Diving in the Caribbean
Whether you’re a professional, or diving for the first time you’ll definitely be fascinated by the underwater of such a small but beautiful country. Divers of all ages are eager to explore the coral formations along the reef. You can either swim through tunnels or merely glide over the spur and groove canyons that run perpendicular to the Barrier Reef. The reef offers a wide assortment of marine life. Catch a glimpse of a variety of turtles, parrotfish, angelfish, sharks, crabs, lobsters, rays, dozens of species of corals and sponges and much more. The dive sites are conveniently located within a short distance from the dive center and are properly marked by mooring lines. Get certified before your visit or even take an introductory course which is available here with qualified dive instructors in any of Belize’s coastal or island locations. Dive sites include Shark Ray alley, Hol Chan Marine Reserve, and the world famous Blue Hole to name a few. Or even have an encounter with a whale shark at Gladden Spit (Seasonal). This trip is a must by all means.