Sea Sports offers personalized service to divers staying in Belize or just visiting for the day. We specialize in diving on THE BELIZE BARRIER REEF east of Belize City. There are hundreds of excellent dive sites here and we will take you to our FAVORITE sites! For those diving with us for a week, we can explore all these excellent dive sites!
2 Tank Belize Barrier Reef Dive
Join us for two spectacular dives on the world famous Belize Barrier Reef. Dive sites are less than 30 minutes away and the total trip time is between 4-5 hours and includes lunch.
For more details on how the day goes please visit our Belize Barrier Reef Diving page.
Hol Chan Dive & Shark Ray Alley Snorkel
This trip is great for families of divers and snorkelers wishing to see large schools of fish and a lot of different marine life in one day. Divers can explore the channel at Hol Chan which is no deeper than 30 ft while snorkelers swim along the surface. Everyone snorkels together at Shark Ray Alley. For more details please visit our Hol Chan/Shark Ray Alley page for scuba divers.
2 Tank Turneffe Atoll Dive
Dive sites are more than one hour away and trip time is between 6-7 hours. The Elbow at the southernmost tip of Turneffe is known for strong currents that converge and attract large schools of fish. Growing on the spurs along the drop-off are gigantic deep see fans and barrel sponges.
Other popular dive sites are located on the eastern side near Calabash Caye and on the northwestern side at Rendezvous Caye.
If you book a dive package with us you can spend a day at each site exploring the diversity of Turneffe.
3 Tank Lighthouse Atoll Dive
Divers spending the night in Belize can experience one of the most beautiful dive trips offered in Belize. The first dive is done at the Blue Hole to 130 ft where divers swim through stalactites which were deposited more than 10,000 years ago when sea level was 500 feet lower.
Half Moon Caye Wall is your second dive where you can cruise along the high rim that has large swim throughs that lead to a very steep drop off.
Between the second and third dives you'll have time to explore Half Moon Caye which is Belize first Natural Monument managed by the Belize Audubon Society.
WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME YOU WERE DIVING?
We suggest that you do a refresher if it has been more than two years since you were diving. Once completed you will be more comfortable in the water and will not slow the group down. Contact the nearest dive shop for details on doing a refresher course. If you have trouble finding one, email us and we will try to help you locate one!
HAVE YOUR OWN GEAR?
If you have invested in your own equipment, we
suggest that you bring it along and use it especially of you will be diving in most ports. You will be more comfortable with equipment you are familiar with, and that is why you purchased it the first place! If your gear hasn't been wet in a while, we also suggest that you bring it to your nearest dive shop for servicing. Remember, it is life support equipment underwater, and needs to be properly maintained.
Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphins at J & R Wall
South Gallow's Point Reef, Belize Barrier Reef
Photo Linda Searle
All dive trips includes tanks, weights and lunch.
Marine Park Fees
Belize Barrier Reef $ 5
Hol Chan & Shark Ray Alley $10
Blue Hole & Lighthouse Atoll $40
2 Tank Barrier Reef Dive $123.75
2 Tank Turneffe Dive (west side) $168.75
2 Tank Turneffe Dive (south side) $180.00
3 Tank Lighthouse Reef Dive $258.75
Complete Set of Equipment Rental $33.75
BC and Regulator rental $22.50
Mask/Snorkel & Fins Rental $11.25
Shorty Wetsuit rental $ 5.65
Ready to book? Please visit our Contact Us page!
This male (see the big tail) loggerhead turtle is more than 100 years old! We met him while diving along the drop-off at The Elbow at southern Turneffe Atoll