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Best Snorkeling near/in Punta Cana?

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My husband and I are going to be staying in Punta Cana in May. We love to snorkel and after reading many posts on different websites, we are a bit disappointed to read that the snorkeling isn't good in Punta Cana. We are happy to book excursions to other locations - we would like advice on the best locations nearby, best outfitters/companies, and options for private or semi-private trips. We're not opposed to going with other travelers, but would like to avoid "spring break" mentality. Ultimately, the best snorkeling is what we're after (i.e., lots of and best variety of sea life). :) We just returned from Fiji where the snorkeling was amazing with the exception of (ironically) the Coral Coast - where the reef is dead so other sea life doesn't proliferate. We've also been to Hawaii many times, so we are a bit spoiled. I can't SCUBA due to ear problems, so we stick to snorkeling. Thank you, any advice is appreciated!

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