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Handpicked by a Belize Local Expert, we bring you our guide to 'Best water activities in Belize'.

Shark ray alley

Shark ray alley  The world's largest diving magazine, Skin Diver, has given Belize's Shark-Ray Alley feature billing in two issues lately. This dive site has been selected as one of the seven best 'animal dives' in the Caribbean.   For several years, local fishermen often cleaned their catch in this area, located just inside the reef, to the south of Ambergris Caye. When fishermen n...

Fishing Near Belize

Fishing Near Belize  Belize offers a wide variety of fishing opportunities for vacationers   With hundreds of miles of fishing areas, Belize is an angler's paradise. Fish fans are attracted to the waters of Belize because of the varied types of fishing only the Caribbean Sea has to offer. Belize's aquatic ecosystem is rich with a diverse number of fish and excellent fishing grounds th...

Scuba Diving Near Belize

Scuba Diving Near Belize   The coral reefs and aquatic life of Belize make conditions for scuba diving and snorkeling ideal. The waters off the shores of Belize are home to one of the largest reef formations in the Northern Hemisphere. Belize's extensive coral reefs are second in size only to the Great Barrier Reef of Australia.   The amazing and vibrant coral as well as its diverse ...

Whale Sharks in Belize

Whale Sharks in Belize In Belize, during the springtime, Whale shark frequently visit a unique area on the reef called Gladden Split. This Area, about 30 miles east of Placencia, is used by over 20 species of Caribbean fish to release their eggs. However, it is the eggs of the Black or Cubera snappers that the whale sharks show up on cue to feed on.   And, although you can find whal...

River and Sea Kayaking

River and sea kayaking  Whether floating past Mayan villages on quiet rivers or viewing manatee among the many cayes of the Port Honduras Reserve - kayaking is a great way to experience Southern Belize. Garifuna and Mayan peoples have paddled the waters of Toledo for centuries, fishing, hunting and traveling by dugout canoes. Seven major rivers drain the southern flank of the Maya Mountain...

Deep Sea Fishing

Deep Sea Fishing  Fishermen who want to hook the bigger game fish should try the deeper waters of the briny Caribbean. The sea outside of Belize's barrier reef yields large fish like billfish, marlin, wahoo, dorado, and various kinds of sharks. Fishing the deep sea requires patience and strength. The wait will be well worth it once you hook one of these giant fish of the deep. But be prepa...

Sailing and Boating Near Belize

Sailing and Boating Near Belize  Sailing into Belize offers vacationers a chance to weigh their options and choose any of the country's major ports. Each year, many people travel to the Caribbean via yacht to take part in annual races or simply enjoy the winter sailing season.   Boat Trips and Day Sailing Party boats are a popular way for Belize's visitors to get out on the water f...

Snorkeling Around Belize

Snorkeling Around Belize   Snorkeling Sites If you're ready to explore what's below the surface you might enjoy visiting Hol Chan Marine Reserve. Part of the national park, this is a natural wonderland for snorkelers looking to explore an authentic underwater habitat. The cut is a channel that acts as a highway for fish swimming from one side of the reef to the other. This snorkeling ...

Secret Beach

Best Restaurants in Belize Located 7 miles North West of Ambergris Caye, visited only by local families back in the days and accessible only by boat gave it it's name Secret Beach. It has since then become the most popular beach on the island of Ambergris Caye.   On October 2016 the isalnd lauched the fully operating restaurant and bar named Pirates NOT-SO-SECRET Beach Bar and ...

Snake Cayes

Snake Cayes  The Snake Cayes consists of a group of four small islands - West Snake Caye, Middle Snake Caye, East Snake Caye, and South Snake Caye. The name was inherited from an abundance of boa constrictors that once lived on one of the islands. These cayes are not a part of the barrier reef system, but instead lie on an isolated coral ridge growing on a limestone ledge that extends several ...

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