Did you perhaps mean snorkeling?
- v. present participle of snorkel.
“The same owners operate Mar y Aventuras, specializing in snorkelling, kayak and whale-watching trips.”
“We are interested in snorkelling a lot and will have equipment with us.”
“And, even if you know nothing about swimming or snorkelling, which is the thing to do here, slide into a life buoy, bob about in the aquamarine waters, and know that all is well with the world!”
“During Ben's five minute chat with Oprah he was able to give a first-hand account of what it's like to have the Best Job in the World and enjoy a range of fantastic Queensland experiences, such as snorkelling, diving and bushwalking," he said.”
“There's plenty to do in the area, including scuba diving and snorkelling trips to take you down into the caves under the hotel.”
“Not a lot of good snorkelling days left in March, but what's a little cold air compared to the joy of stepping into such a spectacular alternate reality, for free?”
“This is an excellent reminder to pack my snorkelling gear tomorrow so I can go to the beach after work.”
“Visibility for snorkelling and scuba diving is especially good around the islets.”
“The French tourist who died while snorkelling on 1 August was named in the Seychelles media as Nicolas François Virolle, 36.”
“While visiting Guayabitos, take a boat ride to nearby Isla Islote for some snorkelling, or simply a day at small but very beautiful beach.”
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