Join me on an underwater exploration of Belize’s Barrier Reef — experience some of the world’s finest snorkelling and most abundant marine life.
In this Belize Photo Essay You Will Discover:
- Huge Variety of Fish
- Gorgeous Coral
- Stinging Jellyfish
- And More!
Most of my travels take me to the tropics. And if there’s access to the ocean, you can bet I’m going snorkelling. I can spend all day finning around the underwater world — breath-holding ’till I’m blue in search of more fish, more coral, more peaceful fluidity.
Belize has the finest snorkelling I’ve experienced. Better than Thailand. Better than Bali. Better even than Aruba. Better, dare I say it, than what I’ve experienced in my beloved Hawaii. Belize is home to the world’s second-largest barrier reef (I’m sure you can guess where the largest is), which harbours staggering marine biodiversity. You’ll discover fish, like the social wrasse, found nowhere else in the world. Plus, there are plentiful parrotfish, French angelfish, queen angelfish, gruntfish, cowfish, leopard rays, eagle rays, southern stingrays, trumpetfish, needlefish, neon-speckled squid, triggerfish, octopus, seahorses, invasive lionfish… too many to list. See for yourself: