Snorkeling Adventure in Mexico - Lumix DMC-TS1 underwater We tried our snorkeling while we stayed in Cancun. This was our second snorkeling experience. Out first was at Xel-ha. We took the tour van over to a private beach somewhere in Playa Del Carmen and from there went on a small boat. First we snorkeled in shallow section and then a little deeper section. Brand new world in there! I've seen pictures and movies of underwater world many times but I didn't realize how beautiful until I experienced it myself. I bought the camera right before this trip. Since this camera doesn't look like an underwater camera, people were looking at me very nervously at first. I was very nervous, too...but it worked out great. After I came back on the boat, I rinsed it off with fresh water. I tried to stay put to capture beautiful corals and fish but wave kept moving me about...I guess there is no 'steadycam' for underwater. One thing I regret is that I forgot all about the Underwater scene mode. It was supposed to take out excessive green or blue....I wished I remembered to use it. Well, next time I will make sure. I created the 720P MPG file using Corel Video Studio.
The Beach Koh Phi Phi Lei Thailand Snorkeling With Giant Eel Snorkeling Maya Bay on the island of Koh Phi Phi Leh, Thailand. Maya bay is the location where "The Beach" was filmed with Leonardo Dicaprio. I took a longtail boat out to Maya Bay - and snorkeled the bay. It is shallow throughout the bay - maybe a average depth of 10 feet. The first part of the video is the beauty going out there - and when snorkeling I saw this massive 8 Feet or 3 meter brown eel. He was amazing swimming through the coral. Sorry it was hard to stay still with the current and all there was a lot going on. At the end you will see several fish just suspended - just magical and beautiful. People snorkel all day there I am sure they did not even know he was there. I am sure he was nipping at their toes.
Honda 350 rancher snorkeled-redneck skiing redneck skiing
Lifted & Snorkeled Kawasaki. Prairie in a Tennessee Mud Hole Lifted Prarie 700 going through a tennessee mud hole.
Snorkeling at Baia Bonita We visited an eco-resort near Bonito, Mato Grosso do Sul, Brasil and spent the day at the Reserva Ecológica Baía Bonita. We snorkeled in the crystal clear waters of the river one can see the life passing by. Like the Yucatan of Mexico, the water is purified as it passes through the limestone formations. These rivers have more than forty species of fish and countless species of plants. And the water was so warm, perfect to float, look and swim.
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2009 Mud Nats. Our New Friend in his Snorkeled Polaris RZR. Our New Friend Dean we meet at Mud Nats. in his snorkeled Polaris RZR. You meet the BEST people in the mud.
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Cancun, MX Snorkeling with Whale Sharks in During my visit in Cancun I took a boat with my friend Scuba Joe to go snorkel with the whale sharks near Isla Mujeres There was about 40 of them all feeding in this one area. I snorkeled with this one - about 30 feet. Just amazing - here is my video!
Snorkeling at Honolua Bay We snorkeled at Honolua Bay and had a blast.
Honda Rancher 420 4x4-28" 589s SNORKELED LIFTED!!! (Please Comment) Tripp ridin his 420 in my wee little mud hole/pond thing behind my house!! 420 has 28" 589's, ss wheels, Extreme Snorkel kit, EPI clutch, 2" Highlifter lift kit, a ram cupholder, moose handguards, and a quadboss bag!
Honda foreman 400 snorkeled deep water riding on a honda with a homemade snorkel kit, goes way farther than any stock machine
"Snorkeling the Blue Hole" Feliz_carolina's photos around Dahab, Egypt (blue hole egypt photos) Preview of Feliz_carolina's blog at TravelPod. Read the full blog here: This blog preview was made by TravelPod using the TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow creator. Entry from: Dahab, Egypt Entry Title: "Snorkeling the Blue Hole" Entry: "The Blue Hole is the "spot" for people to snorkel. We got a jeep ride to the Blue Hole and snorkel gear for 50 EE. I haven't snorkeled that many places and I am by far NOT an expert at snorkeling, coral reef and fish, but I would say this was my least favorite place to snorkel. There definitely were a lot of fish and a lot of brightly colored mini fish which was really really cool. And the coral reef was great minus the dying/dead coral parts that humans were stepping on! The humans were the part I hated! First there were way too many of them- the tourists came by the bus load, got dropped off and then they were let loose. Secondly they all seemed to be IGNORANT humans! People were standing on the coral and breaking it! They were touching things they shouldn't and basically they were killing the reef which inevitably kills the fish! Great! Thanks stupid humans! Wow that was kind of a rant. Sorry but I was really upset at how people were treating the environment." Read and see more at: Photos from this trip: 1. "Blue Hole" 2. "Restaurant by blue hole" 3. "Blue Hole Parking Lot" 4. "Blue Hole Snorkeling" 5. "Snorkelers" 6. "Tessa and a camel" 7. "Camel Rides to the Blue Hole" 8. "Goggles and us" 9 ...
Snorkeling Michigan Inland Lakes There's a fascinating world in which you're quickly accepted as one of its citizens just inches below the surface of any one of Michigan's 11000 inland lakes. You can get up close and personal with bluegills, bass, perch, painted turtles and hundreds of other aquatic critters. "If you can breathe, you can snorkel," says Nancy Washburne, who has personally snorkeled and documented nearly 500 public-access lakes throughout the state in her book, Snorkeling Guide to Michigan Inland Lakes.
"Diving blue hole" Kjerstan's photos around Lighthouse Reef, Belize (snorkeling blue hole belize) Preview of Kjerstan's blog at TravelPod. Read the full blog here: This blog preview was made by TravelPod using the TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow creator. Entry from: Lighthouse Reef, Belize Entry Title: "Diving blue hole" Entry: "Our blue hole trip was fascinating. The story begins before the crack of dawn. at 4.30am we get up to greet the day. we have decided to dive (Kirstin) and snorkel (Shane) the blue hole* with a dive shop called Aqua Divers. The cost is $200 usd to dive and $165 to snorkel.. This price includes the 2.5 hour boat ride to and from the blue hole, breakfast, lunch, $40 park fee, 3 dives, gear rental, and pick up from our hotel. So at 5.00 am we are at the end of the dock at our hotel (Costa Maya Reef Resort) waiting for our 5.15am boat. In San Pedro (Ambergris Caye) there are only 2 snorkelers and 1 diver for the blue hole, so we must stop at Caye Caulker for 8 more divers - the joys of slow season. Then off to Lighthouse Reef via Turneffe Reef - 2 hours. Right when we are getting to the blue hole rains started pouring - the boat had to go slow through the reef because visibility was bad in the rain. We got to the buoy, tied up, donned gear and jumped in. The first glimpse through the mask reveled a 7 foot Caribbean reef shark who had come to check out the commotion and a bunch of 3 foot large grouper. Then 10 of us descended into the hole...meanwhile.... Shane snorkeled the reef rim of the blue hole. it was like snorkeling in a ...
Snorkeling with Manatees, Crystal River Check out the full trip report at ... An unbelievable opportunity to snorkel with these sea cows in the Three Sisters river system.
Arctic Cat Prowler 1000 XTZ! Snorkeled with 30" Silverbacks Arctic Cat Prowler 1000 XTZ Snorkeled with 30" Silverbacks. Soon I will be posting more videos on rides that we go on. Can't wait for Mud Nationals 2011. Please subscribe and check back often. Also if you are in an atv riding club and woud like some shirts made, send me a message. I also do screenprinting. I am located in Central Louisiana. Again, I hope to put up more atv videos soon. Please subscribe and enjoy. NOTE: I have recently decided to sell this bike with only 30 hours on it. The mileage shows 60, however the actual mileage is much less due to the larger tires I have on the bike. This video was posted earlier in the year, but it is in the same condition now as it was then. It comes with a 2500lb Warn Winch. I will also throw in an amp, four speakers, and a sheet of mdf to build a speaker box with. I am only selling it to get a new truck. Otherwise I would keep it. It is a powerhouse.
Snorkeling Tonga with Humpback Whales - Oceanic Society Visiting Vavau, Tonga in Sept. 2007 an Oceanic Society group snorkeled with Humpback whales. In this video a mom and calf are seen as well as a male escort and briefly one other male whale. During the week we had repeated encounters with humpbacks.
Snorkeling fun in La Jolla Cove!! San Diego Snorkeling is always fun especially in the ecological reserve in La Jolla Cove! We saw harbor seals and sea lions! Then when we snorkeled near the caves, we found a guitar fish and horn shark! We even saw an octopus! What a wonderful day of snorkeling...
Playacar Snorkeling Adventure - Lionfish From schools of tropical Sergeant Major Damsel Fish to deadly lionfish, you never know what you will find on the reef This snorkeling trip was taken from the Sandos Playacar Resort, heading about 15 minutes south past Xcaret, we snorkeled in the same bay as the Xcaret snorkel tours. Lionfish Facts; Although the lionfish may be spectacular to look at, it is also lethal. Its fins have spines that are as sharp as needles, which they use to inject a potent venom into their predators. The lionfish is considered as one of the most poisonous fish in the world. Music: One more chance by Alexandr Filippov
Nana & Joe Snorkeling in Barbados - Spring, 2010 We stayed at Almond Beach Village in St. Peter Parish, Barbados in Spring 2010. We snorkeled off the beach everyday.
