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$
160
/ Person
Departs From:
San Pedro (Ambergris Caye)
Provider:
Experience Our Night Dives Its countless miles of reefs make this destination a haven for diving enthusiasts who are looking to dive in the turquoise Caribbean waters at night to find ... morethe nocturnal beauties that lay below the sea.

Discover Yourself In The Ocean
All night dives are carried out at the Hol Chan Marine Reserve which is 15 minutes away from the dock.

The night dive offered in Ambergris Caye is an incredible adventure because of the incredible ecosystem, the 2nd largest barrier reef, and the safety offered by guided dive professionals.

Night dives leave at 5:30 pm. Ninety percent of the marine life is nocturnal and as a result, all the little critters that were hiding during the day will come out to feed at night.

Night Diving is a 1-Tank dive done by a Hol Chan Marine Reserve. Diving takes approx. 50 minutes.

*dive gear can be rented for an additional cost 
$
330
60
/ Person
Departs From:
San Pedro (Ambergris Caye)
Provider:
Experience The Great Blue Hole Its deepest point lies at 124 meters and has an almost perfect circular shape which is 300 meters wide. ... more

Discover Yourself In The Ocean

French explorer Jacques-Yves Cousteau declared it “one of the top ten dive sites in the world.”

The Great Blue Hole, off the coast of Belize, is a diver’s paradise. But if diving is not for you, you can also snorkel for a full day around the hole and nearby. The Blue Hole is well known among diving enthusiasts, for whom this place has them all: clear waters, a variety of flora and fauna as you can meet here nurse sharks, Caribbean reef sharks, and bull sharks.

Scuba Diving the Blue Hole is a full-day diving experience. On this trip, you will do three tank dives in three different spots. The first stop is at the Blue Hole. The second stop is at Half Moon Caye Wall. After the second dive, we head to Half Moon Caye, where you rest for a while and have lunch. The third dive spot will be at the Aquarium at Long Caye. Then, we cruise back home watching the sunset.

*dive gear can be rented for an additional cost
$
550
/ Group
Departs From:
San Pedro (Ambergris Caye)
Our full day, private charters are fully customizable to do whatever you want. Let us help you plan your perfect day. Some activities include snorkeling, fishing, floating at a sandbar, ... morevisiting Secret Beach or Caye Caulker or enjoy a sunset cruise! What will make your day perfect?

Private not Pricey!

Our boat is especially accessible for older guests, young children, or people with mobility issues.
$
275
/ Group
Departs From:
San Pedro (Ambergris Caye)
Our comfortable pontoon boat is the perfect way to see the sun disappear into the Caribbean Sea. Trip includes fresh shrimp ceviche made by your captain, as well as rum punch, lemonade, ... moreand water. Our boat is especially accessible for older guests, young children and people with disabilities.

Private not Pricey!
$
600
/ Person
$
600
/ Group
Departs From:
San Pedro (Ambergris Caye)
This full day is one where you get to see a wide diversity of things on the island. It is pretty much seeing and going around the Island. Going through the lagoon, seeing the green ... moreiguanas on the mangroves, passing through the white sandy flats where fly fishing takes place. Getting to San Juan ranger station, where the fishes are and the museum with a rich Mayan history and also Mayan artifacts that have been recovered from Chaac Balam Mayan Site. Passing through the Mayan Dugout Channel (channel the dug to facilitate their trading routes), spotting manatees inside the channel surrounded by mangroves eventually leading out to the front of the island where the barrier reef is. Crystal clear water, pretty secluded, where nice snorkeling takes place at Barracuda Patch, and also along the reef. Did I mention this place is like a paradise for anglers? It is. Some really nice fishing takes place close to Rocky Point inside the reef and even better outside the reef. Those big fish get you tired reeling them in. Conchs and lobsters during their harvest season we get them to enjoy even more our meal. Once we have enough to cook and make our conch ceviche, we move to the island and do our magic while you enjoy the sun, sand, and ice cold beers.
Once all is done, once calm weather, we make our way back through the front of the island now. So you get to see and go around the complete island of Ambergris Caye. This is one adventure you will love and an experience you will remember for life...
$
340
/ Person
Departs From:
San Pedro (Ambergris Caye)
For this Blue Hole Diving tour, your day will start at 5:20 AM at your hotel (or before depending where is your hotel located). We will take you to our dive shop where you will have ... morebreakfast and prepare to start the trip between 6:00 AM to 6:15 AM. The trip to the Blue Hole will take 2 hours and a half to reach there. This Blue Hole trip includes 3 different stops: The Great Blue Hole, Half-moon Caye, and The Aquarium. We will also stop for lunch at our beautiful island name Turneffe Atoll where you will have lunch. After diving at each stop, we will finish the trip and start our way back to San Pedro, another 2 hours and a half of traveling. You will be back in San Pedro at 6:00 PM.
$
70
/ Person
Departs From:
San Pedro (Ambergris Caye)
This is a fully guided tour. Your guide will guide you through the marine park, showing you many cool corals and a wide variety of marine life like different fish, eagle rays, stingrays, ... moreturtles, moray eel, etc.
$
1,200
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$
1,500
/ Group
Departs From:
San Pedro (Ambergris Caye)
This private day sail to Secret Beach is a fun time for everyone! You'll get to snorkel at Tuffy and enjoy beautiful marine life. This tour includes snorkeling gear, fresh ceviche, ... moreand an open local bar.
$
80
/ Person
Departs From:
San Pedro (Ambergris Caye)
Hol Chan Shark Ray Alley is the most famous must-do tour if you're in Belize.
$
200
/ Person
Departs From:
San Pedro (Ambergris Caye)
Our Journey starts from San Pedro (Ambergris Caye) where you will get your boat tickets (boat ride cosnsist of one hour & 30 minutes, Water Taxi transfer from San Pedro to Belize ... moreCity in which you will be able to see Caye Caulker, Caye Chapel and much more, arriving in Belize city water taxi terminal, where you will meet your tour guide. From there you board on a private vehicle with your guide as you begin your road trip to Altun Ha Mayan Ruin: Altun Ha is an ancient Mayan City about 30 miles north of Belize City, dating back to about B.C. 900. It is believed the city was occupied for centuries up until A.D. 1000, covering the classic period A.D. 250-900, the time from which most of the information of this city was gathered and the time when the city was at its height.

The name Altun Ha means “Rockstone Water”, and it is derived by the name of a nearby village called Rockstone Pond, but Altun-Ha’s ancient name remains unknown. The largest temple of Altun Ha is the Temple of the Masonry Altars which stand 54 feet high. The Sun God’s Tomb is also found on this temple dated for about A.D. 600-650, in which researchers found a skeleton and various artifacts when the tomb was excavated.
The Mayans made use of the land and it’s terrains, as they did so above the surface they also did so below the surface. The Mayans believed that the caves were an entrance to Xibalba “a place of fear” related to death. It is completely so because the Mayans used the caves to perform death rituals and also the river flowing through these caves provided a secret passageway to ambush enemies.

Cave Tubing into a cave system at Caves Branch. After reaching the Caves Branch Archaeological Reserve you will hike for about 30 minutes through the Belize Rain Forest and through a couple dry caves until you come to the opening of the first cave through which the underground Caves Branch river flows. This is where the REAL fun begins as you will be assisted in getting into your inner tube to begin floating through the caves. It's a short but amazing journey of about 45 minutes to an hour. Our tubes with headrest are linked so there is no need to hold on to someone else's feet and you are guided by a licensed and experience tour guide :) At the end of the tour we will head back to water taxi terminal.