Slip into tide pools. Snorkel thriving reefs. Lose yourself in the beauty of bioluminescence. Your introduction to real-world marine biology begins here.
The answers to the big questions: How do fish sleep? What is coral? Where does sand come from? And the even bigger questions: What is my place on Earth? What can I do to affect change and make things better? You can find them here as you snorkel into the mysteries of the underworld on the Bahamian island of San Salvador. It’s an aspiring marine biologists’ paradise. Reefs, freshwater blue holes, tide pools and mangrove channels filled with shrimp, jellyfish and coral that are just waiting to be explored – by you. So grab your snorkel gear and microscope and dive in.
- Hands-on introduction to marine biology at a research station in the Bahamas
- Snorkel on the thriving reefs off San Salvador in the Bahamas
- Witness bioluminescence on a nighttime snorkel
- Learn about fish, coral and the entire marine ecosystem