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Caye Caulker: 7-Stop Snorkeling in the Belize Barrier Reef

1. Caye Caulker: 7-Stop Snorkeling in the Belize Barrier Reef

Snorkel at the Hol Chan marine reserve and at Ray Alley, the second largest coral reef system in the world, on this day trip from Caye Caulker. Ride in a comfortable speedboat and use high-quality snorkeling equipment. Enjoy a delicious lunch with drinks and get GoPro photos and videos.  Meet your group at 9:00 AM at the local partner's office located on Caye Caulker. Get geared up, listen to a quick briefing on what to do and not to do to ensure the day is fun-filled and safe. Embark on a cruise to the Belize Barrier Reef. Hop in the water to look for wildlife like turtles where the world’s largest population of West Indian manatees live. See corals that have been protected for over 30 years at the Hol Chan marine reserve. Feel the thrill of diving with sharks in the Ray Alley. Stop for lunch onboard at 12:00 PM. After that, take the chance to explore an amazing shipwreck, coral gardens, and more turtles. The tour ends at 3:00 PM with two bonus sightseeing stops to see seahorses.

San Pedro: Snorkeling Trip with 4 Stops, Sharks, and Lunch

2. San Pedro: Snorkeling Trip with 4 Stops, Sharks, and Lunch

Meet at the beachfront of Lily's Treasure Chest Restaurant in the morning at 8am, look for one of our Team Members in our Yellow Ridge and Reef Adventures Shirt who will give you instructions and get you checked in for your adventure. Get geared up and depart for Hol Chan Marine Reserve. After a refreshing boat ride, arrive at the Marine Park. Enjoy 45 minutes to an hour to snorkel and explore this vibrant underwater world teeming with flora and fauna. Then, cruise to Shark and Ray Alley. Test your nerves and swim with nurse sharks that range between 3 and 12 feet in length. Keep an eye out for a variety of species, such as horse-eyed jacks, snappers, and much more. This experience lasts anywhere from 20 minutes to 45 minutes, depending on you. Climb aboard once again and make your way to Coral Gardens. Snorkel above vast and breathtaking coral formations that serve as a home to many species of fish, including loggerhead turtles. Continue to the North Channel, near Caye Caulker. Here, catch a glimpse of manatees, eels, nurse sharks, and other beautiful flora and fauna. Snorkel for about 30 to 45 minutes. If you are unable to see manatees here, you will be guided to another location in search of these gentle giants.  Make a stop on the leeward side of Caye Caulker to feed large but gentle fish called tarpons or silver giants. Visit a sea horse sanctuary to look for these small but beautiful sea creatures. Stop at a local restaurant in the afternoon and savor a warm Belizean lunch. Then, enjoy free time to explore the village at your own pace. Visit the split caused by Hurricane Hatti, one of the strongest hurricanes of 1961. Depart Caye Caulker in the late afternoon for a return transfer to San Pedro.

Flores: Belize, Caye Caulke, San Pedro Van/ Ferry Transfer

3. Flores: Belize, Caye Caulke, San Pedro Van/ Ferry Transfer

. Transfer from Flores Guatemala to Caye Caulker Belize includes Bus Service and Boat Service . We board at 6:00 in Flores . Immigration forms will be issued to enter Belize . Tickets will be given for the boat that will transport us from Belize City to Caye Caulker or San Pedro Amberguis . Information on the mechanism of the trip will be given . We drove for two hours to get to the Guatemalan border with Belize . At the border, it is necessary to get off the bus for immigration procedures . Immigration and Customs procedures are personal as well as baggage handling . If any Passenger has any problem with Immigration, a waiting time of 20 minutes will be given. . We boarded the bus again and continued for approximately two and a half hours to get to Belize City, specifically to San Pedro Belize Express Water Taxi . At San Pedro Belize Express Water Taxi we check our boat tickets and get our boarding pass . We board the boat at the nearest exit, the journey is approximately 50 minutes to reach our destination Caye Caulker and for San Pedro Amberguis an hour and a half . The Driver It will give information about the Immigration and Customs procedures as well as when arriving in San Pedro Belize Express Water Taxi in Belize City

From Caye Caulker: Marine Reserve Snorkeling Tour

4. From Caye Caulker: Marine Reserve Snorkeling Tour

Exploring Belize's Barrier Reef: A Half-Day Itinerary at Caye Caulker Marine Reserve Looking for a quick introduction to the wonders of Belize's barrier reef? Look no further than Caye Caulker Marine Reserve. Our half-day itinerary includes three breathtaking snorkel locations and a sightseeing stop to visit the Tarpon! -Snorkel South Channel -Snorkel Shark Ray Alley -Snorkel Coral Gardens -Feed the Tarpon (Sightseeing stop!) Expert Guides with Unique Insights into Caye Caulker Our team of guides consists mainly of local islanders who were born and raised in Caye Caulker. They offer fascinating historical and entertaining facts about the island that you won't find anywhere else. Photos and video of your experience is included!

