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Tranquility Bay Resort
Ambergris Caye, Belize
Tel. 1 888 THE CAYE (843-2293) USA Toll Free
Tel. 011-501-236-5880 (Belize)
We are located just inside the remarkable Belize Barrier Reef, the longest unbroken living reef on earth. Our private hideaway is the only resort on Ambergris Caye that is actually inside the Bacalar Chica National Marine Park and United Nations World Heritage Site. Just a few steps from your cabana, start snorkeling from the beach to experience an amazing variety of marine life. Tranquility Bay is also known
as one of the finest dive resorts on Ambergris Caye.
Number of Dive Boats: 2
Max Number of Divers: 16
Number of Tanks Per Day: Up to 4 Per Diver
Rental Gear Available: BC's, Regulators, Fins, Masks, Snorkels, Dive Computers
Total Dive Sites: 100's
Minimum time to divesites/mins: 5
Maximum time to divesites/mins: 240
Training Agency: PADI
Courses Offered: Open Water, Discover Scuba
info@tranquilitybayresort.com
http://www.tranquilitybayresort.com




Ambergris Divers Belize

PO Box 221, San Pedro Town
Ambergris Caye, BELIZE
Tel. (+) 501-226-2634
Fax. (+) 501-226-4263
Scuba & snorkeling activities, catering to experienced as well as the novice enthusiasts. Comfortably equipped to offer daily SCUBA instruction, daily half day dive trips and offshore day trips, for single to varied dive group sizes but still small enough to offer personalized services. So come on… “Immerse Yourself In Our World!”
» Number of Dive Boats: 5
» Maximum Number of Divers per Boat: 3 boats @ 16, 2 boats @ 8
» Gear Provided: Tanks and weights
» Rental Gear Available: bcd, regulators, wetsuits, mask/fins, dive lights
» Nitrox Available: 32%
» Type of Diving Available: Boat dives to the Barrier Reef, offshore atolls for wall diving
» Total Dive Sites: Barrier Reef Dives (half day trips) 20+ dive sites. Offshore Atoll dive sites visited 9+ dive sites
» Minimum Time to Dive Sites: Barrier Reef Sites: 5 minutes
» Maximum Time to Dive Sites: Barrier Reef Sites: 15 minutes. Offshore atoll dive sites 2 ½ hours
» Certification Agencies: PADI affiliate R#10796. International Referral center for all certification agencies
» Courses Offered: Recreational Certification Courses: from Discover Scuba to Advanced Open Water and Emergency First Response
diving@ambergrisdivers.com
http://www.ambergrisdivers.com




Belize Diving Adventures

Beach Front
San Pedro, Ambergris Caye
Belize,Central America
Tel. 501-226-3082
Belize Diving Adventures, a Belizean owned, family business,is located in the heart of San Pedro, Ambergris Caye. This full service dive facility is comprise of licensed Tour Guides, PADI / NAUI Instructors, Dive Masters and Boat Captains who provides professional, efficient, and friendly and personalize service.
» Number of Dive Boats: 3
» Maximum Number of Divers per Boat: 10 and 18
» Gear Provided: Yes
» Rental Gear Available: Sherwwod, Mares, Aqualung
» Nitrox Available: 32%
» Type of Diving Available: Reef, wall, atoll
» Total Dive Sites: 50
» Minimum Time to Dive Sites: 5 mins.
» Maximum Time to Dive Sites: 15 mins. local - 2:30 for atoll
» Certification Agencies: PADI, NAUI
» Courses Offered: Open Water,Advenced Diver,Rescue Diver,EFR/CPR, Dive Master, 10 specialties including Nitrox
contact@belizedivingadventures.net
http://www.belizedivingadventures.net




