Whether your idea of a great time involves sipping champagne at sunset or catching game fish, renting a boat on Ambergris Caye can help you to have the time of your life.
Here are some fantastic suggestions for fun boat activities to enjoy in Belize.
Although there are plenty of great places to go fishing right on the coast, there is no question that the biggest fish are further out at sea. By renting a boat and heading out with the local anglers, you can see how they hook game fish off of the Belize mainland.
This is a fabulous opportunity to go deep-sea fishing, and it is much more affordable in Belize than it would be in the United States.
Transportation at Sea
Although renting a boat on Ambergris Caye can be a ton of fun, it can also be a great way to get around. You might rent a boat to get you back to Belize City for your return flight home, or you might want to rent a boat to take you to a deserted beach nearby.
Since renting boasts is reasonable in price, things like water taxis are a real option for travelers, and they are quite exciting for visitors who are more used to getting around by car.
Scuba Diving and Snorkeling
One of the highlights of a trip to Ambergris Caye is the opportunity to experience life underwater. Through scuba diving and snorkeling, you can see the marine life that life in the Hol Chan Marine Preserve, watch sharks and sting rays eat chum in Shark Ray Alley and admire the coral in the pristine reefs surrounding the island.
With a boat rental, you can head straight to the most scenic locations without having to swim far on your own.
Relaxation and Romance
To truly relax during your time on Ambergris Caye, you will want to head out onto the water. There are few activities that can compete with sailing along the open sea, watching the sunset with a loved one or enjoying a picnic on a private beach that you arrived on by boat.
Renting a boat on Ambergris Caye is a wonderful way to enjoy your vacation on the island. Click here to book your vacation to Belize and make the most of your time on the island.