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Raffles Snorkeling, Food, Relaxing?

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We were considering spending 3 days in Barbados since we have visied the island twice in years past but then fly over to Raffles for 6 days. But the key is very good snorkeling. While we went tp Tobago Caye from Petit St. Vincent 6-7 uears ago (it was very good) we would return with Raffles but would want at least 2 other outings of 3 hrs. with 2 or 3 stops each on a small tour boat with maybe 6-8 other hotel guests that offers quality snorkeling (variety of corals/colors, variety of fish, sea fans, sea anenomes) almost as good as Tobago Caye at on each trip. We do not enjoy traveling for 1+hr. rt. to 1 spot that is o.k. and spend 30-40 minutes in the water and return so they fill up 2 hours.We are looking for food equal to Little Dix, PI and somewhat better than Caneel.
If we go not at "normal" school breaks will will find more than 10-15 children under 11-12 trs. old based on your experience. At the cost we would not want to be disappointed.Thanks.

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