Snorkelling on Koh Rong
What we say:
You can rent gear at most guesthouses. Monkey Island and Bamboo Guesthouse have the least expensive equipment at $2.50 for a snorkel and mask.
If you want fins, you can rent a snorkel, mask and fins for $5 from the Dive Shop. They're also willing to take you along on their diving boat and feed you lunch for another $10, but those who have done it say that the dive sites aren't always suitable for snorkelling and you won't necessarily find out until it's too late.
You can arrange a personalised snorkelling tour with Frank at the Corner Bar, including fins, snorkel, masks and drinks. Price depends on numbers and locations, but he's got the gen on good spots for coral reefs and happily imparts his local knowledge.
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