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We debarked from our cruise ship and headed for Jinek beach. At a fork in the road we were told it would cost US$ 15 to proceed. We asked if we could look before we paid. Because of the language problem we understood we could...More
Right next to where you get dropped off is a wineglass bay with great coral reefs. The first 50 metres is dead coral but experienced snorkelers can glide over this with flippers but be careful as the water depth is only one foot and you...More
Thanks for the review Brittney, I checked out the spot you refer to and agree it's Amazing and thanks for the tip! But I will also add it's very far off of the beach probaby half a mile, with dangerous currents boat traffic and apparently...More
Close to the beach there is only dead coral. However if you swim further out you will see amazing coral and hundreds of fish, many different varieties. You need some kind of water shoes to protect your feet. A part wetsuit is also recommended for...More
Short walk after you tender in. Go up the hill turn left walk along road bare right when you see the sign for beach.
The snorkeling was great, many colorful fish, coral multiple colors, huge live clam shells. Well worth the small price to go...More
Definitely take reef shoes, it was rough! Other than that it was a nice swim although very crowded with all my fellow ship mates. I did see a turtle although we didn't snorkel as it didn't look like there was anything to see
Easo is a small tribal village. There are a few places to go to for views, visit the church etc but our favourite was to walk across the island to Jinak Bay
This is a coral garden and it costs about $A15 to swim. Take...More