Sports Camera: San Blas
San Blas comprises an archipelago made up of more than 360 islands. The two biggest of these islands are claimed by Colombia, and the rest of them are held by Panama. Both countries offer entries to get to the islands, and there is a small airport on San Blas itself. The water here is amazingly clear, offering some of the highest visibility for snorkeling of any spot on Earth, which means you can make some very clear pictures with a sports camera.
Sports Camera: Bonaire
Bonaire is sort of an afterthought when it comes to the islands of the Caribbean, but it is home to some grand snorkeling opportunities. The coral here is very healthy and home to an abundance of tropical fish, which you can capture on the GeekPro sports camera.
Sports Camera: Safaga, Egypt
A lot of snorkelers have a visit to the Red Sea on their bucket lists. There are lots of great places to snorkel in the Red Sea, but none is any better than Safaga. This is one of the least crowded resort areas with great snorkeling along coast of the Red Sea. And it is only a few hours’ drive from Safaga to Luxor, which is the home of the most celebrated pyramids in Egypt as well as the Great Sphinx. It is a great way to use your sports camera underwater and on land.
Sports Camera: Seychelles Islands
These 100 islands that are full of some of the most wonderful snorkeling spots on the planet. The coral reefs in this area are very full of marine life, and they are absolutely stunning as well, which is why it is good place to try out you’re GeekPro sports camera. The best way to explore the Seychelles Islands is to rent a boat and hire a guide to take you to all of the best snorkeling spots around the island.
Sports Camera Norman Reef, Australia
The Great Barrier Reef is broadly considered to be the ultimate snorkeling destination in the world. Norman Reef is perhaps the most spectacular part of the entire expanse of the Great Barrier Reef. It is a great palace to capture the most gorgeous tropical fish or a giant clams on your sports camera.