Caye Caulker: Hol Chan Marine Reserve Small-Group Tour

5. Caye Caulker: Hol Chan Marine Reserve Small-Group Tour

Discover the wide variety of lush marine life in the Hol Chan Marine Reserve. Get your heart racing by snorkeling with sharks and stingrays on the second-largest barrier reef in the world. Receive GoPro pictures after your tour to relive your experience with friends and family. Meet your group at the meeting point on Caye Caulker island, then take a 30-minute boat ride along the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef to the Hol Chan Marine Reserve. Hol Chan has been a marine reserve since May 2, 1987, and covers almost 7 square miles (18 square kilometers). Some areas are only about 5 feet (around 1.5 meters) deep, while the channel is about 30 feet (just over 9 meters) deep. Once at the reserve, choose whether to observe the abundant marine life from the boat or take the adrenaline rush of jumping in and exploring the amazing underwater world. If snorkeling, keep on the lookout for brain coral, star coral, sharks, stingrays, turtles, pufferfish, eels, parrotfish, angel fish, barracuda, and even the seasonal manatee. Spend around 45 minutes exploring the vast variety of fish species at the first site. Follow this with the opportunity to snorkel with sharks and stingrays in Shark Ray Alley, then enjoy snorkeling with the majestic sea turtle. At the end of the tour, head back to the peaceful island of Caye Caulker where you began.

Belize City: Mayan Temple Exploration, Cave-Tube, & Zipline

6. Belize City: Mayan Temple Exploration, Cave-Tube, & Zipline

Immerse yourself into the Belizean culture and journey back into 1000 years of history of the Mayan world on a guided day tour. Explore the wonders of the Mayans, their cave systems, the local flora, and enjoy cave tubing and ziplining. Begin with a pickup from your hotel in Belize City or by taking the ferry from Caye Caulker/San Pedro to Belize City. After meeting your guide, explore the Mayan Temple Altun ha, hike to the top and hear fascinating facts about the site and the Mayan world from your guide. Head deeper into the jungle towards the cave systems with a 15-20 minutes hike following a trail to the cave entrance. Enjoy a lesson on plant identification, insect identification, and all their medicinal uses and local beliefs throughout history in Belize. Cave tube down a river through several caves and marvel at the stunning surroundings and Mayan artifacts. Lastly, zipline over the jungle canopy before returning to Caye Caulker/San Pedro/ Belize City in the evening after a truly memorable Belizean experience.

Caye Caulker: Sunset Cruise on a Houseboat with Food & Drink

7. Caye Caulker: Sunset Cruise on a Houseboat with Food & Drink

Take a trip along the coast of Caye Caulker, a coral island off the coast of Belize, to watch the sunset shimmer on the Caribbean Sea. Spend the evening dancing, swimming, and filling up on tasty food and drink on a houseboat. Board the houseboat in Caye Caulker and settle in for your cruise. Set sail around an hour before sunset with plenty of time to admire the sky changing from blue to a dreamy orange and purple. Use your next three hours to dance to the music on board or try diving from the boat into the clear shallow waters. Eat away at the fresh ceviche, a local seafood dish, and enjoy an unlimited supply of rum punch. Sail back to Caye Caulker in the moonlight and see the coastline light up with nightlife.

