Florida’s natural wonders extend far beyond its gorgeous state parks and pristine beaches. In the Sunshine State, you can explore a whole other world just by dipping below the surface, where the Florida sun shines across stunning flora, fauna, and sights that you rarely get to see in person. This special underwater Florida tour will let you walk across the ocean floor and explore a whole new world.

Destin Snorkel will take you out to the gorgeous waters of the Emerald Coast, giving the curious explorer plenty of ways to enjoy the ocean and beach. You can hunt for shells on the shore, cruise with wild dolphins at sunset, or snorkel several different locations.

But probably the most exciting excursion they offer is a thing called SNUBA. It may sound like someone just sneezed, but it’s actually an amazing way to experience the world beneath the waves.

The perfect combination of snorkeling and scuba diving, SNUBA doesn’t require a certification or even prior experience. With a 20-foot air line connecting to a standard scuba tank, you can walk on the ocean floor for up to 30 minutes.

Never has unlocking your inner mermaid been so easy and accessible!

The tours last for about two to three hours, letting you wander up to 20 feet into the watery depths.

You’ll even get to see marine life that isn’t usually viewable with simple snorkeling equipment, like sea anemones, flounders, and tons of others.

While no prior snorkeling or scuba experience is necessary, you should feel comfortable in the water and with your swimming skills.

You’ll start in shallow water to get used to the gear and moving around, and then your adventure really begins.

At $90 per adult, you can book your reservation any day of the week except Sundays. So get ready for the underwater adventure of a lifetime, walking freely on the ocean floor.

Snuba Tours

Price: $90 per adult

Address: 10 Harbor Blvd., Destin, FL

Why You Need To Go: Unlock your inner mermaid and explore the world beneath the waves in a whole new way with SNUBA!


We strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment and obey any local laws.

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