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Duration: 6, 8 days
Location: Coral Islands of Belize

2017-18 

Epic Belize Adventure

8 Days / 8 Nights

Best of Belize: Glover’s Reef, Jungle Rainforests & Remote Mayan Villages

The Epic Belize is a multisport journey taking you off-the-beaten path to rich coral reefs, jungle rainforests and remote Mayan villages – ideal for those looking for an active, adventurous vacation that encompasses the best of Belize.

This is an extraordinary journey through Belize packed with adventure and excitement; you’ll sea kayak, snorkel, dive, windsurf, hike through the rainforest, explore Mayan ruins and ceremonial caves and descend an incomparable tropical river through canyons and lush rainforest. On each stage of the trip, you’re teamed with the best guides in Belize – individuals whose knowledge and experience enable you to see and do what you never thought possible.

Activities Accommodations
Sea Kayaking (paddling & sailing) Bonefish Hotel
Snorkeling Glover’s Reef Basecamp at Southwest Caye
Jungle Canopy Zipline Bocawina Rainforest Resort
Stand Up Paddleboarding (SUP) Expedition River / Jungle Camping
Scuba Diving (optional, not included in trip fee) Biltmore Plaza Hotel (last night)
Whitewater Paddling and Waterfall Repelling
Mayan Ruins  Trip Fee: $2188.00 US pp (plus $209 Gov fees and taxes) Based on 2 per room
Hiking, Birding, Fishing
Photography, Natural History and Interpretation Trip Fee: $2511.00 CAD pp (plus $350 Gov fees and taxes) Based on 2 per room

Epic Belize Dates 2018

Day 0: Arrival Date
 Start Date
 End Date
Departure Date
Jan 27 / 18
Jan 28 / 18
Feb 03 / 18
Feb 04 / 18
 Feb 10 / 18
Feb 11 / 18
Feb 17 / 18
Feb 18 / 18
Feb 24 / 18
Feb 25 / 18
Mar 03 / 18
 Mar 04 / 18
Mar 10 / 18
Mar 11 / 18
Mar 17 / 18
Mar 18 / 18
Mar 24 / 18
Mar 25 / 18
 Mar 31 / 18
 Apr 01 / 18
Apr 14 / 18
Apr 15 / 18
Apr 21 / 18
Apr 22 / 18

* These dates tend to book up very early. If interested in any of the dates in red please contact us as early as possible.

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 Belize Double Atoll Kayak Adventure

9 Days / 9 Nights

Experience the remote Reefs of Lighthouse and Glover’s Atolls plus the Rainforests of Southern Belize

This Kayak Adventure combines Lighthouse and Glover’s Reef, two remote atolls offering some of the best snorkeling, paddling and marine exploration in the Caribbean Sea. These Basecamp trips are well suited for families and couples of mixed abilities, offering a choice of guided activities on the reef and the flexibility for traveling companions to do things together or separately. You’ll also travel off the grid for an overnight jungle stay at an eco-lodge in Bocawina National Park. Ideal for those wanting to see two of Belize’s most spectacular coral atolls in one trip.

“I have traveled a lot and this was one of the best trips ever taken. The guides were enthusiastic, energetic and knowledgeable. The locals made us feel comfortable and appreciated us for choosing Belize as a destination. Our guide was an abundance of knowledge and I will never look at the ocean the same way after his explanations of the fish, coral and what goes on under water. Belize was great as it is English speaking, friendly and safe.”

Karen DiFant

“This is your old friend Ramnik calling in. First, I’ve been meaning to write to you let you know that Lyne and I had a great time on our Belize Kayak adventure. The guides were great, the food was excellent and the snorkeling was fantastic. Now, we’re interested in doing another canoe trip (Algonquin Park) with you.”

Ramnik B. Canada

“A quick note to express how enjoyable our trip was (Belize Coral Islands Kayak). From start to finish it was fantastic. The caving experience was unbelievable; it was something out of an Indiana Jones movie. The kayaking and camping was all I hoped it would be. The camp sites were great, the guides (Andrew & Omar) were top flight, the food was fantastic & will attribute the excellent weather to you and yours as well. It was the right blend of activity & relaxation.”

