Scuba Diving in Belize can be the perfect getaway during your vacation. Remember that safety and fun can be combined. Just follow these simple tips: 1.      Choose a scuba diving trip between daily reef boat dives which takes 10 to 20 minutes to the site by boat,  and The Great Blue Hole or Turneffe Elbow … Read more

Top 5 “You Must Dive…” Esmeralda

Ambergris Caye offers amazing diving places, has more than 35 dive diving sites where you can dive when you visit Belize. We are going to recommend you the top 5 diving sites “you must dive…” The first is Esmeralda; known for the tons of nurse sharks, black groupers, eels, lots of yellowtail snappers, and variety … Read more

Top 5 “You Must Dive”: Hol Chan Marine Reserve

Hol Chan Marine Reserve is our second place “You Must Dive”.  (The first is Esmeralda) Hol Chan opens to deeper waters beyond the reef; divers will be greeted with an eruption of vibrant fish, nurse sharks, rays, turtles and occasional dolphins. The eponymous sharks and rays are the site’s biggest attraction. The Government of Belize … Read more

Top 5 “You Must Dive”: The Atolls

As a refuge from the world in the outer Belize Cayes, where snorkelers and divers take in a rainbow of magnificent colours found on The Atoll’s shallow coral gardens and plunging walls. The Atoll is located 25 miles from Belize City and contains countless cayes, mangrove forests and a shallow lagoon with a maze of … Read more

Top 5 “You Must Dive”: The Great Blue Hole

The Lighthouse Reef Atoll is an underwater sinkhole formed at least 15 thousand years ago when the land was above sea level. The tour continues with the Blue Hole Dive, here you will enjoy nature and the enormous underwater stalactites. Adding to the trill of the dive are the resident Caribbean Reef Sharks which proceed … Read more

Turtles in Belize!

Juvenile and adult sea turtles are found throughout Belize and they are most commonly associated with healthy coral reefs. Belize is graced by the presence of one of the world´s most endangered marine species. Three varieties of sea turtles: green, hawksbill and loggerhead are regularly located between the coast and the barrier reef. Sea turtles … Read more

The Whale Shark in Belize!

There may be more than 360 species of sharks in the oceans of the world, and Belize’s pristine waters are home to a few of these great creatures. Among the sharks commonly seen scuba diving in Belize you can find the hammerhead shark, blacktip shark, bull shark, lemon shark, nurse shark, reef shark, tiger shark … Read more

Starfish (Sea Star)

There are some 2,000 species of sea star living in all the world’s oceans, from tropical habitats to the cold seafloor, most often near rocky shores. The five-arm varieties are the most common, hence their name, but species with 10, 20, and even 40 arms exist. Many species are brightly coloured in various shades of … Read more

Why Belize is The Perfect Place to Dive

Belize has the second-longest reef in the world, with different depths; from coral gardens to the deeper, large shallow structures in which you´ll have contact with exotic marine animals. It doesn´t matter if you haven´t done it before, you´ll be able to enjoy this majestic sport. If you don´t have the necessary equipment, many dive … Read more

Belize Barrier Reef

Belize lies on the Eastern or Caribbean Coast of Central America; it´s separated by sea from its neighbor to the South –West, Honduras. The inner coastal waters are shallow and are sheltered by a line of coral reefs, dotted with over 200 cayes, extending the entire length of the country. The cayes range in size … Read more

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