Belize, recognised by Travel and Leisure as a top place you can see the Bluest Water in the World

We all dream of being surrounded by clear blue waters, and in Belize this dream becomes a reality. For many years, Belize has been well-known for its famous Barrier Reef with adventurous scuba divers, snorkelers and anglers alike vacationing in Belize, in pursuit of their favorite marine sports and enjoying the countries vibrant blue waters. Belize is a a beautiful Caribbean getaway with the Belize Barrier Reef hugging its’s coastline allowing visitors to experience beautiful  turquoise waters.  Travel and Leisure have recognised Ambergris Caye, in Belize as a top place you can see the Bluest Water in the World and we cannot agree more!

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13 Places Where You Can See the Bluest Water in the World

Ambergris Caye, Belize


A short boat ride from the largest barrier reef outside of Australia, Belize’s Ambergris Caye is a scuba diver’s and snorkeler’s paradise. Head to Shark Ray Alley to snorkel among nurse sharks and stingrays; visit Hol Chan Marine Reserve to get up close with eels, turtles, and colorful fish; or explore the underwater caves of Blue Hole.

Where to Enjoy Belize Blues

Staying at SunBreeze Suites, located on Ambegris Caye, the Belize Barrier Reef is less than a mile from shore. Wake up to the sun glistening on the sea and enjoy the sea view from your private balcony. Its turquoise hue is quintessential Caribbean. Enjoy these blues from above and below. A short boat ride away, grab some snorkeling gear, jump into the warm water and enter an electric-colored world beneath the water’s surface. The Caribbean waters surrounding the islands are alive with bright healthy coral reefs.