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Bon On Boat to Snorkle

One of Many Fish I Saw

One of Many Fish I Saw

One of Many Fish I Saw

One of Many Fish I Saw

One of Many Other Great Corals & Stuff I Saw

One of Many Fish I Saw

One of Many Fish I Saw

One of Many Fish I Saw

Scub Junkie Highly Recommend!

Scub Junkie Highly Recommend!

One of Islands We Snorkeled

Another of Islands We Snorkeled

Our Guide, Kat and Bon

Our Little Group

These Boats Are Live-Aboard People From Philippines

Scuba Junkie Folks Do Many Volunteer Projects

Another Project

Area Heavily Impacted By Tourism

Lots of Folks Getting Scuba Certified...Snorkeling Is Great, Scuba Not Necessary Here!

Where We Snorkeled Close to Island - House Reef


Wiki Info Mabul Is

Wiki Info Kapalai Is

Snorkeling off Mabul Isl - Lobster Wall and Panglima Reef plus Kapalai Isl. House Reef. All were great - seeing at least 6 green turtles, some really huge, a couple of them came back to within 5' of us to have a second look! Lots of great coral (hard and soft) and reef fish, first time I've seen a coronett fish eat a small schooling fish in a cloud of same so thick you could hardly see anything else. All in all, a wonderful time wiht enthusiastic guides/helpers who were everywhere seeing to everyone's needs. A very big operation expertly run! Our main gal, Monica, plus her helper, Kat (NY Irish) were just super friendly and helpful. There were 5-6 of us snorkeling but Bon & I and a UK fellow on holiday were left to do our own thing - Kat was watching over an Oriental family in life jackets with a 5 yr. old. Couldn't imagine a better experience with wide range of talent coordinated efficiently and safely! Highly recommend Scuba Junky!!

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