Diving In Belize
The azure waters offer a truly remarkable experience for the first-time snorkeler to the avid scuba diver. The Belize Barrier Reef stretches for 185 miles along the length of the country of Belize. The beauty and value of this natural wonder is recognized locally and internationally with seven marine reserves in World Heritage status.
Palm studded islands are home to exotic birds and other wildlife, while beneath the waves, varied coral formations are teeming with colorful fish and stunning marine life.
Snorkeling will provide a comfortable view from atop the gentle waves.
A discover scuba course will give you a glimpse into the vibrant world underwater.
Getting final Open water certification in the tropics is infinitely more satisfying when done in crystal clear waters in the mid 80’s F and with visibility averaging 60 to 200 ft.
For the diving enthusiast, no dive is like the other. Dive within coral gardens, amongst the canyons of the spur and grove formations on the drop off, or check out the stalactites at 150 ft into the collapsed cave at the Great Blue Hole.
With so much to choose from, it is no wonder that snorkelers, scuba divers, sailors, sport fishermen and marine biologists have come to Belize and return regularly. We invite you to come discover your own personal favorites.
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Belize City, Belize