Inland and Sea Belize
  • Cave Tubing & Zoo
  • Cave Tubing & Zip
  • Cave Tubing & Xunantunich
  • Hol Chan
  • Blue Hole/Lighthouse
  • Turneffe Atoll (North)
Your journey begins with a light breakfast then a 15min flight to the municipal airport on the main land or an enjoyable boat ride to the mainland; passing several of our beautiful Northern Cayes...View details
Your trilling Zip Line experience begins with a 5 mins. walk through our stunning rainforest. Guest are "Outfitted in seated cable gear" and helmets by their guide... View details
Xunantunich has been interpreted to mean "Maiden of the Rock" in the Yucatec dialect. What you will experience is a Classic period (300-900 AD) ceremonial center, with large plazas ringed with pyramids... View Details
The "Holchan Marine Reserve" and "Shark & Ray Alley" are among the most famous sites near Ambergris Caye. At the Hol Chan, "cut" (a natural break in the reef) you can snorkel... View Details
This trip is a must by all means. On your first dive you will have the opportunity of a life time to dive the world's famous Blue Hole. The limestone stalactites are some of the largest in the world... View Details
The Turneffe Atoll is Belize's largest Atoll – 38 miles long and 8 miles wide. At its northern tip, "Rendezvous Point," you will enjoy three great wall dives... View Details


Turneffe Atoll
(South Elbow)

This day trip offers 3 dives. "The Elbow" is a drift dive beginning at 60ft and leveling off at 100ft. Some of the largest gorgonians will be found swaying gently with the current, creating a marvelous backdrop for the marine life. Encounter Reef Sharks, Mantas and a 14ft Hammerheah. "Majestic Point" will offer tunnels and exciting swim-throughs. As the canyon narrows, the corals combine to create a sheer cliff in depths between 70ft and 150ft. The other canyon dive could be "Black Beauty" or "Mortel Turtle," both famous for huge sponges and marine life. Another site might be the Sayonara Wreck, sunk in 1985, this dive is famous for the rare "Toad Fish" that is found on the Coral formations of this site.


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