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Find secluded shores and excellent snorkelling at Daniels Head Park, spanning 17 coastal acres on the West End. The two public, protected beaches have perpetually calm water and shallow reefs where snorkellers can spot angelfish, sergeant majors and other tropical species. Daniels Head was previously the site of the Canadian Forces Station, an army base used during WWII, and the empty barracks are still there. The park has bathrooms, showers and parking.

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Catherine J | Jul 27, 2018

“lovely swim with turtles”

The beaches are nice ,but best part was swimming amongst the turtles in the shallow crystal clear water. There is some shade , toilets and a small kiosk selling drinks. The only thing that was...

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