Belize – Paradise Island Sea Kayaking

1 - 7 Days
DIFFICULTY

Medium

MIN. AGE

8 Years

£ 1950

A world of tropical islands and coral reefs

There are few better ways to explore the stunning beauty of Belize’s abundant marine life than by powering yourself peacefully through the tranquil waters of the Caribbean. During this 7 day kayaking journey we explore tropical, palm peppered islands and marvel at the myriad of tropical underwater life from parrot fish to fire coral. We’ll spend our nights in remote island lodges as we gently kayak from one paradise to another.

After the reef, experience the rainforest with one of our add-on trips – see itinerary below.

Price £1,950 / $2,350

Based on 2 pax. Excludes international flights.

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Day by Day

Arrive at the Belize International Airport where you will connect for a scenic 20 minute flight to the coastal town of Dangriga. You’ll then be met by an Island Expeditions’ representative and transferred by road to Bocawina Rainforest Lodge in the foothills of the Maya Mountains. After checking into our accommodations we enjoy a ‘Welcome to Belize Dinner’ with our fellow travellers and our Belizean guide team. Tonight, we dine in the rainforest at the acclaimed Wild Fig restaurant. This day is your day to arrive before the trip starts, meet your fellow travellers, and acclimatize to your new tropical environment. Transfers from the airport and lodging are included.

Overnight in Bocawina Rainforest Lodge

Waking up to the sounds of the tropics is a pure delight with the chatter of parrots and parakeets flying overhead, the fresh morning air scented with tropical blossoms, and the expectation of an exciting adventure filled day ahead. After breakfast we travel! by boat charter 38 miles offshore of the mainland, to Glovers Reef Atoll. We check into our furnished tent cabanas, enjoy lunch al fresco, then guides provide professional instruction - teaching sea kayaking, SUP, snorkeling, and safety in tropical seas, before heading out on the water. From here we explore the Atoll by SUP and sea kayak with motorboat support. For the next 3 days, you can expect to be pampered by our staff with delicious food and enjoy perfect days of turquoise clear waters, coral reefs, and a full range of activities to choose from each day.

Overnight in Glover's Reef Basecamp

For the next stage of the adventure we head to the 17,000 acres Southwater Caye Marine Reserve on the Southern Barrier Reef. Based from Tobacco Caye Paradise Lodge, our playground for the next two days is a fairy-tale setting of palm trees, coral islands, mangrove forests and abundant coral reefs. Each evening, back at our lodge we take in the friendly, laid-back ‘Island Culture’ of Belize.

Overnight in Tabacco Caye Paradise

After an early breakfast our water taxi carries us back to the mainland and the town of Dangriga. Any extra luggage that you have stored at our Operations Base will be made available to you to repack and you can catch the connecting flight to the Belize International Airport or ... stay a little longer!

Optional: Extension IN DANGRIGA

MOHO RIVER AND REMOTE MAYAN VILLAGES 5 DAYS/4 NIGHTS

Optional: Extension at Crooked Tree Wetlands,

The New River and the Ruins of Lamanai - 3 days/2 nights

OPTIONAL: Rainforest Canopy Extension - 3 days/2 nights

OPTIONAL: BOCAWINA RAINFOREST RESORT Extension

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