How to Dive the Great Blue Hole
If you are a diver and heading to Belize, you’re likely looking to book a trip to the Great Blue Hole. Made famous by Jaques Cousteau, this location is a bucket-list item for many divers; however, it can be a bit difficult to access.
How to Get to the Great Blue Hole
Transportation to the site can be challenging. The dive site is not close to the mainland so you will need to arrange travel. Be warned that it can be a long boat ride from mainland Belize, about 2-3 hours. In addition to paying for a boat, you’ll also need to pay a park fee to access the Blue Hole.
Note: PADI Advanced Open Water Diver certification required for this dive. This is a highly technical dive and not recommended for novice divers.
Best Way to Dive the Great Blue Hole
If you want to check diving at this majestic site off your list, book a stay at Belize Dive Haven. We are the closest luxury resort to the Great Blue Hole, only a 30-minute ride by boat. Our professional divemasters are from the area and have experience diving in this area and will be excellent guides on this breathtaking adventure.
After the dive, you can take a short trip back to the resort and relax poolside before enjoying a delicious meal.
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Belize Dive Haven is the newest resort on Turneffe Atoll. We’re close to all the popular Belize dive destinations and provide our guests with luxury accommodations, including the largest pool in the hemisphere.