Belize Adventure Tours with Seaduced by Belize

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  • San Pedro Sunset Sail
  • SEAductress Luxury Sunset Sail
  • Lamanai Mayan Ruins Tour
  • Cave Tubing and Belize Zoo Adventure
  • Cave Tubing & Jungle Zip Line Adventure
  • Cave Tubing and Xunantunich Ruins
  • Bacalar Chico Reserve and Beach BBQ
  • The Manatee Watch and Coral Gardens
  • Hol Chan and Shark Ray Alley Snorkeling
  • SEA’s D Day Sunshine Beach
  • Secret Beach Adventure on Ambergris Caye
  • Sunset Cocktail Cruise
  • Sunset Dinner Cruise
  • SEA’s D Day Private Dinner Cruise
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Enjoy sailing and snorkeling Belize’s best spots:

  • Caye Caulker
  • Hol Chan Marine Reserve’s Shark Ray Alley
  • Mexico Rocks
  • Coral Gardens
  • Goff’s Caye
  • Bacalar Chico

Enjoy the magical, turquoise waters of Belize aboard one of our two catamarans.  You’ll enjoy the tropical paradise waters, beaches and marine life of the second largest barrier reef in the world.  

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Fishing • Kayaking • Paddle Boards • Floating Pads • AC • Shade • Water Slide

Get ready to dive into the adventure of a lifetime with SEAduced by Belize! Join us aboard Seas D’ Day, Belize’s only air-conditioned houseboat, where thrilling water activities and breathtaking snorkeling await. Savor a mouthwatering beach BBQ or uncover the hidden gem of Ambergris’ Secret Beach, all while basking in the warmth of Belizean hospitality. Don’t miss out, book your unforgettable experience today!

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SEAduced by Belize offers you the ultimate in Caribbean Snorkeling Adventures and Belizean hospitality departing from San Pedro, Ambergris Caye.

  • Secret Beach
  • Hol Chan Marine Reserve
  • Shark Ray Alley
  • Sunshine Beach
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SEA’s D Day

Join us aboard our 58′ houseboat, “SEA’S d’ Day” for daytime or sunset adventures!   Equipped with two bathrooms, a full kitchen and air-conditioned lounge areas inside. The boat also has two outdoor decks with comfortable seating, a water slide, paddle boards, kayaks, fishing gear and water floaties. SEA’s d Day explores the pristine waters and white sandy beaches of the leeward side of the island on day trips, sunset, and dinner cruises.

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capacity: limited to 14 people

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Whether you’re celebrating a special occasion, seeking a romantic getaway, or planning a fun-filled day with family and friends, SEAduced by Belize offers the ultimate in adventure and Belizean hospitality. 

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San Pedro Boat Tours Belize – Snorkeling – Sailing – Fishing

Experience San Pedro Tours Belize with Sea Rider Tours

In San Pedro Belize, and with most of our San Pedro tours and adventures, you can explore the world’s largest living Barrier Reef. Take a Catamaran trip snorkeling, fishing, or just a normal cruise with fun aboard. 

Sea Rider Tours offers San Pedro Tours Belize. We’re located across from the famous Caye International Bank right on the main Coconut Drive in San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, Belize. Here we welcome you to board our Catamaran. Where we offer you top notch sailing tours to places like Hol Chan and Shark Ray Alley. You’ll take a cruise to this marine reserve. You’ll snorkel these two famous stops. Next you’ll sail to Caye Caulker, a small beautiful island near from San Pedro. Here you’ll have lunch, enjoying a delicious beach Barbeque. In addition, you can choose to book a shared or private charter, our Boozers Cruisers (BYOB), or your marriage package. Enjoy the Caribbean Sea and view the world’s largest LIVING barrier reef. Enjoy your San Pedro vacation on our relaxing catamaran sailing tours with excellent, also well personalize, customer service. Next, we’d like to share that our guides and staff are licensed professionals whom speak excellent English. Some of our guides and crew also speak Spanish for our Hispanic visitors. Get ready for your next adventure in San Pedro and book your sailing tour today!!!

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Catamaran Snorkel & Caye Caulker Sailing Trip

A tour of Hol Chan Marine Reserve and Shark Ray Alley combined with a sailing trip around Caye Caulker sounds like an amazing experience! Hol Chan is known for its vibrant coral reefs and diverse marine life, while Shark Ray Alley offers thrilling encounters with nurse sharks and stingrays. Adding a sailing excursion around Caye Caulker allows you to explore the beautiful waters of Belize and enjoy the laid-back island vibe. Have you been on this tour before?

Doesn’t this sounds like a fantastic plan! Combining the Hol Chan and Shark Ray Alley tour with a sailing trip around Caye Caulker and a beach barbecue adds even more excitement and relaxation to the experience. It’s a great way to enjoy the natural beauty of the area while indulging in some delicious food and drinks on the beach. When are you thinking of going on this adventure?

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Dive into the thrilling depths of Snorkeling Hol Chan and Shark Ray Alley

San Pedro, Belize, is home to the world's second largest Barrier Reef, a marvel of nature. 

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 Wicked Adventures of Belize is a locally owned tour operator situated in San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, Belize. Our extensive years of experience combined with our team of exceptional guides distinguish us from our competitors. 

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Our team members are not only locally raised but also possess extensive experience and knowledge of the waters surrounding San Pedro, Ambergris Caye. Growing up in this coastal paradise has ingrained in them a deep understanding and connection with the marine environment. They have honed their skills and expertise through years of navigating these waters, making them exceptionally well-versed in the intricacies and nuances of the area. This unique combination of local upbringing and hands-on experience ensures that our team is not only proficient but also intimately familiar with the tides, currents, and hidden gems that make San Pedro, Ambergris Caye a remarkable destination.

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  Experience the thrill of snorkeling alongside majestic nurse sharks at the renowned Shark Ray Alley in San Pedro. This extraordinary adventure allows you to witness these fascinating creatures up close in their natural habitat. As you glide through the crystal-clear waters, you'll have the opportunity to observe the grace and power of nurse sharks as they gracefully navigate their underwater domain. This unique encounter provides an exhilarating and educational experience, allowing you to gain a deeper appreciation for these magnificent animals and their vital role in the marine ecosystem.  

 Our customers consistently express their satisfaction and delight when participating in the Full Day Fish, Snorkel & Beach BBQ Tour. This unforgettable experience not only includes exciting activities such as fishing and snorkeling, but it also offers the unique opportunity to indulge in the freshness of the catch by enjoying a delicious beach BBQ. Rest assured that our tour guarantees continuous customer happiness and a memorable culinary adventure. 

Full Day Trips

Various options to choose from below, Duration- 6 hours , Price- Depends on amount of people

Snorkel by the reef , Reef Fishing & Beach BBQ

Snorkeling at designated hotspots not at reserves.

Reef Fishing, Various species of Snapper, Jacks and much more.

Beach BBQ- Guides cook up the fresh catch 

Snorkel Hol Chan& Shark Ray, Manatee Spotting and Caye Caulker

Snorkeling is done at the reserves Hol Chan Marine Reserve and Shark Ray Alley

Manatee Spotting is done on the way to Caye Caulker

Caye Caulker arrival, clients roam and buy their own Lunch.

Extra activities include Tarpon feeding, Seeing the Rays and Sea Horse spotting.

Half Day Trips

Various options to choose from below- Duration - 3 hours, Price- Depends on amount of people

Snorkeling Hol Chan and Shark Ray Alley

Reef Fishing

Reef Fishing with rod at designated hotpots

Deep Sea Fishing

Fishing out at sea and outside the barrier reef.

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Our Conch season opens starting October 1st 2023.

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  Experience the ultimate full-day tour: fishing, snorkeling, and beach BBQ. Immerse yourself in the crystal-clear waters of San Pedro, Belize, for an extraordinary snorkeling adventure. Explore diverse marine life in vibrant underwater landscapes while indulging in the pure clarity of the surrounding waters. Each snorkeling excursion offers captivating wonders, ensuring unforgettable memories of an exceptional adventure. 

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San pedro ambergris caye adventure vacation package.

Experience all of the top adventures that Belize has to offer. This Belize adventure package of excursions will ensure you get the most out of your Vacation!

