SEE THE SECOND LARGEST REEF IN THE WORLD
Experience the Belize Barrier Reef from above! Belize Underwater will take snorkelers out to any of our dive sites, but we also offer a shorter snorkeling-only option. Snorkeling the Belize Barrier Reef is a must-do during your visit!
The Blue Hole & Lighthouse Reef
Lighthouse Reef is about three hours away and offers divers a chance to snorkel the famous Blue Hole. After the Blue Hole, we'll complete a great snorkel adventure at Half Moon Caye and the Aquarium. You'll visit three locations and snorkel three times.
Reef Hopping Tour
See three different reefs with this full day tour. Start your journey at Silk Caye then head over and dive at Pompion. Afterwards, enjoy an hour or two with a BBQ lunch on Ranguana Caye before the last dive on the Ranguana Reef.
A 1.5 hour boat ride gets you to the least explored atoll in Belize named by Jacques Cousteau as one of his favorite sites. Snorkeling here offers the chance to see all kinds of rays, turtles and rivers of wrasse swimming along stunning coral structures at this United Nations World Heritage Site.
Gladden Spit is a 1.5 hour boat ride away. Snorkelers get the opportunity to swim along the largest fish in the ocean, the whale shark. For the second snorkel, you will head to Silk Caye and see parts of the Belize Barrier Reef. The whale shark tours are offered seasonally based on the whale shark migration.
Belize Barrier Reef
Just 30 minutes from shore, these sites offer multicolored walls and ridges teaming with eels, lobsters, groupers and other reef inhabitants. This is a two snorkel day.
About an hour and a half away, Turneffe Islands offer a wide variety of marine life viewing, greatly impacted by the currents around the islands, bringing schools of large fish. This is a three snorkel day.