Roam Belize is now offering Belize Barrier Reef Tours
Roam Belize, known for its reliable and professional shuttle service and guided tours on land, is excited to announce six new Belize barrier reef tours. Visitors to Belize can now get guided tours to the best spots on the reef, including diving the Great Blue Hole, swimming with whale sharks, fishing for marlin and sailfish, and viewing a rainbow of underwater life at Glovers Reef.
“As a locally owned and operated company, we’re very proud of the Belize Barrier Reef,” said Julie Lopez, managing director of Roam Belize. “That’s why we’re so excited to offer guided tours of the reef, one of the most beautiful and biodiverse locations on the planet. Our expert local guides can take visitors to the best spots for diving, fishing and snorkeling to make the most out of all the reef has to offer.”
Roam Belize’s new reef tours include a guided trip to the Belize Great Blue Hole, rated by Jacques Cousteau as one of the top ten best diving spots on the planet. Descend over 100 feet into a vast network of underwater caves replete with enormous stalactites.
Another Roam Belize tour will take visitors to the far reaches of the outer reef, abundant with huge schools of fish. Anglers can set their lines for dorado, sailfish, wahoo, and the king of the seas, the mighty marlin.
Anglers who enjoy fly fishing will enjoy a half day guided tour to one of the richest fishing locations on the planet, where the waters come alive with tarpon, permit fish, bonefish, and sook. Definitely recommended for any fisherman hoping to achieve a coveted “grand slam”.
Another tour takes visitors up close and personal with whale sharks. The largest fish species on Earth, the whale shark is playful and peaceful. Divers and snorkelers on the whale shark tour will get exclusive access to these majestic creatures as they rise to the surface to feed on microscopic shrimp and plankton.
The snorkeling at Glovers Reef Atoll tour allows visitors to get up close and personal with a rainbow of marine life, including dozens of species of sharks and unique ocean creatures that use the coral to breed, hide, and hunt.
For years, Roam Belize has provided door-to-door service for visitors to Belize, transporting them to beautiful vacation destinations around the country, as well as arranging guided tours led by expert locals to popular Mayan ruins, ceremonial caves, and nature reserves. With the addition of the six new reef tours, visitors can now get local guides for all of the best spots to dive, snorkel, and fish the Great Barrier Reef, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
This is a sponsored post by Roam Belize Travel and Tours.