Last Updated on January 7, 2021
The Great Barrier Reef
The Great Barrier Reef stretches along the distance of 2300 km. This mesmerizing natural treasure covers about 1400 km of Australian coastline and hosts about 3000 separate and distinct reefs. Moreover, it is the biggest ecosystem of coral reefs on earth.
This large reefs expansion reaches around 900 islands. However, the most popular snorkeling location is Whitsunday Island, which is home to so many marine species such as manta rays, beautiful colored fish, sharks and other kinds of corals.
It has even some ‘Nemos’ and barracudas living in there, as well as interesting remnants of shipwrecks. This abundance of bright, colorful creatures as well as gaze owning sites make the Great Barrier Reef the perfect spot for marine adventures including boat tours and scuba diving as well as snorkeling.