San Pedro Ambergris Caye Adventure Vacation Package

  • Cave Tubing: Children minimum height is 40″
  • Zip Lines: Maximum weight is 360 pounds or 42 inch waist (to fit in the harness). Pregnant women are not allowed to zipline.
  • If a package tour cannot be confirmed,  an alternative tour will be offered. Surcharge may apply if an upgraded tour is requested.
  • Refreshing welcome drink on arrival.
  • Day excursion to visit  Xunantunich Ruins , go cave tubing and do a zip-line tour.
  • Relaxing full day sail/snorkel catamaran excursion.
  • ½ day snorkel at Hol Chan Marine Reserve/Shark Ray Alley or Mexico Rocks Marine Reserve – take a 15 minute boat ride out to the reef for an amazing underwater world experience.
  • Explore the island for 8 hours on a rental golf cart from Carts Belize.
  • Round Trip flights between Belize International Airport and San Pedro Airport.
  • Round Trip transfers between San Pedro Airport and Xanadu.
  • All taxes, park fees, snorkeling equipment and lunch on the two day excursions.

Note: Rate based on one golf cart for every two packages – double occupancy. Single occupancy traveler – one golf cart.

Does not Include:

  • Accommodations
  • Insurance or gas for the golf cart

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FAMILY VACATION

WINE & DINE

MUST SEE! MUST DO!

SNORKEL EXPLORATION

DIVERS DREAM

GRAND SLAM FISHING

ROMANTIC ESCAPE

HONEYMOON BLISS

HIDDEN BLISS OF BELIZE

SPIRIT OF ADVENTURE

SEA TO SHINING SEA

BEST OF BOTH WORLDS

JUNGLE & ISLAND ADVENTURE

*If a package tour cannot be confirmed, an alternative tour will be offered. Surcharge may apply if an upgraded tour is requested.

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San Pedro Day Tours

About san pedro.

Venture off mainland Belize and discover the lush white sand and hanging palm trees of San Pedro. This lovely beach town is the capital of Ambergris Caye, Belize’s largest island. Fun fact: Back in the late 1980s Madonna visited San Pedro and wrote “La Isla Bonita” with a corresponding music video set in the town.

   Here are some of the best things to do in San Pedro, Belize

   Snorkel or dive - One of the best things to do in San Pedro, Belize is snorkel. As Belize boasts the second largest barrier reef in the world, there’s no excuse not to go exploring the waters around San Pedro.

   Cycle around town - Island life comes with a more relaxed pace, so many locals and visitors prefer to navigate San Pedro on golf cart. So, take up the opportunity, rent a bicycle, and explore the sandy streets of San Pedro. You’ll find vibrant colors, outdoor bars and restaurants, and plenty of souvenir and boutique shops along the way.

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San Pedro Cave Tours

Actun Tunichil Muknal

Of all the caves in Belize, none are more famed than Actun Tunichil Muknal, or the Cave of the Crystal Sepulcher. While the stunning natural formations are enough to make it a must-visit destination, it’s the Mayan influence that truly transforms this location from breathtaking to awe-inspiring.

Black Hole Drop Cave Rappelling

At the Black Hole Drop, you don’t have to imagine. Known as the mother of all caves, the Actun Loch Tunich sinkhole formed long ago as the weak limestone underneath the rainforest gave way to geological changes that caused the collapse. Though it looks pitch black from the starting point, there’s enough light that filters in to make sure you see every foot of your descent.

Cave Tubing

Cave tubing the most exciting tour adventure in Belize an experience thru the jungles, caves and river like the famous Indiana Jones. The national park of Nohoch Chen, and get geared up with your headlights, inner tubes and life vests and start your hike thru the lush rainforest as did the ancient Mayas

San Pedro Mayan Ruins Tours

Lamanai River Safari

For the best view, climb the High Temple to peer across the vast canopy of the rainforest. For an impressive display of Mayan stone carving expertise, the giant faces of the Mask Temple and the jaguars of the Jaguar Temple are the most memorable aspects.

Xunantunich Maya Temples

As the Mayan empire crumbled across the Yucatan, Xunantunich’s power grew. It became such an important center that it even managed to construct the second tallest man-made structure in Belize, El Castillo.

Tikal Mayan Ruins

Tikal was a city of legend, rivaling even the grandeur of Teotihuacan found in the Valley of Mexico. Dominating the Mayan civilization from 200 to 900 CE, it was a powerhouse that, as of today, is the best understood of any of the lowland Mayan cities.

Tikal Ruins Overnight

Tikal was a city of legend, rivaling even the grandeur of Teotihuacan found in the Valley of Mexico. Dominating the Mayan civilization from 200 to 900 CE, it was a powerhouse that, as of today, is the best understood.

San Pedro Combo Day Tours

Altun Ha & Baboon Sanctuary

As we start on our journey today you will become acquainted with Belize’s history as we travel along the principal streets of this nation. Our tour will then lead us to the Northern section of our country as we head in the country side and view the older villages which were once Mahogany settlements.

Cave Tubing & Zip Lining

Two memorable and unforgettable tours the Zip Line /Ariel Trek and Cave Tubing Tours begins with a short getting acquainted, tour of our Beautiful Jewel namely, Belize. Our capable and reliable drivers head in the Westerly direction to our destination.

Belize Zoo & Cave Tubing

Venture to the Belize Zoo which boost to be the first of its kind, where all its wild life are in there natural habits; a place that brings guest to fell as if they’re the ones on display. First, drive thru the narrow streets of the city of Belize and then on to the western highway for 29 miles to the sacred grounds of the Belize zoo.

Cave Tubing, Zip Lining & Xunantunich Ruins

Two memorable and unforgettable tours the Zip Line /Ariel Trek and Cave Tubing Tours begins with a short getting acquainted, tour of our Beautiful Jewel namely, Belize. As we travel along this highway your friendly and competent guide entertains you with a rich history.

San Pedro Half Day Fishing Trips

Half Day Fly Fishing

On this fishing trip it is catch and release only. Fly fishing we are fishing for tarpon, bonefish or permit.

Half Day Deep Sea Fishing

Half Day Reef Fishing

On this fishing trip you are able to keep your catch. Reef fishing we are fishing for Red Snappers, Yellow Snappers, and Black Snappers

San Pedro Full Day Fishing Trips

Full Day Fly Fishing

Reef Fishing, Snorkeling & Beach BBQ

Full Day Reef Fishing

Full Day Deep Sea Fishing

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Welcome aboard our locally-owned tour company, where adventure meets island charm! We’re born and raised on this stunning island, deeply connected to its natural treasures, especially the breathtaking Belize Barrier Reef.

Embark on all-day and half-day private sea tours, blending Fishing, Snorkeling, Beach BBQ, and island explorations departing from San Pedro. Our passion for the marine world, combined with our insider knowledge, ensures an unforgettable experience with Manuel and Cliff, your expert island guides.

Check out our lively gallery above to catch a glimpse of the incredible moments shared by fellow adventurers like you. Dive into the excitement at Shark-Ray Alley, where swimming alongside stingrays and nurse sharks is just the beginning. Explore the Hol Chan Marine Reserve, a colorful underwater paradise teeming with diverse marine life that will leave you mesmerized.

For fishing enthusiasts, we’ve uncovered secret spots where you can reel in your catch of the day or chase after the grand slam. Cap off your day with a sizzling beach barbecue in San Pedro or Caye Caulker, soaking in the laid-back island vibes.

Let’s turn your Caribbean Adventure dreams into reality! Join us for a day of fun, laughter, and unforgettable memories on the vibrant Belize Barrier Reef.

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Belize has something for everyone, our rich Heritage and diverse cultures makes us some of the friendliest people you will ever meet. Our tours are not limited to the usual so think outside the box when booking with Ridge and Reef Adventures. We offer Shared departures at affordable rates to all the popular places and private charters if you prefer exclusivity. Whether you want to take a tour alone, with you significant other, your Family, Neighbors, friends or work group; we will be happy to accommodate you. If you want to go to one of the hot spots off the beaten path, we will make that happen – with an unforgettable experience.

Let us take you on some of the best Adventures that Belize has to offer:

  • Snorkeling with Fishes, Rays, nurse sharks, turtles and even manatees at Hol Chan Marine Reserve.
  • Spend your day or a portion of your day fishing on one of our 4 different types of fishing activities offered.
  • Educational, Cultural or Fun trips – Join us as we immerse into the Belize Culture or take a trip over to the mainland and enjoy breathtaking views at a Mayan Archeological Site or one of our waterfalls ** add a little more adrenaline by going cave tubing or zipping through the air on one of our zipline tours.
  • Go slow on one of our many educational tours such as the Community Baboon Sanctuary or a horse back ride in the lush jungle.

