Explore Belize’s Grand Channel with a trip to the Barrier Reef, only ten miles offshore. After a 30 minute boat ride to the first dive site, you will see a wide variety of sealife; from sea turtles, moray eels, barracuda and king mackerel to eagle rays, stingrays, manta rays and, at times, hammerhead sharks, Jew fish and dolphins up close. No matter that sea life you’re looking for, this diver’s playground gives you front-row access to the most exotic sea life that you’ve always dreamed of.
Start your morning with an invigorating hike to the top of the Antelope Falls and enjoy the breathtaking view at the top overlooking the Caribbean Sea. You’ll then start your way down on foot before then rappelling 300 to 500 feet down to the base. After the first zip, you’ll treat yourself to a delicious, traditional Belizean meal before zipping down again for a mile and a half on the longest zip line in Belize.
Climb aboard this 40-foot-long catamaran and set sail on the crystal clear waters of Belize’s Southern Marine Reserve. Discover your adventurous side as the anchor is dropped and you set out to snorkel among shoals of colorful fish and swim with barracudas, rays and turtles, or just admire the vibrant underwater life of the second largest barrier reef in the world.
This Belizean escapade departs from our marina and epitomizes adventure! Begin your day with a voyage out to the Caribbean Sea where you’ll sail through crystal waters and pass picture-perfect islands. Your voyage will then come to a pause as you stop to catch little sprats for bait. After having practiced the technique of castes net throwing you’ll continue your expedition to the Captain’s favorite, exclusive fishing spot as you test your luck to catch the “big one” for the day. After catching your hearts desire we’ll head to Limilia where our chefs will transform your perfect catch into the perfect bite.
Proceed through pristine wetlands on your way to the South Highway. On most nights, the air will be clear enough to see the majestic silhouette of Victoria Peak (3,675 ft) and the distant Maya Mountain Range. Make your way to the Maya Center and the entrance of the world’s only jaguar reserve, the Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary.
Experience the raw nature of Belize and sweeten up your day with an educated, guided tour throughout one of South Belize’s cacao farms. Learn about the growing, harvesting and curing of cacao beans, as you’re lead on a step-by-step journey of the production of your favorite delicacy. Upon your completion of your cacao crash course, you’ll learn how to prepare, cook and best of all, eat your delectably handcrafted chocolate.