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Our resort kokomo resort has a dedicated area for resort guest. It's a beautiful beach. Walking in its deceiving. The garden is really run down and up keep is poor but when you hit the beach OMG, it breath taking. When the ocean is calm...More
Love snorkelling here, beautiful and full of life, beautiful beach as well and amazing accommodation very close by, we stayed in Blue Villa which is a few minutes walk away and loved the fact we could come here daily
We did a half day snorkel cruise which was really nice, but wanted to do some shoreline snorkeling. We debated between Smith's Reef and The Bight. Some reviews seemed to indicate Smith's was better so we went there. Unfortunately, at a slow time of year,...More
This is a great place for beginning snorkeling! Easy to get too and plenty of parking at the Bight Children’s Park. Beautiful beach with gradually sloping beach even out into the water. The reef you want to view is to the left of the main...More
It was worth the visit. we got to see tons of fish as well as a few sea turtles. You can snorkel to the reef right off the beach. It is a worthy stop especially if you don't plan on taking a snorkel cruise.
We walked down to Bights Reef from the Alexandra Resort and frankly we didn't expect to see much given the close proximity to so many resorts and people, but I was pleasantly surprised by the number of fish (parrotfish, tangs, puffers) that we saw on...More
My husband and I came to this place to snorkel two days in a row, we liked it so much! We pulled in to the street that says "Somewhere" on the Beach / Coral Gardens, and parked at the end of the little road. The...More