Belize Whale Shark Snorkeling or Diving
Highlights / General details
The Belize Whale Shark season from April to June when allows these majestic animals to be observed at the Gladden Area by divers. Mutton and Cuberra snapper spawn here every year during the full moon, and the giant whale sharks come from far away to feed on the spawn and to mate.
Despite their size, whale sharks are remarkably gentle and curious. The whale shark's gentle nature makes swimming with them a special treat for divers and snorkelers. It is common on a Belize Whale Shark diving trip to see schools of snapper in the thousands with whale sharks passing through them. Divers will likely see these creatures very close, but they are not allowed to chase, ride, touch, or otherwise disturb the Whale Sharks.
Hotel pick-up and drop-off; Entrance fee; Professional tour guide; Lunch and water; 2 tanks, weights and gear.
Hours of operation
Available daily (April 22 - May 31 and June 20-28); Departs at 9:00am.
Please wear swimsuit, sun screen, and bring a camera.
Only certified divers are able to participate in dive activity. Please present certification.
Uncertified guests will snorkel instead.
There is a minimum of 8 passengers required per booking.
Please be ready 15 minutes prior the pickup schedule time at the lobby of your hotel.
Complete information, including local telephone numbers at your destination, will be included on your Confirmation Voucher.
**All information requested must be supplied or booking is subject to automatic cancellation**