Swimming in the open water or local lake is fun for about 15 minutes, but then as time drags on it quickly becomes either tiring, boring, or both.
But one of the most underrated activities you can do in the water while on a relatively tight budget, and without the need for lessons, is snorkeling.
Men have been snorkeling for years, however, just recently snorkeling technology has improved tremendously.
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Snorkeling with today’s gear is measurably better than the flimsy straw-like tube and separate foggy (and leaky) mask that you used to rely on when you were a kid.
Today’s snorkels actually come in a full face form factor which is terrific for long durations in the water (which you will undoubtedly be doing) along with giving you the ability to breath through either your nose or mouth.
The fog-free masks allow you to have an unobstructed panoramic view of the sea life around you while still retaining a steady flow of oxygen from the surface.
Beyond the incredible views that you will have of the sea floor, these masks will also allow you to easily capture unbelievable moments as many offer mounts for your GoPro.
Here’s a list of some of best full face snorkel masks that you should consider before you book your next tropical trip: