We are happy to arrange dive/snorkel/fishing or eco tours to the mainland for our guests. We work with reputable licensed operators who consistently perform to our guest's satisfaction. The dive and tour boats collect and return our guests to/from our private dock. For your convenience we arrange billing to your room account for easy payment upon check out.

Below is a list of some Island and Inland Tours. If there is something you would like to do and don't see it on the list, please let us know and we will be happy to assist you. We can custom create some very cool tours and private charters can be arranged.

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Most tours include drinks, snacks, rum punch and beer.

Rates are in US dollars and do not include a 12.5% sales tax.

Some tours may require park fees.

Rates are subject to change without notice.

REEF SNORKELING     Snorkeling Video

Hol Chan and Shark Ray Alley

First stop is Hol Chan where visitors will enjoy an abundance of sea life and coral gardens. Swim with rays, yellow tails, parrotfish, grouper, snapper and countless other varieties of colorful fish. You may also enjoy an encounter with a moray eel. Sea fans, brain coral, iridescent sponges and other formations will make it hard to get back in the boat. Next, it's on to Shark Ray Alley where snorkelers will enjoy swimming with nurse sharks and stingrays. Tour departs at 9am or 2pm returning at 12pm or 5pm. Cost is US$35-$50 per person and includes park fee. Snorkel gear rental extra.

Mexico Rocks/Tres Cocos

Mexico Rocks lies just north of San Pedro in clear, vibrant blue waters. Here you'll see barracuda, horse eyed jacks, grouper, sand sharks and thousands of tiny neon colored fish. Then it's off to Tres Cocos where you'll swim through over 30 types of corals including brain and huge stands of elkhorn corals. Tour departs at 9am or 2pm returning at 12pm or 5pm. Cost is US$45-$50 per person and includes park fee. Snorkel gear rental extra.

Snorkel and Beach Picnic

Begin this private tour fishing for your lunch in the morning. Then go to the shore where your guide will prepare your beach bbq while you explore. After lunch, stop at Mexico Rocks and Tres Cocos for some amazing snorkeling. Tour departs at 8am and returns at 4pm. Cost is US$350-$450 up to 4 persons. Additional guests US$25 per person. Fishing gear included. Snorkel gear rental extra.

Manatee Watch and Snorkel Excursion

Begin the day by making your way south along many of the Cayes that dot Belize's coast. At Swallow Caye, you'll have an opportunity to view the endangered West Indian Manatee in its natural habitat. Then it's off to Goff's Caye where you can snorkel the reef right off the beach while your guide prepares your beach bbq. After lunch, you'll enjoy another snorkel stop before making a quick stop in Caye Caulker where you can browse our sister island before returning to San Pedro. Tour departs at 8:30am and returns at 4:30pm. Cost is US$125 and includes lunch and drinks. Does not include US$15 cash park fee or snorkel gear rental.

Bacalar Chico Reserve and Beach BBQ

Bacalar Chico on northern Ambergris Caye covers 130 km2 of the Belize Barrier Reef as well as Rocky and Robles Points - the only points where the barrier reef touches mainland Belize. A visitor center and ranger station are located at the reserve. There is also an eighteen kilometer nature trail that provides visitors with the opportunity to get up close to the flora and fauna of the reserve. After visiting this pristine reserve, we continue on to snorkel stops at Barracuda Reef and Rocky Point. Then we head on to Robles Point, where we will stop on a pristine stretch of beach where the reef almost touches the island. Here you can snorkel the reef or explore the deserted beaches while your guide prepares a delicious Beach BBQ for you. Tour departs at 8:30am and returns at 4:30pm. Cost is US$90-$105 per person and includes lunch and drinks. Does not include a US$15 cash park fee or snorkel gear rental.


With 25 miles of Belize's spectacular barrier reef sitting less than a mile offshore, local dives offer spectacular views with seemingly unending visibility. Grove canyons, tunnels and wrecks are explored with companions in the form of eagle rays, dolphins, turtles and scores of tropical neon fish. Colorful sponges, sea fans and an array of coral formations highlight your adventure. Tour departs at 8:15am and returns at 10:30am (1-tank), 12:30pm (2-tank) with a third tank (if desired) departing at 1:15pm returning at 3:30pm. Cost is US$50 (1-tank); US$80 (2-tank); US$120 (3-tank). Does not include dive gear rental.


