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Having spent time in a few different places underwater, this was a middle of the road place. The island itself is larger and nicer than Silk, but the reef around the island was so so. Trips to Silk also usually include stopping off to see...More
Sailed out for the day with Nautical Adventures who I would highly recommend. The Caye is just stunning and the talk from the park ranger upon your arrival provides some great insight to the conservation efforts ongoing on and around the Caye.
Visited this gem with a team of friends and wow. Beautiful beach on this small island. It is a "No Take Zone." Learned to snorkel and was amazed by the beautiful corals that lay hidden beneath the sea. Really suggesting that you visit yourself and...More
Spent an entire day with the island and waters practically to ourselves. July is their off season so no big crowds. They have shaded picnic tables which made it very nice to relax between dives and during lunch. Park rangers were very friendly and ran...More
Laughing Bird Caye was pretty and fun to snorkel around BUT there is a litter problem that no one is addressing. It was sad to see all the trash that had washed on the shore up but the rangers in charge of the area didn't...More
My husband and I, along with 3 other couples we were vacationing with, rented a large catamaran through Nautical Adventures for a day trip of snorkeling. The crew, Captain Chris and Deon, were first class. They were both very personable, and went out of their...More
Roberts Grove has a a fleet of boats and certified divers. Equipment provided was clean and looked almost new. about a 1 hour trip to the island (very small) and the tour began. Guides are government certified and knowledgeable about the reef, various corals, and...More
Unless you had your own boat, I don't think you can get there unless you hire a local or company/tour. When I was looking at different companies, it was $75-90 per person BUT that included lunch and snorkel gear. Even if you... More
Unless you had your own boat, I don't think you can get there unless you hire a local or company/tour. When I was looking at different companies, it was $75-90 per person BUT that included lunch and snorkel gear. Even if you weren't going to snorkel, it would cost the same amount as someone who didn't snorkel. Maybe you could get lucky and meet someone at the south docks to take you out there at a fraction of the cost. It is about 30-40 min boat ride going at a fairly fast clip.