Home to the second longest barrier in the world and three of the northern hemisphere's four atolls, Belize makes a fabulous liveaboard destination.
Liveaboard itineraries focus on the Lighthouse and Turneffe atolls. The world-famous Blue Hole forms part of Lighthouse Reef, the northernmost of the three atolls. Originally a cathedral-like cave, the roof fell in 10,000 years ago, leaving a perfectly circular hole. At 40 metres one can see stalagmites and stalactites and swim through the maze of quartz and limestone while marine-life swims below.
Turneffe atoll is the largest of the three atolls and the closest to Belize’s coastline. It has large mangrove areas providing a haven for juvenile marine life and is famed for excellent wall diving and sea gardens. Divers can expect to see eagle rays, turtles, large snapper, jacks on the atolls healthy reefs.
Due to flight schedules, your journey normally requires an overnight stay in the USA (on the outward journey only). It is likely this will be in Houston, but may vary depending on flight schedule and route.
Day2: Arrive in Belize and transfer to your liveaboard
Days3-7: Dive Belize's barrier reef and outer atolls
Up to five dives a day are offered over five and a half days of diving. Underwater highlights include the sheer walls of Half Moon Caye and Painted Wall, adorned with gorgonians, rope sponges and an abundant marine life. Divers can, weather permitting, explore the Blue Hole, a collapsed freshwater cave system and one of the most popular dive sites in the region.
Day8: Enjoy an afternoon and dinner ashore
Dinner is at your own expense.
Day9: Disembark and transfer to the airport for your journey home.
Day10: Arrive UK
You should note: The above itinerary is a sample only and your actual liveaboard itinerary may vary. Marine park fees and fuel surcharges may apply. Prices based on a berth in a twin-share cabin.
Duration and price including flights from/to UK: 10 daysfrom £3,345 pp
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As well as having the second longest barrier reef in the world, Belize is blessed with three of the northern hemisphere’s four atolls - Lighthouse, Turneffe and Glover. Amongst its many exceptional dive sites is the world-famous Blue Hole.
Ideal for viewing: spotted eagle ray, green turtle, white-tip reef shark, giant grouper, black-tip reef shark
Excellent for: Liveaboard diving, Resort based diving
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This luxurious liveaboard, departs Belize City throughout the year for a seven night diving adventure exploring Turneffe and Lighthouse Reef Atolls. Up to five dives a day are offered and a range of speciality courses are available.
Accommodating 20 passengers, this luxury liveaboard caters for adventurous divers. Moving two or three times each day, itinerary highlights include Lighthouse Reef and Turneffe Atolls, and the famous Blue Hole.