Belize is a country on the east coast of Central America, facing the Caribbean Sea and with a dense forest to the west. Far from the coast, Belize's gigantic Coral Barrier, with hundreds of Cayos and an amazing and diverse marine life. Welcome aboard one of our Sailboats or Catamarans and enjoy this Caribbean gem.
Take you to Belize Barrier Reef which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the second largest coral reef in the world offers amazing beaches, crystal clear waters and some of the most beautiful diving spots in the world.
Belize is a country on the east coast of Central America, facing the Caribbean Sea and with a dense forest to the west.
Far from the coast, Belize's gigantic Coral Barrier, with hundreds of Cayos and an amazing and diverse marine life.
Climb aboard one of our Sailboats or Catamarans and enjoy this Caribbean gem
Take you to Belize Barrier Reef which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the second largest coral reef in the world offers amazing beaches,
crystal clear waters and some of the most beautiful diving spots in the world.
The Great Blue Hole
The Great Blue Hole
The famous Blue Hole, whose correct name is Great Blue Hole, is a vertical cave formed tens of thousands of years ago. when sea level was lower than today.
Over the years, the cave was covered with water and became an underwater hole. Jacques-Yves Cousteau, who made the first explorations at this place, has defined the Great Blue Hole as one of the 10 most interesting dive sites in the world. It is the largest hole of this style in the world and is located about 100km off the coast of Belize, pretty much in the center of the atoll known as Lighthouse Reef.
Great Blue Hole is about 300m wide and over 120m deep depth decreases over time because of sediment coming off the sides of the cave and they close the narrow passage to the bottom.
Half Moon Cay
Half Moon Cay Marine Park Half Moon Caye Wall is a well-known dive site described as “6,000 feet of vertical abyss”.
This exquisite wall is unmatched by any other place in the world and offers a unique diving opportunity.
On the island you can observe the beautiful birds that live there. The island is home to the beautiful Red-footed Booby It is considered the only breeding Red-footed Booby colony in the western Caribbean.
The Arrecife Glover is the most remote and least visited atoll. For this reason, it offers great diversity of animals like the mere guasa, jurel menus, by the sword of the Atlantic, eagle, tortugas and rays. With over 80km of deep coral reefs and walls ranging from 7 to 900 meters, this is a fascinating place for underwater photography.
Long Caye is one of the most remote and pristine Cayes in Belize and offers extraordinary opportunities for appreciating terrestrial and aquatic life. Located about 45 miles from the mainland, Long Caye is isolated from civilization, yet easy to get to and enjoy.
The Lighthouse Reef Atoll is the farthest atoll from the mainland and has some of the greatest underwater visibility in the Caribbean. Beautiful coral reef structures just below the surface, and walls beginning at 35 feet that are loaded with colorful corals and sponges that are seen through the clear water. Sponges of every shape and color are intertwined with Black Coral dominating the scenery with schools of snapper, grunts, spadefish and jacks milling about. It is possible to encounter hundreds of grouper.
Some of the best wall dives exist on Lighthouse Reef, including several shallow drop-offs next to Half Moon Caye, where there are many discoveries to be explored.The atolls are the epitome of the Belize diving experience. They are far from shore and are basically wilderness existing in pristine conditions. Long Caye allows access to world famous dive sites like The Great Blue Hole, Half Moon Wall, Quebrada and the Aquarium in a few MINUTES, where a 2 hour boat ride from any other resort in Belize is typical.
HOW TO GET THERE
Sailboats depart from Belize City, 19 km south of Phillip Goldson International Airport. Scuba diving trips include places such as Lighthouse Reef, Turneffe Atoll. These atoll formations in the middle of the ocean offer unlimited opportunities for wall diving, coral gardens and currents. International flights to Belize depart regularly from anywhere in the world and almost always stop in Miami, Florida. There are several airlines that offer flights to Belize: American Airlines, British Airways, among others.