Jeff J. Louisiana, USA

Activities Accommodations
Sea Kayaking (paddling & sailing) Glovers Reef Basecamp Lighthouse Reef Basecamp
Snorkeling Mamas Noots Eco Lodge
Stand Up Paddleboarding (SUP) Biltmore Plaza Hotel (last night)
Scuba Diving (optional, not included in trip fee)
Hiking, Birding, Fishing Trip Fee: $1873.00 US pp (plus $365 Gov fees and taxes) Based on 2 per room
Photography
Natural History and Interpretation Trip Fee: $2149.00 CAD pp (plus $440 Gov fees and taxes) Based on 2 per room

Belize Double Atoll Kayak Adventure 2017-18

Day 0: Arrival Date  Day 1: Start Date  Day 9: End Date  Day 10: Departure 
Dec 23 / 17 Dec 24 / 17 Dec 31  / 17 Jan 01 / 18
 Jan 13 / 18 Jan 14 / 18 Jan 21 / 18 Jan 22 / 18
 Jan 27 / 18  Jan 28 / 18  Feb 04 / 18  Feb 05 / 18
 Feb 10 / 18 Feb 11 / 18 Feb 18 / 18 Feb 19 / 18
 Feb 24 / 18  Feb 25 / 18  Mar 04 / 18  Mar 05 / 18
 Mar 10 / 18  Mar 11 / 18  Mar 18 / 18  Mar 19 / 18
 Mar 24 / 18
Mar 25 / 18  Apr 01 / 18
 Apr 02 / 18
 Apr 07 / 18 Apr 08 / 18 Apr 15 / 18 Apr 16 / 18
 Apr 21 / 18 Apr 22 / 18 Apr 29 / 18 Apr 30/ 18

* These dates tend to book up very early. If interested in any of the dates in red please contact us as early as possible.

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 Belize Coral Islands Stand Up Paddle Boarding Adventure (SUP) 

7 Days / 6 Nights

Lodge-to-Lodge Stand Up Paddleboard Journey In The Southwater Caye Marine Reserve

This Coral Islands SUP journeys by Stand Up Paddleboard between local island lodges in the Southern Barrier Reef …it is the only lodge to lodge SUP and snorkel trip in Belize! Stand Up Paddleboarding is one of North America’s hottest new sports, and the sheltered lagoons and turquoise waters of the Southern Barrier Reef are ideal for both novice and experienced paddlers. SUP expert and enthusiast Norm Hann will be Guest Instructor and Trip Coordinator, working with our licensed Belizean guides. You will discover uninhabited islands, coral reefs, mangroves and abundant marine life by day. Nights will be spent in small, family run island lodges, dining on fresh Belizean fare and enjoying breathtaking sunsets from the hammock on your deck. This trip also includes an inland overnight adventure to the Tropical Education Center, with a specially-arranged (optional by donation) night tour of the Belize Zoo – a great introduction to native wildlife and Belizean ecology. Explore Southwater Caye Marine Reserve on Belize’s Southern Barrier Reef, a United Nations’ designated world heritage site. Days will be spent exploring lesser traveled areas of the reef by Stand Up Paddleboard and snorkel, with nights at family-run island cabanas enjoying fresh seafood and local cuisine and a comfortable bed and shower. This trip is Ideal for those seeking the adventure of a guided SUP journey combined with the comforts of family-run island lodges. No previous paddling experience required. Motor boast supported.

Activities Accommodations
SUP, Paddleboard Sailing 1 Night Forest Bungalow
Snorkeling, Fishing 5 Nights Glovers Base Camp
Optional Scuba Diving (at extra cost)
Photography
Trip Fee: $1708.00 US pp (plus $275.00 Gov’t Fees and Taxes) Based on 2 per room
Birding
Natural History Interpretation
 Trip Fee:$1960.00 CAD pp (plus $330.00 Gov’t Fees and Taxes) Based on 2 per room

Belize SUP Trip Dates: 2016-17

Day 0: Trip Start Date
Day 5: Trip Start Date
Day 6: Trip End / Fly Home Date   
Dec 30 / 17
Dec 31 / 17
Jan 05 / 18
Jan 27 / 18*
Jan 28 / 18*
Feb 02 / 18*
Feb 03 / 18*
Feb 04 / 18*
Feb 09 / 18*
Mar 03 / 18
Mar 04 / 18
Mar 09 / 18
Apr 07 / 18
 Apr 08 / 18
 Apr 13 / 18

*denotes departure with SUP Guest Instructor/Trip Coordinator Norm Hann on staff  Trip Fee with Instructor is $2399 CAD or $2154 USD (taxes and Gov. fee included)

* These dates tend to book up very early. If interested in any of the dates in red please contact us as early as possible.

