Ambergris Caye offers numerous aquatic activities such as world class snorkeling, scuba diving, fishing, sailing, kayaking, windsurfing, parasailing, jet skiing, and expert guided eco-tour excursions on the island and on the mainland. We are committed to booking our guests with the best qualified and licensed guides in the country. In addition to the watersports available offshore, there are also secluded beach barbeques, tours of Mayan ruins, cave tubing, river kayaking, and many other mainland adventures just a short boat trip away.
Snorkel stops at local sites such as Mexico Rocks and lunch on the beach is a great way to experience more of Ambergris caye. Mexico Rocks is only 10 – 12 feet deep offering much to see in Coral species such as anemones, sponges, and flame scallops. In Between snorkel sites you will enjoy a BBQ lunch on white sandy beaches prepared by your crew.
Complete your island experience with a full day of sailing to our neighboring island Caye Caulker. Start by sailing away from San Pedro to Hol Chan Marine reserve for a snorkel and after head to the village of Caye Caulker. Here you can enjoy lunch at a local restaurant before wandering through the sandy streets to shops supplying locally made art for souvenirs. After, sail back to San Pedro with another snorkel stop to Shark Ray Alley. All that can be done in a day on the island!
Belize offers excellent fishing from reef fishing to deep fishing. Fishing trips are private and can extend half day or the entire day as you prefer.
Snorkeling to Hol Chan “little blue Channel” provides a unique experience in observing the marine lives in their habitat and is considered a must do for a true island experience. Located 20 minutes boat ride south of Ambergris Caye and 30 feet of depth with excellent visibility you will be awed by these marine species. You are more likely to see snappers, groupers, parrot fish, rays, moray eels, spider crabs and even nurse shark.
There are over 30 local dive sites around the barrier reef that are portrayed at beginner’s level which is ideal for starting your diving adventures. The terrain is a short spur and Groove formation and ranges from 30 to 100ft depth with normal visibility. Water temperature average between 80 –82 degrees Fahrenheit.
One of the most popular rated tours in Belize, envision tubing through sacred caves, under nature’s lush shades and feeling the cool water underneath offering such a captivating experience. Cave ceilings covered with Stalactites and river edge decorated with stalagmites, these passageways considered by the Mayas as the entrance to the underworld were once used for their beliefs and traditions.
Here is an opportunity to get acquainted with Belize’s abounding wildlife in one area, the Belize Zoo is home to over 150 different animals. It was founded in 1983 and sits on 29 acres of land. You will be able to see up close these magnificent species of creatures, such as the birds, Jaguar, Puma, Tapir, Howler Monkeys and many more in their habitat.
Located in the majestic Belizean Rainforest, experience the adrenaline rush of a zip line adventure soaring through the treetops high above the ground. Zip lines usually consist of averagely 7- 15 platforms and also involves some hiking. Thrill seekers will absolutely enjoy this.
Xunantunich Mayan Temple offers the most in learning the ancient history of the Mayan civilization. Opened in the 1950’s it is composed of six main plazas and surrounded by more than twenty-five temples and palaces. Additionally, the tour itself involves short hikes and even climbing the ruin for amazing views.