BELIZE SAILING TOURS
Just beyond Grand Caribe’s beautiful beach is the largest barrier reef in the western hemisphere and untouched cayes waiting to be explored. Our Belize sailing tours allow you to sit back and relax. Unwind with a drink while enjoying the clear blue skies, refreshing sea breeze and breathtaking views. Our Belize sailing charters are perfect for intimate gatherings with friends and celebrating special occasions.
The following sailing tours can be booked with our on-site tour desk when you arrive, or booked when you make your reservation.
Caye Caulker Catamaran Sailing
Enjoy a day sail to the laid-back island of Caye Caulker. With its peaceful atmosphere and slow moving pace you will find yourself completely relaxed. Along the way you will snorkel at Hol Chan Marine Reserve and Shark Ray Alley to see some amazing marine life and beautiful coral. After working up an appetite, eat at one of the many delicious Caye Caulker restaurants. Following lunch, there’s time to stroll the streets of Caye Caulker and shop for souvenirs.
Ambergris Caye Catamaran Sailing
Head north on the crystal clear Caribbean waters and experience snorkeling Mexico Rocks with its wide variety of coral heads, sea fans and colorful tropical fish. Relax with a refreshing swim while your guides prepare a mouthwatering beachside barbeque… Belizean style! Then sail off to Tres Cocos on the barrier reef where you will see the most amazing Elkhorn coral in the Caribbean. Both are spectacular snorkeling sites.
After a relaxing day of lounging by the pool, there is nothing like a sunset cruise with breathtaking views of the island as you sail along the second largest barrier reef in the world. Watch as the sun sets on the waters behind Ambergris Caye. Don’t forget to take your camera along and capture more of the beauty of Belize. Sunset cruises make a great wedding rehearsal activity; your group can be off in town for dinner and brought back to the resort.
All Adventure Tours:
“We had 3 fantastic day trips including the catamaran sailing/snorkeling to hol chan reserve, shark alley, and caye caulker, the Lamanai ruins, and the Blue Hole, Half moon caye and the aquarium for snorkeling. We wished we’d had another day…”