Hop on a jet ski to explore the exciting landscape of the Belizean Caribbean. You’ll see a side of Ambergris Caye not usually seen by visitors, on speedy trips to a secret beach and a coral garden. This tour comes with a chance to snorkel, swim, and sunbathe on one of the more remote beaches in Belize.
- 3 hrs
- Available Days:
- Every day
- 8:00 AM
- Inquire for Transportation
- Mobile Ticket Included
- Offered in English, Spanish
Take an easy going cruise through a tunnel of mangroves, where exotic birds and giant iguanas soak up the sun. At the end of the tunnel, you’ll find yourself in the brilliant blue of Chetumal Bay. As you glide along, you’ll feel the pull of the inviting, warm water. Take a dip at the Coral Garden, where you’ll put on a snorkel mask and swim among the elaborate reef formations and manta rays. You might even see a bottlenose dolphins.
This tour also takes you to the balmy shores of Secret Beach, where you’ll have more time to swim. Jetting around the Caribbean works up an appetite – while you’re at the beach, you’ll stop for a snack of ceviche and tortilla chips. It’s served alongside rum punch and other refreshing drinks.
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This tour departs from San Pedro, and it takes just a few minutes to reach the barrier reef. The Belize Barrier Reef is one of the top attractions in the Belizean Caribbean, and is one of the most intact reefs in the Northern Hemisphere. Participants must have their diving certifications before taking this tour. Choose from 1-tank or 2-tank dives, or a 1-tank dive at night . You’ll dive to a depth of 60 to 80 feet .
This snorkeling tour brings you to an underwater formation called Mexico Rocks, which is part of the much larger Belize Barrier Reef. Your tour will begin with a cruise from San Pedro. This trip is worth the boat trip alone – on your journey you’ll get to see Ambergris Caye’s incredible landscape from the sea.
Snorkeling at the Hol Chan Marine Reserve is a sure-fire way to experience Belize’s diversity of marine life up-close. Animals at Hol Chan are used to getting fed by people on boats, so they’re relatively bold around snorkelers. This spot gets a lot of marine traffic, and every minute you spend underwater you’ll get to see something new.