Underwater Revival: Scuba Diving and Marine Conservation

Video and Photos

Conservation Diving
Conservation Diving
Take a rest in a hammock between the palms
Take a rest in a hammock between the palms
Take part in fish survey and data collecting
Take part in fish survey and data collecting
Spear lionfish, the main threat to Belize marine world
Spear lionfish, the main threat to Belize marine world

About

Travel to Belize and engage in preservation endeavors aimed to protect the brilliant Belize Barrier Reef. Immerse in a vacation filled with conservation training, fish surveyal, diving sessions.

This diving and marine conservation vacation is based in the Caribbean Sea, on Tom Owens Caye, in Belize. Far from from the mainland Caribbean Coast of Belize, the island is accessible only from the fishing village of Placencia via private boat transfer.

Your trip will include private island accommodation, hammock naps, and tasty meals, alongside private boat transfers, professional diving and research equipment and experienced instructors.

Highlights
  • Save the lively Belize Barrier Reef
  • Spear lionfish, the main threat to Belize marine world
  • Take part in fish survey and data collecting
  • Live on a private island
  • Take a rest in a hammock between the palms

Questions & Answers

Reviews

Looks like there aren't any reviews yet for this program.  Leave a Review

About UpTrek

UpTrek is an online travel booking platform helping people discover and book exceptional travel experiences. We partner with deeply knowledgeable, inspiring local hosts, so that you may have all the best experiences right at your fingertips. Choose...