Richardson's beach is located in Hilo, Hawaii, which is the most populated city of the island. Hilo is an old fashioned bay front town, with tropical rain forest climate all year long and home of the Tsunami Museum, dedicated to the understanding of the 1946 Pacific Tsunami.
- ABOUT THE SPOT
Snorkeling in Camp Cove Beach, Sydney, New South Wales Australia
The north end of Camp Cove beach is a popular snorkeling location, thanks to its amazing marine life. It is a safe and easy activity since the spot is protected from the wind due to the rock wall of South Head.
Visibility is great during high tide. The average depth of the dive site is 4 m/13 ft and the maximum depth is 6-7 m/19-22 ft. Water temperature is up to 21°C / 69.8°F in summer and early autumn months and between 14-18°C / 57.2-64.4°F in winter.
Snorkelers will have the opportunity to admire an amazing marine life, such as seahorse, cuttlefish, sea-dragon, Sydney Octopus, goatfish, yellow tail, luderick and schools of Damselfish. Also, hermit crabs, sea anemone and sea urchins can be observed. Watch out for boats.
Note: it can be crowded on weekends with diving schools and swimmers, so be patient.