Blue Marlin Beach Resort
South Water Caye (14 Miles Offshore Dangriga)
Stann Creek, Belize
Central America
Toll Free: 1-800-798-1558
Belize Direct: Island: +11-501-532-2104 / Office: +11-501-522-2243
Fax.: +11-501-522-2296
The Blue Marlin Beach Resort offers divers a prime opportunity to dive and relax in a tropical island paradise. Boasting a unique proximity within the largest marine reserve in Belize as well as the Southern Barrier Reef kissing our shoreline, divers will enjoy pristine dive sites conveniently located within a short 3 to 5 minutes boat ride from our docks. Spectacular snorkel and fishing sites also available for non-diver spouses and family members.
» Number of Dive Boats: 4
» Maximum Number of Divers per Boat: 8
» Gear Provided: Tank, weight and belt
» Rental Gear Available: BCD, Regulator, Wet Suit
» Nitrox Available: No
» Type of Diving Available: Drift and wall diving
» Total Dive Sites: 20
» Minimum Time to Dive Sites: 3 minute
» Maximum Time to Dive Sites: 5 minutes
» Certification Agencies: PADI
» Courses Offered: Open water to divemaster
reservations@bluemarlinlodge.com
http://www.bluemarlinlodge.com




Blue Tang Inn
Sand Piper Street- Beachfront
San Pedro Town
Ambergris Caye, Belize
Tel: Ph. 1-866-881-1020
Number of Rooms: 14
Check In Time: 3pm
Check Out Time: 11am
Amenities
:
Fully Equipped Kitchen in every suite, King Bed or 2 Full Size Beds, Futon, Air Conditioning, 2 Ceiling, Fans, WiFi throughout hotel, Pool, Rooftop Deck with Stunning Views!, Safety Deposit Box, Hair Dryer in room, Beach Towels, Front Desk Cooncierge
We offer Scuba Diving Packages that include:
5-7 Nights Garden View Suite & Hotel Tax
Daily Continental Breakfast
Daily local 2-tank dives
Blue Hole/ Lighthouse Reef and Turneffe 3-Tank Dives
Roundtrip air transfer from Belize Int’l Airport to San Pedro, Ambergris Caye
Roundtrip taxi transfer from the San Pedro Airport to Blue Tang Inn
Inquire for Availability and Rates
Blue Tang Inn is located beachfront in San Pedro Town. Enjoy an easy walk to many restaurants & shops. 14 beautiful, quiet and clean suites. Superb service provided by our friendly staff. Awe-inspiring views from our Rooftop deck! We'll help you plan and enjoy your vacation!
info@bluetanginn.com
http://bluetanginn.com




Caye Casa

San Pedro
Ambergris Caye
Belize
Central America
Tel: 501-226-2880
Fax: 501-226-2880
Beachfront setting. Peaceful. Private. Minutes from town, restaurants, tour operators, shops. Caye Casa is the ideal spot to escape – to live the dream. Timeless tropical touches blended with modern conveniences. Enjoy the breeze from your own thatch covered porch then go swimming. We offer personalized, all-inclusive scuba diving and fly fishing packages.
julie@cayecasa.com
http://www.cayecasa.com




Chaa Creek Rainforest Reserve, Adventure Centre and Spa
P.O. Box 53,
San Ignacio Town,
Cayo District,
Belize
Tel.: 501-824-2037
Fax.: 501-824-2501
A private 365-acre nature reserve set along the banks of the Macal River in the foothills of the Maya Mountains, Chaa Creek provides a unique rainforest experience while maintaining an unspoiled ambience. Check out our inland/island packages where you can split your vacation and include the inland beauty and adventures as well as Turneffe Flats for snorkeling and diving.
reservations@chaacreek.com
http://www.chaacreek.com




Coco Plum Island Resort
Box 239,
Dangriga,
Belize.
Ph. 512-786-7309
Fax. 512-341-2921
Coco Plum Cay is a spectacular private tropical island located off the central coast of Belize and offers an outstanding location from which to access many of Belize's best dive sites.
contact@cocoplumcay.com
www.cocoplumcay.com




IslaMarisol Resort
South West Caye
Glover's Reef Atoll
P.O Box 10 Dangriga
Belize C.A
Tel. 011-501-520-2056 / 670-1485
Fax. 011-501-522-0235
Isla Marisol Resort located on Glover's Reef Atoll offers professionally guided Belize tours featuring scuba diving, nitrox diving, snorkeling, fishing, beach combing, and seafood feasts, all set in the exotic environment of the tropics.
sales@islamarisolresort.com
http://www.islamarisolresort.com