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We know the Belize Barrier Reef and will show you the wildlife you want to see or fish for!

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Customized Tours

We would be happy to customize packages to include the activities your group desires. We can also review a list of snorkeling and diving sites for you to pick from based on what you want to see and your comfort level.

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Mainland Tours

Explore the ruins from the canopy of trees, hike along the jungle river to enjoy a float through the caves or tour the Mayan Ruins!

Suya Tours has been offering adventure travel packages for over 25 years. Whether its one of our popular outings or a customized private tour, Suya Tours’ friendly, courteous and knowledgable team will provide you with the ultimate experience in San Pedro Belize.

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Tours and Adventures

Experience the thrill of adventure with 501 Adventure Tours in Belize! With a diverse range of activities, such as scuba diving, snorkeling, cave tubing, fishing, ziplining, and guided tours, there's something for everyone. Our multi-day excursions cater to your specific interests, and we offer special discounts for booking multiple adventures. Contact us today and let us help you create the adventure of a lifetime! Use the links below to see our available excursions.

Island Tours

Mainland tours, scuba diving, snorkeling and bbq.

Full Day Trip Rate $550.00 US up to Four People Includes snorkeling, along with a BBQ prepared on a secluded island beach by your guides. Includes: gear, lunch, sodas, rum punch, water, and fruits

Half Day Fishing

Half Day Trip Rate $350.00 US up to Four People Includes: tackle, gear, sodas, fruit, andwater.4-5 hours AM as you have to catch bait 4 hours PM. Recommended no more than 4 passengers.

Reel and Grill - Full Day Fishing/ Beach BBQ

Caye caulker trip, secret beach trip, hol chan marine and shark ray alley snorkeling.

Mainland tours can be mixed and matched to create savings and more adventure. All tours require transportation via either the first AM water taxi or flight at customers expense. If the boat is chosen there is the benefit of lower cost but a loss of time that limits your day to 2 tours for the day in most cases. If the flight is chosen there is a higher cost but the benefit of up to 3 tours for the day in most cases. The number of tours is discounted as follows: 1st tour is the listed price. 2 tours will be priced at the highest priced tour list price added to the the 2nd tour price discounted 30%. 3 tours will be priced at the highest priced tour list price added to the next 2 tours price discounted at 50%.

Cave Tubing

$150.00 US 2 Person Minimum Includes: transportation, sodas, water, lunch, park/entrance fees, and gear

Mayan Ruins

Altun Ha $140.00 US 2 Person Minimum Includes: transportation, sodas, water, lunch, and park/entrance fees Cahal Pech $160.00 US 2 Person Minimum Includes: transportation, sodas, water, lunch, and park/entrance fees.

$160.00 US 2 Person Minimum Includes: transportation, sodas, water, lunch, and park/entrance fees.

Horseback Riding

$185.00 US 2 Person Minimum Includes: transportation, sodas, water, lunch, and park/entrance fees, rental and gear.

Baboon Sanctuary

$140.00 US 2 Person Minimum Includes: transportation, sodas, water, lunch, and park/entrance fees.

All dives will be picked up on the dock in front of the hotel.

3 Days of Local – 2 Tank Dives

4 days of local – 2 tank dives, 5 days of local – 2 tank dives, 6 days of local - 2 tank dives, ‍ 1 day blue hole dives + 3 days of local 2 tank dives, ‍ 1 day blue hole dives + 4 days of local 2 tank dives, 1 day blue hole dives + 5 days of local 2 tank dives, 1 day turneffe dives + 3 days of local 2 tank dives, 1 day turneffe dives + 4 days of local 2 tank dives, 1 day turneffe dives + 5 days of local 2 tank dives, 1 day of blue hole dives + 1 day of turneffe dives + 3 days of local 2 tank dives, 1 day of blue hole dives + 1 day of turneffe dives + 4 days of local 2 tank dives, 1 day of blue hole dives + 1 day of turneffe dives + 5 days of local 2 tank dives.

Note: Rates do not include the 12.5% tax, equipment rental and Blue Hole park fee of $40 US and Turneffe Park fee of $10 US per person. Equipment with packages is at $15 US plus 12.5% tax per day. Includes BCD, Regulator, Mask, Fins, and Wetsuit. Add a night dive to any package for $50 plus 12.5% tax & $10 park fee. Minimum of 4 required. Add Hol Chan Marine Reserve Combo tour to any package at $50 plus 12.5% tax and $10 park fee. We offer 32% Nitrox at $12 US plus tax per bottle. Package rate is $9.50 US plus tax per bottle ($10.69 US per bottle) Important: If you do not meet your package due to inclement weather or illness, which is a minimum of 3 days of local diving; the discounted multi day rates do not apply. Our regular rates will be charged for dives as our discounted multi day rates start at a minimum of 3 days of local diving.

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Belize Diamond Tours is your trusted tour operator, offering a wide selection of tours to meet every adventurer's needs. Whether you prefer snorkeling, diving, fishing, hiking, or jumping off waterfalls - we've got you covered. Not sure what type of adventure is right for you or your family? Feel free to reach out and we'll curate the right itinerary for you. Click on the button below to send us a message.

Secret Beach Sail

Fan-favorite tour. Sail to Secret Beach in style while enjoying ice cold mixed drinks.

Coral Gardens, Hol-Chan & Shark-Ray Alley

All-day sailing and snorkeling through some of the most beautiful marine reserves in Belize.

Cave-Tubing

Drift through ancient caves and learn more about the original inhabitants of Belize.

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Jump into the water or cast your line from the boat. Catch fishes or lobsters and we'll cook it for you.

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Fishes, Fishes, and Fishes

We always start off by catching a good amount of bait such as Mackerels or Sardines , in order to fish for different types of Snappers , Jacks , Groupers , Barracudas , Tuna and many many many more.

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The maximum capacity for fishing is four persons at a time. For snorkeling, it ranges from 1 person to a family of 8+.

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Water, sodas, rum punch and fishing tackles are all provided for every tour. *Some of our tours may also include Lunch*

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Half Day Reef Fishing

Go looking for fresh bait (sardines) to start your reef fishing. Then you fish along the many spots that we have to offer for fishing along the second largest living barrier in the world or go closer to shore where we fish around channels and mangroves. 

Full Day Reef Fishing

Go looking for fresh bait (sardines) to start your reef fishing. Then you fish along the many spots that we have to offer for fishing along the second largest living barrier in the world or go closer to shore where we fish around channels and mangroves. If the weather permits, we take advantage of it and fish on the other side of the reef. To catch bigger fishes.  

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Full Day - Reef Fishing, Snorkeling, Beach BBQ

We Start our day by looking for sardines so that we can fish along the second largest barrier reef in the world. Then we fish for our lunch of the day which can be from snappers, jacks, groupers, barracudas, and many different kinds of fishes. Once we get enough for lunch we head over to the reef where we will then get into the water and do some snorkeling. While snorkeling, we will then look for lobsters, when in season, to go along with our fish for lunch. Then we go over to the beach where we get everything prepared and start a fire on a grill to cook our fresh catch of the day. Once we are finished, you can either hang out on the beach or get back in the water for some more snorkeling before heading back to the island.

This tour includes a certified tour guide, water, sodas, fresh fruits, rum punch, fishing tackles and lunch.

Night Fishing

We start our evening by catching fresh sardines. We start ti fish right before night falls, where we will have even greater chances of getting bigger fishes up to 15lbs. Cubera snappers, dog tooth snappers, red snappers, jacks, groupers, barracudas, sharks… just to name a few of what we might catch.

This tour includes water, sodas, rum punch, and fishing tackles.

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Hol Chan Marine Reserve

The Hol Chan Marine Reserve is known for one of the best snorkeling places in Belize, 15 minutes away on boat.  On this tour, you will get to snorkel in a giant aquarium filled with abundance of marine life and beautiful corals. We continue on our next stop: SharkRay Alley , 5 minutes aways from Hol Chan Marine Reserve. Here you will get to snorkel with the southern stingrays and nurse sharks, blue tangs, horse eyes jacks, and snappers. 

This tour begins at 8:00am and also includes water, sodas, and snacks.

Mexico Rocks

Mexico rocks is located approximately 25 minutes north of San Pedro Town. It is a marine reserve, where you get to snorkel from 10 to 12 ft of water. Big patches of corals, a diversity of marine species, nurse sharks, southern sting rays, schools of small tropical fish, and snappers. If you count yourself lucky, you will encounter with eagle rays, moray eels and even green turtles.

