Hol Chan Marine Reserve
Hol Chan Marine Reserve
Hol Chan Marine Reserve

Hol Chan Marine Reserve Tours and Tickets

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Around 4 miles (6.4 kilometers) south of the shores of Ambergris Caye, Hol Chan Marine Reserve is the most-visited snorkeling and diving area in Belize. Part of the Belize Barrier Reef, the reserve covers about 3 square miles (7.7 square kilometers) and is divided into zones according to marine habitat.

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Franciela_G, Nov 2023
Amazing day swimming with sharks!
This activity was one of the highlights of the entire trip! Our guide Jordan (aka Soup) was the absolute best. He was very knowledgeable and very passionate. We got to snorkel at Hol Chan Marine Reserve and then swam with sharks at Shark Ray Alley. It was my first time doing both of these and although it was a little scary, I felt very comfortable and safe. You won’t regret this activity. Would 100% recommend!
Carter_C, Nov 2023
Beautiful wildlife and protected reef
Knowledgeable guides and beautiful scenery. The guides made the trip easy. One of the guides could be more patient with the beginner snorkelers, but otherwise great experience.
Amanda_B, Nov 2023
Amazing day!
Amazing day snorkeling! From coral to sharks, sting rays to a shipwreck, this excursion had so much to see. Definitely would recommend or even do it again!
Alyssa_C, Nov 2023
A good experience, but probably the same as other companies
We had a good experience over all. We saw amazing fish and nurse sharks and rays. The guides were knowledgeable and funny. The lunch on Caye Caulker was good and we had some free time to walk the tiny town. We were supposed to see manatees and sea horses. We didn't see either because the animals weren't out. It sounded like most groups don't see them even though they always "try" to find them. It almost seems like an extra way to extend the day and charge a little extra.