Jaguar Reef Lodge

P.O. Box 297
Dangriga, Belize, C.A.
Tel. 866 910 7373 or 011 501 520 7040
Fax. 011 501 520 7091
Jaguar Reef Lodge is situated on an endless golden sand beach between the Mayan Mountains and Caribbean Sea and provides it's guests with outstanding diving opportunities on the nearby barrier reef and coral atolls.
info@almondjaguar.com
http://www.jaguarreef.com




Portofino Beach Resort

POBox 36
San Pedro
Ambergris Caye
Belize, C.A.
Tel. + 501 226 5096
Fax. + 501 226 4272
Gear Provided: Tanks and Weights
Rental Gear Available: BCD, Regulators, Wet Suits
Courses Offered: Resort Course, Open Water Referral, Scuba Diver, Open Water, Advanced Open Water, Rescue Dive Master, Refresher
Portofino Beach Resort is located on some of the most beautiful beaches on Ambergris Caye. Portofino offers a variety of charming accommodations. Facilities include a restaurant, dive shop, and beach bar. Guests can enjoy our free kayaks, movies and books. Activities include diving, fishing, caving etc.
info@portofinobelize.com
http://www.portofino.bz




Robert's Grove Beach Resort

Placencia
Stann Creek District
Belize. Central America

Tel: 501-523-3565
Fax: 501-523-4367
» Number of Dive Boats: 4
» Maximum Number of Divers: 80
» Number of Tanks per Day: 4
» Gear Provided: All
» Rental Gear Available: Yes
» Type of Diving: ALL
» Nitrox Available: Yes
» Total Dive Sites: 15
» Training Agency: PADI 5
» Courses Offered: ALL
The Robert's Grove Beach Resort is proud to be one of the premier Belize dive resorts in the country and one of the few that have a PADI 5 star designation. The New York Times called Robert's Grove "home to the most reputable dive shop in Placencia".
Robert's Grove is ideally located for those looking for a Belize diving vacation that includes visits to many of the best Belize dive sites. The reason for this is that, as the edge of the Barrier Reef comes south along the coast of Belize, it separates itself further and further from the mainland. The result is a broad expanse of coral reef with channels that go down from 90 to 110 feet, but rising abruptly into shoals and cayes, providing many nearby SCUBA locations. At last official count there are a minimum of 20 named dive sites in the southern waters of Belize near Robert's Grove bursting with untouched coral and abundant fish life. We are still discovering new sites every day!
info@robertsgrove.com
http://www.robertsgrove.com




SunBreeze Hotel
#7 Coconut Drive
P.O. Box 14 San Pedro
Ambergris Caye
Belize
Tel.: 011 (501) 226-2191
Fax.: 011 (501) 2262346
A perfect Island Vacation Getaway, centrally located on the island of Ambergris Caye, the SunBreeze Hotel offers you all the comforts of home away from home. Within a stroll of all the towns activities, restaurants,bars and gift shops.
sunbreeze@btl.net
http://www.sunbreeze.net




SunBreeze Suites
Barrier Reef Drive
Beach Front
San Pedro
Ambergris Caye
Belize
Tel.: 011-(501) 226-4675
Fax.: 011-(501) 226-3414
Each of the SunBreeze Suites feature private bedroom and bathroom, a living and dining room area with a fully equipped kitchen. Each living room has a queen size sofa bed and the bedding is either a queen size bed or a king size bed that can be converted to two twin beds.
sunbreeze@pinnacleinternet.com
http://www.sunbreezesuites.com




St. Georges Caye Resort

Box 1880
Belize City, Belize
Central America
Tel: Toll Free: 1-800-813-8498
St George's Caye Resort is an exclusive Canadian owned and operated resort nestled on a private residence island only 20 minutes from Belize City. There are 12 cabanas each with own veranda, air conditioning, mini-bars, ceiling fans for your comfort. Full course gourmet meals, evening appetizers and fresh juice delivered to your door each morning will add to your experience. Valet diving, SSI courses and certification. Full service spa.
» Number of Dive Boats: 1
» Maximum Number of Divers per Boat: 14 - 16
» Gear Provided: Tanks and weights
» Rental Gear Available: All
» Nitrox Available: Yes
» Type of Diving Available: Reef, wall, Blue Hole
» Total Dive Sites: 100+
» Minimum Time to Dive Sites: 5
» Maximum Time to Dive Sites: 25
» Certification Agencies: SSI
» Courses Offered: Yes
office@gooddiving.com
http://www.gooddiving.com




