Belize offers some of the world's best diving. All boat dives are drift dives because this section of the barrier reef is without any permanent
moorings due to the small number of divers who are able to visit these private islands in the South. Most dive sites are between 5 to 25 minutes by boat
and nearly every site is a wall dive or at least adjacent a wall.
The Southern Belize Barrier Reef offers access to some of the most spectacular wall dives, ocean drop-offs and amazing marine life anywhere in the world.
Wall dives range from 30 to 120 feet with water visibility averaging 80 to 100 feet and water temperatures between 80 to 85 degrees year around.
Bragging rights are born in Belize! All anglers like to tell good fish stories. This is where the stories begin - and they are all true!
According to local guides the last time someone went fishing and didn't catch anything - Moby Dick was a minnow!
You can expect to catch a wide variety of fish during your stay. The most popular game fish are tarpon, snook, permit and bonefish and the ultimate
catch in Belize is the "Grand Slam" - one of each!
In the flats, bonefish are abundant all year. The average weight is three to eight pounds, but they do come larger. On the ocean side of the reef,
just off the cayes, fishing is excellent for mackerel, grouper, baracuda, snapper, bonito, jacks, blackfin tuna and wahoo.
Most fishing in Belize is now catch-and-release with very few fish actually being killed. Belize looks set to remain one
of the Western Hemisphere's greatest fishing venues with it's year-round warm weather, for many years to come.