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Coral Gardens

Coral Gardens is located 25 minutes from San Pedro Town, Here you get to snorkel in a lot or coral formation name says. Many different types of corals diversity of small tropical fishes, nurse sharks, eagle rays, and much more to see.

Grand Day at Sea

You will snorkel at Hol Chan Marine Reserve, Shark Ray Alley, Coral Gardens and Caye Caulker North Channel -plus a chance to snorkel with the manatees. We will set sail for lunch. Get a look of how San Pedro used to look 25 years ago, at Caye Caulker. Feed the tarpons and get a chance to see sea horses.  Tour starts one hour earlier than everyone else so we can beat the rush.

This tour includes a certified tour guide, water, sodas, fresh fruits, and rum punch.

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Bacalar Chico

Full day snorkeling and beach picnic all the way up north at the end of the island. Small channel dug up by the mayans 1500 years ago. You will get to see a variety of wildlife as you go through the channel of Bacalar. From birds, crocodiles, manatees, and much much more. Learn the history of Bacalar at the small museum. Two snorkel stops at the Bacalar Marine Reserve. Lunch. Relax. After lunch, we start heading back to Town for another stop of snorkeling by the reef.

This tour includes a certified tour guide, water, sodas, fruits, rum punch, and lunch.

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Altun Ha Belize

"ROCKSTONE POND"

THE MAYAN SITE OF ALTUN HA IS LOCATED ABOUT 30 MILES NORTH OF BELIZE CITY. ALTUN HA IS CONSIDERED TO BE ONE OF THE WEALTHIEST CEREMONIAL AND TRADING CENTERS. IT WAS DISCOVERED IN 1968 BY DR. DAVID PENDERGAST. WHILE EXCAVATING THE SITE THEY DISCOVERED JADE. INCLUDING THE LARGEST PIECE EVER TO BE FOUND IN THE WHOLE MUNDO MAYA, WHICH IS THE KINICH AHAU (KNOWN AS THE MAYA SUN GOD). IT WAS FOUND IN THE TEMPLE OF THE MASONARY ALTARS OF THE STRUCTURE B4.

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IT IS A MAYA ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE THAT IS LOCATED NEAR SAN IGNACIO IN THE CAYO DISTRICT. IT HAS SKELETONS, CERAMICS AND STONEWARE. IT IS BEST KNOWN FOR THE “THE CRYSTAL MAIDEN” THE SKELETON OF A 17 YEAR OLD BOY, POSSIBLY A SACRIFICE VICTIM, WHOSE BONES HAVE BEEN CALCIFIED TO A SPARKLING, CRYSTALLIZED APPEARANCE. ONE OF THE CERAMICS “THE MONKEY POT” IS ONE OF JUST FOUR FOUND IN CENTRAL AMERICA. HERE AT THE ATM CAVES YOU WILL BE WALKING, HIKING, SWIMMIMG, JUMPING WATERFALLS. ALSO THERE ARE BATS, FRESH WATER CRABS, CRAYFISH,CATFISH, TROPICAL FISH THAT LIVES TROUGH OUT THE CAVES.

The Baboon Sanctuary in Belize

THE BABOON SANCTUARY

THE BABOON SANCTUARY IS LOCATED IN THE BERMUDA LANDING. IT BECAME A NATIONAL PARK IN 1984, PROTECTED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF BELIZE. THE BABOON SANCTUARY IS A 20 SQUARE MILES OF RAIN- FOREST AND HOME TO MORE THAN 3,000 BLACK HOWLER MONKEYS. ONCE YOU GET THERE, THERE IS A MUSUEM RIGHT ON SITE. A SHORT WALK INTO THE JUNGLE, YOU WILL FIND YOURSELF SURROUNDED BY THE FRIENDLY BLACK HOWLER MONKEYS. IT IS A GUIDED TOUR WHERE THE GUIDE WILL BE TELLING YOU ALL ABOUT THE HISTORY OF THE BLACK HOWLER MONKEYS. BECAUSE OF THE LUSH VEGETATION ALONG THE TRAIL MANY OF THE PLANTS FOUND HERE ARE THE MONKEY’S FAVORITE FOOD. AS YOU PICK IT UP YOU WILL SEE THE BLACK HOWLER MONKEYS COMING DOWN FOR THEM TO FEED.

Cave Tubing in Belize

CAVE TUBING

THE CAVE TUBING IS DONE AT THE NOHOCH CHE’EN CAVES BRANCH ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESERVE, WHICH IS ALSO KNOWN AS THE JAQUAR PAW OR CAVES BRANCH. ONCE HERE, YOU WILL BE PROVIDED WITH YOUR TUBE, LIFE JACKETS, HELMETS, AND HEADLIGHTS. YOU WILL FIRST HIKE A TRAIL LIKE FOR HALF HOUR WHERE YOU WILL SEE SOME UNIQUE PLANTS AND TREES OF BELIZE. ONCE YOU GET TO THE ENTRANCE OF THE CAVE YOU WILL BE BRIEFED BY YOUR GUIDE. THEN YOU WILL FLOAT DOWN THE CAVES ON YOUR TUBE WHERE YOU WILL SEE STALACTITES, STALAGMITES, POTTERY, MAYAN ARTIFACTS, BATS ETC. THINGS TO BRING ARE SWIMMING CLOTHES, WATER SHOES, BUGS SPRAY, EXTRA CHANGE OF CLOTHES, TOWEL.

Lamanai Belize

"SUBMERGED CROCODILE"

THE MAYA SITE OF LAMANAI IS ONE OF BELIZE’S LARGEST CEREMONIAL CENTERS.  IT IS LOCATED IN THE NORTHERN PART OF BELIZE IN THE ORANGE WALK DISTRICT, ALONG THE BANKS OF THE NEW RIVER LAGOON.  WHILE CRUISING UP THE 26 MILES OF THE NEW RIVER LAGOON YOU WILL GET TO ENJOY SEVERAL SPIECES OF WATER BIRDS, IF LUCKY ENOUGH YOU GET TO SEE IGUANAS, CROCODILES, MONKEYS, AND A  VARIETY OF FLORA AND FAUNA.  SOME OF THE LARGER STRUCTURES THAT CAN BE SEEN THERE ARE THE MASK TEMPLE, JAGUAR TEMPLE AND THE HIGH TEMPLE.

Lobster Hunting in Belize

LOBSTER HUNTING

LOBSTER HUNTING IS SEASONAL IT DOES HAVE A OPENING SEASON AND A CLOSING SEASON. IT IS OPENED FROM JULY 1ST UNTIL JUNE 30TH OF EACH YEAR. WE PROVIDE HALF DAY AND FULL DAY LOBSTER HUNTING. ON THE HALF DAYS WE GO ON THE REEF AND HUNT FOR THE LOBSTERS. WHEN WE ARE DONE WE CLEAN THEM FOR YOU ALL SO YOU CAN HAVE IT AND TAKE IT TO YOUR FAVOURITE RESTAURANT. ON THE FULL DAY WE GO HUNTING FOR THEM AND WE ALSO DO SOME FISHING IF YOU ALL LIKE. ONCE WE HAVE GOTTEN ENOUGH FOR LUNCH WE HEAD TO THE BEACH, WHERE WE PREP EVERYTHING FOR A BBQ LUNCH, AND WE ALSO DO SOME FRESH CEVICHE. WE DO PROVIDE ALL THE GEARS. WE ALSO GO STEP BY STEP TO SHOW YOU ALL HOW EVERYTHING IS DONE. SO FOR YOU ALL TO HAVE AN UNBELIZEABLE EXPERIENCE .

The Belize Zoo

THE BELIZE ZOO

THE BELIZE ZOO IS LOCATED ABOUT 29 MILES WEST OF BELIZE CITY. IT WAS FOUNDED IN 1983 BY SHARON MATOLA AND SITS ON 29 ACRES. IT IS HOME TO MORE THAN 175 ANIMALS AND ABOUT 48 SPECIES ALL NATIVE TO BELIZE. HERE IN THE ZOO YOU CAN SEE A VARIETY OF ANIMALS FROM MAMMALS, (JAGUAR, PUMA, OCELOT, DEERS, PECCARIES, TAPIRS, SPIDER AND HOWLER MONKEYS) AND MUCH MORE. BIRDS (PARROTS, OWLS, SACARLET MACAW,EAGLES, HAWKS, OWLS) AND MANY MORE. REPTILES (AMERICAN CROCODILE, MORELET’S CROCO- DILES, BOA CONSTRICTOR, FER DE LANCE) AND MUCH MORE.

