Scuba Diving Tours

Belize Diving Tours

Whether you’ve got hundreds of dives under your belt or you’re a beginner looking to be certified, Ambergris Caye is an exceptional destination for all your underwater adventures.


With 39 named dive sites along the 25 miles of Belize’s remarkable barrier reef that runs less than a mile offshore, you will be sure to get your fill of marine life. Divers will see amazing coral formations, including canyons, grottos, and tunnels. The calm waters offer visibility up to 150 ft., several canyons, swim-throughs, and the reef cuts are teeming with abundant colorful sea life. Underwater photographers looking for that National Geographic shot are sure to be satisfied.

The following Belize scuba diving tours can be booked with our on-site tour desk when you arrive, or booked when you make your reservation.
Belize Diving Tours | Scuba Diving in San Pedro Ambergris Caye

Dive/Snorkel to Hol Chan & Shark Ray Alley

A truly unforgettable adventure, with over 160 species of fish having been identified in this protected area along with corals, sponges,  seagrass, and sea turtles, you are sure to have an unBelizeable experience.

Night time

Night Dive to Hol Chan Reserve

With 80% of the marine life in the Caribbean Sea being nocturnal, night diving is a great way to see marine life that you typically won’t see during the day.

Belize diving tours
Belize diving tours

Full Day

Turneffe Atoll Trip

Turneffe features over 70 dive sites with spectacular diving suitable for every level of diver. It’s variety of marine life and coral formations are worth the trip.

Full Day

Blue Hole Dives at Lighthouse Reef

The Blue Hole is famous not only for being a great symbol of Belize, but also for providing the ultimate Belize diving experience. Our full day trips to the Blue Hole and Lighthouse Reef are among the best Belize available.

Belize Diving Tours | Scuba Diving in San Pedro Ambergris Caye
Trip Advisor

“Both of our children are certified Divers and needless to say, the reef was exceptional. Diving in March was spectacular, dive shops will pick you up at Grand Caribe’s pier. Weather otherwise was exceptional on both trips. Diving is “unBelizeable,” water is absolutely beautiful and the local residents could not be more caring!!!”

TripAdvisor