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When you think of going snorkeling, you might think about going to a tropical destination and spending hundreds of dollars on your adventure. Little do some know, there's a spot right in Georgia where you can do just that, but for free. Go snorkeling adventure near Georgia to spice up your weekend and immerse yourself in nature. 

The Conasauga Snorkel Hole is located in the middle of the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest, near the Georgia-Tennessee state line, about two hours from Atlanta.

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Taking a snorkeling adventure in the waters surrounding Florida is an astounding adventure. There are so many treasures to discover hidden beneath the emerald waves and among the vast coral reefs. One Florida snorkeling tour will take you on an adventure to a hidden gem off the coast of the Keys, to a submerged statue of Christ himself.

He sits submerged among the reef of John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, which sits off the coast of Key Largo.

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The Florida Keys are a paradisiacal adventure just waiting to be explored. Besides sailing, snorkeling, drinking, and general beach-lounging, there are other much more unique experiences to be had in the Keys. You can experience the beauty of the Caribbean like never before with this unique thing to do in Key West — an underwater adventure, where you cruise beneath the water’s surface on your own personal mini-sub!

The scooters are surprisingly easy to use, just have a seat and you’ll be able to breathe the steady flow of oxygen within the scuba-dome, with no need for a snorkel.

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The Sunshine State is already a beautiful place to take an adventure, but wouldn't it be even better if you could head home with a souvenir you found yourself? These fossil and gem mining spots are the perfect places for a little Florida Adventure with treasures to take home. You're gonna want to grab your BFFs for this list!

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The Sunshine State, mostly known for being a tropical paradise, is so much more than beachy views, gators, and Florida Man headlines. If you know where you look, you can immerse yourself in some really cool places to go in Florida that will give you breathtaking nature views.

From sparkling crystal clear blue springs to miniature rainforests, wild biking ramp filled trails shrouded in shade and romantic canopy-covered pathways, you'll find a little bit of it all on this list.

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