Caye Caulker: Sunday Funday Beach Experience

8. Caye Caulker: Sunday Funday Beach Experience

Come join us for a day of fun in the sun! We get started with fun games like beer pong, jenga, volleyball, water balloon toss and corn hole in Bella's Backpacker Hostel backyard. Then, we end the day with a sunset cruise and swim on the houseboat. Enjoy the view as the sky changes the colors and end the tour with a cruise back at moonlight. Come join us for an unforgettable day! Itinerary: 1. Bella’s Backpacker Backyard for Games 2. Sunset cruise and swim while watching the sunset 3. Cruise back under the moonlight

Caye Caulker: Hol-Chan Snorkeling & San Pedro Island Visit

9. Caye Caulker: Hol-Chan Snorkeling & San Pedro Island Visit

Hol-Chan: A World-Renowned Attraction for Snorkel Enthusiasts If you're a snorkel enthusiast, then you've undoubtedly heard of Hol-Chan. Our company offers an array of snorkeling stops along Belize's stunning barrier reef, where you can witness a plethora of marine life, including sharks, stingrays, turtles, manatee (seasonal), and a variety of tropical fish. Our tour is perfectly designed to include a visit to San Pedro Ambergris Caye, complete with an island lunch. We travel via motorboat which offers a smooth quick and comfortable ride to each destination. Please see below for itinerary. -Snorkel the Hol-Chan Channel -Snorkel Shark Ray Alley -Enjoy an Island visit and restaurant lunch in San Pedro Town -Snorkel the sunken wreck (weather permitting) -Snorkel the Coral Gardens (seasonal manatee stop)

Caye Caulker: Hol Chan Marine Reserve 7-Stop Snorkeling Tour

10. Caye Caulker: Hol Chan Marine Reserve 7-Stop Snorkeling Tour

Join a speedboat day trip from Caye Caulker and snorkel at the Hol Chan Marine Reserve and Ray Alley, the second-largest coral reef system in the world. Enjoy high-quality snorkeling equipment, lunch with drinks, and GoPro photos and videos. After meeting your group, get geared up and listen to a short briefing on what to do and what not to do to ensure the day is fun-filled and safe. Then hop on the speedboat andenjoy a 20-minute ride to the Belize Barrier Reef.  Hop in the water to look for wildlife like fish, sea turtles, stingrays, and nurse sharks in an area where the world’s largest population of West Indian manatees live. Seecorals that have been protected for over 30 years at the Hol Chan Marine Reserve. After Belize Barrier Reef, swim stops in the Hol Chan Marine Reserve include Tarpon, Chatos Place, Coral Gardens, a sunken shipwreck, Shark Ray Alley, and a stop to search for manatees. In between the cruise, enjoy lunch and drinks onboard.

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Our most recommended Caye Caulker Outdoor activities

Caye Caulker: 7-Stop Snorkeling in the Belize Barrier Reef

Caye Caulker: 7-Stop Snorkeling in the Belize Barrier Reef

Snorkel at the Hol Chan marine reserve and at Ray Alley, the second largest coral reef system in the world, on this day trip from Caye Caulker. Ride in a comfortable speedboat and use high-quality snorkeling equipment. Enjoy a delicious lunch with drinks and get GoPro photos and videos.  Meet your group at 9:00 AM at the local partner's office located on Caye Caulker. Get geared up, listen to a quick briefing on what to do and not to do to ensure the day is fun-filled and safe. Embark on a cruise to the Belize Barrier Reef. Hop in the water to look for wildlife like turtles where the world’s largest population of West Indian manatees live. See corals that have been protected for over 30 years at the Hol Chan marine reserve. Feel the thrill of diving with sharks in the Ray Alley. Stop for lunch onboard at 12:00 PM. After that, take the chance to explore an amazing shipwreck, coral gardens, and more turtles. The tour ends at 3:00 PM with two bonus sightseeing stops to see seahorses.

San Pedro: Snorkeling Trip with 4 Stops, Sharks, and Lunch

San Pedro: Snorkeling Trip with 4 Stops, Sharks, and Lunch

Meet at the beachfront of Lily's Treasure Chest Restaurant in the morning at 8am, look for one of our Team Members in our Yellow Ridge and Reef Adventures Shirt who will give you instructions and get you checked in for your adventure. Get geared up and depart for Hol Chan Marine Reserve. After a refreshing boat ride, arrive at the Marine Park. Enjoy 45 minutes to an hour to snorkel and explore this vibrant underwater world teeming with flora and fauna. Then, cruise to Shark and Ray Alley. Test your nerves and swim with nurse sharks that range between 3 and 12 feet in length. Keep an eye out for a variety of species, such as horse-eyed jacks, snappers, and much more. This experience lasts anywhere from 20 minutes to 45 minutes, depending on you. Climb aboard once again and make your way to Coral Gardens. Snorkel above vast and breathtaking coral formations that serve as a home to many species of fish, including loggerhead turtles. Continue to the North Channel, near Caye Caulker. Here, catch a glimpse of manatees, eels, nurse sharks, and other beautiful flora and fauna. Snorkel for about 30 to 45 minutes. If you are unable to see manatees here, you will be guided to another location in search of these gentle giants.  Make a stop on the leeward side of Caye Caulker to feed large but gentle fish called tarpons or silver giants. Visit a sea horse sanctuary to look for these small but beautiful sea creatures. Stop at a local restaurant in the afternoon and savor a warm Belizean lunch. Then, enjoy free time to explore the village at your own pace. Visit the split caused by Hurricane Hatti, one of the strongest hurricanes of 1961. Depart Caye Caulker in the late afternoon for a return transfer to San Pedro.

