Day Sail with Snorkling to Caye Caulker and KoKo King.
We leave at 10:00 am and set sail to Hol Chan Marine Reserve, the #1 Marine Park in the World, all while enjoying refreshments to keep cool and hydrated. Once we arrive we go on a guided snorkel of the Hol Chan Marine Reserve seeing over 250 types of fish, big turtles, eels, This takes roughly 45 mins to an hour with our knowledgeable and attentive Guides.
All of our Guides are licensed Tour Guides and most hold Advanced Skills in Diving. All of our Guides are very knowledgeable of the waters and their surroundings. All are very concerned about protecting our beloved Barrier Reef, so no touching or taking anything from any of the sites. Afterwards once all guests are back on board, we offer fresh towels to guests to freshen up and relax as well as more refreshments and fruit is served. Once we arrive at Shark & Ray Alley guests can swim with Nurse Sharks (harmless) and the Sting Rays. After guests are done swimming they will get back on board and we have more fresh towels and we serve homemade ceviche along with OPEN BAR and local rum cocktails. If guests don't swim with sharks and rays guests can have beverages after snorkeling Hol Chan Marine Reserve. Once under way we sail on up the West side of Caye Caulker typically seeing dolphins along the way. We arrive at a private beach called KoKo King where guests get off and stretch their legs, have lunch (not included) and enjoy the afternoon. There are loungers beside the water, inner tubes to float in or hammocks to relax in or a beautiful over the water restaurant and bar to sit and have cocktails at. We set sail to come back to San Pedro at roughly 4:00/4:30 enjoying more rum drinks in the open bar and taking in the sunset coming home. We arrive back at roughly 5:30/6:00 pm depending on the wind.
Guests LOVE this day!
Cost is 85.00 US per person + park fee and snorkel gear.
Four Days / Three Night Sailing Charter
This trip can include BLUE HOLE!
Half Moon Caye, Painted Wall, Quebrada and The Aquarium to name a few places we dive /snorkel.
This is a trip of a life time!
We set sail in the morning of your first day headed South towards the Turneffe Atolls. We have lunch on board while sailing and fishing. We will stop at two sites to dive / snorkel the first day. All are beautiful and clarity is visible to over a 100 feet deep. Sites may vary due to weather and wind. We want you happy and comfortable. and safety first! After diving/snorkeling we will either stop for the night having reached our destination or sail a bit more depending on how far we manged to get for the day. Dinner is prepared for guests on board. If fish/seafood was caught and we are "in season" for lobster or conch we will prepare that for you too! All meals are based around catching seafood however if you don't like seafood we have that taken care of too! Once anchored guests can fish from the back of the boat, use the inner tubes to swim or just relax in the nets in front.
The following day guests are up early as the sun rises early. We set sail to our first stop the Blue Hole if this is on the "agenda" having breakfast while sailing along the way. Once we arrive we are typically the first to the site for the day which great to have the best visibility. Afterwards we head to our next site for another wall dive / snorkel. Lunch is served around mind day. Before or after the dive (depending on guests and what they want to do). Then it is off to Half Moon Caye (one of our all time favorites) for the afternoon/evening. Half Moon Caye is a National Monument of Belize located in the Southeast corner of the Light House Reef Atoll. Here guests can see the only viable breeding ground for the Red-Footed Boobie Bird in the Western Caribbean. The Sanctuary is amazing. Then guests can beach comb trying to see the Leaf Toed Gecko found no where else in the world. The crescent shaped caye supports two eco systems with the West side and dense vegetation and the East section with coconut palms. Dinner is served in the evening when the guests are ready to settle in for the night. This day we will not be fishing since this is a Marine Reserve.
The next day we set sail and enjoy breakfast while heading to our next site for more diving or snorkeling. The dive sites are plentiful so depending on weather will decide where we head to for the day. Lunch will be served while underway sailing also. There are plenty of caye to see along the way. Picture perfect! We will sail to Gallos Point typically for the night. Dinner on board before guests are ready to retire for the night. The stars are AMAZING! (this is also the night that if guests want to dive or snorkel we offer a Night Dive or Night Snorkeling)
Once again we are up early as the sun shines bright. This being our last day we are working our way back to Ambergris Caye however we still have lots to see! Breakfast is served again when guests are ready. We have two more dives/snorkel stops to do this day while headed back caye. After the diving / snorkeling we have lunch while sailing back to Ambergris Caye. Typically arriving around 4:00 pm.
Cost is is 1100.00 US per person with a minimum of 4 people and Maximum of 8 people / 6 is our preferred number. Captain, 1st Mate, Crew , Cook, Cooking, Sailing, Diving, Snorkeling, Fishing and some Spearing. All meals, drinks, local house bar, snacks and FUN you can have are all included in this trip of a life time!!!
If you want to SEA some of the Cayes (islands) and Atolls and want to further your journey through Belize going South. THIS IS THE TRIP FOR YOU!
We leave the first day at roughly 8:00/9:00 am and Sail South towards Goffs Caye or Turneffe Elbow (depending on the wind). Enjoying snacks, lunch and open house bar all while fishing along the way. Guests will stop for snorkeling, enjoying the beautiful crystal clear waters. On arrival the Crew will serve a nice dinner. Afterwards guests can fish off the back of the boat in the evening, relax in the nets or possibly beach comb. The following day starts early as the sun comes up early and guests are typically tired from a long day in the sun so bed times tends to be early.
Depending on the number of guests will determine sleeping arrangements. Camping can be accommodated or sleeping on the boat in the four cabins is also an option.
The following day we set sail early enjoying fresh home made breakfast by the Crew while sailing. We stop for some snorkeling as we make our way towards Placencia. Lunch will be served around 1:00 as we make our approach to the peninsula of Placencia. On arrival at the Port guests can find one of the many quaint places to stay. If guests want to make reservations in advance through us please let us know. We have a few options based on price point for guests furthering their journey down through Guatemala.