Best Diving in the Caribbean
People come from all over the world to experience the beauty of the Caribbean ocean. With tropical temperatures, incredible plant life, and creatures that many have only seen in photographs, it’s no wonder that divers flock to the Caribbean ocean. The big question, however, is where is the best diving in the Caribbean?
That would be Belize!
The beautiful Turneffe Atoll is the perfect place for divers to experience diverse ocean life and incredible coral reefs. With beautifully clear water, bountiful marine life, and the world’s second-largest coral system, Belize offers the best diving in the Caribbean. Belize’s atolls are the main reason this country is such a popular dive spot, and Turneffe Atoll hosts dive sites that are suitable for every level of diver and snorkeller alike.
The Turneffe Atoll is close to several world-class dive destinations that people come from all over the world to experience. The Great Blue Hole is just minutes away from Belize Dive Haven, and it is one of the most sought-after and renowned dive locations in the world, plus, with Cathedral Reef, Lighthouse Reef, and The Aquarium are all available for diving close by. There are over 70 Turneffe Atoll dive sites that visitors can plan their excursions around, and with 400+ small islands to explore, divers regularly come back year after year to discover something new.
While diving may be the driving force behind your vacation, coming back to a comfortable and accommodating hotel is a wonderful way to rest after a dive, eat and sleep comfortably. When you’ve finished your dive, coming back to Belize Dive Haven is a great way to end your day. With great drinks and food, wifi, oceanview rooms, and several resort activities including fishing, swimming, and snorkelling, you can have the diving vacation of your dreams!
Enjoy the best diving the Caribbean Ocean has to offer,
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Just 30 miles from Belize City, Belize Dive Haven is located in pristine Turneffe Atoll. Consisting of creeks, lagoons, mangrove islands and cays, the atoll is home to over 500 species of fish, 65 different species of stony corals as well as birds, turtles, manatees and dolphins.