Bandeau Amerique-centrale-En

Belize - Honduras - Costa Rica

 

AN ADVENTURE WITH THOUSAND FACES...

A set of destinations offering a bio diversity without equal. The second largest barrier reef, vestiges of the Maya world, living marine beyond imagination!

Belize :

Belize is a wall diver's paradise. Sheer walls like Painted Wall, Half Moon Caye Wall and Quebrada are adorned with huge crimson gorgonian and giant orange elephant ear sponges. Moray eels, spiny lobsters and tiny arrow crabs hide in every crack, crevice, cave and tunnels of these beautiful coral formations. These are just a few things you will see at Lighthouse Reef, Half Moon Cay and Turneffe Reef.

Diving begins Sunday morning and ends Friday before lunch when the Belize Aggressor IV returns to port. Sunday through Thursday there is unlimited diving throughout the day and a night dive each evening.  Friday a half day of diving is offered. A trip to this Central American paradise isn’t complete without a visit to Belize’s Mayan ruins, a cave tubing ride through the jungle, or a canopy tour through the tree tops.

Tours are offered on Friday afternoon, but an extended stay is recommended to fully enjoy the wonders of Belize. Enjoy the ease of Radisson ft. George Hotel pool and bar on Saturday without charge.

Discover the reefs of the second world's largest reef aboard the Belize Aggressor I and Belize Aggressor IV

 

Honduras :

Home to the second largest barrier reef in the world, the Western Caribbean shelters over 500 species of fish. The Mesoamerican Reef System extends from the northern tip of the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico south to the Bay Islands of Honduras encompassing over 600 nautical miles of ocean and coral reef. Divers travel from all over the world to our warm, turquoise waters to experience some of the best diving in the world. From spellbinding and mystical caverns, intriguing wrecks, majestic walls, atolls, and white sandy bottoms, to swimming with Whale Shark and Caribbean Reef Sharks, diving in the Bay Islands is unsurpassed in the Caribbean.

Balmy waters and excellent visibility keep diving conditions ideal throughout the year. Water temperature ranges from 86 F/30 in September to 78 F/25C in January. One can frequently view pelagics from over 100ft/30m away. Currents tend to be mild and relaxing. Utila is one of the very few places worldwide where whale sharks can be reliably found year round. Sighting reports from many years include at least one from every month of the year. Conditions in which these gentle giants are seen tend to be hot, still days with plenty of nutrients in the water. However, there are days that are choppy, windy, cool, rainy, etc, when whale sharks have been spotted as well.

Discover the reefs of the second largest barrier reef in the world, aboard the Caribbean Pearl II

 

Costa Rica :

Costa Rica is one of the most diverse destinations of Central America, bordered by Nicaragua to the north and south by Panama, the Pacific to the east and the Caribbean to the West. This is somehow a natural land bridge connecting North America to South America.
Costa Rica offers 3 distinct diving areas of the Pacific coast, including Guanacaste & Bat Islands in the north, Cocos Island off the country, near the Costa Rica Center, and Cano Island to the south.

All its areas dive aboard the Okeanos Aggressor I

 

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