Hol Chan, Shark Ray Alley and Caye Caulker Snorkel Day Trip

Listing Type
Tour/Activity
Tour Type
Aquatic, Cruise Excursion, Marine
Departs From
San Pedro (Ambergris Caye)
Intensity Level
Moderate
$
125
/ Person
Trusted Provider
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  • No Booking Fees
No Foreign Transaction Fee for USA customers.
Belizing Experiences A
Response rate: 
85%
Response time:
2 hours
Location Information
Departure:
San Pedro
About Listing
Features:
Barrier | Coral Reef
Caribbean Sea
Marine Life
Marine Reserve
Highlights
  • Turtles
  • Nurse Sharks
Description
Enjoy a Fun Day at Sea. Snorkel the Largest Barrier Reef.
 
Suitable for:
Kids
Teens
Adults
Families
Groups
Couples
Seniors
Recommended Age Range:
Under 10
11 - 20
21 - 30
31 - 40
41 - 50
Over 50
What is Included?
Things the supplier includes without any extra cost.
  • Resort pick up/drop off
  • Two snorkel stops
  • Caye Island Time
  • Snorkel Gears
  • Water
What to bring?
Recommended items to bring on the trip.
  • Change of clothes
  • Sun block
  • Sun glasses
  • Flip flops
Rates
The base rates charged by the provider. This includes all taxes and applicable fees.
Capacity:
15 people
Minimum:
2 people
Minimum number of people.
Price
Unless otherwise indicated, prices are in US dollars.
Per
Price
Unless otherwise indicated, prices are in US dollars.
Person
$
125
Special Instructions for Rates
Lunch and $10US pp Park entrance fees not included. Bring cash for this.
 
Itinerary
Activity
Description
Time
Duration
Ho Chan Shark Ray Alley and Caye Caulker Day TripWe pick you up by boat from your resort at 9am. Just walk down the dock. We then throttle along the reef to Hol Chan Marine Reserve for the first snorkel stop at Hol Chan then we head over to Shark Ray Alley. At Hol Chan we snorkel slowly in groups of eight getting a guided tour following your guide from the boat to the reef then cross the natural break or channel, then back along the reef before heading back to the boat. It will be like a loop. We snorkel from the boat to the reef and back. The depth will be from 10 feet around the boat to 30 feet crossing the channel. Hol Chan means small cut or channel in Maya- we don't snorkel outside the reef. We stay on the inside. The deepest it will get is 30 feet. You can snorkel around the boat at 10 feet and still see thousands of fish along with other marine life like nurse sharks and stingrays. We spend about an hour and a half at Hol Chan. We continue throttling along the reef towards Caye Caulker and stop for a snorkel of Shark Ray Alley. Here we snorkel around the boats anchored to buoys. There is no natural break or channel on the reef at Shark Ray Alley. Nurse Sharks and Stingrays swim under the boat at about 15-20 feet deep. You can free dive the sandy bottom to get a closer view of the rays and maybe even touch the nurse sharks. We spend an hour at Shark Ray Alley. After snorkelling both Hol Chan and Shark Ray Alley at Hol Chan Marine Reserve, we continue throttling along the reef towards Caye Caulker. Caye Caulker is a small island. Along the beach there are restaurants and bars you can buy local food and drinks. We usually just base at the “Split”. Caye Caulker has a narrow channel passing through it splitting the island in two. This area is popular for the open sandy beaches and island ambiance. There is a restaurant and bar located at the Split if you don't want to walk further down the beach for food and drinks. After snorkeling two stops and spending island time on Caye Caulker for lunch and drinks, we will drop you off at your resort around 5pm.9:00 AM7 hours
Activities
Learning
Sightseeing
Snorkeling
Swimming
Transportation
Is Transportation provided?:
Yes
Transport Info.
Important Transportation/Pickup Information
Pick up by boat from your resort on the dock if you are near San Pedro Town.
 
Availability
Schedule
Dates
Daily
Payment & Cancellation
Cancellation Policy
No refunds
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