Eco-Friendly tours with  Caye Caulker Reef Friendly Tours!

Caye Caulker Reef Friendly Tours has been a favorite amongst tourists for over a decade in Caye Caulker. Known for their eco-friendly tours, the company offers a unique experience for those looking to make a meaningful impact on the environment while enjoying a day on the water. One of the most popular tours is their trip to Hol Chan Marine reserve, where guests can snorkel alongside vibrant coral and tropical fish. For those seeking a more exhilarating adventure, their Shark Ray Alley tour is a must-do experience. And for those looking to simply relax in beautiful surroundings, their Goffs Caye tour is perfect. With a commitment to protecting the reef and supporting sustainable tourism, it’s easy to see why Caye Caulker Reef Friendly Tours continues to be a top choice for travelers.

Marine Destinations

Caye Caulker is known for its stunning white sand beaches and glistening blue waters, making it one of the Caribbean’s premier tourist spots.

Value for Money

Experience top notch service and make the most out of your money with Caye Caulker Reef Friendly Tours! Explore the Caribbean waters like never before with some of the best tour guides in the Caribbean.

Beautiful Places

Perched off the coast of Belize lies the Hol Chan Marine Reserve, a magnificent biodiversity hotspot seething with vibrant sea life. Rich coral gardens await your exploration among the depths of the Barrier Reef, just the first of the many natural treasures to be revealed.

Eco-Friendly Tours

Marvel at the breathtaking sights of the Caribbean as you dive, snorkel, canoe, kayak, and explore the coastal mangroves at your own pace with eco responsible tours that ensure the protection of oceanic ecosystems.
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Scenic Flight, The Great Blue Hole Aerial Tour

Embark on an Unforgettable Aerial Adventure with Caye Caulker Reef Friendly Tours. Soar above the mesmerizing beauty of Belize’s natural wonders with our breathtaking aerial tour, exclusively offered by Caye Caulker Reef Friendly Tours. This one-of-a-kind experience provides an unparalleled perspective of the world’s largest natural formation, the Great Blue Hole, along with the vibrant coral reefs and turquoise waters that surround it. Prepare to be mesmerized by the mesmerizing panorama of the Belize Barrier Reef, the second-largest coral reef system in the world.

Shark Ray Alley
Hol Chan Snorkeling

Our tours to Hol Chan Marine reserve leave at 8:30 am and return around 1:30 pm, we visit 5 different places along the barrier reef, these include shark and ray alley, Channel, Coral Garden, Shipwreck and Manatees (seasonal). Our tour costs $90 USD per person and includes all government taxes, entrance fees, snorkel gear, water, fruits, lunch and sodas.

Caye Caulker Marine Reserve
This is a 3-hour tour that takes you to 3 different locations for a quiet afternoon of snorkeling among tropical fish along the barrier reef, The 3 stops on this tour include South Channel, Shark and Ray Village, and Coral Garden.
Goffs Caye Day Trip
This tour starts at 8 am it takes about 1.5 hours to get to the island, while here you can snorkel as much as you want since the island sits on top of the reef, while we prepare a beach BBQ, you will also have the chance to relax on a beautiful sandbar or maybe you can just read a book while you enjoy a sunbath. We also provide hard and soft drinks. The tour ends in Caye Caulker around 5 p.m. and costs $150 USD per person.

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