FAQ

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Where is San Pedro Town?
How do I get there?
What is the local diving like?
Do you offer dive trips for cruise ship passengers? How do you get to the Dive Center from the cruise ship terminal?
Do you offer dive classes?
Do you offer night dives?
Are tanks and weights included?
Is there shore diving?
Do you rent equipment?

Do you offer Nitrox?
Where do I keep my equipment?
Do I need to make reservations?
Do you offer transportation from other properties?
Do you provide your own services?
What size boats and how many people can you cater to?
Do you do the Atolls diving example the Blue Hole and Turneffe? Do you have your own boats for these tour or do you reserve it with another Dive Shop?
What else can I do in San Pedro Town?













Where is San Pedro Town?
San Pedro Town is located on Ambergris Caye, which is Belize’s largest island in the Caribbean Sea. San Pedro Town is located 34 miles north-east of Belize City and 43 miles south-east of Corozal Town. Directly, north of San Pedro is the Xcalak corridor and the Mexican border.


How do I get there?
Water Transportation: The boat trips normally depart near the Swing Bridge or the Bliss Center for Performing Arts in Belize City. The trip normally takes an hour and the cost is around US$10.00 one way.

Air Transportation: From the Belize International Airport there two airlines namely Maya Island Air and Tropic Air. There are schedule flights to San Pedro Town every hour. Ex. 7:40, 8:40, 9:40 etc. The flight time is normally 20 mins. and the cost varies. From the Belize Municipal Airport there are schedule flights every hour also. Ex. 8:30, 9:30, 10:30, etc. From Corozal Town which is the town that is border with Mexico there are several departures from the Corozal Airport.


What is the local diving like?
Local diving is on the Belize’s Barrier Reef. This is the largest barrier reef in the Western Hemisphere. The reef system runs parallel to the island just a couple yards out. The reef is very healthy.

There are not many currents and the depth ranges from 30’ to 80’. Visibility is usually right about 80’. During your diving experience, you may have the opportunity to encounter a great array of marine life such as turtles, lobsters, parrotfish, stingrays, barracuda, moray eels, etc. Additionally, you will be able to sight all sorts of corals both soft and hard.

Do you offer dive and snorkel trips for cruise ship passengers?
How do you get to our dive center?

Yes. We do offer dive and snorkel tours. Since, our dive shop is located on Ambergris Caye you will need to make arrangements at the Cruise Ship terminal where there is shuttle available to transport you to airline Maya Island Air for the 15 minutes flight over to our island. You can call us direct our through a tour company at the terminal to reserve the tour with us and inform us of the time of arrival. We are located on the dock with Tackle Box in the heart of San Pedro Town.

Do you offer dive classes?
Yes. Please view our website for description and rates.

Do you offer night dives?
Yes


Are tanks and weights included?
Yes. They are included in all dive and dive packages.

Is there shore diving?
No. You are required to use a dive operator since all dives are done at some distance from the island.

Do you rent equipment?
Yes

Do you offer Nitrox?
Yes. The cost is US$14.00 per tank.

Where do I keep my equipment?
As part of our service to you our customers, we store BCD and regulators at our dive center, while your diving with us at no charge.

Do I need to make reservations?
Yes. We require that you confirm your reservation.

Do you offer transportation to and from other properties?
Yes. We do pick-ups and returns from all properties on Ambergris Caye, after you daily activities at no extra cost.

Do you provide your own services?
Yes


What size boats and how many people can you cater to?
Our boats range from 26ft to 57ft. We cater to individuals and all size of groups.


Do you do the Atolls diving example the Blue Hole and Turneffe?
Do you have your own boats for these tour or do you reserve it with another Dive Shop?

Yes. We do offer these tours daily. We have our 43ft and 57ft boats that we use for diving these atolls.

What else can I do in San Pedro Town?
For the non-divers there are many activities that you can consider. All the following we can assist you with:

Snorkeling 
Fishing 
Mayan site tours 
Zoo Tour
Zipline Tour
Cave Tubing
Manatee Watching
etc...