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Sandals LaSource Snorkeling

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Sandals LaSource Snorkeling

From a few of the reviews I've read online it seems like there may be a Sandals LaSource operated snorkeling trip.

Does anyone have any information on this?

Does it depart every day? Where does it go?

How is the snorkeling?

Is there an additional cost?

Any info you have would be great. We're headed down next week and like to do alot of snorkeling. Just wondering how much I need to book with outside vendors.

Thanks so much!!

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21. Re: Sandals LaSource Snorkeling

There are plenty of lionfish, all sizes lol, some locals eat them but as the fishery is so good, there really isnt an imperative to eat them, except for a few committed eco types. Legally its unlikely to be a problem. Only grenadians are legally allowed to use spearguns, tahitian spears arent a problem, but having a gun seized at the airport or finding a fisheries person arresting you is verrrry unlikely. More likely is your hotel banning them on their boats.

Hunting them will be illegal in the marine park, until they change the rules (they should) but most reefs arent in the park.

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22. Re: Sandals LaSource Snorkeling

Re fish to eat, if it swims in the caribbean, its available here, probably in quNtity. The fish house is the plce to buy it (ross point) at up to 9ec a pound, sushi quality yellowfin belly has to be ordered, but the rest of the fisj is about 8 ec a pound. The finest thing (imho) is to help haul a beach net full of jacks, some smaller sardine like fish, and possibly robin. These small fish once cleaned seasoned and fried are absolutely wonderful. Nb if you haul the net you are tntitled to your share for free, might be a pound or 2. If you dont get lucky helping, ralph in the vendors market will sell you some fried next day.

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23. Re: Sandals LaSource Snorkeling

They allowed you to snorkel past the ropes? Or did u have to sneak past them? Lol. Thanks

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24. Re: Sandals LaSource Snorkeling

Thank you so much for the follow-up regarding the resort & for being specific about snorkeling areas!

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25. Re: Sandals LaSource Snorkeling

We went on a boat tour to snorkel at the Sculpture park. The water was cloudy but each sculpture was withing reach as the water is only 15-20 foot deep. We are divers, so we were disappointed in the wild life but it was something different. We were there in Aug. so maybe the water is clearer at other times.

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26. Re: Sandals LaSource Snorkeling

Theres a river outfall in dragon bay, august is rainy season and the visibility is therefore often not wonderful then there. Its also not a good reef for fish, never was imho, especiallŷ now so many tourists visit to dive and snorkel in that small area. All the dive companies do visits to nicer offshore shallow reefs for snorkelling.

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