Probably the best snorkeling I have done, and I have done some great snorkeling! It is not crowded, and the reef is very accessable, just a few feet from the beach, starting in shallow water. There is a marked snorkeling trail around a closed off circle inside of a roped off area. The waves are small and the current is not strong. The reef is pretty and colorful, and we saw many sea creatures of different shapes sizes and colors, including lots of cool coral, sea cucumbers, flounders, sting rays, sea turtles, TONS of parrotfish, queen triggerfish, queen angelfish, groupers, snappers, trumpetfish, and even BARRACUDAS! We loved it so much we came back again three times the same week. The only negative thing I have to say is the reef is near an old unfinished hotel that is supposedly home to homeless people. Not very pleasant. Still, the Bight Reef is definitely worth seeing!
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