7 nights
Duration
Feb, Mar, Apr, May
Month
18 People
Max Group Size

Join us on this liveaboard safari around Belize’s incredible barrier reef, with up to 4 snorkel sessions offered per day and a variety of amazing snorkel sites to explore.

The reef, which starts just a few hundred yards off Belize’s coastline and runs for over five hundred miles along it plays host to an array or marine life large and small. We’ve selected Glovers Reef and Turneffe Atoll as the areas where we will concentrate our time. We think these are the best parts of the country to snorkel.

The reefs themselves are truly fantastic with a mixture of hard corals and layers of sea fans that actually break the surface at times. The visibility can be crystal clear allowing us to see all the way down to where the reef slopes into a vertical wall dropping into the blue abyss. Marine life is an abundance with everything from lobster colonies to groups of spotted eagle rays and nurse sharks cruising over the reef.

The tour starts in Belize City where we will meet the Belize Aggressor III, our private yacht for the entire week – chartered exclusively for snorkelers. The ship is has large indoor and outdoor dining areas, rooftop jacuzzi, self serve bar featuring local beer on tap, sodas and wines, and plenty of space for storing and maintaining underwater camera gear as well as private snorkel lockers. Oh, and no shortage of amazing food.

Also included is a half day land tour to the Altun Ha Mayan Ruins, an ancient town once a major trading center and home to impressive monuments.

Marine Life Guidemarine life guide Caribbean

Belize Snorkel Safari Map

Day 1 - Board the Aggressor Livaboard

Upon arrival in Belize City, transfer to the Radisson Fort George Hotel and wait until 3pm, when we can board the Aggressor- our home for the coming week. We will have a boat orientation and safety briefing before setting off from shore.


Day 2 - 6 - Snorkeling from The Aggressor

Each morning we start the day with a continental breakfast (for the early risers- available from 6am), and then a hot breakfast made to order from 7am.

We then have a snorkel site briefing followed by a snorkeling session. Each session will last 60 – 90 minutes and be accompanied by in-water local guides and your tour leader. The small tender boat will also be around. If you would like to exit the water sooner or just take a break, you can let your guide know and hop onto the small boat.

Upon exiting the water, you can use the on-deck hot shower, and your own designated towel, before enjoying a freshly baked treat and beverage.

After a short break we have another briefing and enter the water for the second snorkel session of the morning.

After this session, we dry off and go inside for lunch- which is usually a hot soup and main course- often buffet style.

Again we have a little relaxation time before being briefed for snorkel 3 of the day.

Upon exiting the water and drying off, hot snacks are served along with beverages.

Some days we will have a second afternoon snorkel, other days night snorkeling will be offered. Occasionally both!

Dinner is a three course affair, usually plated and served at the table. Sodas, beers and wines are included and served with the evening meal.

Each day may vary a little but this is what once can generally expect.


Day 7 - Snorkeling and Land Tour

The Friday schedule is a little different from the previous days onboard.

We wake up a little earlier than normal for a light breakfast followed by 1 or 2 snorkeling sessions (time and site dependent) before drying off for lunch onboard.

The boat starts moving back towards Belize City while we eat, usually arriving at the pier around 1pm.

Upon arrival, we will be met by our local guide who will take us to the largest Mayan Ruin site in Belize- Altun Ha. The site is an hour northward of Belize City, along quaint country roads, secondary rainforest, Creole villages and isolated farms.  The ruins are surrounded by lush greenery, an inspiring site. Royal priests ruled this site for many centuries and traded with other Mayan centers in Meso America. Some 50+ years ago, Dr. David Pendergast of the Royal Ontario Museum in Canada, along with his excavation team, discovered a tomb of a priest in the Temple of the Masonry Altars, and in it, a nine and three quarter pound jade carving of the Sun God, Kinich Ahau – a world famous event!

We will return to the boat by 5pm for a farewell cocktail party with the crew, before heading into town to a local restaurant for our final dinner together.

We return to the Aggressor to sleep.


Day 8 - Disembarkation, tour ends

After an early continental breakfast, we disembark and bid farewell to our new friends. We will arrange transfers to the airport or your hotel, if you are staying on in Belize.

The Belize Aggressor III is a 110ft world-class liveaboard yacht complete with 9 cabins which come equipped with private bathrooms, hot showers and air conditioning. The onboard menu features chef- prepared international and Creole inspired cuisine catering for all dietary requirements (vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free etc), as well as offering complimentary soft drinks, beer and wine. All guests are welcome to bring a bottle of their favorite liquor if they chose to.

As well as a spacious lounge, the ship has a large sun deck, bar, grill and hot tub with internet service available through the satellite system. At night presentations will be hosted in the lounge, as well as the opportunity for night snorkeling, movies and games. A small library of books for exchange is also maintained onboard.

Please note that the cabins are fairly small so please get in touch with us if you have claustrophobic tendencies, and we can discuss if this tour is appropriate for you and how guests with similar concerns have previously coped.

Deluxe Cabin

The ship comes complete with a crew of 6 on hand to ensure comfort and satisfaction for all guests. Most of our snorkel excursions are made from the deck at the rear of the yacht and equipped tender for easy pickups from snorkel sites when needed. The tour will also be fully escorted and hosted by a member of our team.

Mastercard and Visa are both accepted onboard.

Master Cabin

Vessel Guide

On this page you will find our tour dates, a contact form and details of payment schedule including deposit and final balance. If you have any further questions please complete the form and we will reply within 24hrs.

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Tour Dates

2021 US $3645.00 / £2915 per person (Twin/Double Share)

Master Cabin Upgrade: US $200 per person

Belize Safari | 20 – 27 February

Belize Safari | 01 – 08 May


How to book your place?

Initial deposit to secure your booking $400 per person

12 Months before departure interim payment of $600 per person

6 Months before departure interim payment of $1000 per person

Balance due 3 months before departure

Includes:

  • Return airport transfers
  • 7 nights’ accommodation and full board (all meals and snacks)
  • Complimentary beer, wine and soft drinks onboard the Belize Aggressor III
  • Services of snorkel guides and boat skiff for multiple snorkeling excursions each day
  • Accompanied by a member of the Snorkel Venture team

Excludes:

  • International/Domestic flights
  • Snorkel equipment
  • Tips
  • Travel insurance
  • Port and Park Fees (US$110 per person)
  • Optional Land Tours – Pricing on Request
Silhouette of snorkelers on the surface
Belize snorkeling liveaboard
Surgeon fish schooling over reef
Mayan Ruins in Belize
Yellow sea sponge un Caribbean
Red lipped bad fish on white sand bottom
Orange sea sponge in coral reef
Caribbean sea fans with schooling fish and snorkelers
Moon Jellyfish
Soft coral and sea fans in Caribbean
Two snorkelers float above sea fans in the Caribbean
Guests laughing in the sunset
Captain and guests looking through binoculars
Guests watching dolphins below the boat
Guests aboard the Belize Aggressor III enjoying the jacuzzi and sun loungers
Cow fish looking into the camera with snorkeler behind
Snorkelers photographing coral reef
Caribbean reefscape with snorkeler above
Guests walk through Mayan Ruins in Belize