Lizard Island provides amazing Great Barrier Reef snorkelling conditions, right off the beach. The “Clam Garden” is only a short swim from the beach at Watson’s Bay, and excellent sites are also found at Anchor Bay, and Sunset Beach - all within short walking distance of your accommodation. All snorkeling equipment and lessons are included in your tariff and our qualified marine staff will ensure you have everything you need. Beach SnorkellingFind an abundance of reef snorkelling in Anchor Bay, in front of the Resort, as well as at Sunset Beach and Watson's Bay where large concentrations of giant clams can be viewed, both within short walking distance from the Resort.Guided Beach Snorkel Under the supervision of our qualified team, you’ll discover amazing fish, coral and other marine creatures that live just metres below the surface. This activity is suitable for both beginners and experienced snorkellers. Beginners are recommended to participate in the ‘Introduction to Snorkelling’ prior to joining this activity. Local Snorkel Join your in-water guide for an introduction to marine life in one of our many dazzling locations around Lizard Island.Snorkelling Lessons If you have never snorkelled before, or it has been a while and your confidence is lacking, we recommend that you participate in a complimentary 30 minute lesson from 7.45 a.m. to 8.15 a.m. prior to the Reef Tour departure. Please collect your snorkelling equipment from the Beach Club prior to the lesson. It is followed by a short guided snorkel, offering a complimentary interpretive tour on the reef directly in front of the Beach Club in Anchor Bay. Guide for SnorkellersWhilst Lizard Island offers a variety of snorkelling for the novice through to the very experienced, it is also important to highlight the following points to ensure an enjoyable and safe experience. Snorkelling and swimming is permitted off any beach, however the Lagoon area is restricted by the tides. Tide times are posted on the Activities Board at the Beach Club and briefs on restrictions are always given before any organised snorkel activity. Watch your buoyancy so that you do not drag your fins on the coral and never stand on the coral. Do not snorkel or swim alone or out of sight to family and friends. Snorkelling is generally a safe activity, however this exercise can aggravate certain medical conditions such as asthma and heart conditions. You should only participate in the activity with this understanding. For more information and pricing, please download the fact sheet, call 1300 863 248 (in Australia) or +61 3 9426 7550 (outside Australia) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.