Tours – Cruise Excursions – Snorkeling:

Goff’s Caye Island Getaway

Goff’s Caye is an island 30 minutes away from Belize City port by boat.

This scenic boat ride takes you past numerous mangrove islands, which are natural habitats for Brown Boobies, Cormorants, Terns and the fierce Frigate birds and occasionally bottle nose dolphins are spotted.

Goff’s Caye sits directly on top of the world’s second largest Barrier Reef making it the best location for a world class snorkeling experience. Goff’s Caye is a natural coral sand island, making it the ultimate beach experience for the entire family; kids can build their dream sand castles or simply splash in its turquoise blue waters. Goff’s Caye measures approximately 1.2 acres. There are no beach chairs, so bring your beach towels and if you wish you can bring your own snacks. On your own you can enjoy a picnic style B–B–Q or Chicken Kabobs, or even grilled lobster tails (when in season); cold beers and other drinks are also on sale.


Shark Ray Alley Snorkel & Caye Caulker Beach

You will be taken by boat for a 35 minute journey northeast to Caye Caulker Marine Reserve and the famous Shark Ray Alley. Snorkel and enjoy the crystal clear waters and spectacular colors of Belize’s Barrier Reef. Friendly reef fish including snappers and jacks dart in and about graceful stingrays and the inquisitive brown nurse sharks- an experience not to be missed. After your personal encounter with the “friendly critters” you will be transferred to the beach of nearby Caye Caulker for refreshments and lunch. Time provides for a little sunbathing or strolling on the sand streets of one of Belize’s famous tourist mecca.

Snorkeling at Shark Ray Alley


Shark Ray Alley Snorkeling by Air

Board a Cessna Caravan for a 20-minute flight over the world’s second largest Barrier Reef. At 1,500 feet you will be able to see the magnificent underwater formations and the many islands that dot the reef system. Upon arrival to San Pedro Ambergris Caye, “Temptation Island”, you will be taken by boat to a popular marine reserve and the famous Shark Ray Alley. After you have snorkeled in the clear waters and had a personal encounter with Nurse Sharks and graceful Stingrays, you’ll cruise back to San Pedro for lunch at a beachside restaurant. There will be time to explore the shops of the resort island of San Pedro.

snorkeling with sting rays

NOTE: Due to sun’s strong rays, it is recommended that guests apply sun block and wear a t-shirt while snorkeling to avoid sunburn.