Travelers can arrange dive and snorkel trips when booking a visit to Ambergris. Plans can be made for multiple excursions or you can sign up for a diving or snorkeling day trip. Dive trips visit numerous sites outside the reef to view canyons, caverns, wrecks and a variety of marine life. Snorkeling can be done at Hol Chan, Shark/Ray Alley, Mexico Rocks and Coral Gardens. PADI Certification courses are also available.
Equipment that can be rented directly at the dive shop includes BCDs, regulators, wetsuits, snorkels, masks, fins, and underwater flashlights.
PADI Dive Certification
Choose from the complete Open Water Course, a Referral Course, Advanced Water Course, and a dozen specialty courses.
Open Water Course (3-4 days)Includes: Academic session, 5 confined water sessions, 4 open water dives, equipment, tanks, weights, PIC Envelope (application to process your Open Water Certificate). The PADI Open Diver Manual is not included. We highly recommend that you obtain this book and read the first 3 chapters before arriving in Belize.
Referral Course (2 Days)Includes: 4 open water dives to complete the Open Water Certificate, equipment, tanks, and weights. Does not include the PIC Envelope (can purchase this from the dive shop)
Advanced Water Course (2 Days)Includes: 5 dives (2 core dives, 2 elective dives and 1 night dive - optional). Core dives include Deep dives and Navigational dives. Elective Dives include Multilevel dives, Wreck dives, and Drift Dives
Specialty Dives (1 day)Learn to Scuba dive at Belize's Ambergris Caye
* Aware Fish Identification Diver
* Boat Diver
* Drift Diver
* Multilevel Diver
* Night Diver
* Peak Performance Diver
* Research Diver
* Underwater naturalist
* Underwater Navigator (requires a compass)
* Underwater Photographer (requires underwater camera which you can rent)
* Underwater Videographer (requires underwater video camera - not available for rent on the island)