Water Tours

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Fishing Tour

Cost: 

!/2 day tour:  $250 USD for 1,2 or 3 persons or $90 USD per person for 4 or more

Full day tour:  $300 USD for 1,2 or 3 persons or $100 USD per person for 4 or more

Catch and Cook: $300 USD for 1,2 or 3 persons or $110 USD per person for 4 or more

Belize Coast offers some of the best marine ecosystem in the world.  With the abundance of Mangrove trees along with our coast, they offer the best nurseries for the marine lives.  Bountiful fish gives you a chance to go for the big game in a 25 ft Mexican skiff.

It takes about 35 minutes to get to the reef where you will first witness how the guide catches bait using a cast net.  The guide eventually goes in search of traditional and non-traditional fishing spots.  There, you can catch barracudas, snappers, grouper and porgy.  Trolling is also popular where you have the chance to catch floating fish such as King Mackerel, wahoo, more Barracuda and Big Jacks.  The guide will also clean your choice of catch to be prepared for dinner.

                                      Time: 7am to 1 pm for Half day

        7 am to 4 pm for Full day

             What to bring:  Sunscreen, hat and insect repellent

Included: Water and snacks for half day tours & lunch for full day

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Bioluminescence Tour

Cost:

$60 USD for 1, 2 or 3 persons

$45 USD per person for 4 or more

This is a one-of-a-kind experience that travelers can only experience in certain corners of the world.  This natural marvel occurs only in a few select spots - such as near the Hopkins freshwater Lagoon and Anderson's Lagoon in Sittee River.

Caused by saltwater and freshwater interacting with local algae, bioluminescence is truly a sight to behold.  Aside from the majesty of the bright blue glow, travelers can also enjoy the sight of fish.  Jellyfish and other marine life frolicking beneath the surface.  

These tours typically run from January until May.  However, since conditions need to be absolutely perfect in order for tours to head out, it is best to plan on visiting during the driest months (February to April) to avoid disappointment.  Tours usually depart around 6:00 PM and return at 8:00 PM

What to bring:  Insect Repellent and Camera

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Snorkeling Tour

Cost:

1/2 Day Tour: $225 USD for 2 or 3 people or $70 USD per person for 4+

Full Day Tour: $300 USD for 2-3 people or $90 USD per person for 4

 

Belize has the longest barrier reef in the Western Hemisphere with approximately 185 miles of beautiful coral formation.  this pristine reef is known to have a wide variety of marine life.  This stunning barrier reef offers different snorkeling sites for the beginners and experienced snorkelers.  With great visibility. the guests can enjoy a variety of marine animals such as: tarpon, snappers, sharks, turtles, octopus, manatees, etc.  

Most of the snorkeling sites are about 30 to 40 minutes boat ride offshore.  These snorkeling trips are accompanied by experienced guide and captain to ensure safety.  these guides are equipped with great knowledge of the reef and historical significance to their livelihood.  You will get to learn both the local and scientific names of the different marine creatures of the barrier reef.  For the inexperienced snorkelers, we are able to accommodate you by snorkeling off the popular island of South Water Caye right off the beach.

What to bring:  Sunscreen and a swim shirt