Flores: Belize, Caye Caulke, San Pedro Van/ Ferry Transfer

Flores: Belize, Caye Caulke, San Pedro Van/ Ferry Transfer

. Transfer from Flores Guatemala to Caye Caulker Belize includes Bus Service and Boat Service . We board at 6:00 in Flores . Immigration forms will be issued to enter Belize . Tickets will be given for the boat that will transport us from Belize City to Caye Caulker or San Pedro Amberguis . Information on the mechanism of the trip will be given . We drove for two hours to get to the Guatemalan border with Belize . At the border, it is necessary to get off the bus for immigration procedures . Immigration and Customs procedures are personal as well as baggage handling . If any Passenger has any problem with Immigration, a waiting time of 20 minutes will be given. . We boarded the bus again and continued for approximately two and a half hours to get to Belize City, specifically to San Pedro Belize Express Water Taxi . At San Pedro Belize Express Water Taxi we check our boat tickets and get our boarding pass . We board the boat at the nearest exit, the journey is approximately 50 minutes to reach our destination Caye Caulker and for San Pedro Amberguis an hour and a half . The Driver It will give information about the Immigration and Customs procedures as well as when arriving in San Pedro Belize Express Water Taxi in Belize City

From Caye Caulker: Marine Reserve Snorkeling Tour

From Caye Caulker: Marine Reserve Snorkeling Tour

Exploring Belize's Barrier Reef: A Half-Day Itinerary at Caye Caulker Marine Reserve Looking for a quick introduction to the wonders of Belize's barrier reef? Look no further than Caye Caulker Marine Reserve. Our half-day itinerary includes three breathtaking snorkel locations and a sightseeing stop to visit the Tarpon! -Snorkel South Channel -Snorkel Shark Ray Alley -Snorkel Coral Gardens -Feed the Tarpon (Sightseeing stop!) Expert Guides with Unique Insights into Caye Caulker Our team of guides consists mainly of local islanders who were born and raised in Caye Caulker. They offer fascinating historical and entertaining facts about the island that you won't find anywhere else. Photos and video of your experience is included!

Caye Caulker: Hol Chan Marine Reserve Small-Group Tour

Caye Caulker: Hol Chan Marine Reserve Small-Group Tour

Discover the wide variety of lush marine life in the Hol Chan Marine Reserve. Get your heart racing by snorkeling with sharks and stingrays on the second-largest barrier reef in the world. Receive GoPro pictures after your tour to relive your experience with friends and family. Meet your group at the meeting point on Caye Caulker island, then take a 30-minute boat ride along the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef to the Hol Chan Marine Reserve. Hol Chan has been a marine reserve since May 2, 1987, and covers almost 7 square miles (18 square kilometers). Some areas are only about 5 feet (around 1.5 meters) deep, while the channel is about 30 feet (just over 9 meters) deep. Once at the reserve, choose whether to observe the abundant marine life from the boat or take the adrenaline rush of jumping in and exploring the amazing underwater world. If snorkeling, keep on the lookout for brain coral, star coral, sharks, stingrays, turtles, pufferfish, eels, parrotfish, angel fish, barracuda, and even the seasonal manatee. Spend around 45 minutes exploring the vast variety of fish species at the first site. Follow this with the opportunity to snorkel with sharks and stingrays in Shark Ray Alley, then enjoy snorkeling with the majestic sea turtle. At the end of the tour, head back to the peaceful island of Caye Caulker where you began.

