Dive in Belize’s Best Sites: Turneffe Atoll & the Great Blue Hole!

Why We Love It

Belize is a wall diver's paradise, boasting colorful gorgonians and sea sponges, with the occasional turtle, eagle ray, and reef shark passing by. After a short transfer from Belize City International Airport, the liveaboard will take you to Belize's most famous dive sites: Turneffe Atoll, Half Moon Caye, and the mystical Blue Hole. This is a great way to access Belize's best sites without long transfers or boat rides. Accessible to all levels of divers, it's the perfect trip to gain a lot of diving experience, with up to 27 dives scheduled!


The liveaboard supports the Turneffe Atoll Marine Reserve (TOSA) and the Lighthouse Reef (Blue Hole and Half Moon Caye) through the Audubon Society in Belize. They also participate in cleanups and beach cleanups.

Who Is It For?

All levels of divers. Advanced divers will be able to deep dive at the Blue Hole and on Turneffe Atoll's sites. Non-divers can do their Open Water course on board if they wish.

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What's included?
  • Accommodation in a twin-share cabin
  • Up to 27 dives
  • All meals and snacks, drinking water, soft drinks, tea & coffee, wine with dinner
  • Cabin and deck towels, and complimentary toiletries
  • Return airport transfers from Belize City (BZE)
  • Local taxes
What's not included?
  • Additional park and port fees, payable locally: $130 (about ... EUR) for a 7 night trip
  • Fuel surcharge of $150 (about ... EUR) for a 7 night trip
  • Diving equipment, nitrox, dive courses
  • Gratuities
Dive Briefing!

Marine Life

  • With more than 100 types of coral and 500 species of fish, the Belize Barrier Reef, the second largest reef system in the world, is one of the most pristine reef ecosystems in the Western Hemisphere.
  • Divers are always encouraged to keep an eye out for megafauna, from the almost always present nurse sharks and stingrays to inquisitive turtles.
  • If you're lucky, you might spot a glimpse of the rare West Indian Manatee, majestic Spotted Eagle Rays, and playing dolphins.

Dive Conditions

  • Season: all year round, with a dry season from February to June, and a wet season from July to January
  • Currents: weak to mild
  • Visibility: 20 meters (66 ft)
  • Water Temperature: 25° to 28°C (77° to 82°F)
  • Depth: both shallow and deeper dives

Dive Sites

  • Over 18 dive sites at Turneffe islands, Lighthouse Reef, and the Blue Hole
  • You'll glide over beautiful coral formations, some deep-water sea fans and gorgonians, some Elkhorn and Staghorn Coral, and colorful erected sponges and plumes.
  • At Lighthouse Reef and Half Moon Caye, expect to see some moray eels, spiny lobsters, turtles, eagle rays, big black groupers, jacks, and some reef sharks.
  • The topography is varied, with sheer drop-offs, stunning walls, some caves and tunnels, and some coral gardens.
  • Some of the famous sites you'll dive on are the Blue Hole, Aquarium, Half-Moon Caye Wall, Cathedral, and Long Caye Wall, to name a few.

The Team

  • Dive operator in the area since 1987
  • Languages on board: English
  • PADI and SSI Dive courses available - ask us

Safety Information

  • Equipment Recommended: a 3 mm wetsuit and the usual dive equipment
  • Insurance: both dive insurance and travel insurance are mandatory
  • Nearest Hyperbaric Chamber: San Pedro, Ambergris Caye
Visas, Flights, and More!

Visa Requirements

  • You must have a valid passport to enter Belize, and a return ticket.
  • USA, Canadian, and Schengen resident, as well as owners of a multiple entry visa for these countries do not require a visa for a stay of of up to 30 days.
  • Check the latest entry requirements for your country on the Belize Immigration website

How to Get There

  • The trip starts and finishes in Belize City.
  • Most major airlines fly into Belize City International Airport (BZE): American, Continental, Delta, US Airways, United, and Taca.
  • Guests will be met by a crewmember at the Belize City International Airport and transferred to the yacht. Guests may board Saturday between 3 pm - 6 pm.
  • Check-out is Saturday at 8 am. Transportation is provided back to the Belize City International Airport.


  • Belize is subject to malaria, dengue, chikungunya, and Zika. Take necessary precautions to avoid bites (cover yourself, have mosquito repellent and talk to your doctor about preventative medications).
  • Bring reef-safe sunscreen, a hat, and a rash guard to protect from the sun.
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