Belize, Guatemala and Honduras Vacation
Belize, Guatemala and Honduras Vacation. Visit the second largest barrier reef in the world during this 17 day trip.
The biggest tourist attraction in Belize is the Barrier Reef Reserve System. This is the largest barrier reef in the northern hemisphere and the second largest in the world. It contains spectacular offshore atolls, hundreds sand cays, forests,and more. In Guatemala,you will visit two of the most desirable destinations of the Caribbean:Rio Dulce and Livingston. In Honduras, you will visit the Bay Islands, famous for their snorkeling and scuba diving. You will have the option to learn how to dive and obtain your PADI diving certification.
- Caye Caulker: discover one of the world’s most beautiful coral reefs and relax on the white sand beaches.
- South Water Caye: this island is part of the barrier reef in the Caribbean and is the largest reef in the northern hemisphere. About 350 fish species live at this reef, which make it a great location for snorkeling or diving.
- The Blue Hole: The Blue Hole is part of the World Heritage Site list of UNESCO. It is an impressive and perfectly circular hole over 300 meters in diameter and has a deep blue color.
- San Pedro Island: colorfully painted houses set beside the clear turquoise sea, coconut palms, and hotel s with bungalows give this island a postcard setting.
- Rio Dulce: take a boat trip on the river Rio Dulce and discover the impressive castle and flora with its waterfalls and hot springs.
- Utila: the beaches of Utila are some of the finest in Latin America and the Caribbean. On the coast, you can go scuba diving, snorkeling , kayaking, swimming, or enjoy the beauty of the beaches.
Belize, Guatemala and Honduras Vacation
Day 1: Arrival to Ambergris Caye
Upon your arrival at Belize City airport, you will start your holiday with a beautiful domestic flight to San Pedro Island. Once you have settled into your hotel, you will have the remainder of the day to relax and adjust to a slower, more relaxing pace of life.
Day 2: San Pedro Island, Ambergris Caye
Located in the Ambergris Caye in Belize, this island is located one mile from the Belize Barrier Reef. The longest barrier reef in the western hemisphere and the second longest in the world, the Belize Barrier Reef is a series of coral reefs that stretch along the coast for 300 kilometers.
To the east of the Barrier Reef there are three separate atoll reefs making the cays in Belize a stunning paradise for those who love diving.With the colorfully painted houses set beside the clear turquoise sea, coconut palms, and hotels with bungalows, this island is a postcard setting.
Day 3 - 4: The fascinating Blue Hole
The Blue Hole is one of the most astounding dive sites on earth. It is almost a perfectly circular hole over 300 meters in diameter, with a water depth of 124 meters, causing the deep blue color for which it is named. The Great Blue hole is part of the larger Belize Barrier Reef Reserve, which has been added to the World Heritage Site list of UNESCO. If you have a diving certification, you will be able to dive in The Blue Hole instead of snorkeling for an extra fee.
On day four, you will have the option to rest and relax. Additional, you can take any of the snorkeling or diving tours we organize in the island.
Day 5: Water taxi to Caye Caulker
Today you will go to Caye Caulker by boat where you can discover one of the world’s most beautiful coral reefs. When snorkeling, you will see waving corals, brightly colored tropical fish and aquatic plants. If you have a diving certification, you will be able to rent complete diving equipment and guidance togo deep-sea diving.
Day 6: Sailing and snorkeling tour
This 4 mile long island is located to the west of Belize Barrier reef. Friendly and easygoing, you will love the laid-back atmosphere of the white sand streets on this cay. Due to its proximity to the Barrier Reef, snorkeling and dive trips are two of the most popular activities that we can offer you, along sailing trips. Today you will have a full day sailing and snorkeling tour.
Day 7: Self-discovery
Today you will have a free day to rest and relax.
Day 8: Drive to Placencia beach
From Caye Caulker a boat will take you to Belize City. From there, a connecting bus will complete the remainder of your journey to the beautiful beaches of Placencia.
Day 9: Tours in Placencia
We offer you the following tours in Placencia:
-Visit the Cays by kayak,camping along the way on the unspoiled islands that dot the horizon from there to the Barrier Reef.