Blue Hole Day Tour

This 410' deep, 1000' circular reef was made famous throughout the diving world in 1970 when it was explored by Jacques Cousteau for a documentary. Snorkelers explore the crest of the reef to find a world of vivid colors in sea fans, coral, sponges, and many varieties of tropical fish. Divers plunge into the hole and experience awe inspiring stalagmites and stalactites, some 40' long and 6' thick. Massive caverns line the walls as divers enter into the abyss. Next stop is Half Moon Caye for an encounter with eagle rays, manta rays, groupers, eels and a variety of other marine life not found on the reefs. Then it's a picnic lunch and relaxation on the beach before heading to Booby Bird Sanctuary and your final dive at the Aquarium. Tour departs at 5:30am and returns at 5:30pm. Cost is US$260 (diver); US$195 (snorkeler) and includes continental breakfast, lunch and drinks. Does not include US$40 cash park fee and gear rental.

Turneffe Atoll Day Tour

Three dive sites await you at the atoll, including the famous Elbow. Here you may encounter bull and hammerhead sharks, as well as majestic eagle rays, loggerhead turtles, grouper, jacks and a variety of other tropical fish. The atoll offers the ultimate in wall diving with an abundance of soft coral and huge sponges. Between dives, relax on one of the cayes for a beach picnic. Tour departs at 5:30am and returns at 5:30pm. Cost is US$230 and includes continental breakfast, lunch and drinks. Does not include dive gear rental.


Ambergris Caye offers some of the best fishing found anywhere in the world. Flat fishing allows anglers to test their skills in pursuit of bonefish, permit and tarpon. Catch dinner while fishing the reef for edible fish including, snapper, jacks, grouper, or maybe a barracuda. Head offshore in search of that trophy kingfish, wahoo, tuna, sailfish or blue marlin. Tour departs at 8am and returns at 12pm (half day) or 4pm (full day). Cost is:

Half Day Flats = US$225-$250 (up to 2 persons)
Full Day Flats = US$350-$375 (up to 2 persons)

Half Day Reef = US$225-$250 (up to 4 persons)
Full Day Reef = US$350-$375 (up to 4 persons)

Half Day Deep Sea = US$600 (up to 6 persons)
Full Day Deep Sea = US$900 (up to 6 persons)

Fishing rates are per boat NOT per person and include fishing tackle and water. Does not include lunch on full day tours.


Caye Caulker Day Cruise

Start the day by sailing to Hol Chan for your first snorkeling stop. Then it's off to the island of Caye Caulker for lunch and a couple of hours to shop and enjoy the slow paced, sandy streets. On the way back to San Pedro you snorkel again at Shark Ray Alley. You might even drop a line and fish along the way. Tour departs at 9am and returns at 4:30pm. Cost is US$65-$75 and includes drinks and snacks. Does not include US$10 park fee, snorkel gear rental, or lunch on Caye Caulker.

Mexico Rocks

Enjoy a full day of sailing while stopping at some of the best snorkel stops on northern Ambergris Caye including Mexico Rocks and Tres Cocos. Midday, enjoy a feast of fresh local barbeque prepared by your guide. After lunch, it's time to start your trip back. One last snorkel stop and it's another fun and relaxing day on the Caribbean. Tour departs at 9am and returns at 4:30pm. Cost is US$75-$85 and includes lunch, snacks and drinks. Does not include US$10 park fee or snorkel gear rental.

Sunset Cruise

Sit back and relax as you sail south to Congrejo Caye to anchor and sip rum punch as you witness a spectacular Caribbean sunset. Then head back under a blanket of stars. Tour departs at 4:30pm and returns at 7:30pm. Cost is US$35-$50 per person and includes snacks and drinks.

Cave Tubing/Zip Line Video    MAINLAND EXCURSIONS    Lamanai Video

Lamanai Jungle River Adventure

Begin your day with a delightful breakfast as you wind your way through the Northern River to Bomba Village. A private bus will then take you to Tower Hill where you begin the journey down the New River to Lamanai. Along the way you will encounter a variety of wildlife such as birds, bats, monkeys, and crocodiles. After lunch in the pristine rain forest that surrounds the ancient Capital of Lamanai tour the majestic ruins that date back to 1500 BC. As you follow the paths to various temples you will view and hear the howler monkeys as they welcome you to the rainforest. Tour departs at 6:45am and returns at 5:30pm. Cost is US$135-$155 per person and includes continental breakfast, lunch, and drinks. Does not include a US$5 cash park fee.

