Belize Snorkel Package


Belize Snorkel Package

Dive into blue waters!

Home to the second-largest barrier reef in the world, snorkelling is a must-do when in Belize. Our Belize Snorkel Package is an excellent option for travelers who want to experience island and sea adventures at their best! Choose to vacation for 5 or 7 nights and enjoy exploring the vibrant underwater world in Belize. 

What's Included:


Snorkeling Tours

Taxes & Charges


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May 1 – December 18
December 19 – April 30
7 Nights/ 8 Day Package
US $2038 per couple
US $2168 per couple
5 Nights/ 6 Days Package
US $1408 per couple
US $1584 per couple

Add Flight to/from Ambergris Caye

Prices Include GST (tax). Subject to added 10% service charge

*Unused portions of this package are non-refundable. Upgrades Available: Additional nights can be added, and other room categories are available.

Please contact us for details.
U.S. Dial Direct: 011-501-226-4675


Snorkel Stop Day Trip to Caye Caulker

Begin your day by sailing to Hol Chan marine reserve, where our guides will show you around the spectacular snorkel area. Then hand on to shark ray alley, where you will encounter sharks and rays in their natural habitat. Once back on board the boat you can rinse off in the freshwater shower and settle in for the sail to Caye Caulker. When you reach Caye Caulker you will have time to explore our quaint sister island. After lunch, enjoy a leisurely sail back to San Pedro.

Belize Snorkel Package
San Pedro Belize Snorkeling Tours

2 1/2 Hour Snorkel Trip

Mexico Rocks, located insider the reef North San Pedro makes for a great half-day snorkel spot. Brilliantly giant coral sponges and natural nurseries of exotic tropical fish paint a beautiful underwater scene. Majestic rays and barracudas can also be seen.

Here's what our guests are saying

“We enjoyed our stay at the Sun Breeze very much. The staff was friendly and helpful. We appreciated the help from the front desk in arranging special excursions (sunset cruise, snorkeling at Hol Chon, a visit to Caye Caulker, and the Secret Beach.”