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Kayaking the Paradise Islands of Belize

5 Days / 6 Nights

This Belize kayak adventure trip gives you the comfort of rustic Bedizen lodges along the barrier reef with hot and cold running water and fully serviced bathrooms

. Join us for a 5 day, 6 night Bedizen, Caribbean adventure, kayaking from remote island lodge to lodge along the barrier reef. We’ll paddle and sail our kayaks along the barrier reef for about 5 to 11 miles a day, leaving us plenty of time to snorkel, fish and enjoy the beautiful warm, crystal waters of these tropical Bedizen out islands. We’ll explore many different regions of the reef by kayak including the inner and outer walls, patch and fringing reefs, mangrove ranges and protected lagoons. The five day Paradise Islands multi-sport trip is the perfect combination of vacation and adventure in the tropics. As we paddle and sail from Caye to Caye and lodge to lodge, traveling over 20 miles along the southern Barrier Reef of Belize, the itinerary will stimulate the active person yet still leave us ample time to relax and enjoy island life. Try world class snorkeling, stay in rustic Bedizen lodges on postcard-perfect tropical cayes and explore secluded mangrove islands, or kick back in a hammock while guides prepare delicious meals of seafood, Caribbean vegetables, tropical fruits and fresh baked bread. After five glorious days on the water, we cross back to the mainland returning to the village of Dangriga for an evening of camaraderie and fun, where the beat of skin drums, along with traditional dances and songs bring to life the history of the Garifuna people of Belize. While your guides and our Bedizen hosts are preparing a delicious dinner, you can check into your comfortable seaside room and with a cold drink in hand enjoy the friendliness and warmth that are the hallmark of these small, yet-to-be-discovered lodges. Each trip begins with a thorough introduction to sea kayaking and snorkeling, so no previous kayak experience is required.

“It is quite difficult to put into words the amazing experience we had in Belize. We always have high expectations for our trips, but never before have I been so overwhelmed with how many times, this adventure had exceeded those. Thank you for your attention to detail the incredible guides and thank you! Belize, it is an amazing country!”

Cathy Spicer Paradise Islands

Activities Accommodations
Sea Kayaking (paddling & sailing) 1 night forest bungalow
Snorkeling and Fishing 5 nights rustic island lodges
Stand Up Paddle Boarding (on specific trip dates**)
Optional Scuba Diving (at extra cost)
Photography & Birding  Trip Fee: $1529.00 US pp (plus $260 Gov fees and taxes) Based on 2 per room
Natural History Interpretation
Trip Fee: $1754.00 CAD pp (plus $320 Gov fees and taxes) Based on 2 per room

Belize Paradise Islands Kayak Adventure Trip Dates 2016-17

Day 0: Arrival Date
Day 1: Trip Start Date
Day 6: Earliest Fly Home Date
Nov 18 / 17
Nov 19 / 17
Nov 24 / 17
Nov 25 / 17
Nov 26 / 17
Dec 01 / 17
Dec 02 / 17
Dec 03 / 17
Dec 08 / 17
Dec 09 / 17
Dec 10 / 17
Dec 15 / 17
Dec 16 / 17
Dec 17 / 17
Dec 22 / 17
Dec 23 / 17
Dec 24 / 17
Dec 29 / 17
Jan 06 / 18
Jan 07 / 18
Jan 12 / 18
Jan 13 / 18
Jan 14 / 18
Jan 19 / 18
Jan 20 / 18
Jan 21 / 18
Jan 26 / 18
Feb 10 / 18
Feb 11 / 18
Feb 16 / 18
Feb 17 / 18
Feb 18 / 18
Feb 23 / 18
Feb 24 / 18
Feb 25 / 18
Mar 02 / 18
Mar 10 / 18
Mar 11 / 18
Mar 16 / 18
Mar 17 / 18
Mar 18 / 18
Mar 23 / 18
Mar 24 / 18
Mar 25 / 18
Mar 30 / 18
Mar 31 / 18
Apr 01 / 18
Apr 06 / 18
Apr 14 / 18
Apr 15 / 18
Apr 20 / 18
Apr 21 / 18
Apr 22 / 18
Apr 27 / 18

* These dates tend to book up very early. If interested in any of the dates in red please contact us as early as possible.

