During our recent trip to the Atlantis Resort in Nassau, Brooke and I spent some time snorkeling the underwater ruins.
The two million gallon tank holds sharks, manta rays, eels, grouper and a variety of other sea life and can be seen through windows in the underwater walkway that meanders through the resort.
Man-made ruins recreate the Lost City of Atlantis.
We donned our snorkel kit and dove in – along with several others in our group, including a teenaged girl who screamed out loud whenever she saw anything that moved. Believe me, there was alot of moving sea life. Thus, a lot of screaming. Where were the sharks when we needed them?
It was pretty incredible to be swimming whilst surrounded by an array of sea life.
The rest of the dive was beautiful, if uneventful.
I swam by a resting Giant Grouper . . .
And took time out to wave to those looking into the tank through the windows.
This eel had the good grace to stay in his hidey-hole and not scare the life out of me.