Go Big in the Belize Reef


The Blue Hole is not a scuba trip for the weak hearted. 43 miles from the mainland and the crystal-clear waters allows to see stalactites, stalagmites, and last, but not least, sharks. LOTS OF SHARKS. Truly a one-of-a-kind diving experience for all, the last experience to cross off your bucket list.

The Lighthouse Reef

The farthest away of all of our offshore reefs, LIghthouse Reef offers a breathtaking look at coral and sea life in a relatively shallow area. The many different reefs within this atoll are wonderful for the adventerous spirit looking to explore.


Three more excellent diving spots are avaliable for th emore picky divers.

-Half Moon Bay is located in the lower southeast corner of the reef, and is home to a national park and protected bird sanctuary. The best of both worlds can be found, all on this tiny island.

-Glover's Reef is one of four atolls found in the western hemisphere (Belize has three) and is a protected National Reserve. This is one of the most unique and pure diving experiences for any diver, including the impure. Explore the circular coral formation with the pleasant compnay of different species of maine life in the area.

-Turneffe Atoll is a big fishing island, but if your not down with killing beautiful sea life for no reason, no worries, there are countless aquatic species who'd rather have you admire them than catch them any day.

Places to Stay

Stay close to the Blue Hole and other diving spots by staying in the Super 8 or the Hampton Inn in Santa Rosa, that are both less than a mile away.

And remember,

All visitors must travel to Belize on a valid passport (non-expired). The passport must be valid for no less than six months after the intended period of stay in Belize.

Nationals of the following countries do NOT require a visa to enter Belize as a tourist for a period of 30 days

  • Citizens of the European Union Member States (EU)
  • Citizens of the Caribbean Community Member States (CARICOM)
  • Citizens of the United States of America and dependent territories
  • Costa Rica
  • Chile
  • Guatemala
  • Iceland
  • Mexico
  • Norway
  • South Africa
  • Switzerland
  • Tunisia
  • Uruguay
  • Citizens of the Commonwealth Realms & Monarchies

Risky Buisness

Beautiful Belize is like any developing country, there are some health risks, but very few. Always take caution where ever you go, and get your shots! But Belize is no more dangerous than any other growing country you might visit.