Explore the Great Blue Hole
The world’s largest natural formation of its kind, and known as a bucket list dive, the Great Blue Hole is a giant submarine sinkhole made famous by marine conservationist Jacques Cousteau in 1970. Options for exploring it include diving, snorkeling, and flying.
Dive the Belize Barrier Reef
The Belize Barrier Reef Reserve is a paradise for scuba divers and snorkelers comprised of approximately 450 sand and mangrove cayes, over 100 hard and soft coral species, 500 species of fish, and hundreds of invertebrate species.
Snorkel the Hol Chan Marine Reserve and Shark Ray Alley
Located very close to San Pedro and ideal for snorkelers and beginning divers, Hol Chan Marine Reserve and Shark Ray Alley are the most popular diving / snorkeling sites in Belize. The diverse array of marine life here includes large numbers of nurse sharks and sting rays.
Fly Fish the Flats
In addition to the only classic tarpon flats outside South Florida, Belize’s shallow water is home to bonefish, permit, jack crevalle, barracuda, cobia, and snook. With fisheries supplemented by a large migratory population, you can cast for tarpon 12 months a year.
Hike the Maya Ruins
Belize once was home to more than 2 million Mayas. Today, one of the most exciting ways to appreciate their ancient culture is to hike the remains of the temples and city-states that are scattered across the country.
Zipline through the Belizean Jungle
Kids and adults can soar from platform to platform through the dense Belizean jungle at canopy level, getting a bird’s eye view of the country’s extraordinary tropical flora and fauna. Ziplining adventures can also be combined with cave tubing.