RAD Expeditions


While you’re here you can experience Scuba Diving the largest Barrier Reef in the Western Hemisphere.  With trips to World Heritage sites like the magnificent Blue Hole and the Turneffe Atolls, Belize is a divers paradise and many of these dive trips depart from our dock so there is no reason for you to miss an opportunity to dive while you are in Belize.

If diving isn’t quite your thing, no need to worry as we also offer snorkeling trips to the barrier reef as well as Shark & Sting Ray Alley where you can swim with Nurse Sharks and sting Rays.  Still not your speed, then maybe just a day trip to the islands of Caye Caulker or San Pedro may be what you’re looking for.

Diving from our Belize City hotel can be pre-arranged with our tour desk and we require a minimum number of people to dive. Please contact us as the minimum requirements may have been met for the dates you have chosen, allowing even singles the opportunity to dive.


Additional Tours



Snorkel Barrier Reef

Snorkel the largest Barrier Reef in the Western Hemisphere where nature spends most of its time

Reef Fishing (Full Day)

The reef is where they all gather, come and hook snappers, grunts and all the beautiful fishes that are around

Reef Fishing (Half Day)

Take your time as you go where all the fishes dream of going. See what happens when you collide

Deep Sea Fishing (Full Day)

Cruise the “blue” for Billfish, King Mackerel, Wahoo, Dorado, and the “Big Boys”. Fish the Barrier Reef and the Turneffe Atoll

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Belize Zoo/Xunantunich

Take a scenic drive on the Western Highway to the Belize Zoo, which was founded in 1983 and then to Xunantunich, including six major plazas and surrounded by more than 25 temples and palaces.

A Tale of Two Cities (Belize City and Altun Ha)

Take a tour of Belize City and view the historic colonial structures, culture and lifestyle of the Belizean People, then head north to the ancient Mayan site of Altun Ha, meaning “Water of the Rock” .

Belize City Tour

Take a guided tour of Belize City where you will have the opportunity to see the historic colonial structures, culture and lifestyle of the Belizean People

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