Belize Aggressor IV - Belize
7 Nights’ accommodations (Double Occupancy), Round Trip International Airport Transfers, All Meals (Except Friday Night Dinner), Snacks, Non-Alcoholic Beverages, Local Beer and Wine and an Average of 27 Dives (4 to 5 Dives per Day Depending on Weather and Itinerary) (Not Included Port/Park Fees, Fuel Surcharges and Government Taxes When Applicable)
Travel Period: Jul. 12, 2023 - Jan. 04, 2025...View Package Details
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7 Nights’ accommodations (Double Occupancy), Round Trip Airport/Local Hotel Transfers, All Meals, Snacks, Non-Alcoholic Beverages, Local Beer and Wine, Average of Up To 22 Dives Including Night Dives and a Land Excursion (Not Included Transfers, Port and Park Fees)
Cocos Island Aggressor
Dec. 02 - 12, 2023
Jan. 10 - 20, 2024
Mar. 01 - 11, 2024
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Climate: Wet Season is August till October; Dry Season is March till December with the best water conditions and marine life. Air temperatures range from 16 – 27°C / 60 – 81°F
Water Temperature: 26 – 30°C / 79 – 85°F
Time: UTC -6:00
Language: English is the official language. Spanish other dialects are widely spoken.
Currency: Belize Dollars [BZD] (official), US dollars (No Coins), traveler’s checks & major credit cards are generally accepted.
Electricity: 110 Volt. Standard Plug Type (2 Flat Blades)
Marriage Requirements: Please contact the local tourism board for instructions and requirements.
Airport(s): Phillip S.W. Goldson International Airport (BZE)
Hyperbaric Chambers: San Pedro Town, Sub-Aquatic Safety Service of Belize
Home of the second largest reef system in the world and the longest barrier reef in the Western Hemisphere, Belize lies on the East Coast of Central America bordering Mexico to the north, Guatemala to the West and South, and the Caribbean Sea to the East. Belize is most famous for its Great Blue Hole, a geographic phenomenon that lies 60 miles offshore. 300 feet across, 412 feet deep and full of stalactites, you will often see bull, reef and hammerhead sharks. There are also three magnificent atolls (out of four coral atolls in the Caribbean) and over 400 species of fish. The country is 174 miles long & 68 miles wide. Belize’s 8,866 square miles is dominated by mountains & waterfalls.
We LOVED the crew and diving on the Belize Aggressor IV and have lots of new friends. We’d go on that trip again in a heartbeat.
Everything went smoothly for our transfer to St. George’s. Those guys are amazing! We got a chance to meet Tim, the owner, and chat with him. We loved the staff and vibe at the resort, and again, met a bunch of new friends. The only bummer from the trip was the sand flea bugs were out in full force with the rainy season still going strong. But, we knew that could be an issue and it didn’t keep us from thoroughly enjoying ourselves!...
Wonderful trip with my bride. Boat was about 3 shy of divers. Rooms had plenty of storage and comfortable beds. Entire boat was well kept and never felt over crowded. Entire staff was friendly and helpful.
Aggressor fleet provided too much food, great dive deck, warm towels after dive, fin service, and excellent warm adult drink after night dive.
Great dive briefings, always felt safe and put us on excellent healthy reef. Only bummer was the nitrox was not a full mix due to damaged tank that was awaiting a part. Would recommend without hesitation.
My experience was not perfect but very good on board. Crew service and food were excellent. My accommodations were very good, though some other passengers in two cabins experienced air conditioning problems. Diving was excellent with clear water and lots of marine life. But disappointingly we were unable to do the Blue Hole dive, in part because of weather and in part because of the size of the boat (Belize Aggressor IV), which made it difficult to maneuver into the hole. The companion boat, Belize Aggressor III, did the dive while we couldn’t.
Ground transfers provided by Aggressor were accommodating and satisfactory....
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