Sailing in Belize

Belize, a beautiful Central American country on the Caribbean Sea, offers a wealth of adventures from snorkeling in the warm, turquoise waters of the Caribbean to discovering ancient Maya ruins and tropical jungles.

Experience sailing along the world’s second largest barrier reef and discovering the amazing under-water world. Your private charter will take you to explore some of the top sites for snorkeling, scuba diving and kayaking, while enhancing your experience with top tier private dining and services from the comfort of your private floating hotel.

Explore Tropical Island Cayes

Belize is home to more than 400 Cayes, which range from tiny islets to larger white-sand destinations that offer secluded cabanas and endless relaxation.

Belize's islands are known as cayes, pronounced "keys".Tranquil and beautiful with a laid-back Caribbean feel, this is the place to come to enjoy fishing, snorkeling, diving or simply relaxing.

UNBELIEVABLE Snorkeling and Diving

Belize’s coastline offers an abundance of world-class snorkeling and diving opportunities in the warm waters surrounding the stunning coral formations of the Belize Barrier Reef with a wide variety of amazing marine life, including multiple varieties of sharks, rays, sea turtles and whales. 

Discover Ancient Mayan Sites

Belize is also home to more than 900 Mayan sites and ruins.  The country’s most popular and significant Mayan sites include Altun Ha, which can be seen on the label of Belize’s national beer, Belikin, Cahal Pech near San Ignacio, and Lamanai. 

Altun Ha, Caracol, Cerros, Cuello and Lamanai are all among the earliest known Mayan cities. 

Unique Rainforest and Jungle

More than half of Belize consists of subtropical jungle or rainforest. The rainforests of Belize are home to numerous exotic birds, incredible wildlife and ample opportunities for adventure from hiking to ziplining.

One of the highlights of is the Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary in the Stann Creek District.  Also commonly known as the Jaguar Preserve, Cockscomb became the world’s first jaguar sanctuary in 1984. Ringed on three sides by the Maya Mountains and towering Victoria's Peak, the Basin's 128,000 acres is also home to jaguarundi, margays, ocelots, pumas, deer, howler monkeys and tapirs.