Choosing the right snorkel for snorkelling can some times seem difficult as there are so many different types of snorkels available.
Dry Top Snorkels
Use a floating mechanism that prevents water from entering the snorkel, which is great in rough or choppy waters.
Flexible and Dive Snorkels
Feature silicone that is able to drop away from your face when you spit out the mouthpiece.
J-Curve Snorkels or Freediving Snorkels
The first kind of snorkels ever made. These are shorter and are contoured for your face. Freediving snorkels can be flexible or rigid. But normally recommended for normal snorkelling activities.