When you think of snorkeling, you most likely picture crystal-clear waters with beautiful — but traditional — aquatic life. You know, angel fish and the like.
But the mask, fins and snorkel set have some more “interesting” options than the usual suspects.
Featuring a variety of strange features and creatures from the deep, these bizarre and beautiful spots will have you rethinking what snorkeling is all about.
Every year in late summer and early autumn, a half million salmon make their way from the big waters of the Pacific to the cold flow of the Campbell River, on the northern end of Canada’s Vancouver Island.