A national treasure, the second largest coral reef in the world and a 180-mile protector of the Belizean coast.
You can find more than 400 species of fish and thriving marine environments. It is a natural wonder to behold. Whether you are a scuba diver, freediver or a casual snorkeler — visiting the reef is a must when in Belize.
The Northern Islands are the most frequented and populated islands in the country. Caye Caulker and San Pedro are not just water sport havens but also bustling towns where socializing is a favorite pastime. Enjoy the island life on the main cayes or caye hop and explore the dozens of white sand beaches like Goff’s Caye, Sargent’s Caye and other smaller most often unpopulated islands.
Explore, snorkel and dive at:
- Hol Chan Marine Reserve, Shark Ray Alley, and Mexico Rocks
- The Blue Hole
- Glover’s Reef Atoll
- Lighthouse Reef
- South Water Caye Marine Reserve
- Turneffe Atoll
- Gladden Split
- Sapodilla Caye Marine Reserve