and learn about. Here are a few photos of some of the different underwater landscapes and fish that we saw during the SnorkelFest preview event.
SnorkelFest is happening on January 25th from 11am-3pm on Pinel Island. Find out more about SnorkelFest and pre-register for priority access to the activities: