Thursday, January 22, 2015

Traveling To The Great Barrier Reef

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The wonders of the Great Barrier Reef are certainly no mystery to anyone who is an ocean lover or a scuba and snorkeling enthusiast. But even if you are not an ocean lover or a snorkeling enthusiast, you are still probably familiar with the Great Barrier Reef. After all, the Great Barrier Reef is the largest structure in the world made of living organisms, and it can also be seen from outer space!


The Great Barrier Reef is very well protected because of the volatility of coral reefs and because of the great breadth of sea life that calls this reef home. But even with all of the protection in place, there are places where you can visit the reef for snorkeling and scuba diving.

The Great Barrier Reef is located in the Coral Sea - off the northeast coast of Australia. If you want to visit the Great Barrier Reef, you will be able to access it by boat once you travel to Queensland in Australia.

Due to the popularity of the Great Barrier Reef as a tourist destination, you will not have a difficult time finding lodging of all sorts along the coast. You can find basic lodging that can save you a lot of money, and you can find five-star lodging with everything you could want in the way of luxury. The same goes for food as well, as there are restaurants that cater to those on a budget, and there are restaurants that cater to big spenders!

When you go out into the reef, you will see some the most diverse sea life you could find in one area. Not only will you find all the normal reef animals, but you will also find several endangered species, several species of sea turtles, and a variety of dolphins and whales! Additionally, you will swim across sharks and stingrays, and if you bring an underwater camera, you are certain to get some priceless shots.

The Great Barrier Reef is a long trip if you are traveling from the States; but if you have a desire to experience some of the best snorkeling and scuba diving possible, it is well worth the trip!

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