THINGS TO BRING ARE SWIMMING CLOTHES, WATER SHOES, BUGS SPRAY, EXTRA CHANGE OF CLOTHES, TOWEL.

Tikal Belize

TIKAL IS AN ANCIENT CITY THAT IS LOCATED IN THE RAINFOREST OF THE PETEN BASIN IN NORTHERN GUATEMALA. IT IS ONE OF THE LARGEST ARCHEOLOGICAL SITE AND URBAN CENTERS OF THE PRE-COLUMBIAN MAYA CIVILIZATION. TIKAL NATIONAL PARK WAS DECLARED A UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE IN 1979. TIKAL WAS THE MAYAN CAPITAL AND EMPIRE AND RULES MOST OF MESOAMERICA. ONE OF THE MOST HIGHLIGHTS OF THE RUINS IS THE GREAT PLAZA, THAT HAS PALACES, CEREMONIAL BUILDINGS, STELAE, CARVED ALTARS, AND THE TWO GIANT PYRAMIDS KNOWN AS TEMPLE 1 AND TEMPLE 2. TEMPLE 1 ALSO KNOWN AS THE TEMPLE OF THE GREAT JAGUAR IS 154 FEET HIGH. TEMPLE 2 ALSO KNOWN AS THE TEMPLE OF THE MASK IS 125 FEET HIGH. IT GIVES A UNPARALLELED VIEW OF THE CITY AND THE SURROUNDING JUNGLE. ALSO LOCATED THERE IS TEMPLE 3 ALSO KNOWN AS JAGUAR PRIEST AND IS 180 FEET HIGH. ALSO THERE IS TEMPLE 4 KNOWN AS THE DOUBLE HEADED SERPENT AND IT IS 230 FEET HIGH. THERE IS ALSO TEMPLE 5 KNOWN AS MORTUARY SITE AND IT IS 187 FEET HIGH. AND LASTLY TEMPLE 6 KNOWN AS THE TEMPLE OF INSCRIPTIONS THAT DESCRIBES THE CITY’S HISTORY, AND IT IS 39 FEET TALL.

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XUNANTUNICH

IT IS AN ANCIENT MAYA ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE IN THE WESTERN PART OF BELIZE, LOCATED APPROXIMATELY 70 MILES WEST OF BELIZE CITY IN THE CAYO DISTRICT. TO GET TO XUNANTUNICH YOU HAVE TO CROSS A RIVER IN A HAND-CRANKED FERRY, WHICH YOU MUST STEP OUT THE VEHICLE WHILE CROSSING. THE HIGHEST STRUCTURE, EL CASTILLO, IS APPROXIMATELY 132 FEET HIGH. ONCE ON TOP OF EL CASTILLO YOU GET AN UNBELIZEABLE VIEW, BOTH OF THE WESTERN PART OF BELIZE AND GUATEMALA

Ziplining in Belize

THE ZIPLINE IS AN AERIAL ADVENTURE, FOR THOSE INTERESTED IN STAYING DRY. ZIP LINING IS AS CLOSE AS YOU CAN GET TO FLYING OVER THE JUNGLES OF BELIZE. ON THIS AERIAL ADVENTURE OF ZIP LINING YOU WILL BE SOARING FROM TREE TO TREE LIKE TARZAN AND EXPERIENCE AND UNBELIZEABLE ATMOSPHERE OF THE BELIZE JUNGLE THAT CAN ONLY BE SEEN FROM ABOVE THE GROUND. YOU WILL BE FASTEN SECURELY BY A HARNESS THAT IS ATTACHED TO A CABLE FROM A PLAT- FORM THAT IS LOCATED UP ON THE TREES THAT LEADS FROM ONE PLATFORM TO ANOTHER. ALL OF THIS ARE DONE BY EXPERT GUIDES. IT IS LOCATED 12 MILES SOUTH OF BELMOPAN IN THE CAPITAL CITY, ON THE HUMMINGBIRD HIGH WAY.

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We always do the best there is to offer at the Belize Unique Sea Adventures. From SNORKELING to FISHING to having an UNIQUE and UNFORGETTABLE time at Belize Central America Ambergris Caye.

It was our pleasure having you guys on board. We had a blast with our new family. We hope to see you guys again!!!

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We do our best to fulfil our guests satisfaction and to make them a part of our family. thanks once again, you are all great families., will lemaire, november 30, 2020.

Gonzalo really knows his stuff! We learned so much about the island and surrounding sea life that only an island native could know so well. He took my family an excellent all day tour of the marine reserve, coral garden, shark ally, Caye Caulker along with a few local secret spots. Super friendly and helpful to us tourists and we highly recommend to anyone visiting this special island and it’s great people. My kids will not forget this trip! Thanks Gonzalo!

Mandy Caldwell Scandlen

November 28, 2020.

Gonzo and Jairo showed us an amazing full day tour of the marine reserve and Caye Caulker. They are so kind, knowledgable and we highly recommend. You cannot go wrong if you take a tour with this company!

Coloradita Surena

February 18, 2020.

"🙏 THANK YOU GONZALO LARA! A San Pedrano that really knows the ocean and is a great guide and boat captain ! Fishing diving snorkeling !!!"

February 5, 2020

"Gonzalo and the two boys took us spear fishing ,we did really well. Thanks for a great time!"

Ben Marshall IV

December 12, 2019.

"Gonz puts you on the fish when no one else is catching fish!"

Andre Boniadi

March 5, 2019.

"Gonzalo and Joel are amazing guides and come highly recommended...taking a trip to Belize was amazing on its own, but it takes a great guide to ensure that you experience all the best parts of the trip in the shortest amount of time!"

Manouk Karamanoukian

"They are professionals, and know what they are doing. Excellent fishing. Good Times. Highly Recommend them."

Erinn Stearns

January 29, 2019.

"We had an amazing day with Gonzalo and Louis, we saw so many beautiful fish and had an awesome beach lunch!"

Jennifer Walker Maine

"Omg Gonzalo and Lewis showed us an amazing time! Absolutely book them! They took care of everything- even cooked a fabulous barbecue lunch! Loved loved loved it-especially swimming with the 🐬"

Sandra Johnson

January 11, 2019.

"Highly recommended reasonable price and best guides"

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Last Updated: April 15, 2024

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Belize is one of Central America’s biggest tourist destinations and one of my favorite countries in the region. Backpacking around Belize was an amazing experience. It’s a small, easy-to-navigate country so you don’t need a lot of time to visit.

Yet there is a ton to see and do here as well.

The diving here is world-class. Belize’s barrier reef (the second largest reef in the world) draws in scuba and snorkeling enthusiasts from around the world. Explore Mayan ruins or relax on picturesque beaches. Trek through the jungles of the interior and bask in a vibrant, diverse culture.

And those with an interest in archaeology will find the Mayan sites of Altun Ha, Lamanai, and Caracol fascinating — I certainly did!

I loved visiting Belize. It may not be the cheapest destination in Central America but it’s still quite affordable and is one of the easiest and more relaxing places to travel in the region.

This travel guide to Belize will help you plan your trip, save money, and make the most of your time in this idyllic destination.

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Top 5 things to see and do in belize.

Xunantunich Mayan ruins in the lush forests of Belize

1. Visit Altun Ha

Anyone even remotely interested in Mayan culture should make it a point to check out Altun Ha. This former Mayan trading center is located 19 miles (31 kilometers) outside of Belize City and attracts visitors not only for its ruins but for the wildlife in the region and the jungle ecosystem. The main attraction of the site is the Temple of the Masonry Altars, set in the Grand Plaza, dating back to the 7th century. The Temple is 54 feet (16 meters) tall and a climb to the top rewards you with a panoramic view of the pyramids and plaza below. You can purchase a licensed guide for 20 BZD outside the museum at the entrance. A half-day tour costs around 100 BZD and includes transportation, the entrance fee, a guide, and drinks. Admission is 10 BZD.

2. Explore the Cayes

There are hundreds of small islands off the coast of Belize, but the two most visited are Ambergris Caye and Caye Caulker . Ambergris is 35 miles (56 kilometers) east of Belize City and is the largest and the most expensive as it’s popular with families on resort-style holidays. You’ll want to spend some time exploring San Pedro Town, the major town on the island. Caye Caulker, on the other hand, is popular with backpackers. Both islands have incredible activities and you’ll have a hard time choosing which snorkel or diving trip, kayaking tour, swimming with sharks, or manatee-watching tour you want to do. Don’t miss the beautiful nature reserve on Caye Caulker, home to 170 species of birds as well as turtles, iguanas, snakes, and crocodiles. If you’re there in the summer, be sure to check out Lobsterfest for local music, beach parties, and all the incredible lobster dishes you can possibly eat.

