Join Kim Murray & East Coast Divers for a family friendly end of summer adventure in Ambergris Caye Belize!

August 17th-24th 2019

Come join us for a week of scuba and family fun to wrap up your summer! Ambergris Caye, Belize's largest island, is known for its' amazing beaches, proximity to beautiful reefs, and laid back style. Ramon's Village, our home for the week, is styled after Tahitian cottages in Bora Bora, surrounded by local jungle flora. The world's second longest barrier reef is only a few minutes away by boat providing world class diving without the hassle of long boat rides.  With trip leaders experienced in working with families, amazing diving, plenty of land based activities and a spectacular resort, this trip is sure to be a hit for any family!

About The Diving:

Blessed with both the World’s Second Largest Barrier Reef, at 186 miles, and three of the four living atolls in the Western Hemisphere, Belize is a scuba diver’s paradise. Because of its spectacular dive sites, Belize attracts divers from around the world and the Ramon’s Village Divers’ dock is the perfect launching point for any underwater excursion. From exploring Jacques Cousteau’s world-famous Blue Hole to the enjoyment of the undersea wonders of Lighthouse Reef Atoll and the Turneffe Atoll, to the incredible beauty of Hol Chan Marine Reserve and the unforgettable heart-pounding adventure of “swimming with the sharks” at Shark Ray Alley, you’ll never see anything like this again.

The calm waters are dense with coral gardens, colorful sponges, a multitude of tropical Caribbean reef fish, and water visibility that exceeds 150ft (46m). Diving the barrier reef off Ambergris Caye is full of variety with classic spur-and-groove reefs with deep canyons, swim-throughs, undercuts, coral gardens and sand flats.  Many diving spots are shallow and excellent for snorkelers as well.

The many marine parks here mean that fishing restrictions are in place in several areas. Hol Chan Marine Reserve is one such small marine reserve popular among divers from Ambergris Caye. It promises an easy dive with pelagics such as barracuda in the depths and often large animals in the shallow seagrass beds like sharks and rays.There are a number of different ecosytems to be found here so the species variety is wider than may be found elsewhere. You can expect mangrove cayes, coral reefs, seagrass beds and lagoons, all offering something different.

About Belize and Ramon's Village

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