"Snorkeling in the Zapatilla Islands" Lilikoi78's photos around Bocas Town, Panama (photography) Preview of Lilikoi78's blog at TravelPod. Read the full blog here: This blog preview was made by TravelPod using the TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow creator. Entry from: Bocas Town, Panama Entry Title: "Snorkeling in the Zapatilla Islands" Entry: "Today we went on a snorkeling trip to the Zapatilla Islands. Rick, Christina (she was also stying at La Loma and arrived the day before), and myself were going on the trip with Luis, our captain and guide. We started off in the morning, and Luis drove us through small mangrove islands. We pulled up to one little island, and he started pulling out different sea creatures for show-and-tell. He pulled out a sea star, a sponge, and a crab for us to see. Then he pulled out some oysters; we thought "cool oysters." Then he whipped out a knife and cracked them open. By the looks on our faces we thought "oh ****, oyster brunch." I hate raw oysters. They are in my trifecta of nauseating foods, sharing the honors with lima beans and goat cheese. I have had them before, and I swore I would never eat them again. There they were, little boogery blobs, sitting before us. Christina immediately declined; she said she was already queasy from the boat ride. Rick and I realized that the boat wasn't moving until someone ate these oysters. It was up to us. So we choked them down. Then Luis pulled up more and cracked them open. Oh God. Rick looked at me, and just shook his head. It was all on my shoulders now; if we ever wanted to go ...
Snorkeling Cinnamon Bay - St. John, USVI Located on the Northshore of St. John, Cinnamon Bay is one of the most popular beaches on the island. Today we snorkeled out and around Cinnamon Cay, a couple of hundred yards off the beach. Reef fish galore along with, Spanish Makerel, Parrot Fish, and Barracuda. All in a days fun in the sun. We finish off the day with a cigar at sunset on Vie's Beach Campground, 340-693-5033, only $35.00 per night, the best accomodations deal on the island. Produced by Andrew Burnett, Come Out And Play Productions, firstname.lastname@example.org
Nassau Shark Snorkeling Nassau - Sharks getting fed after we snorkeled above them
"Snorkeling through the coral reef" Tricia.sears's photos around Montego Bay, Jamaica Preview of Tricia.sears's blog at TravelPod. Read the full blog here: This blog preview was made by TravelPod using the TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow creator. Entry from: Montego Bay, Jamaica Entry Title: "Snorkeling through the coral reef" Entry: "We brought our own snorkeling equipment from home. Snorkeling is so popular at this resort that usage restrictions have been put in place - 30 minutes maximum. We snorkeled for at least an hour to three hours each day so renting was not an option. We started snorkeling mid morning, when it's warm but not really hot. Your back is always floating on the surface on the ocean where you are at the mercy of the hot sun. I suggest you wear a bodysuit or protective water shirt and sunscreen on your neck and the back of your legs particularly if you plan on snorkeling for anything longer then 20 minutes. We swam from the beach to the reef passing dozens of dark spiky sea urchins. At times we passes hundreds of small jellyfish about two to three inches round. Most jellyfish were attached to the coral reef itself. At points the water was clear, you could see several feet in front of you then came areas where it was so cloudy you could hardly see your outstretched hand. Those were the times my heart pounded with fear of the unknown, I am no longer standing in my territory I am in there's. We never stopped we continued to swim through the cloudy water until once again we could see and there is was - the reef. The reef was ...
"Diving and snorkeling at Lady Musgrave Island" Andreasjahn's photos around Lady Musgrave Island Preview of Andreasjahn's blog at TravelPod. Read the full blog here: This blog preview was made by TravelPod using the TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow creator. Entry from: Lady Musgrave Island, Australia Entry Title: "Diving and snorkeling at Lady Musgrave Island" Entry: "Today we went on a boat tour to Lady Musgrave Island (70 km east of Town of 1770). During our 90 minute ride we saw plenty of humpback whales. Once arrived at Lady Musgrave Island we dove on the outer reef. Save the money and don't do an outer reef dive at Lady Musgrave Island. The reef is mostly destroyed by a cyclone or something else. The reef is broken in bits and pieces. Anyhow, we were lucky enough to see a Lionfish (very poisonous) and a wobbygong shark. Once back in the dingy we saw dolphins around the boat and a humpback whale nearby. Afterwards, we went to the inner reef of Lady Musgrave Island where we snorkeled with a turtle and lots of other fish. We spent roughly 5 hrs on Lady Musgrave. Went back to Town of 1770 where we cooked pasta in our camper van. While driving further south during the night a Kangaroo hopped against the side of our camper van. They must be blind :)" Read and see more at: Photos from this trip: 1. "Humpback whales I" 2. "Humpback whales II" 3. "Lady Musgrave Island III" 4. "Glassbottom boat" 5. "Snorkeling and being goofy I" 6. "Snorkeling and being goofy II" 7. "Snorkeling and being goofy III" 8. "Snorkeling and being goofy IV" 9 ...
