Wade into the sparkling water at Ned’s Beach, at the island’s north-east, to hand feed the fish.
You will instantly be surrounded by a feeding frenzy of Mullet, Wrasse, Garfish, Silver-drummer, Spangled Emperor and Kingfish.
Golden sand leads into calm waters ideal for kids, who paddle at the edge or snorkel above a colourful kaleidoscope of fish and corals along a fringing coral reef. Masks, fins and snorkels are stored at Ned’s Beach for the cost of a contribution to the ‘honesty box’, in a testament to times past.
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