Departing International flight reservations should be made for after 11:30 am on Day 6 (Departure Date)

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Glover’s Reef & River of Caves

7 Days / 7 Nights

“Selected as one of the top adventure trips by Outside Magazine in 2000”

Thirty six miles offshore of the Belize mainland lie a group of tropical islands cradled within a turquoise lagoon and surrounded by a living coral reef. Glover’s Reef Atoll is considered to be one of the richest tropical marine environments in the entire Caribbean. Our private island base of over 13 acres is perched on the southern edge of the atoll with a dramatic view facing east over the main reef crest and the open Caribbean. Based from our comfortable field camp we are fully equipped to spend six and a half days sea kayaking and kayak sailing, snorkeling, diving, and fishing. After our adventures each day we like to reward ourselves with a bounty of fresh seafood, island baking, tropical fruits and yes, even rich, decadent deserts! Glovers is ideal for those who wish to enjoy the comforts of a well-appointed field camp yet want an active and flexible day-to-day schedule. Exclusive to Glovers, is our underwater Sea-Breathe System (TM) which provides air for divers and non-divers to depths of 25 ft. Also available are optional Scuba certification courses, resort courses and equipment rentals. On arrival in Belize, before heading out to Glovers, we have an opportunity to experience the diversity of the rainforest and the rich Mayan culture of the interior. Working with guides from the Belize Tropical Education Center, our itinerary includes a rare chance to view the nocturnal wildlife of Belize, and then, in the jungle, we enjoy a leisurely float down a rainforest river with inner large tubes, exploring a fantastic limestone cave.

“It is a beautiful and still unspoiled country with beautiful unspoiled people. We greatly enjoyed very good food, wonderful Bedizen tour guide stories, the kayaking, and snorkeling, idyllic sailing, deep sea fishing with huge results we will all swear to and subsequently ate, Hammocks, floating in inner tubes in a cave with headlights on, zoos, horseback riding, Mayan ruins, exquisite tours of wild flora, and fauna. (we were especially fond of the howler monkeys!) A great group of people we felt we had known forever but some of whose last names we still do not know, the secret life of coconuts, having perpetually salty sandy feet, cashew wine, fried jacks, rice and beans, wild drums and dancing. All in all, a true adventure to be reviewed, relived, relieved, rejoiced, and remembered.”

Hilary Clark Cole & Alex Tilley (Of Tilley Endurables) www.tilley.com Glovers Reef & Mayan Caves

Activities Accommodations
Sea Kayaking (paddling & sailing) Forest Bungalow
Snorkeling (conventional & with Sea-Breath System) Southwest Caye Glovers Base Camp
Yoga (on specified dates marked **)
Standup Paddleboarding (SUP)
Birding, Cave Tubing
Jaguar Encounter
Fishing, Photography  Trip Fee: $1829.00 US pp (plus $240 Gov fees and taxes) Based on 2 per room
Natural & Cultural History Interpretation
Scuba Diving (optional, cost not included) Trip Fee: $2099.00 CAD pp (plus $290 Gov fees and taxes) Based on 2 per room

Belize Glover’s Reef and River of Caves Adventure Trip Dates 2016-17

Day 0: Arrival Date
Day 1: Trip Start Date
Day 7: Earliest Fly Home Date
Optional Fly Home Date
Dec 03 / 17
Dec 04 / 17
Dec 10 / 17
Dec 11 / 17
Dec 10 / 17
Dec 11 / 17
Dec 17 / 17
Dec 18 / 17
Dec 17 / 17
Dec 18 / 17
Dec 24 / 17
Dec 25 / 17
Dec 24 / 17
Dec 25 / 17
Dec 31 / 17
Jan 01 / 18
Jan 07 / 18
Jan 08 / 18
Jan 14 / 18
Jan 15  / 18
Jan 14  / 18
Jan 15  / 18
Jan 21  / 18
Jan 22  / 18
Jan 21 / 18
Jan 22 / 18
Jan 28 / 18
Jan 29 / 18
 Jan 28 / 18
Jan 29 / 18
Feb 04 / 18
Feb 05 / 18
Feb 04 / 18
Feb 05 / 18
Feb 11 / 18
Feb 12 / 18
Feb 11 / 18
Feb 12 / 18
Feb 18 / 18
Feb 19 / 18
Feb 18 / 18
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Feb 25 / 18
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Feb 25 / 18
Feb 26 / 18
Mar 04 / 18
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Mar 11 / 18
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Apr 09 / 18
Apr 15 / 18
Apr 16 / 18
Apr 15 / 18
Apr 16 / 18
Apr 22 / 18
Apr 23 / 18
Apr 23 / 18
Apr 22 / 18
Apr 29 / 18
Apr 30 / 18

* These dates in red tend to book up very early. If interested in any of the dates in yellow please contact us as early as possible.

