Caye Caulker Marine Reserve

Half Day Tour – Minimum 4 persons

This tour includes a short 10 minute boat ride from Caye Caulker to this marine

reserve.  The area was declared a marine reserve in 1998 and includes a portion of the barrier reef that runs parallel to the island as well as the turtle grass lagoon

adjacent to the Caye Caulker Forest Reserve. We offer this tour 2 times per day.  We have a morning tour that leaves at 10:30 a.m. and returns at 1:30 p.m.  So if you are not a morning person don’t worry our afternoon tour leaves at 2:00 p.m.and returns at 5:00 p.m.   This tour includes 3 snorkeling stops, snorkel gear, purified water and light snack.

Caye Caulker Marine Reserve

Full Day Tour – Minimum of 4 persons

This trip consists of 3 stops; however the main attraction on this trip is the Hol Chan Marine Reserve.  Hol Chan Marine Reserve is located in front of San Pedro, Ambergris Caye.    The area is the oldest marine reserve in Belize which was officially declared a marine reserve on May 2 1987. Hol Chan is a Mayan word for ‘Little Channel’. The channel cuts through the reef and it is 75ft wide and 30ft deep.  Depending on number of passengers we choose the best fit vessel from our fleet of 3 speed boats.  This tour leaves at 10:30 a.m. and returns at 4:30 p.m.  We stop in San Pedro for lunch. The trip includes all snorkeling gear, park fee, fruits, and purified water.

Manatee Tour

Full Day – Minimum 5 persons
Starts at 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

About a 45 minute boat ride to Swallow Caye Wildlife Sanctuary, you will be able to see the manatees in their natural habitat. Swallow Caye Wildlife Sanctuary spans nearly 9000 acres, including Swallow Caye and some parts of nearby Drowned Caye. Here the ocean floor is covered with turtle-grass beds, which support a small population of the West Indian Manatees. After spending some time there you will head to St. George’s Caye to have lunch. Once you’re finish with your lunch you will have some spare time to explore the island. Important to note is that this small island was once the capital of Belize.  The island’s history dates back to the early 1700’s when British Colonists first settled the island.  Don’t think you won’t get wet on this tour because on our way back we will make 2 snorkeling stops before heading back to Caye Caulker. The trip includes all snorkeling gear, park fee, fruits, lunch and purified water.

Goff's Caye Special - Families Favorite

Full Day – Minimum 6 persons – Only on Weekends

9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Goff’s Caye is a small island located off the coast of Belize City, north of the English Channel. It sits on the edge of the Barrier Reef and is under protection and registered as an archaeological site because in the Colonial era, it served as a settlement area, a fishing camp, a trade center as well as a cemetery. The island is mostly visited by cruise ship passengers during the week which is why we prefer the weekends when we can have the island to ourselves. We have barbecue on the beach with your choice of chicken, lobster (seasonal), or fish with coconut rice and veggies and conch ceviche (seasonal). You will be able to swim around the island and near the reef.  Be sure to save some energy because we also make one final snorkeling stop at Gallows Point on our way back home to Caye Caulker. The trip includes all snorkeling gear, fruits, lunch, ceviche and purified water.

Turneffe Atoll

Full Day – Minimum 6 persons
Starts at 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Off the coast of Belize there are 3 main atolls.  This includes Turneffe Atoll, Lighthouse Reef and Glover’s Reef.  On this tour we have selected Belize’s largest atoll.  On this trip we take an hour boat ride across the blue ocean to Turneffe Atoll. During the course of the day we will be making 3 snorkel stops around the area.  While snorkeling at Turneffe you will get a chance to discover some of Belize’s untouched reefs that are thriving with an abundance of sea life.   In addition to the amazing snorkeling , one of the main highlights of the tour is during our stop at an area referred as Vicente Point.  Here we visit an old fishing camp that is settled by local Belizean Fishermen who continue to practice their traditional fishing methods in these remote areas of Belizean waters.  During our visit to Vincent Point, our guides will be preparing lunch at the camp and during this time you will be able to socialize with the fishermen as they share their life experiences about their life on the camp.  Lunch options includes your choice of whole fish, fish fillet or lobster (seasonal) with coconut rice and veggies.  All tours includes rental of snorkeling gear, fruits, purified water and lunch.

Fishing

5 hours – Minimum 1 – Maximum 4

We do Spin Cast and Deep Sea Fishing.  Spin Cast Fishing is done inside the reef at popular fishing areas. Deep Sea Fishing is done outside of the reef; the deep blue. Both trips include fishing gear,purified water and fruits. Snorkeling can also be done on request.

Private Charters

Our speed boats are also available for private charters. Charters can be organized to go anywhere in Belize and you can customize your own trip. Email us for more information.

*Prescription masks are available upon requests.*

These tours are planned every day!