-Take a boat tour of Monkey River where you will see howler monkeys, iguanas and, if you are lucky, perhaps a couple of crocodiles along the river shore.
You will have the option to choose between any of these two tours.
Day 10: Enjoy the exquisite beach of Placencia
Placencia is a peninsula located on the Caribbean coast of the Creek District in Belize, and is well known for its fantastic beaches. It is a paradise for those who love nature. Placencia has a tranquil lagoon, where you will find an abundance of flowers, birds, plans, butterflies and many other species. Our advice is slip into a hammock, relax, and enjoy the view.
Day 11: Travel to Livingston, Guatemala by boat
Livingston is the only Caribbean settlement in Guatemala. The population is divided into Afro-Caribbean and indigenous. It is located right where the Rio Dulce emerges into the Caribbean Sea. Livingston has the best beaches of the entire country, so this is the perfect opportunity to enjoy the ocean and relax. You will also visit the Seven Altars, a natural park, which has various waterfalls in the middle of a rainforest.
Day 12: Boat tour of Rio Dulce
Rio Dulce is found alongside the largest lake in the country, Lake Izabal. Rio Dulce emerges into the Caribbean Sea, and you will be taken on a picturesque boat journey through Rio Dulce,where you can observe the flora and beautiful locations such as the Hidden River and the Dark Lagoon. The most impressive part of the river is at the end of this boat tour where the river gets narrower and the mountains taller, lending it its name, the Great Canyon.
Day 13: Travel to Utila, Island
We will departure by land to Honduras, then take a ferry to the beautiful island of Utila.
Day 14 - 16: Self-discovery of Utila Island
At the southern end of the Barrier Reef System, you can find the third largest of Honduras’ Bay Islands, Utila. Utila is just 11 kilometers long and 4 kilometers at its widest and is surrounded by vast coral reefs with prolific undersea life. There are approximately 60 scuba diving sites, including caves and numerous wrecks. Utila is also famous for diving with the Whale Shark, the world’s largest fish.
Utila is one of the best places to obtain your diving certification. We will give you the option to learn how to dive with PADI certificated instructors, or if you are already certified you will be able to join one of our diving tours. It is always possible to join snorkeling tours if you prefer.
Day 17: Departure
Today brings an end to this stunning journey through three different countries. You can also choose to extend your stay by combining this with one of our other trips. Contact us for more information. You will take a domestic flight to the International airport of San Pedro Sula for your flight back home.
Island hopping adventure
This is an unexampled adventure to explore the most isolated parts of the Belize barrier reef to experiment some of her best snorkeling areas! This amazing holiday is created as an island hopping adventure for all those who want to experience this unoccupied Caribbean heaven.
Duration: 3 days & 2 nights. Price per guest from: $450
Paradise farm, Guatemala’s hidden waterfall and hot springs
Paradise farm waterfall is located in Lake Izabal. It is one of the most unique waterfalls in Guatemala. The current is deep, cold, and perfect for swimming on a hot day. Not only is the waterfall fascinating, but it is fed by hot springs. This fall cascades into a cool pool, making the whole scenery both amusing and inviting.
Duration: half day. Price per guest from: $60
Snorkeling at Laughing Bird Caye, Placencia
It is the most beloved Inner Reef dive stop. The small island is studded with delightful palm trees, a powdery white beach and invincible snorkeling destination. As it is conserved it is teaming with underwater life and exceptionally robust coral. You will be able to spot creatures such as drum, huge lobsters, cleaner shrimp, arrow crabs, snapper, barracuda and more assortments of reef fish than you can calculate. There are lots of areas with healthy corals and ample marine life to check out.
Duration: 1 day. Price per guest from: $115
Sailing and snorkeling excursion, San Pedro Belize
Discover the focal points of the coral barrier reef on a catamaran excursion. Snorkel at Shark Ray Alley and Hol Chan. Hol Chan has the biggest assortment of species to be seen in the area and is often set side by side to an aquarium, while at Shark Ray Alley you get to participate in a close appointment with nurse-sharks and stingrays. Watch from the boat or go swimming with them!
Duration: 1 day. Tailor-made private Catamaran.