Diving in Belize

Don’t let the size of this small country fool you; Belize offers all kinds of adventures. It’s surrounded by over 400 islands and keys to explore as well as colorful coral reefs. Miles of white sandy beaches and jungles with Mayan ruins await you. Belize is full of friendly natives and expats, as it is the ideal tropical paradise to forget your worries and relax.

Belize has the second largest barrier reef in the world, with more than 300 kilometers of coral reef. This country has some of the best dive sites in the world. Belize is surrounded by crystal clear blue waters which are filled with colorful reefs and a wide variety of fish and marine life. The most famous dive site in Belize is the Blue Hole, followed by Stingray Alley and Hol Chan Marine Reserve. Dive among a variety of fish species that go from the smallest reef fish to the largest whale shark. In this place, the water temperature stays warm all year. Every level of diver will find a perfect dive site to explore. Belize is less touristy and crowded than other places, which makes it an ideal diving destination.

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Featured places to go in Belize

Ambergris Caye

The most important dive region in Belize is Ambergris Caye where the world famous blue hole is located.

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Outter Atolls/Islands

Diving in the Outer Atolls will allow you to see plenty of unique species like the Whitespotted Toadfish, which is endemic to Belize, eagle rays or dolphins.

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Dive Sites in Belize

Travel Information for Belize

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