South Florida Snorkel mermaid retreat

Learn how to snorkel and get certified in the great county of Miami-Dade with divemaster Gregory Rodgers from Diveheart and Mermaid Esmerelda. 5 days of unlimited house reef snorkeling, breakfast, lunch and dinner made fresh daily by our chef, free WiFi, roundtrip FLL/MIA airport transfers, tax and service charges all included. Blue Lagoon Farms located in the town of Homestead will be among the many swimming sites we will visit for professional photoshooting during our down time. Networking with water sports professionals and social events including the public will also be optional to attend.

$399.00

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5 DAYS 4 NIGHTS / SNORKELING / CERTIFIED DIVERS includes room accommodations, breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, unlimited snorkeling.
Upgrades available for $88.00 per person (shared). Snorkel with the group twice a day after completing the swim test, training and certification course in the pool. 

 

A sample itinerary for optional scheduled activities (cultural/historical sites, hiking, animal interactions, spa and wellness, etc)  provided upon request

Includes transfers from Mia/Fll Airport to the Resort. Land transfer takes around 20 minutes. (spa appointments available at an additional charge of $333 per person).

 

 

About Miami

The convenience of retreating in Miami offers numerous advantages. As one of our nation’s earliest settled states, there is a richness in evidence seen in rebuilt Spanish Monasteries, elegant estates and plenty of underwater remnants of that history to be discovered by you. Upon visiting the Venetian pool, you will witness early photos of mermaids decorating the lagoon of a casino in an era now gone. Pirates from the past are reincarnated in the streets of downtown and south beach yet the sirens songs lull them to passivity every time. Miles and miles of white sand beaches await you.

Snorkeling in Miami Tips

In locations like Miami Beach, there are sunscreen dispensers conveniently located on the beach. Make sure to use reef safe sunscreen all the time as the sun can be intense. It is advisable to carry a refillable water bottle and use a hat if you like.

What to Pack for Snorkeling in Miami

The tropical climate lends itself to light, compact attire such as T-shirts, shorts and swimsuits for wearing around the beaches and pools. It is advisable to bring a least one nicer change of clothes for dining out, as downtown areas in Miami and other cities have delectable restaurants and exclusive nightspots perfect for spontaneous photoshoots.

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