Begin your day by sailing to Hol Chan Marine Reserve & Shark Ray Alley.
- 8 hrs
- Available Days:
- Every day
- 6:45 AM, 7:45 AM
- Inquire for Transportation
- Mobile Ticket Included
- Offered in English, Spanish
Caye Caulker Day Sail Begin your day by sailing to Hol Chan Marine Reserve & Shark Ray Alley. You will enjoy a guided snorkel through the Marine Reserve and neighboring Shark Ray Alley. Once back on board you can rinse off with fresh water and settle in for the sail to Caye Caulker. When we reach Caye Caulker you will have time to have lunch on your own & explore our quaint sister island. After lunch, enjoy a leisurely sail back to San Pedro.
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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What to Bring
Towel, swimming suit. Money for your lunch, expenses and tips.
Includes: Boat Sail, Beer, soda, rum punch, bottled water, shrimp cocktail & fresh fruit.
Many of our tours and activities offer transportation pick up & drop off options from several locations and destinations. Options vary by tour, see “BOOKING REQUEST” for full details.
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