Turneffe Flats

Tel. 888-512-8812
Fax. 954-351-9740
Turneffe Flats has long been recognized as a premier scuba diving and marine ecotourism destination. Located on Belize's Turneffe Atoll, the largest and most biologically diverse atoll in the Caribbean, we specialize in superior service for a limited number of guests.
» Number of Dive Boats: 2
» Maximum Number of Divers per Boat: Most diving is done from our 48-foot Custom Dive Boat Ms. Ellie. Our self-imposed limit is 12 divers, with five divers or less, we dive from our 29-foot Ms. K
» Gear Provided: Tanks, weights and weight belts are provided as well as towels on the boat and plenty of dry storage
» Rental Gear Available: BCD's, regulators, and dive computers; however, we do not rent wet suits or dive skins. Cylumes are provided for night dives, but divers will need to bring a dive light
» Nitrox Available: Yes
» Type of Diving Available: wall dives, drift dives, anchor dives, a night dive (weather dependant) and a trip to Lighthouse Atoll (weather dependant.) We also dive sloping coral formations and spine and groove coral formations
» Total Dive Sites: 60+ dive sites on the Turneffe Atoll; and divers are within easy reach of the Lighthouse Atoll and the Blue Hole
» Minimum Time to Dive Sites: Less than 5 mins.
» Maximum Time to Dive Sites: Turneffe sites up to 30 mins, 1 1/4 hrs. to Blue Hole
» Certification Agencies: PADI
» Courses Offered: Discover scuba, open water, advanced OW, many specialties
reservations@tflats.com
http://www.tflats.com



About Belize

Belize offers all ranges of diving - from shore diving in shallow water to the Great Blue Hole at over 200 feet (61m) deep.

The Belize Barrier Reef spans 185 miles (297 km) of coast with the largest barrier reef in the Western hemisphere. Dive sites are located inside and outside of the reef. Outside the reef, look for spur and groove formations - narrow canyons of corals. Inside the reef, patch reefs are covered with hundreds of brightly colored fish and coral species.

Belize boasts three offshore atolls: Turneffe, Glover's Reef and Lighthouse Reef. Together they easily provide more than a hundred dive and snorkeling sites. Lighthouse atoll is where you will find the famous Blue Hole, with a depth of 480 feet and stalagtites at 130 feet.

Great diving can be found from the mainland or from a number of resorts on the tiny islands offshore.

Most of the Belize marine ecosystem is protected under World Heritage Sites and because of this, the diving remains pristine.

Climate Annual Mean Temp 79F 26C Water Temps 75 - 84F 24 - 29C
Visibility Often 100+ ft 30+ m on the atolls, little lower inside the reef

Getting There

By Air

International flights to Belize go through Charlotte, Dallas, Houston, Miami, Los Angeles and Montego Bay, Jamaica. Flights arrive in Belize City, then if you are heading to the offshore cays and atolls, you will travel from here either by boat or small private charter plane, depending on location.

Airlines servicing Belize are:

American Airlines

Delta

Maya Island Air

Avianca Airlines

Tropic Air

United Airlines

Entry Requirements

Passport: Visitors to Belize must possess a passport valid for at least three months after the date of arrival and a return ticket with sufficient funds to cover their stay. Visitors are given a one-month stay, after which an extension can be applied for with the Immigration Department. Visas are not required for citizens of the United States and its territories, Canada, United Kingdom and its territories, European Union, Caribbean and Central American Countries. For visitors driving/boating into Belize from Guatemala or Mexico, a temporary importation permit must be secured at the point of entry. Vehicle/vessel permits are valid for 30 days.

VISAS
United States and Canadian citizens, nationals of Caricom countries and of the European Community member nations (Belgium, Germany, France, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Denmark, Ireland, UK, Greece, Spain, Portugal, Austria, Finland, Sweden), Hong Kong, Mexico, New Zealand, Norway and Venezuela do not require visas.

