1. Swim Hol Chan Marine Reserve
Hol Chan Marine Reserve, found four miles from San Pedro, gets its name from a coral-filled little hole in the defensive reef close to Ambergris Caye, and makes it a famous swimming and plunge objective. The save, part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Belize Barrier Reef Reserve System, can be reached exclusively by boat. Because of the endeavors made by the Belize government to safeguard the reef framework, it was removed the UNESCO imperiled site list in 2018.You can set out on a day visit to Hol Chan Marine Reserve right from your retreat in San Pedro. Wonder about the energetic coral-lined walls of the channel and the cornucopia of marine life that occupy these unmistakable waters at profundities of something like six to nine meters. See ocean turtles, southern beams, a few types of fish, and, surprisingly, a couple of sharks. Regardless of whether you have never swam, you can in any case encounter the submerged world with assistance from an educated aide.
2. Swim with Sharks at Shark Ray Alley
Shark Ray Alley in Hol Chan Marine Reserve is one of Belize’s top attractions, and which is all well and good. It furnishes an extraordinary chance to swim with nurture sharks and stingrays that swarm the region after hearing moving toward boats.Nurse sharks are genuinely innocuous to people and utilize their little mouths to suck in little fish, shrimp, and squid. These medium-sized, base taking care of sharks approach the boats for food, as guides for the most part toss fish for them to devour. Frequently, you’ll find stingrays joining the craze, consequently the name of the objective. At the point when you are in the water, noticing these astounding animals from a protected distance is ideal.
3. Plunge the Great Blue Hole
Jacques Cousteau once called the Great Blue Hole one of the most outstanding plunging locales on the planet, it stays genuine still. A piece of the Lighthouse Reef Atoll, open by boat, this goliath submarine sinkhole gives experienced jumpers unrivaled perspectives on an imploded cavern’s huge stalagmites and tapered rocks and the animals that possess it. Hope to track down essentially a couple of types of sharks here, from hammerheads to bull sharks.The sinkhole is around 125 meters down and 300 meters across. From a higher place, you can see the dim blue water surrounded by turquoise shallow waters. You can set up for a jump visit from your retreat or a plunge shop right in San Pedro. Some plunge shops considerably offer night dives.Visit towards the finish of the dry season, among April and May, for great weather patterns. Consolidate an outing to the Great Blue Hole with a visit through Half Moon Caye. Situated in the southwest corner of Lighthouse Reef Atoll, this World Heritage Site offers very close sightings of settlements of frigate birds and red-footed booby birds from a raised perception stage.
4. Sail to Caye Caulker
Caye Caulker, found a ship ride away from San Pedro, is a substantially more easygoing other option, brimming with shoreline restaurants, shop stores, ravishing sea shores, and a lot of fun at the Split.If you have a major gathering, consider contracting a sailboat boat from an administrator like SEAduced by Belize for a day loaded with submerged exercises at Hol Chan Marine Reserve and a visit for lunch in Caye Caulker. Furnished with agreeable bean sacks, overwater nets, bathrooms, and a lot of food and drink, the boat will take you on an excursion to the area’s principal attractions.The Split, which came to be when Hurricane Hattie separated the island into two of every 1961, is presently an incident spot to visit with music, relaxing sightseers, and water-sweethearts exploiting the quiet waters.
5. Ride the Streets on a Golf Cart
At first you might find it a piece jostling to see everybody on golf trucks zooming past you. Yet, the tight roads and easygoing mentality impeccably makes sense of the method of transportation in San Pedro. It becomes energizing taking in the dynamic town from an outside vehicle, as you advance toward different shops and restaurants.You can lease a truck from your inn or from a truck rental around with a substantial driver’s permit however long your visit might last. Ride the truck toward the northern piece of Ambergris Caye for the Secret Beach and different attractions. Remember that while riding a golf truck, similar driving principles apply.
6. Eat at the Truck Stop
The Truck Stop is San Pedro’s accepted diversion center point, offering everything from tasty food to live amusement, in a steel trailer leave. Get New Haven-style pizza and Asian and Latin food, all produced using nearby fixings, and cool off with some ice-cream.Owned by expats, this engaging park has a 5.4-meter film screen with arena seating, a pool, a huge stage for groups, outside games, and themed occasions everyday. Some random day, odds are you’ll find a ranchers market, film night, a cornhole competition, question and answer contests, or unrecorded music. You might in fact decide to have your wedding or an exceptional occasion at the structure.
7. Find Bacalar Chico National Park
Bacalar Chico National Park and Marine Reserve, an UNESCO World Heritage Site crossing 106 square kilometers of land and ocean, is arranged on the northern piece of Ambergris Caye sitting above Mexico and the Bay of Chetumal. The safeguarded site likewise envelops the Chac Balam Mayan ruins. The region is available by an extended boat ride from San Pedro.Once here, exploit the 11 miles of nature trails. Albeit intriguing, you might track down sightings of ocelots, panthers, and pumas. Swimming in the marine save will carry you up near beautiful corals, fish, turtles, and manatees.
8. Visit the Belize Chocolate Company
Did you had any idea that the Mayans partook in a chocolate drink day to day? Millennia prior, Mayans would crush cacao beans with corn and flavors and make a creation that they drank day to day for food. While the beverage isn’t equivalent to the hot cocoa we appreciate today, we have the Mayans to thank for utilizing cacao beans.Belize professes to be the wellspring of probably the best chocolate on the planet, and you can be the adjudicator of that on a visit through the Belize Chocolate Company in San Pedro.