Belize City: Mayan Temple Exploration, Cave-Tube, & Zipline

Belize City: Mayan Temple Exploration, Cave-Tube, & Zipline

Immerse yourself into the Belizean culture and journey back into 1000 years of history of the Mayan world on a guided day tour. Explore the wonders of the Mayans, their cave systems, the local flora, and enjoy cave tubing and ziplining. Begin with a pickup from your hotel in Belize City or by taking the ferry from Caye Caulker/San Pedro to Belize City. After meeting your guide, explore the Mayan Temple Altun ha, hike to the top and hear fascinating facts about the site and the Mayan world from your guide. Head deeper into the jungle towards the cave systems with a 15-20 minutes hike following a trail to the cave entrance. Enjoy a lesson on plant identification, insect identification, and all their medicinal uses and local beliefs throughout history in Belize. Cave tube down a river through several caves and marvel at the stunning surroundings and Mayan artifacts. Lastly, zipline over the jungle canopy before returning to Caye Caulker/San Pedro/ Belize City in the evening after a truly memorable Belizean experience.

Caye Caulker: Sunset Cruise on a Houseboat with Food & Drink

Caye Caulker: Sunset Cruise on a Houseboat with Food & Drink

Take a trip along the coast of Caye Caulker, a coral island off the coast of Belize, to watch the sunset shimmer on the Caribbean Sea. Spend the evening dancing, swimming, and filling up on tasty food and drink on a houseboat. Board the houseboat in Caye Caulker and settle in for your cruise. Set sail around an hour before sunset with plenty of time to admire the sky changing from blue to a dreamy orange and purple. Use your next three hours to dance to the music on board or try diving from the boat into the clear shallow waters. Eat away at the fresh ceviche, a local seafood dish, and enjoy an unlimited supply of rum punch. Sail back to Caye Caulker in the moonlight and see the coastline light up with nightlife.

Caye Caulker: Sunday Funday Beach Experience

Caye Caulker: Sunday Funday Beach Experience

Come join us for a day of fun in the sun! We get started with fun games like beer pong, jenga, volleyball, water balloon toss and corn hole in Bella's Backpacker Hostel backyard. Then, we end the day with a sunset cruise and swim on the houseboat. Enjoy the view as the sky changes the colors and end the tour with a cruise back at moonlight. Come join us for an unforgettable day! Itinerary: 1. Bella’s Backpacker Backyard for Games 2. Sunset cruise and swim while watching the sunset 3. Cruise back under the moonlight

Caye Caulker: Hol-Chan Snorkeling & San Pedro Island Visit

Caye Caulker: Hol-Chan Snorkeling & San Pedro Island Visit

Hol-Chan: A World-Renowned Attraction for Snorkel Enthusiasts If you're a snorkel enthusiast, then you've undoubtedly heard of Hol-Chan. Our company offers an array of snorkeling stops along Belize's stunning barrier reef, where you can witness a plethora of marine life, including sharks, stingrays, turtles, manatee (seasonal), and a variety of tropical fish. Our tour is perfectly designed to include a visit to San Pedro Ambergris Caye, complete with an island lunch. We travel via motorboat which offers a smooth quick and comfortable ride to each destination. Please see below for itinerary. -Snorkel the Hol-Chan Channel -Snorkel Shark Ray Alley -Enjoy an Island visit and restaurant lunch in San Pedro Town -Snorkel the sunken wreck (weather permitting) -Snorkel the Coral Gardens (seasonal manatee stop)

Caye Caulker: Hol Chan Marine Reserve 7-Stop Snorkeling Tour

Caye Caulker: Hol Chan Marine Reserve 7-Stop Snorkeling Tour

Join a speedboat day trip from Caye Caulker and snorkel at the Hol Chan Marine Reserve and Ray Alley, the second-largest coral reef system in the world. Enjoy high-quality snorkeling equipment, lunch with drinks, and GoPro photos and videos. After meeting your group, get geared up and listen to a short briefing on what to do and what not to do to ensure the day is fun-filled and safe. Then hop on the speedboat andenjoy a 20-minute ride to the Belize Barrier Reef.  Hop in the water to look for wildlife like fish, sea turtles, stingrays, and nurse sharks in an area where the world’s largest population of West Indian manatees live. Seecorals that have been protected for over 30 years at the Hol Chan Marine Reserve. After Belize Barrier Reef, swim stops in the Hol Chan Marine Reserve include Tarpon, Chatos Place, Coral Gardens, a sunken shipwreck, Shark Ray Alley, and a stop to search for manatees. In between the cruise, enjoy lunch and drinks onboard.

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