We have a private guide on the mainland that we use for the below listed jungle adventures. You have the option of doing any one, two or three of the following tours:

      Cave Tubing1 tour   = US$185
      Aerial Zip Line2 tours = US$225
      Belize Zoo3 tours = US$265
      Xunantunich Maya Ruins 

For these tours we would fly you over to the mainland. Flight departs at 8am (one or two tours); 7am (for three tours) and returns at 2:30pm (one tour); 4:30pm (two tours); 5:30pm (three tours).

Cave Tubing

Take a short flight to the mainland where your guide will take you to Nohoch Che'en National Park for a 40 minute light hike through the jungle to the cave system. Put on your headlamp, splash into the cool waters and tube through the crystal cave systems where the Mayans once worshipped.

Aerial Zip Line

The zip line consists of ten platforms and seven runs, with the longest run well over six-hundred feet and the highest elevated area over one-hundred and fifty feet. There's nothing quite like soaring over the jungle canopy. The feeling is exhilarating. If you're afraid of heights, don't look down.

Belize Zoo

The Belize Zoo and Tropical Education Center was started in 1983, as a last ditch effort to provide a home for a collection of wild animals which had been used in making documentary films about tropical forests. Shortly after the backyard "zoo" began, it was quickly realized that its Belizean visitors were unfamiliar with the different species of wildlife which shared their country. This very aspect fomented the commitment to develop the little zoo into a dynamic wildlife education center. Today, The Belize Zoo and Tropical Education Center is settled upon 29 acres of tropical savanna and exhibits over 150 animals, representing over 45 species, all native to Belize. The zoo keeps animals which were orphaned, rescued, born at the zoo, rehabilitated animals, or sent to The Belize Zoo as donations from other zoological institutions. A visit to the zoo is the best way to get an introduction to the animals of Belize, and to understand why it is important to protect the habitats that sustain them.

Xunantunich Mayan Ruins

Xunantunich in Maya means "Stone Woman" or "Maiden of the Rock". The site consists of three ceremonial plazas enclosed by house mounds, pyramids and palaces, the largest decorated with friezes and masks of the Classic period. Xunantunich is believed to have been the longest established Mayan archaeological site in Belize. The most prominent structure is the pyramid "El Castillo" (The Castle) which rises 130 feet above the plaza. "El Castillo", which has been partially excavated and explored, was the tallest man-made structure in all of Belize until the discovery of "Canaa" at Caracol. The most notable feature on "El Castillo" is a remarkable stucco frieze on the east side of the structure. Three carved stelae found at the site are on display in the plaza.


The Cave Tubing, Aerial Zip Line, and Belize Zoo are all near each other roughly 30 miles west of Belize City. The Xunantunich ruins are about 80 miles west near the Guatemala border so a bit of a trek.

ATM Cave

Actun Tunichil Muknal (ATM) is one of the most impressive and artifact-rich Maya ceremonial caves ever found, containing rare bloodletting altars used in sacrifices by Maya royalty and over 1400 catalogued artefacts as well as sacrificial human remains. The ATM Cave is home to the famous (Crystal Maiden) the intact skeleton of a young female that, due to a covering of calcium carbonate, sparkles eerily in the lamp light.

After a 1-1/2 hour drive from Belize City, there is a 45 minute hike that includes three stream crossings before you arrive at Actun Camp for lunch. The ATM Cave is a wet cave - you swim into the mouth and then wade through ankle to chest high water before climbing to a labyrinth of dry chambers which lead to the cathedral-like main hall, a towering chamber 350 meters in length and 50 meters wide and filled with artefacts and sacrificial remains. After this another climb takes you to the stone sepulchre (after which the cave is named) where the Crystal Maiden lies.

Degree of Difficulty: Challenging - A good level of physical fitness required. Ability to swim is a plus.

Tour departs at 7am and returns at 5:30pm. US$265 per person includes flights to the mainland, guided tour, private transfers, lunch and park fees.

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