 Must book Belize departure flight no earlier than 3:00 pm for Day 7: (Earliest Fly Home Date)

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 Belize Lighthouse Reef Kayak

  7 Day / 6 Night Kayak Adventure

Lighthouse Reef, made famous by legendary underwater explorer Jacques Cousteau, has become known amongst divers as the ‘Aquarium’, renowned for its sheer abundance of marine life, crystal clear waters and thriving coral reefs.

From the Air, Lighthouse Reef Atoll is a Dazzling island necklace of white sand cayes encircling a sapphire blue lagoon. On the extreme edge of the Belize reef system, miles beyond the main barrier reef, these isolated atolls support the greatest diversity of reef types and marine life. Formed over millennia, the coral reefs grew on top of the inundated Maya Mountains as sea levels rose (some 10,000 years ago as the last ice age retreated) and eventually formed an oval shaped wall of corals around a shallow sand and coral lagoon. Stunningly beautiful islands, a sheltered lagoon brimming with life and the dynamic interaction between the outer reef, open seas and inner lagoons are the prime attractions of our atoll basecamp on Half Moon Caye. To get to Lighthouse, we travel by boat beyond the main barrier reef, past Turneffe Atoll – some fifty-five miles east of the mainland where the underwater walls of Lighthouse atoll rise 3000 feet from the surrounding depths of the sea. The inner protected lagoon provides a rare underwater habitat for snorkelers with miles upon miles of shallow, warm waters studded with corals and where the lagoon drops off to the open sea, precipitous walls, undersea ridges, canyons, tunnels and valleys brimming with life are the deeper realm of scuba divers. Long difficult to access and out of reach for kayakers and snorkellers, Island Expeditions has pioneered the first-ever basecamp at Lighthouse Reef where we sleep in spacious walk-in tents, each with an ocean view. You may begin your day with a morning yoga class, and after each day’s activities our open-air dining pavilion and lounge is the perfect place to relax in comfort with fine meals, splendid company and conversation charged with the excitement of the day’s adventures.

“The trip looked a perfect fit for us and all the information was well presented and well detailed. Seeing a daily itinerary with pictures let us see what we were going to experience. I had high expectations for a classy, well planned expedition and I was not disappointed! Awesome Thank you.”

Suzanne Adams Lighthouse Reef

 

Activities
Accommodations
Sea Kayaking (paddling & sailing)
Halfmoon Bay Basecamp (Safari-style tent)
Paddleboarding (SUP)
Birds Eye View Lodge
Scuba Diving (optional, cost not included in trip price),
Belize Biltmore Plaza
The Blue Hole Snorkeling
Snorkeling, beaches and swimming
Photography
Birding
Trip Fee: $1228.00 US pp (plus $290 Gov taxes and Fees)  Based on 2 per room
Intertidal exploration, reef and mangrove ecology
Natural & Cultural History
Trip Fee: $1409.00 CAD pp (plus $350 Gov taxes and Fees) Based on 2 per room

