Belize Scuba Diving Tours, Dive Trips and Dive Excursions

Hol Chan And Shark Ray Alley Marine Park Dive / Snorkel Combo Tour

A perfect trip for divers with non-divers to enjoy together, this tour features a 30-foot dive at Hol Chan combined with a snorkeling stop at Shark Ray Alley. Off the southern tip of Ambergris Caye, Hol Chan has flourished into a unique refuge, with robust coral formations and an abundance of marine life.  This explosion of marine life is largely due to its protected status, promising a unique underwater experience for divers with its preservation of true, untainted sea life before man.  This means endless sights Of Jacks, Tarpon, Snook, Manta Rays, and Barracuda, just to name a few of the over 160 different species of fish identified at Hol Chan.

Schedule : 9:00am or 2pm (trip is 2.5 hours total)

  • Minimum persons to confirm trip: 3*
  • What to bring: park fee, dive certificate, dive gear (if any) sunscreen, towel, swimsuit.
  • What’s included: tanks, weights and water and a complimentary pick up and drop off at your hotel dock.
  • Tour cost: Please contact us for current rates.

Great Blue Hole And Half-Moon Full Day Dive Tour

Of all the natural wonders in the world, the Great Blue Hole of  Belize is a diver’s ultimate fantasy. Begin this tour on a sunrise cruise to Lighthouse Reef as you enjoy breakfast, the breeze, and the day’s new sun peeking from the horizon.  Travel time on this trip is 2.5 hours.

The Blue Hole Dive is to be enjoyed for its prehistoric nature and the grandeur of its enormous underwater stalactites.  Adding to the trill of the dive are the resident Caribbean Reef Sharks which sashay from the deep blue. You will also explore the explosion of marine life along the walls of Half Moon Caye and Long Caye, as Midnight Parrot Fish dart among the gentle swaying Gorgonians, sea turtles and a visibly of roughly 70 to 80 feet (23-26 m).

A stop at the island of Half Moon Caye for some island time and a quaint visit to the White faced Red Footed Booby Bird Sanctuary – a specie found only on this island and in the Galapagos.

  • Minimum persons to confirm trip: 10*
  • What to bring: park fee, dive certificate, swimsuit, dive gear (if any), towel and an extra set of dry clothes.
  • What’s included: 1 dive at The Great Blue Hole, 2 wall dives, tanks and weights, continental breakfast, lunch, refreshments, pick up and drop off (A fee may apply depending on distance)
  • Tour cost: Please contact us for current rates.

Hol Chan Marine Night Dive

More than 80% of marine life in the Caribbean Sea is nocturnal, and this Night Dive Scuba Diving Tour of Hol Chan lets you see marine life as you’ve never seen it before. Because of all of the energetic habitation at the reserve, this trip promises to be an exciting one, with creatures coming in and out of their nocturnal activity, spawning and feeding, as well as the iridescent colors from the glow of your dive light.

This tour is only allowed when the tide is good.

Schedule: Most evenings at 6:00pm (Inquire on week's schedule). Reservations required.

  • Minimum persons to confirm trip: 3*
  • What to bring: dive certificate, dive gear (if any), swim suits, towel,
  • What’s included: tanks and weights. Dive Gear and UW Light rentals are available, please request with your reservation.
  • Tour cost: Please contact us for current rates.

Turneffe Atoll Full Day Dive Tour

Begin your day with breakfast on a sunrise cruise to the Turneffe Atoll, the largest of three coral reef atolls in Belize.  The Turneffe Atoll, an island of coral encircling a lagoon, stretches 30 miles long and 10 miles wide.  It is a natural spectacle, resulting from the biological concoction of coral beds and hundreds of mangrove islands. Throughout the day you will explore the reefs of Turneffe on three incredible wall dives.  The site is known for its impressive slope walls, creating a natural nursery for a wide variety of exotic fish, including the rare White-spotted Toadfish.  Other common inhabitants are  giant jewfish, nurse sharks, reef sharks, trunkfish, and horse- eye jacks. As currents flow in at “The Elbow” at the southernmost point of the atoll, schools of game fish, turtles and Eagle Rays draw in.  Here is the perfect photo opportunity, featuring a magnificent backdrop of soft corals and huge turtle sponges.

  • Typical Depth Range: 60 feet (18 meters) to unlimited (wall)
  • Typical Current Conditions: Medium (2 knots)
  • Typical Visibility: 100 feet (30 meters)
  • Minimum persons to confirm trip: 8-10*
  • What to bring: dive certificate, dive gear (if any), sunscreen, swimsuit, towel and an extra set of dry clothes.
  • What’s included: 3 wall dives, tanks and weights, continental breakfast, refreshments, lunch, rum punch, pick up and drop off at your hotel dock. (A charge fee may apply depending on distance).
  • Tour cost: Please contact us for current rates.

Barrier Reef Dive – One Tank Dive, Two Tank Dive And Three Tank Dive

You don't have to go far from the island to experience the brilliant underwater beauty of the Caribbean.  You just have to know where to go.  Only a short 5-10 minute cruise from most of all Dive shop dock takes you to multiple dive sites just beyond the reef crest, sites closely held by our local experts. On this tour, you will experience depths of 60-80 feet, starting off a 40 foot gorgonian plain into a vivid terrain of fleshy boulder and pillar coral formations, amongst waving sea fans, sea rods and impressive sponges.

This tour is available daily. Dive gear is an additional cost.

  • Minimum persons to confirm trip: 3*
  • What to bring: dive certificate, dive gear (if any) sunscreen, towel, swimsuit.
  • What’s included: water and dive master
  • Price: Please contact us for current rates.

1 Tank Dive Trip

  • Morning trips: 9am to 10:30am | 11am to 12:30pm
  • Afternoon trip: 2pm to 3:30pm | 4pm to 5:30pm (upon availability)

2 Tank Dive Trip

  • Morning trips: 9am to 12:30pm
  • Afternoon trip: 2pm to 5:30pm

 3 Tank Dive Trip

  • Morning trips (Dives 1 & 2):   9am to 12:30pm
  • Afternoon trip (Dive 3): 2pm to 3:30pm

* This doesn’t mean that you must have that many people to go on the tour just that the tour operator must have additional guests going to make up the minimum number…

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