3. See the Belize Zoo

One of the most popular attractions in Belize City is its zoo. With the tagline “the best little zoo in the world,” this 29-acre site is home to over 120 species of animals, all of which are native to the country. The zoo was started in 1983 and aligns with local wildlife conservation efforts to care for rescued, orphaned, or donated animals. Check in advance for special education days that include World Croc Day, National Tapir Day, and more. They also have guided tours by appointment and even accommodations on the premises. Their dorms start at around 80 BZD per person and camping starts at around 18 BZD. Admission to Belize Zoo is 30 BZD. Be sure to wear long pants, comfy footwear, and insect repellent, as the zoo is literally in the jungle.

4. Visit Xunantunich

Xunantunich is one of Belize’s most impressive and easily accessible Maya sites, known for its spectacular scenic location in the middle of the jungle. Archeologists date this site around 600 BCE (though the exact date is unknown). Xunantunich means “Maiden of the Rock,” which stems from its spooky legend of a dark, ghostly Mayan woman who was sighted climbing up and down the pyramid before disappearing. Getting here is an adventure — you take a hand-cranked cable ferry across the Mopan River, near the village of San Jose Succotz (don’t forget to tip the operator 2 BZD). The main El Castillo pyramid is 131 feet (40 meters) high, with ornate carvings on both the eastern and western sides. It’s a strenuous climb that’s well worth your efforts. Once you reach the top, you’re treated to stunning panoramic views of the landscape, including the Macal and Moral rivers. Expect to see lots of birds and butterflies, as well as incredible views from the temples and plazas. Admission is 10 BZD.

5. Wander the Hol Chan Marine Reserve

Coming to Belize and not diving or snorkeling would be like visiting Paris and not seeing the Eiffel Tower or going to New York City and not wandering around Central Park. Hol Chan is the most well-known marine reserve in the country, made up of Ambergris Caye marine areas (including Belize’s Great Barrier Reef), coastal seagrass beds, as well as the Boca Chica and Cangrejo Shoals mangrove islands. The diving and snorkeling within the park are fantastic, with beautiful caves, coral, and plenty of tropical fish. Head to nearby Shark Ray Alley for the chance to get up close and personal with nurse sharks, sea turtles, and southern stingrays. Activity prices start at 180 BZD for half-day tours.

Other Things to See and Do in Belize

1. see the wildlife.

Much of Central America is a wildlife observer’s paradise, and Belize is no exception. Birdwatchers will enjoy Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary with its world-class spotting opportunities, while those interested in big cats can flock to the country’s most famous protected area, Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary, where you can find jaguars. Another must-do is to check out Monkey Bay Wildlife Sanctuary, a 1070-acre protected natural area teeming with wildlife, from hundreds of bird species to pumas, tapirs, and more. Finally, the Green Iguana Project allows visitors to get an up-close-and-personal look at the endangered Green Iguana species..

2. Visit Bacab Adventure & Eco Park

Only 20 minutes outside Belize City, and with over 500 acres of lush jungle, here you’ll find hiking trails, waterways, wildlife (such as howler monkeys), a giant swimming pool with a waterfall. It’s part theme park and part nature reserve, and makes for an excellent getaway from Belize City. There are plenty of activities, from horseback safari, kayak tours, jungle biking, nature walks, swimming, bird watching, ruins tours, and more. It’s a fun place to visit with kids.

3. See Caracol

Caracol is a large Mayan site located in the Chiquibul Forest Reserve in the Cayo District. This was once one of the most powerful cities of the Mayan era. Unlike Altun Ha, the ruins in Caracol are less restored and are located in a jungle setting, which adds to the ancient feeling of the site (which made them my favorite because I felt like Indiana Jones). The site is full of reservoirs, walls, and tombs, with the best attraction being the main temple (called the Canaã or Sky Place), a 143-foot (44-meter) tall building that offers incredible views and surprising acoustics. Admission is 15 BZD.

4. Explore Actun Tunichil Muknal

One of the most exhilarating, if not spooky, things to do in the country is the Actun Tunichil Muknal cave tour. The cave is home to the remains of victims of Mayan sacrifices and, after a brief hike and trek through the jungle, you’ll come face to face with their skeletons. The site was discovered in 1989 and has been popular with tourists ever since. It was one of my favorite activities in the country. Because it is so popular, tours have become a lot more restrictive on where you can walk and when you can go. Expect to pay around 225-250 BZD for an organized tour. Bring water shoes, a bathing suit, and clothes that you don’t mind getting wet.

5. Dive the Barrier Reef

This is the second-longest barrier reef in the world, stretching over 186 miles (300 kilometers) as part of a reef system that extends all the way up to the Yucatan Peninsula. The vibrant coral and magnificent marine life make up the country’s most popular tourist attraction. Divers and snorkelers can enjoy the reef within one of the many islands in the marine park or take a boat tour further out. In 1996, the reef was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Great Blue Hole is the most common reason people visit the barrier reef. This incredibly striking underwater sinkhole is known for its crystalline waters, coral, fish, and stalactite-filled caves, stretching hundreds of feet below. Other must-do activities include snorkeling at the Hol Chan Marine Reserve, swimming with whale sharks at the Gladden Spit and Silk Cayes, and exploring Half Moon Caye.

6. See St. John’s Cathedral

Located in downtown Belize City, St. John’s Cathedral is the oldest Anglican Church in South America (and the oldest standing structure in the country). Built from red bricks that were brought aboard English sailing ships in the 1800s, this is an awesome piece of history to check out. The original church became a cathedral in 1891, and the neighboring cemetery was actually built during the colonial era using slave labor.

7. Visit Orange Walk

The Orange Walk area of Belize has a diverse range of locals, from Creoles to Mennonites. Often dubbed “Sugar City” because of its abundance of sugar cane, the town of Orange Walk is an ideal location for exploring the Altun Ha and Lamanai and a variety of nature parks and is often used as a stop on the way to Mexico . However, honestly, there’s not much in town, and I wouldn’t suggest spending more than a few days here before moving on; it’s more of a layover stop than anything.

8. Explore Placencia

Placencia is the ideal location for divers, snorkelers, and those who wish to explore the Mayan ruins in the south of the country. It’s also an increasingly popular destination for tourists and expats. The town still has a laid-back Caribbean vibe and life here centers around the narrow main street where you will find most bars and restaurants. Located at the end of Placencia’s bustling boardwalk, Placencia Beach is brimming with shops and eateries. I loved my stay here and ended up staying an extra week.

  For information on specific cities in Belize, check out these city guides:

  • Caye Caulker Travel Guide
  • Orange Walk Travel Guide
  • Placencia Travel Guide
  • San Ignacio Travel Guide

Belize Travel Costs

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Accommodation – A bed in a hostel dorm room averages 25-50 BZD per night. Private rooms in hostels range between 70-100 BZD per night. Free Wi-Fi is standard and most hostels have self-catering facilities. Free breakfast is rare.

Prices for budget hotels start at around 140 BZD per night while a 3-star hotel will go from about 200 BZD per night. Your best value though will be renting a room or an apartment from a local over websites like Airbnb. A room in a shared house on Airbnb averages 40 BZD per night and an entire home averages around 200 BZD per night.

Food – Belizean cuisine leans heavily on beans, rice, cheese, and tortillas. Rice and beans are a common lunch choice, and you can always find tamales, panades (fried meat pies), onion soup, chicken stew, and garnaches (beans, cheese, and onion in a fried tortilla) pretty much everywhere you go. Other popular dishes include ceviche, fry jack (deep-fried dough pieces), conch fritters, and johnny cakes. On the islands, expect a lot of seafood, including lobster, shrimp, red snapper, sea bass, and halibut.

Expect to pay around 13 BZD for a quick meal at a restaurant serving traditional cuisine. A meal at a restaurant with table service and drinks costs between 50-100 BZD. For fast food (think McDonald’s), expect to pay around 15 BZD for a combo meal.

A beer is 4-5 BZD, and local alcoholic drinks like rum and coke cost around 5 BZD. It’s 8 BZD for a latte/cappuccino. Water is 1.50 BZD.

