And dolphins make us happy. Find out more about our cookies policy here.
Besides incredible snorkeling and diving trips. We can arrange cultural tours as well as numerous eco/adventure tours on the days you want to take a break from diving. Your experiences in Belize can include visits to the Belize Zoo, golfing, cave tubing in the jungle river through the rain forest, jungle zip line trips, visits to the Baboon Sanctuary to see Howler Monkeys, as well as visits to Mayan ruins at places like Altun Ha and Lamanai along the New River. Our signature trip is an overnighter to Turneffe. Our group of friends leaves San Pedro Town in our 38′ dive boat and we head South for the Turneffe atoll. Upon arriving at the islands we spend the day diving various sites including the famous Elbow (one of the worlds top rated dive sites). The group sets up camp on a privately owned island in the atoll. Volleyball, horseshoes, and ever evolving beach games often go on well into the night. Waking to a sunrise on a tiny island in the Caribbean is an experience that is hard to beat. The second day includes more incredible dives around the atoll or a trip to the world famous Blue Hole. This trip is a total of 5 dives and some really great snorkeling. We supplies food, drinks, and camping equipment. We prepare freshly caught fish and ceviche, the cooking is done on a campfire on the beach. Prices: Starts at $225.00 / person Price may change without prior notice. Please contact us for exact pricing, our goal is to make you happy! If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.
Originally the site of several Mayan city States until their decline around 1000 A.D., the British and Spanish disputed the region in the 17th and 18th centuries. Belize formally became the colony of British Honduras in 1854. Territorial disputes between the U.K. and Guatemala delayed the independence of Belize until 1981.Encompassing 8867 sq. miles, Belize is slightly smaller than Massachusetts and experiences a rainy season from May-Nov. and a dry season February to March.Belize has a very diverse population of around 302,000 people composed of around 50% mestizo, 25% Creole, 11% Mayan, 6% Garifuna and 8% others.Although English is the official language of Belize and is spoken throughout the country, about 46% of the population also speaks Spanish, 33% Creole, about 10% Mayan dialects, and 4% Garifuna.Belize consists of 6 districts and is governed by a parliamentary democracy. The capital of Belize is the inland city of Belmopan.
You’ll get directions to the departure location when you make a booking.
Full refund up to 5 days prior.