Snorkeling Tours & Excursions
Discover World Class Snorkeling on the Belize Barrier Reef
In the crystal clear waters of Ambergris Caye, non-divers and divers alike can enjoy the beauty of the underwater world. There are several sites to snorkel and skin-dive. Hol Chan Marine Reserve, Mexico Rocks and Coral Garden are all within a short boat ride from Victoria House. Equipment can be rented from the Fantasea Dive Shop located on the pier. Trips run every day at 9:00 am or 2:00 pm and last approximatly 2.5 hours.
Two Stop Snorkel
Snorkel at Hol Chan Marine reserve in a beautiful reef channel filled with a variety of tropical fish, sea fans and coral. The second stop is at Shark Ray alley where you snorkel with nurse sharks and stingrays in just about 6 feet of water. 9:00 am – 11:30 or 2:00 pm – 4:30 pm daily.
Cost: $40.50 US plus $10 per person marine park fee.
Snorkel at the Northern part of Ambergris Caye. You will see brain coral, Elk horn and several other species of colorful sea fans as well as a variety of juvenile staged tropical fish and possibly a squid or octopus. 8:45 am – 11:30 am or 1:45 pm – 4:30 pm daily.
Cost: $47.25 US per person
Half Day Charter
Take up to up to four people in a private boat for a one-of-a-kind snorkeling adventure to any local location.
Cost: $283.50 US per boat
Full Day Charter
Up to four people in a private boat for snorkeling at any local location, head to Caye Caulker for lunch, followed by an afternoon snorkel.
Cost: $402.00 US per boat, based on 1-4 people / $56.25 US for each additional person
* May be subject to $10 per person marine park fee (dependent upon snorkel location)
* Lunch is not included
2-Stop Sail to Caye Caulker
Sail aboard a catamaran to snorkel Hol Chan marine reserve and Shark Ray Alley. You will visit Caye Caulker for lunch (not included) and then sail back to San Pedro in the afternoon. Refreshments and rum punch included. Minimum of 8 people. This is a full day trip from 8:30 am – 4:30 pm.
Cost: $84.38 US per person plus $10 park fee
This Mayan National Park and Marine Reserve is a snorkeler’s paradise. An abundance of marine life will be seen on the tour’s three snorkeling stops. The tour will feature the Bacalar Chico Channel, which separates Mexico from Ambergris Caye – Belize. This channel is said to have been originally dug by the Mayans to allow easy access to Mexico. The channel is also said to have been used by pirates and buccaneers. Lunch is provided at Rocky Point, a spectacular area where the Barrier Reef meets Ambergris Caye. The trip leaves San Pedro at 8:30 am and returns at 4:30 pm. Minimum of ten people.
Cost: $106.88 US per person plus $5 park fee.