Belize Lighthouse Reef 7 Day / 6 Night Kayak Adventure Trip Dates 2017-18

Day 0: Arrival Date
Day 1: Trip Start Date
Day 7: Trip End Date
Day 8: Fly Home Date
Dec 18 / 17
Dec 19 / 17
Dec 24 / 17
Dec 25 / 17
Dec 22 / 17
Dec 23 / 17
Dec 28 / 17
Dec 29 / 17
Dec 26 / 17
Dec 27 / 17
Jan 01 / 18
Jan 02 / 18
Dec 30 / 17
Dec 31  /17
Jan 05 / 18
Jan 06 / 18
Jan 12 / 18
Jan 13 / 18
Jan 18 / 18
Jan 19 / 18
Jan 16 / 18
Jan 17 / 18
Jan 22 / 18
Jan 23 / 18
Jan 26 / 18
Jan 27 / 18
Feb 01 / 18
Feb 02 / 18
Jan 30 / 18
Jan 31 / 18
Feb 05 / 18
Feb 06 / 18
Feb 09 / 18
Feb 10 / 18
Feb 15 / 18
Feb 16 / 18
Feb 13 / 18
Feb 14 / 18
Feb 19 / 18
Feb 20 / 18
Feb 23 / 18
Feb 24 / 18
Mar 01 / 18
Mar 02 / 18
Mar 09 / 18
Mar 10 / 18
Mar 15 / 18
Mar 16 / 18
Mar 13 / 18
Mar 14 / 18
Mar 19 / 18
Mar 20 / 18
Mar 23 / 18
Mar 24 / 18
Mar 29 / 18
Mar 30 / 18
Mar 27 / 18
Mar 28 / 18
Apr 02 / 18
Apr 03 / 18
Apr 06 / 18
Apr 07 / 18
Apr 12 / 18
Apr 13 / 18
Apr 10 / 18
Apr 11 / 18
Apr 16 / 18
Apr 17 / 18
Apr 20 / 18
Apr 21 / 18
Apr 26 / 18
Apr 27 / 18

* These dates in red tend to book up very early. If interested in any of the dates in yellow please contact us as early as possible.

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Belize Lighthouse Reef Kayak 

9 Day / 8 Night Adventure

This is 9 wonderful days on Lighthouse reef of paddling, sailing, standup paddle boarding, snorkeling and a visit to the Great Blue Hole. Yoga is also available on specified dates

Beyond the barrier reef, past Turneffe Atoll–some fifty miles and more eastwards of the Belize mainland– a coral atoll rises from the sea. Shimmering with white-sand cayes and lush green with groves of coconut palms, the lagoon provides a rare underwater habitat for snorkelers, with miles upon miles of shallow waters rich with corals. Where the lagoon drops off to the open sea; precipitous walls, undersea ridges and valleys brimming with life are the deeper realm of scuba divers. We will also visit the renowned Great Blue Hole with a motor supported kayak sailing excursion. Long difficult to access and out of reach for kayakers and snorkelers, we have pioneered the first-ever basecamp at Lighthouse Reef. We sleep in spacious walk-in tents (every window has an ocean view) and after each days activities our open air dining pavilion is the perfect place to relax in comfort with fine meals and splendid company.

“This is the best adventure trip I have ever had! Thank you for introducing me to a tropical paradise I have only ever dreamt about. I was totally enthralled by the Belize coral reefs – The clarity of the water & the variety of corals & fish was outstanding & revealed new treasures every day. I learnt so much about the country and culture as well as the exquisite natural environment. The guides were superb and ran the whole trip in an unassuming yet efficient manner with a high degree of professionalism. A huge amount of work must go on behind the scenes to achieve such a smooth operation.”

Carlie Holland Lighthouse Reef

Activities Accommodations
Sea Kayaking Instruction (first time to advanced) Lodge at Crooked Tree
Paddleboarding (SUP) Lighthouse Reef Basecamp (Safari-style tent)
Scuba Diving (optional, cost not included in trip price) Belize Biltmore Plaza
Snorkeling, beaches and swimming
The Blue Hole Snorkeling
Intertidal exploration, reef and mangrove ecology  Trip Fee: $1568.00 US pp (plus $330 Gov fees and taxes) Based on 2 per room
Natural & Cultural History
 Trip Fee: $1799.00 CAD pp (plus $395 Gov fees and taxes) Based on 2 per room

Belize Lighthouse Reef 9 Day / 8 Night Kayak Adventure Trip Dates 2018

 Day O: Arrival Date
Day 1: Trip Start Date
Day 6: Trip End Date
Day 7: Fly Home Date
 Jan 20 / 18
 Jan 21 / 18
 Jan 28 / 18
 Jan 29 / 18
 Feb  03 / 18
Feb  04 / 18
Feb  11 / 18
Feb  12 / 18
Feb  17 / 18
Feb  18 / 18
Feb  25 / 18
Feb  26 / 18
Mar 03 / 18
Mar 04 / 18
Mar 11 / 18
Mar 12 / 18
Mar 17 / 18
Mar 18 / 18
Mar 25 / 18
Mar 26 / 18
Mar 31 / 18
 Apr 01 / 18
Apr 08 / 18
Apr 09 / 18
Apr 14 / 18
Apr 15 / 18
Apr 22 / 18
Apr 23 / 18

* These dates in red tend to book up very early. If interested in any of the dates in red please contact us as early as possible.

