The Coral Garden is a well-known site for its diversity of corals and abundance of species and colorful fishes. This is probably one of the best Belize snorkeling sites for beginners as well as experienced snorkelers. The shallow depths, yet incredible diversity of the Coral Gardens make it the ideal location if this is your first-time snorkeling. The visibility is excellent, and you will love its photogenic coral maze teeming with fish. To conclude the once-in-a-lifetime experience also includes a stop at the exciting Shark Ray alley.


Escape to this tropical Caye for a day of sun, sand, snorkeling, and full of family fun. It is located right on the edge of the barrier reef and has an abundance of colorful tropical fishes and other marine life such as corals, sea urchins, conch, lobsters, and stingrays, just to name a few. All this makes a remarkable snorkeling experience. This is a truly ultimate Belize island experience! The unspoiled sandy beaches offer unequaled rustic charm and all the necessities without the commerciality or the crowds.


The trip will depart from the split to the back of the island to watch the sunset. As the sun finally sets, the stars light up the sky and the sea below. The trip lasts no longer than two and a half hours. Ceviche, local rum and beverages are supplied on board.


Start your afternoon snorkeling 3 pristine stops at Caye Caulker Marine Reserve, after relaxing on the beautiful turquoise waters with a panoramic view of the second longest barrier reef in the world. Snuggle up with that special someone and watch the sun melt away, the clouds glow in vibrant colors, and the stars turn on for the evening with a breath-taking view of the sky. Toast the end of another perfect day in paradise in a casual, yet all-inclusive cocktail party atmosphere featuring handcrafted cocktails, as well as your prepared dinner cuisine – so bring your appetite! We guarantee your evening will be unforgettable!


Enjoy a scenic boat ride from Caye Caulker to Swallow Caye Marine Reserve as we take you to visit these docile creatures in their natural habitat. They are known as large and gentle “sea cows,” manatees are typically found in shallow coastal areas as this is where they feed on seagrass, mangrove leaves, and algae. You can get great pictures as they surface right next to the boat. Lunch directly in the water at our “Sand Bar”. Two snorkel stops after at Coral Aquarium & Snorkel Caye Chapel Mid reef.


Caye Caulker is a small Caribbean island off the coast of Belize. It’s divided by a narrow channel called the Split. A model town that makes it easy for you to immerse yourself in the Belizean culture, brilliantly displayed in its boutiques and inspiring handcrafted local art. Enjoy an hour-long tour by golf cart with a native of the island as he gives you a brief history of Caye Caulker. The finale of the tour is just as exciting as you visit the Tarpon Reserve and the Seahorse Nursery.