Belize Snorkeling Tours
Glover's Reef Atoll Snorkel
Explore the wonders of the reef
Glover’s Reef, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and protected National Marine Reserve of Belize, forms the outermost boundary of the Belize Barrier Reef and is considered the most remote of Belize’s three major atolls. This exclusive location feels a world away and makes for an untouched and pristine snorkeling experience all within a 1 – 10 minute distance from Manta Island Resort.
While there are very few places in Belize where you can snorkel right offshore, and our resort, Manta Island, is one of them, we also offer guided snorkeling tours to a variety of the nearby snorkeling hotspots. Even though Glover’s Reef is the smallest atoll, only 17 miles long, it boasts a reef that is over 50 miles long around its edge, so, with our guided snorkeling tours, chances are you may visit a different spot each time!
Belize Blue Hole Snorkel
Check this off your bucket list
Explore one of the most famous snorkeling spots in Belize: the Great Blue Hole and Lighthouse Reef. The perfectly circular hole is surrounded by coral edges and filled with stalactite and limestone cave ridges to depths as deep as 425 feet. Snorkelers can see a mix of large and Belize Blue Hole Snorkel small marine life along with spectacular corals.
Located off the coast of Belize within the Lighthouse Reef Atoll, the Belize Blue Hole is a perfectly circular underwater sinkhole. What was previously a limestone cave system, is now one of the most unique natural creations known as the Belize Blue Hole. As sea levels rose during the last Ice Age, the cave flooded and its roof collapsed into this sinkhole resulting in a marine wonder known for its sparkling blue waters, wealth of coral formations, sharks and fish, and deep caves filled with stalactites making this belize snorkeling tours one to cross off your bucket list.
Please note that this tour has a travel time of one hour boat ride to & from.
Tour details such as timetables, location, etc., will be confirmed upon arrival with the Front Desk.
What to bring: Swimwear, sunscreen, hat, sunglasses, exposure protection, underwater camera, Dramamine, towel, and water bottle.
Pricing: Contact us for pricing.