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Malmok Reef, Palm - Eagle Beach

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Become an adventurer and dive into the crystal clear waters of Malmok Reef. The underwater world will surprise and delight you with its colorful marine life--including brain coral and the occasional school of barracudas--as well as the remains of sunken ships, such as the Debbie II. Go on a treasure hunt, or swim with fish and sea turtles. Snorkeling is the main activity here; however, if you prefer dry land, you could settle for a little bit of sunbathing on the soft sand beach. Work out when and for how long to visit Malmok Reef and other Palm - Eagle Beach attractions using our handy Palm - Eagle Beach tour planner.
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  • The ocean was a little rough the day we went out, so hard to tell what it would normally be like. Once we got deeper in our dive, it was very nice and enjoyed the sunken boat to explore  more »
  • There's fishes... all sorts of sizes and varieties. 2 years ago, this reef was buzzing with large fishes and coral.... sadly this time around... not much coral left. Enjoy while you can, the next gene...  more »
  • Come on time to quietly can snorkel. After 900 hours we discuss the larger boats with tourists but for that time much to see. There are a few umbrellas on the small beach.
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