Entry visas should be obtained outside of Belize. For the nearest place to obtain a visa please visit: Belize Consuls and Embassies.

Visas are required for nationals of the following countries: Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, Angola, Argentina, Bangladesh, Bolivia, Bosnia, Brazil, Central African Republic, Chad, China, Columbia, Cuba, El Salvador, Ethiopia, Haiti, Honduras, India, Japan, Korea (North and South), Libya, Monaco, Mongolia, Morocco, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Pakistan, Panama, Peru, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Ukraine, and Zaire.

Getting Around

Ambergris Caye, the largest of about 1000 cayes (islands) located in the northern most waters of Belize, Central America. This narrow strip of paradise surrounded by the azure Caribbean, is approximately 25 miles long and was once a part of the Yucatan Peninsula. Get there by small plane or water taxi.

Taxi service is available to and from destinations in San Pedro Town, as far north as the river and as far south as Victoria House, the hotel furthest to the south of Ambergris Caye. Most hotels and resorts provide transportation for guests to and from the airstrip and boat docks. Taxi fare is charged according to the number of persons and how far you wanted to be transported.

Caye Caulker is located 12 miles from the mainland. It is only 5 miles long and seperated into 2 parts. The main village is on the southern portion. Get there by small plane or water taxi.

On the mainland, you will want some form of transportation. The least expensive way to get around Belize on a day to day basis is by bus. Buses run regular schedules and by other Central American standards, Belizean buses are clean, roomy and efficient. No reservations required though often recommended as some bus routes fill up quickly and completely. Rental cars are also available in the larger towns and cities. There are many international and local rental agencies available.

Communication
You won't find telephones on every corner of the open road in Belize. If you plan to rent a car and discover Belize at your own pace, its smart to pack your cellular phone or arrange for one through Belize Telecommunications Ltd. when you arrive. Also, some rent-a-car companies now offer cellular phones. It might spare you a headache in the event of a breakdown.

What to Wear
If you are visiting the Cayes and/or the Barrier Reef, bring your shorts, T-shirts, and bathing suits, as well as some comfortable tennis shoes or deck shoes. As the sun is probably more intense than what you are used to at home, bring a cap to protect your head from the tropical sun when you are boating and/or fishing and use sunscreen protection.

Loose fitting, light colored cotton pants and camping shirts, along with a comfortable pair of hiking shoes or boots are appropriate for exploring the Mainland or trekking through the rain forest. When visiting the Maya Ruins or traipsing through the jungle, a hat with a wide brim will provide shade from the tropical sun, as well as provide protection from a tropical shower.

Ambergris Caye, the largest of about 1000 cayes (islands) located in the northern most waters of Belize, Central America. This narrow strip of paradise surrounded by the azure Caribbean, is approximately 25 miles long and was once a part of the Yucatan Peninsula. Get there by small plane or water taxi.

Caye Caulker is located 12 miles from the mainland. It is only 5 miles long and seperated into 2 parts. The main village is on the southern portion. Get there by small plane or water taxi.

Business Hours
Banks: Monday - Thursday 8:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. Friday 8:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. and 3:00 P.M. to 6:00 P.M.
Commerce & Industry: Monday - Friday 8:00 A.M. to 12:00P.M. 1:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M. Some businesses are open on Saturdays

Electricity
Although most of the electricity is provided by Diesel/Generator Sets, the power is stable at 110 Volts A.C., which is the same voltage as in the United States.

Medical
There is a well staffed hospital and several private doctors in Belize City. Also the District Towns and larger Villages have hospitals or clinics.

Water
Potable water is available in most areas of Belize, but it is advisable to ask, and if in doubt, to drink boiled or bottled water.

Health
There are no serious epidemic diseases in Belize. No inoculations are required for entry, but anti-malaria tablets are recommended for extended stays in the jungle.

Language
Everyone in Belize speaks English.

Tipping
Tip if you find the service good. Tipping can range from 10-15%.

Telephone Service
Belize Telecommunications Limited provides telephone communication between Belize and the United States and Canada. Direct dial service is available.

Time
Time observed year round is GMT-6, which is the same as United States Central Standard Time. Daylight Savings Time is not observed in Belize

Climate
The climate is subtropical, with a brisk prevailing wind from the Caribbean Sea. The country has an annual mean temperature of 79 degrees Fahrenheit, and the humidity is nicely tempered by the Sea breezes.

