Sail aboard one of the boats selected by Beblue to explore Belize and its unspoiled reef about 300 km long. An unforgettable holiday of relaxation, exploration but above all snorkeling. Swim with more than 500 species of fish, 100 types of corals, sharks, manta rays and dolphins and relax on deserted and unspoiled beaches overlooking transparent waters where to dive carelessly. The elements that will accompany you throughout your cruise through Belize will surely be the thousand shades of blue that contrast with the bright white of the sand and the green of the wild vegetation. Selected catamarans and sailing boats are waiting for you to set sail through the Belize. Contact us for a personalised estimate.
|TIME OF DEPARTURE||Check-in at 5:00 pm on Saturday - Check-out at 9:00 pm on the following Saturday|
|NOT INCLUDED SERVICES||
Skipper (from 1.050€)
From 2.395€ per week per boat with 4 cabins and 4 bathrooms.
All prices are per week.
|HOW TO ARRIVE||
The boarding marina can be reached from the International Airport of Philip S. W. Goldson (BZE) and then, with a second flight of about 45 minutes, you arrive at the airport of Placencia (PLJ). From here the Marina is easily reachable in 5 minutes by taxi.
|Language||Italian and english.|
|How to come||AIRPLANE: Philip S.W. Goldson International Airport (BLZ)|
This is an example itinerary suggested by the BeBlue skippers who are experts in the navigation area. The route can be planned on the needs of the group before departure or during navigation.
Day 1: Check-In
Check-in is available from 17:00 at Robert’s Grove Marina. After the technical check-in and a short presentation of the boat you can take place in the cabins and embark the galley. Plancecia is a famous peninsula with characterized by nearby mountains, ancient Mayan ruins, Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary the "sanctuary" of jaguars and lush rainforests. After check-in, take a walk in Placencia to learn more about the culture and natural wonders that Belize offers.
After a good breakfast, we will sail towards Wippari Cay (or Whipray), known as "the paradise surrounded by fish". You can visit the Whipray Caye Fishing Lodge, a place run by Julian Cabra, known for fly fishing at sea, for its crystal clear waters and for snorkelling among the wonderful corals. A real quiet oasis where you can forget every negative thought dedicated exclusively to relaxation, the sea and sailing.
After breakfast we will sail not far, towards South Water Cay for a day of relaxation between its palm-fringed beaches and its turquoise sea. Here you can also enjoy snorkeling among thousands of marine species. The most recommended point for diving is the north tip because it is very close to the coral reef, where you can swim in close contact with colorful fish, groupers, rays and dolphins. Booking in advance you can enjoy a delicious cocktail or dine in front of a spectacular view of the sunset in an incredible place like Pelican Beach or Blue Marlin.
In the morning, after breakfast, you sail to Coco Plum Cay, where you can venture into the world of barracudas, sea eagles and starfish and swim with them. After an unforgettable relaxing snorkeling on the white sandy beaches that contrasts with the thousand shades of blue sea. If instead you want to continue exploring and have fun, at the Coco Plum Island Resort, you can do more snorkeling among the most beautiful coral reefs, take a kayak and navigate through the mangroves or explore the underwater caves that will leave you breathless. Here you can also go scuba diving to the atolls or sinkholes or perform Beard watching activities near the Man-O-War Cay.
After a rich breakfast, we will sail to Lagoon Cay, a pristine island with lush vegetation. An enchanting stop for lovers of sport and especially of kayaking, a means by which you can explore its fascinating lagoon. In the afternoon between the nearby cays we will stop in Tarpon Cay, excellent stop for fishing lovers.
Dedicate this day to relaxing between sun and sea before setting sail to Hatchet Cay where you can try snorkeling at night under the lights of the pier, gently accompanied by moonlight and bright stars. Moored the boat you can then dine at the Lionfish Grill.
In the morning we will sail and sail to Ranguana Cay, where with a fee of $10 per person, you can have lunch, drink cocktails at the bar or beach, rent kayaks, swim in its crystal clear sea. This low island gives a feeling of desert place, unspoiled and quiet, perfect place for those who want to relax. In the early afternoon, it heads towards Lark Cay, where you can swim in a natural pool of extreme beauty and stroll through one of its private sandy beaches. Return to the Marina at 6 p.m with overnight in port included.
Day 8: Check-out
Disembarkation is scheduled at 9 a.m. on Saturday.
The itinerary may be subject to variations based on weather conditions, safety conditions and the technical assessments of the captain of the boat. This program is intended as indicative and not binding.
Great Blue Hole, a large underwater cave about 300 meters wide and 124 meters deep, located east of the coast of Belize and recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. It formed as a limestone cave during the last Ice Age when the sea level was still extremely low, once the latter began to rise, the cave submerged until it caused the collapse of its roof, thus creating a real well in the middle of the sea. Immerse yourself in this great blue chasm, admiring its fascinating vertical walls and swimming among the stables up to 12 meters long. Do not miss the opportunity to visit this nature reserve of extreme beauty that will simply leave you breathless.