Hamanasi Adventure & Dive Resort on Belize is the perfect scuba diving resort for those that want to go diving one day and discover ancient Mayan ruins the next day. So, the resort is located on the mainland and southern coast just south of Dangriga. More importantly, the resort is known worldwide for their deluxe and standard tree house rooms. So, they also have beachfront suites for newlyweds, beachfront rooms, and beachfront plus rooms. Each room or suit has Air conditioning, ceiling fans, and hair dryers. Deluxe tree houses also have a mini fridge and Jacuzzi. Enjoy our article on Belize and Un-Belizable Diving and Adventure!
The Hamanasi Adventure & Diving Center at the resort does 2 tank half day dives and 3 tank full day dives. Furthermore, they have a large rental supply, retail, Nitrox, and selective dive courses. This is a PADI 5-Star Golden Palm Facility. So, they have three dive boats, a 45ft, 43ft, and a 34 ft long boat. The boat ride times out to the 2nd largest great barrier reef from is about 30 minutes. So, the rides out to places such as Blue Hole and Lighthouse Reef can take 2 hours one way. Therefore, diving a Belize atoll is an all-day affair, but more than worth it. There are 3 atolls out here: Glover's Reef Atoll, Turneffe Reef Atoll, and Lighthouse Reef Atoll.
Expect to see spotted eagle rays, turtles, dolphins, sharks, groupers, seahorses and more!
From the look out on top of the Great House at the resort you can view the beachfront and Mayan forests. The Great House is also the location for the Singange restaurant, gift shop, library, and bar. The restaurant has a continental breakfast or hot buffet. Fine dining cuisine selections for lunch and dinner are chosen from an a la cart menu and prepared by chefs. You can dine in the restaurant, by the romantic poolside, try beach dining, or enjoy a meal on your private veranda. They offer international as well as local Caribbean cuisine with Garifuna influence.Finally, for activities on Belize other than scuba diving, you can go kayaking, snorkeling, or bicycling. Better yet, take a tour to a Mayan ruin, jungle, waterfall, or cave. Birding, visiting the Jaguar Preserve, or going on a Magical Mayan History Tour.