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Is snorkeling safe for non swimmers?
The short answer is yes, doing it right non-swimmers can snorkel! Once understanding this, a shallow waters area is needed to offer the briefing, where non- swimmers feel safe and open to listening to any instruction.
What should you not do while snorkeling?
Do not touch corals, fish or turtles. The only thing you can touch safely is sand and rock and water (that means with your fins also). Read our snorkeling etiquette page for learning how to develop skills for taking a break in the water without having to stand. Don’t use harmful sunscreen.
Is it OK to snorkel alone?
As long as you exercise certain precautions, and are aware of the dangers of snorkelling alone so that you’re prepared, then you can enjoy solo snorkelling safely. … If it’s a controlled area with slow currents, then you should be OK, but if you’re hitting up an unfamiliar spot then it’s not a good idea to snorkel alone.