A catamaran trip up and down the Belizean Coast is one of the best, if not the best, ways to explore Belize’s world famous reefs, islands and underwater world.

Ollie and Kate B are here to help give you the inside track.

Key Stats

Flight from London London

10:15 hrs

Time Difference

GMT -3 hrs

The catamarans all come fully equipped with fishing gear, kayaks, on board food and beverages, and a great crew. The boats vary in size making them suitable for couples, families or groups.

The best bit about sailing is that itineraries can be adapted and guests can explore as they wish, with some recommendations from the captain and crew. And what a lot to explore including the evocative highlights of the coastline from Goff's Caye and South Water Caye to Man-o-War Caye, Tobacco Caye and Bluefield Range.

Guests can enjoy morning snorkelling trips from their catamarans, or swimming with tropical fish, turtles, eagle rays, stingrays, moray eels and grouper. In the afternoons, maybe try a spot of diving, or stop off at the sleepy island of Caye Caulker, with white sandy beaches and fresh seafood. It's a hard life, really.

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Original Highlight

Image of Will Boocock

Seeing endangered manatees in the wildlife sanctuary Swallow Caye.

Will, Original Traveller

Where to stay

Belcampo Belize

Belcampo Belize

Belcampo Belize is a luxurious eco-lodge with 12 private cabanas that open into the heart of the Belizean jungle.

Turtle Inn

Turtle Inn

Set on a long, narrow spit of land, just inches above sea level, Turtle Inn is sandwiched between the open ocean to one side and a lagoon, home to manatees, on the other.

Start creating your tailored trip today

Ollie and Kate B are our The Belizean Coast experts and as seasoned travellers they have the inside track on the most memorable adventures.

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