Belize Dive Resort
Situated on the mainland coast of the Caribbean Sea and nestled in Central America, Belize is rightly deserving of its reputation as one of the region’s best dive destinations.
Belize is home to some of the most amazing dive sites in the world. In addition to Belize having the longest stretch of coral reef in the Western Hemisphere, it is also home to three of the four atolls found throughout the Caribbean: Turneffe Reef Atoll, Glovers Reef Atoll, and Lighthouse Reef Atoll which holds our most popular site for avid divers, the Belize Blue Hole.
With shallow coral gardens and steep drop-offs that are home to many exotic flora and fauna the variety of underwater vistas to explore is endless. The Belize coast also boasts caves, grottoes, and coral atolls that are simply waiting to be uncovered. Belize has exceptional clarity and visibility almost year round and divers simply revel in the breathtaking beauty of the underwater world of Belize.
Our location along the southern coast of Belize makes Belizean Dreams Resort one of the only all inclusive resorts just a few miles away from Belize’s most popular dives sites. This means you can enjoy the comfort of our resort amenities all within close proximity to our Belize dive sites. We welcome dive groups of any size and experience levels. If you are not certified and would like to dive, take advantage of our Belize diving courses offered at Belizean Dreams Resort.
Belize’s water temperature averages between 79 and 83 degrees. While this is warm, you can get chilled after prolonged exposure. We recommend a 3mm full suit, long arms and long legs over a shortie, because of the pica-pica and because of sunburn, which is a real issue in Belize. Pica-pica is a thimble jellyfish larvae and when they arrive there is no avoiding them when they show up. There is no schedule they adhere to, sometimes we won’t see any for months, then suddenly there they appear, two times in one week. A full body suit protects you from their sting.