Snorkeling in the Montego Bay offers a scope of feeling the warm mineral water from springs meeting with the ocean waters. The Doctor's Cave Beach is another favorite spot.
The Dolphin Cove, on the northern coast of Jamaica, is a place to watch playful dolphins showing their antics in the water.
The coral reefs such as Coyoba, Sea World and Royal Reefs give an excellent opportunity to see the marine life swimming among the walls of the reefs. Colorful aquatic creatures like barjacks, blue and brown chromis, yellow-headed wrasses, and spotlight parrot fish are found in and around the reefs. Snorkeling though the waters of Jamaica are almost free from threats like sharks. However one needs to follow certain guidelines to avoid any sort of trouble. Some stinging creatures of the sea like the stingrays are to be avoided. No one should go in too far into the ocean without a guide. The crevices in the reefs may be the home of sea creatures, so it is advised not to put ones hands inside. The coral reefs are brittle, so it is not proper to walk on them.
The tourists indulging in snorkeling in Jamaica can witness the beauties of marine life under water and it is illegal to take away anything from the sea.