Hol Chan and Shark Ray Alley Snorkel Trip on the Sirena Azul Sailboat

Listing Type
Tour/Activity
Tour Type
Aquatic, Marine
Departs From
San Pedro (Ambergris Caye)
Intensity Level
Easy
Attraction(s)
Hol Chan Marine Reserve, Shark Ray Alley
$
60
/ Person
$
440
/ Group
Trusted Provider
  • Secure Online Payment
  • No Booking Fees
Blue T
Response rate: 
54%
Response time:
several hours
Location Information
Departure:
Blue Tang Inn, San Pedro Town
About Listing
Features:
Caribbean Sea, Marine Life, Marine Reserve
Highlights
  • Hol Chan Marine Reserve
  • Shark Ray Alley
  • Helpful and attentive captain and crew!
  • Turtles, Sting Rays, Nurse Sharks, Blue Tangs, Lobster, Conch, Star Fish
Description
Depart Blue Tang Inn on the Sirena Azul Sailboat at 8:30am or 1:30pm daily.  Sail, relax and enjoy the aqua blue Caribbean for about 45 minutes to Hol Chan Marine Reserve.  Here, a guide will lead you along the reef, pointing out the many interesting fish and coral formations. This beautiful, small channel contains many different schools of fish. Turtles, sting rays, groupers, horse-eyed jacks, snappers, and sergeant majors will escort you through this very scenic tour around the channel. Next stop is Shark Ray Alley, where you can snorkel with friendly Nurse sharks & southern stingrays next to the boat. Sip a refreshing drink on your return to Blue Tang Inn at 12 Noon or 5pm. Bring sunscreen, hat and a light sweater along. Snorkel gear is available for rent at the Blue Tang Inn office.
 
 

Suitable for:
Kids
Teens
Adults
Families
Groups
Couples
Seniors
Recommended Age Range:
11 - 20
21 - 30
31 - 40
41 - 50
Over 50
What is Included?
Things the supplier includes without any extra cost.
  • Soda, Water & Snack
  • Park Fee
  • Snorkel Gear
What to bring?
Recommended items to bring on the trip.
  • Towel
  • Sunglasses & Hat
  • Camera
  • Sunscreen
  • Sweater
  • Snorkel Gear available at Blue Tang Inn
Rates
The base rates charged by the provider. This includes all taxes and applicable fees.
Capacity:
20 people
Minimum:
6 people
Minimum number of people.
Price
Unless otherwise indicated, prices are in US dollars.
Per
Price
Unless otherwise indicated, prices are in US dollars.
Description
Person
$
60
Includes Park Fee and Snorkel Gear Rental
Group
$
440
Private Charter for 1-6 people (Plus $10 pp Hol Chan Park Fee & $10 pp Snorkel Gear Rental )
Add-ons
The total cost of the options you choose will be added to the total cost of the tour.
Per
Name
Price
Description
PersonPark Fee
$
10
For Private Group Trip
PersonSnorkel Gear Rental
$
10
For Private Group Trip
Itinerary
Activity
Description
Meet at Blue Tang Inn8:15AM / 12:15PM
Depart8:30AM / 12:30PM
Hol Chan Marine Reserve Snorkel9:30AM / 1:30PM
Shark Ray Alley Snorkel10:30AM /2:30PM
Sail back to Blue Tang Inn11:30AM / 3:30 PM
Activities
Sightseeing
Snorkeling
Sun Tanning
Swimming
Availability
Schedule
Dates
Start Time
Duration
Daily8:30 AM3.5 hrs
Daily1:30 PM3.5 hrs
Provider
The 40-foot Sirena Azul Sailboat “Blue Mermaid” is a traditional Belize style sailboat built with quality craftsmanship and is made out of hardwoods found in Belize, including ... moreSanta Maria, Bullet and Mahogany.
Guests say the Sirena Azul Sailing tour is the highlight of their visit to Belize. We hire local and knowledgable guides that allow you to learn about the Belize reef as you experience it. The boat has a very unique style with its cabin shape and wide beam. We added a diesel inboard engine, bathroom, cushions and modern window hardware and lighting for the comfort of our guests.
Tagline:
40' Sailboat in San Pedro, Belize
Tour Operator License:
026-140
Account Type:
Tour Guide and Operator
Languages:
English
Payment & Cancellation
Cancellation Policy
Flexible
  • Cancellations made 15 days before will be fully refunded except for a service fee of 3%.
  • Cancellations made 7 days before will be refunded 70% of the amount paid.
  • Cancellations made at a later date will not be refunded.
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