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8 Days of Lodge-based Multi-Sport
per person based on double occupancy
December 2022 – April 2023
Optional Tobacco Caye kayak and dive Extension: 4 days/3 nights $750 for meals and lodging (diving is extra)
Deposit: $1000 Meeting Place: Belize City Gateway City: Belize City River Rating: Moderate Age Range: 8-80
With one foot in the Central American jungles and the other in the Caribbean Sea, Belize may be small but it’s packed with adventure and culture. ROAM’s Reef & Jungle Adventure explores Belize’s incredibly diverse rainforest, national parks and the mysterious civilizations of the ancient Maya before heading out to the atolls for kayaking, snorkeling and paddling adventures.
Lying like a string of pearls in a blue sea, Glover’s Reef consists of half a dozen small cays of white sand and palm trees. Considered one of the richest tropical marine environments in the entire Caribbean, Glover’s is protected as a Marine Reserve and a designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. At our deluxe Beach Camp, situated on the white sand shores of Southwest Caye, you are accommodated in deluxe platform tents with comfy beds and treated to stunning views facing east over the open Caribbean Sea.
Ideally located for snorkeling, SUP, sea kayaking and kayak sailing, diving and fishing, participants enjoy daily outings are led by expert guides who are skilled naturalists and fishermen, marine biologists and kayakers making your experience a blend of adventure, island culture, tropical vacation and learning. The remarkable abundance of life and the complex, simple beauty of this richest of tropical marine environments leaves its mark on all those who are fortunate enough to visit.
Itinerary at a Glance
On this remote Jungle & Reef adventure you will enjoy flexibility in your choice of daily guided activities. You and your traveling companions can do things together or separately, making it ideal for families and couples of mixed abilities.
- Explore the jungle, rivers, caves and waterfalls
- Zip line, rappel, kayak and tube local rivers
- Watch for 575 species of birds
- Paddle, kayak sail, fish or SUP as you explore a pristine group of tropical islands set within a turquoise lagoon.
- Snorkel some of the 700 patch reefs in this thriving coral reef system.
- Relax at our Beach Camp on Southwest Caye, a 13 acre island within Glover’s Reef Marine Reserve
- Sleep in comfortable, safari style tent cabanas and dine on fresh seafood, tropical fruit, and local favorites.
- Enjoy an amazing sunrise yoga session
What to Expect on the Belize – Reef & Jungle Trip
Arrive in Belize City and transfer to your hotel.
Today we’ll transfer to our jungle lodge and get settled in for the next two nights. Depending on the program you are on, the lodges are situated in or near nationals parks and have day trips both on-site and off-site.
Hiking, zip lining and waterfall tours are some of the many highlights. Birding, wildlife viewing, cave swimming, tubing and visits to Mayan ruins are all activities for you to choose from.
After an early breakfast, we’ll be transferred to the town of Dangriga, where we catch our boat to Glovers Reef. It’s a 1.5 hour boat ride in good weather to Southwest Caye Basecamp on Glover’s Reef Atoll. A protected marine park and designated world heritage site, Glovers is located thirty-six miles offshore of mainland Belize.
Days Four, Five, Six & Seven:
In our private tropical paradise, we’ll enjoy daily outings – paddle, snorkel, SUP and explore its turquoise lagoon and thriving coral reefs with some of the most experienced guides in the country. You will sleep in comfortable, ocean view safari style tent cabanas and dine on fresh fish and local cuisine. Enjoy a flexible daily schedule on the reef, with activity choices geared to all abilities.
After a morning paddle or snorkel, we’ll board our boat and transfer back to Dangriga and catch a domestic flight to Belize City.
Extension – Tobacco Paradise Caye (4 days/3 nights)
We return to Dangriga around noon for flights back to Belize City.