If you’re on a budget, snack on fruit here—it’s cheap, abundant, fresh, and delicious! On that note, street food is generally very cheap, as well. For less than 5 BZD, you can snack on tostadas, empanadas, and other filling local staples.

Groceries for a week cost about 80 BZD. This gets you basic staples like, rice, beans, vegetables, and some chicken or fish. Most accommodations won’t include a kitchen so be sure to find accommodation that does if you plan on cooking. Expect about 30% higher prices on the popular tourist Cayes.

Backpacking Belize Suggested Budgets

If you’re backpacking Belize, my suggested budget is around 80 BZD per day. On this budget, you’ll be staying in a hostel dorm, cooking most of your meals, eating street food, using local buses to get around, and doing the occasional cheap activities.

On a mid-range budget of 180 BZD, you’ll get a budget hotel/private hostel room/Airbnb, be able to dine out on all your meals, drink more, do more intercity travel, take the occasional taxi, and enjoy any tours you want within reason.

On a luxury budget of 325 BZD or more, well the sky is the limit and there’s nothing you really can’t do. This amount of money will get you anything you want and, any number higher than that, is just going to get you more! That said, you wouldn’t be reading a budget travel blog if you were a luxury traveler!

Belize Travel Guide: Money-Saving Tips

Belize can be a very expensive country and costs here can add up super quickly if you aren’t careful. It’s one of the more expensive countries in the region (though the islands are more expensive than the interior towns). To help you save money, here are a few budget tips for Belize:

  • Travel off-peak – The most expensive time to visit is between October and April. By traveling in the off-season, you can significantly reduce prices for accommodation and flights.
  • Hitchhike – It’s a common custom among the locals to simply hitchhike everywhere they need to go. You see old ladies, children, and families on the side of the road looking for a ride. It’s just what they do. My friends and I met great people thumbing it across the country without spending any money at all.
  • Use public transportation – Aside from hitchhiking, the most cost-effective way to get around Belize is by using public transportation. The country’s bus system covers all major highways and cities. See the How to Get Around section for more information.
  • Combine excursions – Many tour operators offer trips that combine popular excursions. These are a good way to save on transfers to each tourist destination as well as possibly get dropped off at your next destination.
  • Embrace happy hour – Most bars have a happy hour in the late afternoon and offer cheap drinks. Ask your hotel/hostel staff for suggestions on where to go for the latest deals.
  • Bring your own food – Because many day trips and excursions charge extra for lunch, bring your own food and save money. There’s tons of grocery stores that sell things to make sandwiches with.
  • Eat local – Rather than dining in restaurants in touristy areas, seek out neighborhood joints for more affordable prices. Better yet, fuel up on street food from vendors. This is almost always the cheapest option.
  • Stay with a local – If you plan ahead, you can usually find really nice Couchsurfing hosts all throughout the country. This way, you not only have a place to stay, but you’ll have a local host that can share insider tips and advice. There aren’t a ton of hosts here however so send your requests early.
  • Pack a water bottle – The tap water can be hit or miss here so bring a reusable water bottle with a filter. Not only will you save money but you’ll reduce your single-use plastic usage as well. My preferred bottle is LifeStraw since it has a built-in filter to ensure your water is always clean and safe.

Where to Stay in Belize

There aren’t a ton of hostels in Belize so make sure you book early to secure your spot. Here are my suggested places to stay in Belize:

  • Sophie’s Guest Rooms (Caye Caulker)
  • Sea Dreams Hotel (Caye Caulker)
  • D’s Hostel (San Ignacio)
  • The Old House Hostel (San Ignacio)
  • Marissa Guest House (San Ignacio)
  • The Royal Rat (Placencia)
  • Alux House (Placencia)
  • Casa Ricky’s (Orange Walk)

How to Get Around Belize

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Public transportation – A lot of the destinations within Belize are pretty walkable once you get there. There really isn’t any public transportation as the towns and villages are too small (and easily walkable). Some of the larger cities, like Belize City, have small bus networks.

The best way to get around the smaller places is to rent a bike. They cost around 25 BZD per day in many places and are a great way to explore.

Bus – Buses are the cheapest travel option to travel across the country, with fares costing between 5-25 BZD (depending on the distance traveled). For example, a bus from Belize City to Orange Walk takes 1.5 hours and costs 10 BZD. A five-hour bus to Placencia from Belize City costs about 20 BZD.

Most of the buses are old school buses that take locals and visitors between cities and all around the country. There’s no real nationwide company and schedules change frequently. Your best bet is to ask someone at your accommodation for the updated bus schedule or just show up at the bus terminal and go from there.

You can also refer to belizebus.wordpress.com. It’s not a professional website, but it’s updated frequently and it is dependable.

Flying – There are two domestic airlines in Belize: Maya Island Air and Tropic Air. These small planes take you between Caye Caulker, Placencia, Corozal, and Ambergris Caye. Flights aren’t cheap though. Belize City to Caye Caulker is 200-300 BZD round-trip, while Belize City to Placencia is about 250-550 BZD, depending on the season. You should only fly here if you’re really pressed for time.

Car Rental – If you want a lot of flexibility to get around Belize, a car rental is a great idea. Rentals are around 90-150 BZD per day. Drivers usually need to be 25 and have an IDP (International Driving Permit). Drivers under 25 might be able to rent a car though there may be extra fees.

To find the best car rental prices, use Discover Cars .

Ferry – You can take ferries and water taxis to the islands (cayes) from Belize City with either San Pedro Belize Express or Ocean Ferry Belize (about a 1.5-hour journey). Belize City to Caye Caulker starts from 42 BZD one-way, while Belize City to San Pedro (Ambergris Caye) starts from 62 BZD one-way. Between San Pedro and Caye Caulker, it’s from 42 BZD one-way.

A ferry also runs between Corozal, Sarteneja, and San Pedro. Another route runs between Placencia and Independence, while frequent water taxis run between Dangriga and the Central Cayes. You don’t need to book your ferry or water taxi in advance. Just show up at the ferry terminal and you’ll be good to go.

When to Go to Belize

The best time to visit Belize is from the end of November to mid-April. This is the country’s dry season and, although it’s peak season, Belize never really gets too crowded. It’s warm and tropical with clear skies, and you’ll have no trouble visiting the country’s best attractions.

The water is also clearest during this time for diving, and temperatures average around 80°F (27°C) each day.

From the end of April to May, humidity intensifies and temperatures increase to an average of 87°F (31°C) each day.

The rainy season is the low season and it lasts from September to October. Many businesses are shut down during this time so keep that in mind as you plan.

For the cheapest prices, consider visiting in June or July. This is when hotel prices tend to be at their lowest. November and May are good months to visit for those who want to avoid crowds as much as possible. Otherwise, you can’t beat the dry season for its sunny skies and pleasant temperatures.

How to Stay Safe in Belize

Belize is a safe place to backpack and travel. Violent crime against travelers is very rare. It’s one of the safest countries in the region.

Petty theft (including bag snatching) is one of the most common types of crime in Belize so always keep your valuables secure and out of reach just to be safe. It’s a good idea to store major valuables and large amounts of cash in a hotel safe or other secure location when you’re out exploring for the day. And, be extra-vigilant when visiting ATMs or banks.

I would avoid Belize City as much as possible. If you have to spend a night there, avoid wandering too far from the main tourist part of town. While the country as a whole is safe, Belize City is not, especially at night. I would be extra vigilant here.

Keep an eye out for common scams against tourists , such as fake ATMs, taxis that don’t use a meter, and questionable tour operators. They are rare, but they can happen.

Solo female travelers should generally feel safe here, however, the standard precautions apply (never leave your drink unattended at the bar, never walk home alone intoxicated, etc.). For specific tips, visit one of the many solo female travel blogs out there. They’ll be able to provide more detailed advice.

If you experience an emergency, dial 911 for assistance. Keep in mind that Belize City has the two best major hospitals in the country should you need medical attention.

For more in-depth coverage of how to stay safe in Belize, check out this post we wrote that answers some frequently asked questions and concerns.

Always trust your gut instinct and be sure to make copies of your passport and important documents.

The most important piece of advice I can offer is to purchase good travel insurance. Travel insurance will protect you against illness, injury, theft, and cancellations. It’s comprehensive protection in case anything goes wrong. I never go on a trip without it as I’ve had to use it many times in the past.

