Church Bay may well be Bermuda's best-known snorkeling beach. Though cliffs and outcrops certainly make it scenic, the beach itself is quite small and nearly drowned during high tide. What it lacks in sunbathing options, however, it more than makes up for with a wonderland of easily accessible nearshore reefs.
Church Bay's reefs are often justly compared with a natural aquarium. Fish of all description--parrotfish, angelfish, and more--congregate in these submarine gardens. And the show's yours to enjoy, all you need is a mask, snorkel, and swimfins.
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