Belize’s tropical waters offer one of the best year-round sport fishing adventures you’ll find anywhere. Belize’s Barrier Reef is extensive and rich in natural marine habitat, creating a world-renowned fishing destination.
When fishing the flats you will be in a small narrow boat called a Lanchon. The length of boats used on the flats runs from 20 to about 24 feet, and about five to six feet across. You fish off a platform on the bow of the boat for the best visibility.
Once on the flats the guides cuts off the engine and prepares his guest on the deck to fish while he poles the boat through the flats. The bone fish flats are about 25-40 minutes on the leeward side of the island.
At the reef you bottom fish with live sardines for Snappers, Horse eye jacks, Mackerel, Barracuda, and Groupers.
Large Wahoo, Blue Marlin, Sailfish or King Fish.
Sail aboard a catamaran to snorkel Hol Chan marine reserve and Shark Ray Alley. Optional lunch on Caye Caulker. Sail back to San Pedro in the afternoon.
This Mayan National Park and Marine Reserve is a snorkeler’s paradise. An abundance of marine life will be seen on the tour’s three snorkeling stops. The tour will feature the Bacalar Chico Channel, which separates Mexico from Ambergris Caye – Belize.
This channel is said to have been originally dug by the Mayans to allow easy access to Mexico. The channel is also said to have been used by pirates and buccaneers. Optional lunch stop at Rocky Point, a spectacular area where the Barrier Reef meets Ambergris Caye.
Enjoy an hour long snorkel with the Manatee before heading to Coral Gardens for a second snorkel stop.
Ambergris Caye is located just minutes away from the Belize Barrier Reef – the second largest barrier reef in the world – and boasts a variety of dive sites about 20-30 minutes by boat most San Pedro piers. Atolls also offer an amazing, colorful and diverse full day of diving.
Most of the dive sites are a two to three tank multilevel dives. Weather conditions are taken under consideration for each of the dive sites listed. The Turneffe area is filled with a vast array of fish that gather between deep canyons and groove reef formations. Local dives and offshore dive trips are available.
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