Things to do in Belize!

Explore our beautiful jewel!  we can book any activities that you might be interested from diving to any main land tours.

Here are some activities that you might be interested: 


Xunantunich means, "Stone Lady". The highest structure, El Castillo, is 132 feet high, and from the top you get a panoramic view of both western Belize and Guatemala. Xunantunich is a few mile west of San Ignacio, and from Belize City it is a 2 to 2.5 hours drive. You have to cross the river in a hand-cranked ferry. Xunantunich can be combine with cave tubing, zip lining or the Belize zoo.


Lamani means "submerged crocodile". The crocodile population in nearby river lagoon gave Lamani its name. The Maya Site is one of Belize's largest ceremonial centers, is located on the North of Belize, Orange Walk district. Lamanai Archaeological Reserve contains a museum, the remnants of two 16 century Spanish churches and a colonial suger mill that was establish 1860.

Set in tropical forest and providing spectacular views from several of its large temples. Watch and listen for the resident Howler Monkeys. This is an all day tour.

Actun Tunichil Muknal (ATM Cave) 

The ATM Cave adventure is one of the most popular Mayan burial sites in Western Belize. There is 45 minutes of nature hiking. It crosses three steams and passes by the Tapir Mountain Nature Reserve. You need to be in good physical shape and be prepare for swimming, climbing, and crawling. It is like a living museum.  

    You see pieces of pottery, 14 sketetal remains, and have the experience of being in a huge chamber like cathedral. 


They are different type of sailing that our isla bonita offers.
All day sailing and snorkeling - full day trip where you would stop in three different location (Holchan, Shark Ray and Coral garden.
Caribbean sunrise cruise - Rise before the sun... start your day early where you will feel the warmth of the sunrise rush over you while sipping a warm cup of Java. Take a morning dip in the cool waters and snorkel. 

Sunset Cruise - As you meander through the leeward lagoons you can watch the beautiful sunset as you sip mojito and eat som delightful appetizers. On your way back home you will under the romantic starlight. 

Shark Ray Alley

Expect to see lots of rays and nurse sharks ( don't worry, they're harmless and pretty small) swimming around and many of the dive shops engourages it by putting little bits of food into the conche shells on the bottom. The bottome is sandy there with sea grass so as the time elapses it tends to get silted up and visibility goes down, get pictures right away. 

Holchan Marin Reserve

The south tip of Ambergris Caye is the HolChan Marine Reserve. HolChan is Mayan for "Little Channel" This sanctuary was officially established in 1987, an dsince then the return of all species of fish has been quite dramatis. Hol Chan is perfect for snorkeling or diving. The reserve covers approximately three square miles and is divided into three zones. The entire reserve focused on a cut through the reef which is little more than 25 yards wide and 30 feet. 

The Blue Hole & Light house reef

The full day excursion consist of 3 amazing dives your first dive of the day will be the world famous Blue Hole. A collapsed cave, the Blue Hole is a 1000 foot circular coral reef that drops straight down to 400 feet. Descend to 130 feet and swim through the giant naturally formed stalactites. 

Your second dive of the day will be at the spectacular Half Moon Caye Wall. Next, Relax with a beach picnic lunch and a visit to Boobie Bird Sanctuary on Half Moon Caye. Finish the day with a dive at the world class dive site, The Aquarium. 

Turneffe Atoll

The ultimte wall diving experience! Dive 3 amazing sites in one day. The elbow is your first wall dive and one of the most popular sites in Belize. If the water is just right, you may get a chance to see hammerhead, manta rays or Whalesharks! The Second dive will be at the front porch dive site where you will swim among a vast array of small and large fish, coloful corals and huge sponges. Your third dive and final dive, a wreck sunk in 1985, the Sayonara. 

Fishing - Reef, Flats or Deep Sea

Experience one of the most popular sports in Belize. San Pedro was created and survived as a fishing village long before before tourism arrived on the island. The fishing is world class and is guided by licensed and certified fishing guides only.

Reef fishing - Reel in big one and enjoy your own fish bar-b-que tonight! Grouper, Snappers, Barracuda and Jacks are just some of the fish you can catch on the reef. 

Flat and Fly fishing - Belize  is one of the top spots in Caribbean for flats fishing. Use either a spinning rod or fly rod to challange the resident bonefish, tarpon and permit.

Deep Sea Fishing - Experience the fight and glory of bring in your own marlin, sailfish, Wahoo or Tuna.