Belize Reef Tours
Roam Belize offers a myriad of reef adventure tours including scuba diving with whale sharks, snorkeling the Belize Barrier Reef, fly fishing as well as a tour of the Great Blue Hole which is one of Belize’s most popular attractions.
Explore the different marine tours that we offer below:
Light Tackle: Outer Reef Fishing
Beyond the Belize Barrier Reef, pelagic species run woolly and wild. Break in the outriggers and troll for Sailfish, Wahoo, Dorado, the almighty Marlin. Ready to run with the big boys? These colorful characters call deep water their home and you’re invited to the party. Click here to learn more about this fishing tour
Belize Blue Hole Diving
The Great Blue Hole is a large underwater sinkhole off of the coast of Belize. It lies near the center of Lighthouse Reef atoll about 65 miles from Placencia. It was formed as a limestone cave system during the last ice age when sea levels were much lower. As the ocean began to raise the caves flooded, and the roof collapsed. Click here to learn more about diving the Belize Blue tour
Light Tackle: Fly Fishing Half Day
The Flats of Southern Belize make for some of the most renowned fly-fishing in the world. Hop on the Light Tackle and drift across the azure plains, stalking your prey all the way. Snook, Bonefish, Tarpon, and Permit? Our HFC Crews have been hitting “Grand Slams” since little league! Click here to learn more about this Belize fly fishing tour
Belize Whale Shark Diving & Snorkeling
In the months of March, April ,May, and June, around the full moon, whale sharks are observed at the Gladden Split Area by divers and snorkelers. This species, despite its enormous size, does not pose any significant danger to humans. It is a frequently cited example when educating the public about the popular misconceptions of all sharks as “man-eaters”. Click here to learn more about this Belize Whale Shark Diving and Snorkeling tour
Snorkeling at Glovers Reef Atoll
Home to about 700 patch reefs in the lagoon and surrounded by 50 miles of sheer drop-offs, which start from 25 feet and drop straight down to about 2,700 feet., you will find that most of the reefs are virtually uncharted and untouched at Glovers Reef Atoll. Click here to learn more about this Belize snorkeling tour
Local Belize Barrier Reef Snorkeling
Snorkeling is often combined with diving for groups with none divers. The Snorkeling is normally done from the shore of the islands, this way you will not be on the boat entire trip. There is excellent snorkeling just a few feet from the beaches, and your snorkeling guide will point out interesting creatures and marine life as you snorkel around the small islands. Click here to learn more about this local Belize Barrier Reef snorkeling tour
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