Sail Down the Coast of Belize with Raggamuffin Tours
Few experiences in Belize can compare to a delightful sail down the coast. Departing from the lovely Caye Caulker, passengers will get to experience the best of the beautiful coral reef, arriving at the Placencia Peninsula three days later.
The perfect option for anyone who has ever wanted to experience the full glory and beauty of Belize’s many islands, the Ragamuffin Tour hops from island to island, with overnight stays at Rendevouz Caye and Tobacco Caye and stops at South Water Caye, and English Caye.
Experience the Magic of the Belize Barrier Reef
Casting off from Caye Caulker, the trip begins with a glorious daytime cruise through the crystal clear waters of the Caribbean, with at least two stops to give those onboard a chance to snorkel some of the most beautiful spots along the reef. In the afternoon, the ship will arrive at Rendezvous Caye, another outstanding location to enjoy snorkeling before the sun sets and again in the morning before departure.
During the trip, there are also plenty of opportunities to fish for those who enjoy this ancient sport. Ragamuffin will provide hand lines, trawling rods, spin rods, a spear gun and all the equipment necessary to fish the varied locales along the reef and on the islands.
At night, lodgings will be in the form of basic camping, with Ragamuffin supplying mats, sheets, tents and other camping equipment. Passengers will sleep two people to a tent unless they bring their own tent.
Showering facilities on the islands are simple but functional, and the ship comes with marine toilets. On Tobacco Caye, the port of call for the second night, there is a special dock and campground reserved exclusively for the use of Ragamuffin Tours.
Eating in Paradise
The trip wouldn’t be complete without a chance to enjoy the delicious variety of fresh local food that makes Belizean cuisine so special. All Ragamuffin ships carry a full-time chef on board who prepares fish, shrimp, conch, and lobster in a mouthwatering array of different dishes. They also cater to individuals who are vegetarian, don’t enjoy seafood, are gluten intolerant or have other dietary restrictions.
The price for all Ragamuffin Tours includes all applicable taxes, island fees, food and drink, and the complimentary use of fishing equipment, snorkeling gear, marine reserve and camping equipment.
Trips are scheduled throughout the year, with departures from Caye Caulker every Tuesday and Friday, weather permitting.
For trips during the spring and summer, the price is $350 U.S. per person.
From November 1 through December 24, the price is $400 U.S. per person.
Trips from December 25 through the first week of January are $450 U.S. per person.