The Mayan Temple of Altun Ha

The Mayan Temple of Altun Ha

A Jaguar at the Belize Zoo

A Jaguar at the Belize Zoo

The Great Blue Hole in Belize

The Great Blue Hole in Belize

Cave Tubing in the Mayan Underworld Caves

Cave Tubing in the Mayan Underworld Caves

The Mayan City of Lamanai

The Mayan City of Lamanai

A Wonderful Sunset in Ambergris Caye

A Wonderful Sunset in Ambergris Caye

A Snorkeling Day at Shark Ray Alley

A Snorkeling Day at Shark Ray Alley

The Mayan City of Xunantunich

The Mayan City of Xunantunich

Zip Lining in the Tropical Rainforest of Belize

Zip Lining in the Tropical Rainforest of Belize

Snorkeling

Snorkeling in the Pristine Waters of Belize
Visit from a manatee
Nurse sharks at Shark Ray Alley
Nurse Shark at Hol Chan Marine Reserve

If you are not qualified for diving, snorkeling is next best thing for enjoying the colorful wonders of the 2nd largest barrier reef in the world.

There are many great snorkeling spots along the barrier reef.  Some of the more popular spots are Hol Chan Marine Reserve, Shark Ray Alley, Coral Gardens, Mexico Rocks and the Great Blue Hole.

Snorkeling along the reef, you can see many species of wildlife.  There is an abundance of fish of different size, shape and color.  There is also many species of coral creating a home for the variety of sea life.  At Shark Ray Alley, you can swim with the nurse sharks and sting rays.  At Hol Chan you can see big groups of fish.  At the Blue Hole you can see many species of sharks.  There is always something incredible to see while snorkeling.

Half Day:  $45 US per person.  Includes 3 hours of snorkeling, sodas, water and park fees.
Blue Hole:  $185 US per person.  Includes a full day of snorkeling, sodas, water, breakfast and lunch.