A magical 5 hour nature watching trip! You will stop to snorkel at different locations in the ocean and the Bacalar Chico River. Once you enter the Bay of Chetumal, you will travel through ancient Mayan canals that were once part of a trade route. You can stop on one island and see an abandoned antique steam engine (nobody really knows where it came from or what it is doing in the middle of Chetumal Bay). Also, you may visit the canons from a Spanish galleon that was stranded during a hurricane. Your final destination is a small island where many rare species of birds nest. This trip allows you to see the diversity of ecosystems that surround Xcalak- if you are really lucky, you may even spot a manatee!!!
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|2 to 3 snorkelers||$75|
|4 to 8 snorkelers||$70|
A Kayak is the perfect way to explore the shallow reef portion between the shore and the barrier reef, as well as the multiple mangrove, river and lagoon habitats along the coast. We have gained a lot of experience in running kayak trips from our partnership with the Island Expeditions Company.
We offer guided kayak trips as well as kayak rentals. We have single and double kayaks. A free lesson is included in kayak rentals.
|Prices per person||2 to 3 people (per person)||4 to 8 people (per person)|
|2 hour kayak trip||$35||$30|
|3 hour kayak trip||$40||$35|
|5 hour kayak trip||$70||$60|
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Enjoy a day trip to neighboring Belize! Ambergis Key is just a few miles south of Xcalak. San Pedro, the bustling metropolis at the south end of the key, offers a bit more "civilization", shopping, and restaurants. The scenic boat ride takes about 1 1/2 hours each way.
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Immigration fees in Belize not included (usually $20 USD per person during weekdays plus $50 USD for the boat to split amongst passengers, weekends are usually double).