Think the beaches are beautiful and you just can’t get enough in Belize? You should see what’s happening below. 

From exploring Jacques Cousteau’s world-famous Blue Hole to the enjoyment of the undersea wonders of Turneffe and Lighthouse Reef, to the incredible beauty of Hol Chan Marine Reserve and the unforgettable heart-pounding adventure of “swimming with the sharks” at Shark Ray Alley, you’ll never see anything like this again.

Did you know that the Belize’s barrier reef is comprised of various dive and snorkel sites?

This is why it is easier for you to explore the colorful underwater world filled with abundant sea life. Even if you’ve never snorkeled before, our knowledgeable local guides will help you explore the kaleidoscope of colors found in hard and soft corals, sponges, and over 500 species of fish and marine life.


The “Great Blue Hole” is situated in the Lighthouse Atoll approximately 460 ft. deep and 1,000 ft. in diameter. It offers advanced divers the opportunity to spot both stalactites and stalagmites along with various sea life such as snappers, lobsters and even hammerhead sharks. As a result Glover’s Reef Atoll on the other hand, is a great dive spot located in southern Belize, for beginners and advanced divers.

This dive takes you over a majestic coral system and then descends to 35–90 ft. depending on your skill level. Keen divers will be able to point out the eels, turtles, shrimp, rays and bull sharks inhabit the area gives this dive an eerie feel.

The Sayonara Wreck dive at Turneffe Atoll is a great dive for beginner and advanced divers. While the wreck rests on coral and sand and is only at a depth of 50 ft. Divers are allowed to swim around the wreck and view the multitude of starfish, shrimps and schools of barracuda.

Dive companies throughout Belize require a scuba card validating your certificate in order for you to dive. Consequently, if you’re not certified, let us help you get certified by any of our capable local operators. Ask us how you can get diving certified in Belize.


Well you can still enjoy the many wonders of the underwater world by snorkeling the barrier reef.

There are hundreds of snorkeling sites of varying depths along the Belize Barrier Reef and every snorkel site is unique. Let us help you plan your next Belize underwater adventure. Contact us for more details.