What you will do
Belize boasts the biggest coral reef of the northen hemisphere, and the second biggest in the world.
Immerse yourself in Belize’s nature for a fantastic adventure amongst some of the rarest bird species alive
Cave Tubing And Xunantinich
You’ll cross the rainforest until you reach the Xunantunich archeological site, build by the ancient Mayan civilization.
Altun Ha Ruins
Visit one of the first “shopping malls” invented by the mayans, which could fit over 3000 people
Great Blue Hole
This incredible sinkhole is almost 300 meters in diameter
Hol Chan Marine Reserve
The Hol Chan Marine Reserve was founden in 1979, and has since been guarding the treasures of the amazing coral reef
Whitetip sharks and nurse sharks can be seen swimming majestically in these waters.
The chances of swimming with these harmless creatures are higher between the months of March and June
Friendly dolphins are a common sight in this splendid sea
Manta rays can be seen swimming all year round
Spotting dugongs is not an easy task, but chances increase between June and September
The chances of getting to meet the hawksbill turtle increase between March and October, while loggerhead turtles are often seen between March and May
The Whitespotted toadfish is one of the reef’s many endemic creatures
Photography enthusiasts will be able to capture these beautiful creatures in their natural habitat
Temperatures, what to visit,
flora and fauna, how to get there,
culture and cuisine, safety
Teo from Milan, October 7, 2017
This was an excellent trip. Everything was perfect. Belize is gorgeous, and the dives exceeded my expectations. I’d definitely go back.
Vito from Bari, May 15, 2015
The dives where incredible, Belize is so rich in fauna and flora it’s ridiculous. It’s a small country, but packed full of life and beauty.
The most beautiful coral reef!
Manuela from Palermo, April 12, 2017
WOW!!! I had never seen a coral reef like this one. The colors and creatures were just overwhelming. I fell in love with everything. I can’t even begin to describe the Blue Hole.. you’ll have to see for yourself!