Diving and Snorkeling Belize
The world's second-longest barrier reef, three of the Western Hemisphere's four coral atolls, more than 400 fish species and a host of invertebrates sheltering in warm Caribbean waters make Belize a destination for divers and snorkelers alike. This guide will introduce you to the wonders both underwater and topside that have earnt the country its reputation as an ecotourism hotspot. In this guide, you will find - detailed dive information to 82 sites; full-color photos throughout; easy-to-read maps of dive regions; travel logistics and topside attractions.
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Eagle Ray Alley
Hat Caye Wall
South Water Caye
Access Ambergris Caye angelfish atoll barracuda barrel sponges barrier reef beach Belize City Belize’s blennies Blue Hole blue water Boat Expertise Rating Caribbean reef sharks Caye Caulker CAYE WALL cleaning stations colorful coral heads crabs Creole wrasse Dangriga deco stop deep dive sites divemasters divers dolphins drop-off eagle rays Email feed filefish fish Glover’s Reef gorgonians green moray growth habitat Half Moon Caye horse-eye jacks Intermediate 347 island juvenile lagoon live aboard lobsters Long Caye Depth Look lots mangroves manta Marine Reserve Maya Mayan Middle Caye mooring moray eels nautical miles nautical miles 4km Novice nurse sharks outer reef parrotfish Placencia Placencia Village plate corals plenty reeftop San Pedro Depth sand schools sea fans sea turtles seen shallow shrimp snapper snorkeling South Water Caye southern stingrays sponges spotted drums spur and groove Stann Creek swim swim-throughs there’s toadfish Turneffe upper reef WALL Location whale sharks wrasse yellowtails