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Belize Maya Reef Explorer

8 Days / 8 Nights

Lighthouse Reef Atoll, Altun Ha and Lamanai Mayan ruins and Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary

Lighthouse Reef, made famous by legendary underwater explorer Jacques Cousteau, has become known amongst divers as the ‘Aquarium’ due to the sheer abundance of marine life, crystal clear waters, and thriving coral reefs. Beyond the Barrier Reef, past Turneffe Atoll – some fifty miles and more eastwards of the Belize mainland – a coral atoll rises from the sea. Shimmering with white-sand cayes and lush green with groves of coconut palms, the lagoon provides a rare underwater habitat for snorkelers, with miles upon miles of shallow waters rich with corals. Where the lagoon drops off to the open sea – precipitous walls, undersea ridges, and valleys brimming with life are the deeper realm of scuba divers. Includes exploration of the Mayan ruins of Lamanai. Long difficult to access and out of reach for kayakers and snorkelers, we will travel to the first pioneered ever basecamp at Lighthouse Reef. We sleep in spacious walk-in tents (every window has an ocean view) and after each day’s activities our open air dining pavilion is the perfect place to relax in comfort with fine meals and splendid company.

Activities Accommodations
Sea Kayaking Lighthouse Reef Basecamp
Snorkeling, Fishing Birdseye View Lodge at Crooked Tree
Scuba Diving (optional) Belize Biltmore Plaza Hotel
Hiking and Rainforest Birding
Mayan Ruins
Photography  Trip Fee: $1726.00 US pp (plus $330 Gov fees and taxes) Based on 2 per room
Natural & Cultural History
Interpretation Trip Fee: $1980.00 CAD pp (plus $395 Gov fees and taxes) Based on 2 per room

Belize Lighthouse Reef Maya Explorer Kayak Adventure Trip Dates 2017-18

Day 0: Arrival Date
Day 1: Trip Start Date
Day 6: End Date
Day 7: Departure Date
Dec 16 / 17
Dec 17 / 17
Dec 23 / 17
Dec 24 / 17
Dec 20 / 17
Dec 21 / 17
Dec 27 / 17
Dec 28 / 17
Dec 24 / 17
Dec 25 / 17
Dec 31 / 17
Jan 01 / 18
Dec 28 / 17
Dec 29 / 17
Jan 04 / 18
Jan 05 / 18
*Jan 12 / 18*
Jan 13 / 18
Jan 19 / 18
Jan 20 / 18
 Jan 14 / 18
Jan 15 / 18
Jan 21 / 18
Jan 22 / 18
*Jan 26 / 18*
Jan 27 / 18
Feb 02 / 18
Feb 03 / 18
 Jan 28 / 18
Jan 29 / 18
Feb 04 / 18
Feb 05 / 18
*Feb 09 / 18*
Feb 10 / 18
Feb 16 / 18
Feb 17 / 18
 Feb 11 / 18
Feb 12 / 18
Feb 18 / 18
Feb 19 / 18
*Feb 23 / 18*
Feb 24 / 18
Mar 02 / 18
Mar 03 / 18
 *Mar 09 / 18*
 Mar 10 / 18
 Mar 16 / 18
Mar 17 / 18
Mar 11 / 18
Mar 12 / 18
Mar 18 / 18
Mar 19 / 18
*Mar 23/ 18*
Mar 24/ 18
Mar 30/ 18
Mar 31 / 18
Mar 25 / 18
Mar 26 / 18
Apr 01 / 18
Apr 02 / 18
*Apr 06 / 18*
Apr 07 / 18
Apr 13 / 18
Apr 14 / 18
Apr 08 / 18
Apr 09 / 18
Apr 15 / 18
Apr 16 / 18
 *Apr 20 / 18*
Apr 21 / 18
Apr 27 / 18
Apr 28 / 18

 These dates in red tend to book up very early. If interested in any of the dates in yellow please contact us as early as possible.

*Denotes Reverse Itinerary – Reef first then Inland second.

For those who are connecting with their international flights on the last day of the trip it is important your flight is scheduled to depart after 3 pm.

Booking: The booking requires a 30% deposit by Visa or MasterCard (for Canadian Credit Cards) with the balance due 60 days prior to trip departure. Non Canadian Credit Cards are charged the full trip fee payment in US dollars or a Bank Wire Transfer in Canadian Dollars at the time of booking.

The trip dates do sell out so please book early to get the trip dates you want.

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