In a cove on Bonefish Lagoon, visitors to Half Moon Cay have a chance to come face-to-face with stingrays. A naturalist gives an overview about the fish and their behavior, habitat and life cycle, then, following a safety briefing, guests can don masks and snorkels and enter the water to touch them. If you’re worried about the “sting” in stingrays, the fish are rarely aggressive toward humans and tend to sting only when someone accidentally steps on them. The on-site naturalists are experts at assuring this will not happen.

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