Belize is an exciting destination for the traveler seeking to experience unique and diverse cultures and exotic tropical environments. The only English-speaking as well as democratic nation in Central America, Belize is blessed with an amazing variety of biogeographic regions and boasts the longest barrier reef in the Western Hemisphere. The reef is punctuated with hundreds of tiny cayes (as the Belizeans call their islands, pronounced 'keys'), three of the four coral atolls found in the Caribbean Basin, miles of unexplored beaches, and world class sea kayaking, diving, snorkeling, and fishing.
Sea kayaking in Belize is world class. The silent mobility of the sea kayak enables paddlers to intimately explore Belize's remote cayes, untouched coral reefs, and abundant marine life. Your sea kayak journey can take you to places that few other people have a chance to experience. In Belize sea kayaking is much more than just paddling; when the trade winds blow the kayaks are light, responsive, and lots of fun under sail (see our guided adventures), and there is no better place than the warm waters of Belize for snorkeling the fantastic underwater world, rich with color and life.
For experienced paddlers interested in exploring on their own, we have posted information on weather, trip preparation, and kayak rentals. Less experienced adventurers will want to be led through Belize by skilled professionals and local guides that have a close living relationship with the land and sea.
Enjoy what this site has to offer. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our office for further information.