Swimming with the sharks

by freedomtravelers

The Belize Barrier Reef is a 260km stretch of reef which is second in size to only the Great Barrier Reef in Queensland. The reef has one of the most diverse reef ecosystems in the world and is one of the last reefs to remain in an almost pristine condition.

We went snorkelling on the reef and had one of the best days of our trip so far. We got to swim amongst fish, turtles, stingrays, dugongs and even a group of sharks!

 

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