Variation in weather features, emphasizes the interesting difference in elevation, geology, plant and animal life. A summer high temperature, usually never exceeds 96 degrees Fahrenheit, and winter lows are seldom below 60 degrees Fahrenheit, even at night.

Saltwater temperature varies between 75 degrees Fahrenheit and 84 degrees Fahrenheit.

Rainfall
Annual rainfall ranges from 50 inches in the North to 170 inches in the South. Although the rainy season is usually between June and August and the dry season is between February and May, global weather changes are making historical predictions somewhat invalid. At the end of October, the weather does become cooler, and from November to February, it is pleasant with showers of rain. Average humidity is 85 percent.

Activities and Attractions

Scuba Diving
Indeed, Belize's barrier reef has been named one of the Seven Underwater Wonders of the World. Water visibility commonly reaches 100+ feet; water temperature hovers around 80 degrees Fahrenheit; and the barrier reef makes for calm water most of the year. SCUBA divers have three major options when deciding how to experience the underwater world of Belize.

Windsurfing
Belize is a perfect place to indulge in the fabulous sport of windsurfing. The Cayes have it all, flat water created by the reef and the constant onshore/sideshore wind provide an ideal location for the beginner to try a first lesson or take a course. For the intermediate it is fantastic for blasting and chop hopping. Runs of 10 miles plus are possible on either tack; perfect for practicing waterstarts and carve gybes.

Fishing
Belize is a mecca for those interested in fishing. All kinds of fishing - spin, fly, trolling - can be experienced all year long, and the abundance of game fish guarantees excellent sport. The estuaries, inlets and mouths to the many rivers are known for their tarpon, snook and jacks. The lagoons and flats are known for the bonefish, permit and barracuda. The coral reefs support grouper, snappper, jacks and barracuda while the deeper waters off the drop off are home to sailfish, marlin, bonito and pompano.

Bird Watching
Because of Belize's small population and lack of industry, much of Belize has remained virtually undisturbed. About 66% of the country is still forested. Birders in particular will have the opportunity to observe hundreds of different species of birds. It is not uncommon to view 50 in a single outing. Belize has recorded over 500 species of birds within its borders. Any of the national parks make excellent locations to bird.

Caving
Belize is an ideal location for the formation of caves. With abundant limestone and a wet climate, caves abound in many places throughout Belize. Caving is a dangerous sport, and it is adviseable to check with the locals before exploring any caves on your own. Because of the isolation of many caves, they have not been thoroughly explored.

Canoeing/Kayaking/Tubing
Though Belize is a relatively small country, with very low-lying land, it receives plenty of rain during the winter season, and supports 20 major river systems and smaller streams. These many waterways are potential outdoor adventures for the kayak and canoe lovers. This is an excellent way to birdwatch and view wildlife along the banks. You will also experience the flow of human life in Belize as the rivers of the country are still major gathering places for fishing, cleaning and transportation.

Archeology
Belize shares a rich Maya heritage with neighboring countries like Guatemala, Mexico and Honduras and is considered to have been the heart of Maya civilization during the classic period. Although Belize's Maya occupation began as early as 1500 BC, during the classic period of 250 AD to 900 AD the population is said to have exceeded one million people. Archaeological remains of the ancient Maya include pottery, skeletons, stellae and tall palaces and temples with ceremonial centers.
Some popular Maya sites from north to south of Belize are:
- Corozal District: Cerros and Santa Rita
- Orange Walk: Lamanai, Nobmul and Cuello
- Belize District: Altun Ha
- Stann Creek District Mayflower
- Cayo District: Xunantunich, El Pilar, Cahal Pech, Pacbitun and Caracol
- Toledo District: Nim Li Punit, Ukhenba and Lubaantun.

Belize Zoo
The Zoo is located 29 1/2 miles west of Belize City on the Western Highway, and is open daily - except on Good Friday and Christmas Day - from 9:30 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. The nominal admission fee of US$5.00 is used to support the facility and all of the associated education programs.
See http://www.belizezoo.org for more information.

 

 
 


 

 


 










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