Curacao Shore Excursion: Animal Encounter and Snorkel Tour While you're in port in Curacao, don some flippers for an amazing snorkel tour to see stingrays, fish, turtles, and a shark in a lagoon at the Curacao Sea Aquarium. You'll kick around with stingrays, grouper, and other fish; meanwhile, sharks and turtles swim safely behind a glass partition on the other side. There's even a chance to feed the animals! Your experienced guide supervises the one-hour encounter and answer...
You’ll want to have your camera ready! Take the glidepath (accessible & wheel-chair friendly) through the largest exhibit at Ripley’s Aquarium, the Dangerous Reef. Step on the glidepath and ride through the tunnel where large sharks, sea turtles, fish, and eels swim above and beside you. Fear not! There are 4.5 inches of acrylic glass between you and the marine animals.
Nemo Navigating: Make your own ocean craft. Manatee bag with ocean scarf. I'm A Manatee book and CD. One Tiny Turtle book and turtle stuffed animal, 5 stuffed fish and books The Rainbow Fish, Little Fish finger puppet book, Freddie Fish, Paint your own sea Animal, Dolphins, Finding Nemo books- Just Keep Swimming and Best Dad In the Sea.
Sea Life Creatures 8x10 Wall Art Prints Decor for baby ocean animals nursery, bathroom, or children's room decor. Choice of a crab, jelly fish, swimming fish, sea horse, star fish, sea turtle, octopus, and sharks OR get all eight #decampstudios
“It’s a colorful world under the sea where tropical fish swim alongside, sea turtles and starfish, dolphins and other exciting animals. Now, it’s your turn to bring these creatures to life by learning how to draw them with our easy step-by-step Drawing Easily technique.”
Byron Bay Sea Turtle Snorkel Tour Snorkel Byron Bay’s Julian Rocks Marine Reserve. Julian Rocks is one of the few snorkel sites where you can swim with tropical species found on the Great Barrier Reef as well as animals from Australia’s deep Southern Ocean. Here the reserve is home to three different species of sea turtle, an assortment of rays including mantas, hard and soft corals, friendly wobbegong sharks and over four hundred different species of fish. All of this is only...
10 Resorts Where You Can Snorkel with Sea Turtles: If you enjoy snorkeling, you absolutely have to graduate from fish to sea turtles. Observing sea turtles in their natural habitat is a magical experience. From the South Pacific to Nicaragua, these 10 destinations offer a unique change to dive in and swim with these rare endangered animals.