Dive Down

With the largest barrier reef in the western hemisphere and three of the four major atolls in the Caribbean, including the famous Blue Hole, Belize is a diver’s paradise. The waters are teeming with marine life in all sizes and shapes, including 70 types of hard corals and nearly 500 species of fish.

For dive lovers, we have crafted an itinerary that allows you to experience the best diving in Belizean waters. Staying on board a luxury live-aboard catamaran, exclusive to you, gives you all the benefits of an all-inclusive resort, whilst sailing in comfort and style to the best dive sites around the country. Rendezvous Diving is arranged with 5 star dive shops around the country. Highlights can include diving at the spectacular Tobacco Caye and South Water Caye Marine Reserves, Whale Shark diving at Gladden Spit, Eagle Ray Bowl, Hol Chan Cut and of course, the world famous Blue Hole, an incomparable natural wonder. The charter will be tailored to your preference and hit list!

When you’re not under water, you can enjoy all the other activities at sea, from fishing, kayaking, snorkeling, dolphin spotting or simply relaxing on deck. Enjoy refreshing tropical drinks or cocktails from the bar before dining on freshly caught fish, prepared on-board by your private chef.

For the second part of your itinerary you can transfer to a luxurious resort on the Northern Cayes to experience some island life, local culture and, being only 1/4 mile to the barrier reef, of course more diving.

Price from US $3,800 per person for 8 nights including all outlined activities, taxes and transfers, on the basis of 6 travellers. Based on all-inclusive plan on the live aboard catamaran, followed by a bed and breakfast room plan on land on Ambergris Caye.

Contact us for a detailed itinerary that is tailor made just for you.

Hit list

Whether you want an action packed agenda in the water and the jungle, or simply spend some quality time in a hammock, Belize has something for all tastes and tempos.

Map of Belize, showing our 4 main regions