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Combo Stingray-Feeding and Multi-Reef Snorkel Tour

Snorkel incredible reefs and discover fascinating wildlife on this 6-hour ocean tour from Grand Bahama. In a small group of no more than six people, take the opportunity to hand-feed southern stingrays in their natural element and snorkel a sunken boat wreck.

At the designated time, get picked up from your hotel or from the harbor. Greet your guide and embark on your 6-hour ocean expedition.

Head for the West End, which has numerous reefs ranging from near-shore to sites located off Indian Cay and Wood Cay. These two cays are in close proximity to West End and offer exceptional clear seas and an abundance of marine life. The shallow depths around the cays average 4-8 feet. Migrating and residents bird also frequent the cays year round.

A visit to Nirvana Reef and the Boat Wreck make for an exciting opportunity to see hundreds of fish in shallow water. The area has a number of exotic fish worthy of taking a closer look. Underwater cameras are recommended.

Just off Settlement Point are two more amazing reef systems filled with various coral and fish. Heading toward the southern coast is Bootle Bay, and additional reefs that meander along the shoreline in depths of six to 12 feet (two to 3.5 meters).

Discover the most dynamic ecosystem at Sandy Cay, about eight miles off West End. After a briefing about the foraging habits and personalities of the stingrays, you may be lucky enough to receive a visit from the cay's largest stingray Big Brownie. The feeding lasts about 50 minutes and ends with a 15-minute snorkel with the rays in their own environment.

Take an optional 15-minute walking ecotour of Sandy Cay before heading over to snorkel a sunken boat wreck. Submerged in only 10 feet (three meters) of water, subject to weather and sea conditions, the wreck is filled with thousands of fish and marine life.