"Snorkeling the Great Barrier Reef" Christine.roney's photos around Cairns, Australia (slideshow) Preview of Christine.roney's blog at TravelPod. Read the full blog here: This blog preview was made by TravelPod using the TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow creator. Entry from: Cairns, Australia Entry Title: "Snorkeling the Great Barrier Reef" Entry: "Today I snorkeled the Great Barrier Reef with the boat Passions of Paradise, which was a big catamaran sailboat. Luckily my hotel is located right next to the Marina- about a 1 minute walk if that. A lot of different boats leave from the marina, so I found mine and checked in. The boat set sail at 0800 with about 80 other people. The boat had an inside cabin with a bar or you could sit outside on the bow of the boat. After filling out my indemnity form and getting the safety briefing, I decided to sit outside. It was a great day outside for boating, but I had taken my Dramamine just in case. About 30 minutes prior to our first stop, we received a snorkeling brief. We then proceeded to grab our gear. In addition to the flippers, snorkel and mask, we had to wear "Stinger Suits." These are almost like scuba suits, but a little bit thinner, and protect one from the stinger jelly fish. The first stop was Michaelmas Cay, which is a little island that is part of the Great Barrier Reef. It was about a 2 hour boat ride to get there. The island was mostly sand, but had hundreds of birds all over it. The sailboat stayed anchored off the island and we were transferred to the beach on a smaller glass bottom boat. We were ...
Snorkeling at Coral Gardens near Sting Ray Sand Bar, Cayman Islands Cayman Snorkeling provides a quick, easy and very affordable means of exposing almost anyone to Cayman's spectacular underwater world. A mask and fins—available for sale or rent at any of our recommended dive operators is all that you need to participate in this fun and exciting activity. Note: we also recommend bringing a surface flag or other means of alerting others to your position. If you haven't snorkeled before, begin in the shallow water of a calm sandy beach. Always snorkel with a buddy, and help each other as you don your mask and fins in waist-deep water. Practice clearing your snorkel with a fast exhale and lie motionless face down while breathing normally through the snorkel to gain confidence in your ability to float effortlessly on the surface.
Stand up paddle surfing and Snorkeling in Tahiti On this day I SUP'd out to the reef in the lagoon behind my friend Mathieu's house, and then snorkeled around the coral.
Snorkeling with a Whale Shark at Pescador Island, Cebu A whaleshark encounter near Pescador Island. Divers swam and snorkeled along the whale shark for nearly half an our. Video from our friend Berto of www.tauchsportzentrum-
Oasis of the Sea - Snorkeling at St. Thomas Turtle Cove Day 4 of the cruise we arrived at St. Thomas. Toured the island in the morning, and snorkeled at Turtle Cove in the afternoon.
Snorkeled 92 Timberwolf w/o exhaust snorkel first try testing out my air intake setup making sure it is sealed properly. All went well except for the soot in the creek.
"More snorkeling" Jamieferry's photos around Puerto Villamil, Ecuador Preview of Jamieferry's blog at TravelPod. Read the full blog here: This blog preview was made by TravelPod using the TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow creator. Entry from: Puerto Villamil, Ecuador Entry Title: "More snorkeling..." Entry: "Today... I went snorkeling again, but this time with Jim, Tiffany, Danni, and Kevin. And then spent some of the afternoon prepping the English lesson for Loren. * Snorkeling in Las Tintoreras: This is he same islet I snorkeled in previously, but we went to a different area. Again we saw a lot of sharks (well over twenty-five) and swam very close to them, easily within arms reach. We also saw more penguins, blue footed ***ies, iguanas, sea lions, frigates, finches, and pelicans. * Teaching Loren English: Today, I did some more assessing and Loren as a decent grasp for many words and their meanings, but struggles with speaking and grammar. I'm hoping some hands-on, fun activities and lots of conversation will help improve her skills." Read and see more at: Photos from this trip: 1. "Sea lions laying around" 2. "Sea lion laying around" 3. "Penguins" 4. "Sea turtle" 5. "Pelican" 6. "Pelican and frigate" 7. "Our tour guide & boat" 8. "Iguanas" 9. "White tip shark (look carefully)" 10. "Bay of the Islet of Tintoreras" 11. "Islet of Tintoreras" 12. "Bay of the Islet where sea lions usually mate" 13. "Bay view of Islet Tintoreras" 14. "Sea lion" See this TripWow and more at
Honda Rancher 420 4x4-28" 589s SNORKELED LIFTED!!! 2007 Honda Rancher 420 4x4 w/ 28" 589's, ss wheels, Extreme Snorkel kit, EPI clutch, 2" Highlifter lift kit, a ram cupholder, moose handguards, and a quadboss bag!
