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Belize Scuba Diving Vacations


Placencia is the springboard to some of the best diving in Belize, if not the world! Beneath the turquoise waters of Placencia, Belize is an underwater world that exceeds every other Caribbean dive destination in diversity, size and scope. Extending over 185 miles north to south, the Belize Barrier Reef system is the greatest stretch of coral in the Western Hemisphere and the second largest barrier reef in the world. The reef system encompasses wall drop-offs, pinnacles, spur and groove formations, swim-through and more.  Read more…

Belize Fishing Vacations


If the words “bonefish, tarpon, permit, and barracuda” get your pulse soaring – then welcome to one of the dream destinations for anglers all over the world. Throughout the year, Southern Belize has an abundance of fish, however, June through October are the best months for fishing in Belize. An added bonus is there are not a lot of anglers – just lots of fish. Around the cayes and open water, expect Tarpon, Bonefish, Wahoo, Snapper (yellowtail, mutton, cubera) Black-fin & Yellow-fin tuna, King Mackerel, a large assortment of Jacks, and, as always, plenty of Barracuda.  Read more…

Belize Whale Shark Diving


The pristine waters of Southern Belize are home of the gentle giants “The Whale Sharks”, during March, April, May and June during the full moon.

The Gladden Spit and Silk Cayes Marine Reserve located near Placencia in Southern Belize, is a spawning aggregation site for many different tropical fish species including the cubera, mutton and dog snappers which produce tons of spawn. This spawning occurs around the full moon to last quarter during the months of March to June. This is what attracts the Whale Shark to the Gladden spit. Whale sharks are the biggest fish in the ocean growing up to lengths of 60 feet/18mt. Divers and snorkelers get a rare opportunity to swim along with this magnificent creature.  Read more…