Belize Travel Guide: The Best Booking Resources

These are my favorite companies to use when I travel. They consistently have the best deals, offer world-class customer service and great value, and overall, are better than their competitors. They are the companies I use the most and are always the starting point in my search for travel deals.

  • Skyscanner – Skyscanner is my favorite flight search engine. They search small websites and budget airlines that larger search sites tend to miss. They are hands down the number one place to start.
  • Hostelworld – This is the best hostel accommodation site out there with the largest inventory, best search interface, and widest availability.
  • Booking.com – The best all around booking site that constantly provides the cheapest and lowest rates. They have the widest selection of budget accommodation. In all my tests, they’ve always had the cheapest rates out of all the booking websites.
  • Get Your Guide – Get Your Guide is a huge online marketplace for tours and excursions. They have tons of tour options available in cities all around the world, including everything from cooking classes, walking tours, street art lessons, and more!
  • SafetyWing – Safety Wing offers convenient and affordable plans tailored to digital nomads and long-term travelers. They have cheap monthly plans, great customer service, and an easy-to-use claims process that makes it perfect for those on the road.
  • LifeStraw – My go-to company for reusable water bottles with built-in filters so you can ensure your drinking water is always clean and safe.
  • Unbound Merino – They make lightweight, durable, easy-to-clean travel clothing.
  • Top Travel Credit Cards – Points are the best way to cut down travel expenses. Here’s my favorite point earning credit cards so you can get free travel!

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Where to Stay in Belize for an Unforgettable Exotic Escape

F rom the beaches on Ambergris Caye to the Mayan ruins in San Ignacio, Belize is packed with adventurous and dreamy travel destinations. Located on the Caribbean coast of Central America, this small country borders Guatemala and Mexico . Belize is known for its lush jungles, peaceful islands and vibrant coral reefs. Particularly impressive is the Belize Barrier Reef, the second-largest coral reef in the world, and the Great Blue Hole, a giant underwater sinkhole.

Drink a piña colada on the beach or go hiking in the mountains. Tour Mayan ruins or see lots of underwater wildlife on a snorkeling expedition. Belize appeals to all kinds of travels, from beach bums to outdoor adventure-seekers. Accommodation options range from budget-friendly beach cabanas to romantic bungalows to dreamy island resorts. Plan your Belize getaway now with our list of the best places to stay in Belize.

1. San Pedro, Ambergris Caye

If a Caribbean vacation is your goal, San Pedro is a great place to start. Located on Ambergris Caye, the largest island in Belize, San Pedro is a quick 15-minute flight from Belize City. Or you can go the slower route and travel by ferry, which takes about 90 minutes. 

The island is close to the Belize Barrier Reef, the second-largest coral reef system in the world, making it a great spot for snorkeling and scuba diving. If you want to explore this underwater UNESCO World Heritage Site, be sure to visit the Hol Chan Marine Reserve, a protected zone that is home to more than 160 different fish species. You can get there by boat in about 10 minutes. 

Not all of the resorts on Ambergris Caye have swimmable beaches, making pools their main attraction. For an off-resort experience where you can enjoy drinks in the water, many make the trek to Secret Beach. It’s slow-going to get there by golf cart, so you may want to take a minivan taxi. This will cost you about $100 round-trip, but your driver will wait and return you to your resort.    

Many of Belize’s most popular resorts are just a short golf cart drive from San Pedro. If you’re looking to book a stay on points, SheBuysTravel writer Heidi Gollub recommends Alaia Belize, Autograph Collection — this Marriott property opened in 2021 and has the most incredible oceanview suites. Use Alaia’s Adventure Concierge to book fishing, snorkeling, and scuba diving excursions that leave from the resort’s Five Star PADI Dive Center. 

Gollub also recommends getting an oceanside aromatherapy massage from Victoria House Resort & Spa , no matter where you’re staying on Ambergris Caye. If you stick around for dinner at the resort’s Palmilla Restaurant, ask for the chef’s special. 

2. Caye Caulker

Caye Caulker is the perfect spot for a slower, more relaxing beach vacation. This island is particularly popular among backpackers, who are attracted to its affordable prices and laid-back atmosphere. Caye Calker is also easy to get to, as it is only a 45-minute water taxi ride from Belize City.

Visitors can sample fresh seafood, meet the locals or try out a variety of water activities, including snorkeling, diving, scuba diving and kayaking. There is a seahorse reserve, a mangrove forest and lots of boat trips that depart from the island. The Hol Chan Marine Reserve is also accessible from Caye Caulker.

You won’t find expensive luxury resorts on this island. Accommodations options include boutique hotels and cozy cabanas, all reasonably priced. If you’re traveling with family, Caye Reef Condos  is a great option. These beachfront apartments can sleep up to six people and are equipped with kitchens. Backpackers can opt for one of the island’s popular hostels, such as Blue Fin Cabanas  and Sophies Guest Rooms .

3. Placencia

Placencia sits on the southern tip of a peninsula in southeastern Belize. This charming fishing village is known for its beautiful sand beaches, which stretch for miles. Adventure-seekers can use Placencia as a home-base while heading off on exciting day trips, while those looking to relax can sunbathe on the beaches or explore the lively downtown area. When you’re not relaxing or exploring the jungle, hike to the nearby Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary and see jaguars.

The town is home to many luxury beach resorts, many of which have their own dive centers. One popular luxury option is Turtle Inn , a charming beachfront restaurant seated between the Placencia lagoon and the Caribbean Sea. The Turtle Inn boasts an on-site spa, three restaurants, two bars and a pool area.

There are also more affordable hotels for those on a tighter budget. On such option, Miramar Suites , is a popular beachfront hotel located in downtown Placencia. This is a great option for families, as there as an outdoor pool area and many rooms come equipped with kitchens or kitchenettes.

4. San Ignacio

Ready to dive into Mayan history? Travel to San Ignacio. This town is located in the Cayo District, only 20 minutes from the Guatemalan border. Travelers here have easy access to ancient Maya ruins, like Xunantunich and Caracol. The town is surrounded by nature reserves, national parks, waterfalls and caves.

Downtown San Ignacio is full of colorful murals, local markets and locally-owned restaurants. Travelers can stay in jungle lodges or charming boutique hotels. Learn about Iguanas at the Green Iguana Conservation Project or take a Mayan chocolate making tour. To get your adrenaline pumping, take an ATV tour cave tour.

Hotel options in San Ignacio include the  Chaa Creek , a luxury resort dedicated to eco-tourism. Guests can opt to stay in suites, cottages, villas or guest rooms. Some of the upscale villas come with jacuzzis, private verandas and private infinity pools. Maya Mountain Lodge  is a more affordable option just a short walk from the city center.

Hopkins is a small village on the coast of the Stann Creek. The village is home to a community of Garifuna people, a mix of African and Indigenous Americans who live in small towns along the Caribbean. Enjoy delicious Garifuna cuisine, such as bundiga or cassava bread. The Garifuna people are also known for the lively music, which can be heard at local restaurants and bars. For an even more immersive experience, take a drumming or dancing lesson.

Travelers can also visit an overwater bar, go scuba diving, explore a wildlife sanctuary or rent a bike and explore the village. Accommodation options range from modest guest houses to oceanfront luxury hotels. Particularly popular resorts include Belizean Dreams Resort  and Hamanasi Adventure & Dive Resort .

6. Belize City

Belize City is the largest city in the country, and likely the start of your Belize adventure, as it houses the country’s only international airport. Most travelers fly into Belize City and spend a couple days here before heading off to one of the islands or other vacation destinations.

Although Belize City isn’t known for its beaches, it is home to colonial architecture, historic landmarks and museums. Learn a little history at the Museum of Belize or check out the architecture in St. John’s Cathedral. There’s also a popular zoo and lots of guided nature tours that depart from the city. Some popular accommodation options in Belize City include Villa Boscardi  and Harbour View Boutique Hotel & Yoga Retreat .

7. Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve

Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve is the perfect base for nature-lovers. Here, you’ll find waterfalls, caves, natural waterslides, pools and pine forests. Travelers can spend the day hiking, biking or horseback riding through the forests while enjoying breathtaking scenery and spotting a variety of wildlife.

For affordable accommodation options, stay in a rustic cottage, such as Kane Villas vacation rentals . These rental apartments include a kitchen and a private balcony with views of the mountains. If you’re looking to splurge, consider a luxurious forest lodge, such as the Blancaneaux Lodge , operated by the Family Coppola Hideaways. This resort features an outdoor swimming pool, an organic garden and two on-site restaurants.

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