We went with Amigo Del Mar. And our guide is Santiago! We had great time. My daughter said it is the best way to celebrate her 16th birthday! The sharks are so friendly and are not frightening at all!
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You can get up close and personal with the Nurse Sharks and Caribbean Whiptail stingrays as well as the fish they call Belizean Piranha. I had fish scales on my camera and on my legs, arms and back. Didn't even notice until I got ready...More
Great place to go snorkeling. You can expect to see plenty of fish, rays and, of course, the typical ray sharks. We were even lucky enough to see a big turtle.
I have swimmer with rays on many occasions. I was pleasantly surprised when I went to this place. The sharks and rays surround you like pigeons at the park. It's a bit spooky at first getting in the water with that many sharks, half the...More
El Gato treated us to an unforgettable snorkeling experience at Shark Ray Alley. They actually grabbed a shark and let lus pet it - hands on experience!!!
Shark Ray Alley is definitely worth a snorkel stop. I liked this better than Hol Chan because it felt more vivid and full of wildlife. Even though the sharks are nurse sharks, it's a little startling to see them. There was so much sea life...More
We rented a tour from The Dive Bar close by the house that we stayed in. We first went to the Marine Reserve where we saw tons of sea life. Our girls were a bit afraid to be swimming with sharks, but these were nurse...More
This was our 2nd stop for the day. Out guide had to chum the ray and sharks. There were at least 6 other boats full of people in that area. Our guide did however lead us around so we could get a good look and...More