Experience the thrill of SNUBA, exploring Belize’s Mexico Rocks or Hol Chan Marine Reserve on this 2.5-hour tour from Ambergris Caye! Take your undersea adventure to the next level by combining the simplicity of snorkeling with the depth of scuba diving – no certification required. You’ll explore the crystal-clear Caribbean up to a depth of 20 feet (6 meters) as you breathe underwater with ease. Hotel transport is included.
- 2.5-hour SNUBA adventure tour from Ambergris Caye
- Visit Mexico Rocks or Hol Chan Marine Reserve – designated SNUBA sites
- Explore the vibrant coral reefs of Belize and see colorful fish as you breathe easily underwater
- Orientation, equipment and round-trip hotel transport included
What You Can Expect
Your tour starts with pickup at your Ambergris Caye hotel pier by the Symphony Shuttle, a boat that will take you to on a short ride to a designated SNUBA site – either Mexico Rocks or Hol Chan Marine Reserve (your choice).
Once you arrive, learn how to SNUBA with a 15-minute safety and orientation session from your expert guide. You don’t need lengthy training or diving certification to enjoy this experience! Simply breathe through a regulator attached to a tank above the water by a long hose.
When you’re ready, descend to a maximum depth of 20 feet (6 meters) while breathing easily underwater. You’ll be amazed by the pristine surroundings as you discover an abundance of marine life in the clear turquoise waters of the Caribbean!
If you’re at Mexico Rocks, located midway between Ambergris Caye and its barrier reef, you’ll explore a shallow area of colorful patch reefs and sea grass beds. Or, at Hol Chan Marine Reserve, discover a small channel and protected coral reef with a plentiful variety of tropical reef fish such as snappers, jacks and groupers.
Your tour ends with boat transport back to your hotel.
Wow! Snorkeling with sharks, rays, turtles! Snuba was really great, too!! Saw amazing things!
It was my first time to snuba. Great experience, excellent equipment and guide.
It is a great intro to scuba, now I want to take certification classes!