Maui Kayaks, Snorkeling - Tom Barefoot's Tours More information at This morning was one of those classic Maui mornings, the sea was calm and glassy, the skies were lit up with the gentle sunrise light that was slowly making its way down the hillsides as the day matured. Our guide Kaleo took us for a paddle on the kayaks to one of his favorite snorkel spots. He told us stories about taking his son out to this very same place except for in the middle of the night to look for lobsters and sharks. He said that the reef sharks that inhabit this reef are nocturnal and generally stay under cover in ledges and holes during the day but he was confident that he could find some for us in some holes that he knew of in the reef. Right as we jumped off of our kayaks we were greeted by a Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle that was cruising in the sand patch that we anchored our kayaks in. After we were done checking out the turtle we came across a giant school of Nenue, which is a variety of chub fish. This was a special school of them because there was a yellow Nenue inside the school of silver ones. This is a genetic mutation that is found in about one in every twenty five hundred Nenue so it was a special sight to see. This yellow fish is often times nicknamed the "Queen" of the school. After we saw the school of Nenue we moved along down the reef exploring the nooks and crannies and observing all the marine creatures we could find. Kaleo picked up some creature off the bottom to show some of the ...
2008 Kawasaki teryx snorkeled Something isn't working right here. Fully sealed snorkeled air box belts and exhaust. Cant seem to figure out why it dies tho. Thought it was exhaust but after watching other videos no one has their exhaust snorkeled. Can someone help me out?
snorkeled atv grizzly first test run on grizzly 450 completely snorkeled.
Snorkeling With Manatees at Crystal River, Florida On March 21, 2008 Carole and Jay Furr snorkeled with a couple of manatees in Kings Bay, in Crystal River, Florida.
Kim Kindersley snorkels "Karang Lestari".mov Kim Kindersley and his Film Crew visited Pemuteran on March the 2nd, 2010 and snorkeled 'Karang Lestari", a Bio-Rock© Project in the North-West of Bali. And that is what they found.
My snorkeled Yamaha Grizzly ATV swamping out at Mudstock 2010. Just drained the air box and belt box and went back to playing. I'll have to shoot a "web redemption" video next ride. Go Tosh.0. Funny show.
Brute Force 650 Snorkeling 101 This is how I snorkeled my Brute.
"Ko Tau snorkeling trip" Seetheworld123's photos around Koh Tao , Thailand Preview of Seetheworld123's blog at TravelPod. Read the full blog here: This blog preview was made by TravelPod using the TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow creator. Entry from: Koh Tao , Thailand Entry Title: "Ko Tau snorkeling trip" Entry: "When i was on Samui Island I went on a snorkeling trip to Koh Tao on Seatran Discovery boat. Early morning at 7am the minivan picked me up at the hotel and took me to the pier to get on the boat. Breakfast was coffee and croissant served on the boat. The boat departed at 8 am. The boat stopped by at Ko Pangan and Ko Tau piers to pick up and unload passengers, before taking us to Ko Nanyuang, a tiny island right next to Ko Tau, and anchored there. Smaller boats fetched us to the beach where we can snorkel. The snorkeling gear was provided. It was 11 am by the time i got into the water. The site was picture perfect but it was more like a swim then snorkeling. Not much to see under water. Some fish and dead coral pieces. By 12.30 pm we were back on the boat for buffet lunch. The Italian/Thai food served was very good. While having lunch the boat took off and anchored at Mango Bay, at the N side of Ko Tau, where the water was relatively deeper. After i got over the after meal laziness, i got into the water and snorkeled around the boat. Again, some fish and dead coral pieces. The high light was a few of us jumping off from the upper deck of the boat with the crowd cheering. The boat headed back at 2.30 pm. Minivan delivered ...