This tour takes you on an off-the-beaten path picnic on the white, sandy shore of Robles Point. To whet your appetite, your first stop will be to go snorkeling around Mexico Rocks. After you’ve had a look around underwater, you’ll get to try to catch a few fish yourself with a traditional hook or a spear — whatever you catch, you can have for lunch (but don’t worry if you don’t catch anything, they’ve got you covered).
- 7 hrs
- Available Days:
- Every day
- 9:00 AM
- Hotel Transport Included
- Mobile Ticket Included
- Offered in English, Spanish
On the way to Robles Point, your guide will prepare a fresh ceviche out of conch or shrimp. As you travel, an in-season catch will marinate with some fresh seasoning. When you arrive, you’ll quickly learn that the island isn’t just a pretty beach. It’s also an interesting historical attraction – over 1,500 years ago, this island served as a Maya outpost. Today, you can see the walls built by the Maya buried in the underbrush. Walk up and down the beach to see what else you can find as your chefs prepare your lunch.
Your fresh seafood is served alongside tortillas, baked potatoes, chips, and coleslaw – you won’t leave hungry! After you’ve had your fill, you’ll begin your return journey. But before you arrive back at the dock, there’s one more stop at Mata Rocks for a final round of snorkeling around the Belize Barrier Reef. You'll arrive back at Ambergris Caye at 4 PM, making this a full day on the water.
Half Moon Caye is a 45-acre (18-ha) crescent-shaped island at the southern tip of Lighthouse Reef Atoll, an hour and a half off the coast of Belize City. Home to iguanas, red footed boobies, and a beautiful fringing reef, this area was set aside in 1981 as one of Belize’s first established nature reserves.
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Take a tour to Belize’s most famous oceanic attraction – the gorgeous, sapphire sinkhole known as the Belize Blue Hole. This tour is purely a sightseeing tour, and while its known as a dive site, the sinkhole actually doesn’t contain much to see. It’s best known for its emptiness, which as just as easily appreciated on a boating tour. When you arrive at the reef around the hole, you'll have the chance to do some snorkeling – bring snorkeling equipment if you're interested.
The Miss Gina, our Pro 42 dive boat, carries up to 16 divers plus crew making it an excellent choice for dive groups and can also be used for dive trips to the Turneffe Atoll. The Lady Grace, our Newton 46 dive boat, can accommodate up to 24 divers plus crew and provides a comfortable outing for those wanting to dive Jacques Couteau’s Blue Hole.
Snuba tours make it easy to take your snorkeling experience to the next level. With Snuba equipment you can get a taste of scuba diving without any experience or lessons. You’ll get to swim to a depth of 20 feet below the surface of the water, allowing you to get a closer look a the marine species that live at the Hol Chan Reserve.