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DISCOVER SIR HAKIMI'S BELIZE DIVE HAVEN
DISCOVER SIR HAKIMIS BELIZE DIVE HAVEN Imagine a private island located in the centre of Belize's diving Mecca, 30 miles offshore from Belize City, where you can overnight where you dive, just a scant hundred yards from the matchless splendor of the reef.

It's easy to get to any of the exceptional dive sites from here. And when you're ready to explore above the surface, it's the perfect place from which to make your foray into the Belize mainland, with its tropical rainforests, majestic mountains, Mayan ruins and warm, friendly people. You'll find all this at Sir Hakimi's Belize Dive Haven, where luxury meets the forefront of underwater exploration.
INVESTORS - GET IN ON THE GROUND FLOOR
INVESTORS - GET IN ON THE GROUND FLOOR Sir Hakimi's Belize Dive Haven is a dream in the process of being realized. This exclusive, private island already boasts a 300-foot pier with a 60' x 70' restaurant overlooking the clear, blue Caribbean Sea, and a 500' dock and dredged bay to accommodate large yachts. But there's still more to be done.

Get in on the ground floor. Join us in making Belize Dive Haven the ultimate destination for divers looking for the ultimate holiday experience.
THE BEST DIVE OF YOUR LIFE!
THE BEST DIVE OF YOUR LIVE A huge variety of extraordinary dive sites line Belize's coast. The most famous, the Great Blue Hole, is considered the holy grail of dives. An almost perfectly circular sinkhole 1000 feet wide and over 400 feet deep, it's the world's largest, treating adventurous divers to spectacular views of underwater stalactites, stalagmites and columns that date from the last ice age.
And there are so many more adventures to be had. From Tureffe Island and Glovers Reef atolls to the many famous cayes and of course, the largely unexplored and still pristine barrier reef, there are hundreds of phenomenal dive sites to explore, each as distinct as it is outstanding. From gradually sloping ocean floors to astonishing 2,000-foot sheer walls where the ever-changing underwater flora and fauna never cease to enchant, divers can spend weeks in Belize and still see something new each day.
Best Place to Scuba Dive: the Great Blue Hole
 
There are many magnificent dive sites on the planet, just waiting to be explored. From Australia's Great Barrier Reef to Gansbaai in South Africa, from Maaya Thila in the Maldives to the Straits of Gubal in Egypt, divers can experience an amazing variety of underwater adventures. However, if veteran scuba divers had to pick just one country for a dive vacation, the choice would be clear: Belize. This Central American jewel has a range of experiences, including the spectacular Great Blue Hole.
 
The Belize Advantage
 
Unlike many other diving destinations, Belize is close to home for Canadians and Americans; the country is located just south of Mexico. A visa isn't required for tourists and travelling time is very short from most North American cities, perhaps just long enough to watch an in-flight movie!
 
Belize was once a British colony and its official language is English, which most residents speak fluently. Tourism is one of the country's major industries and ecotourism is well established. The fact that Belizeans are known for their warmth and easygoing hospitality is an added bonus for tourists. The unit of money is the Belizean dollar, but American dollars are widely accepted. There are also many types of food available, from local rice and bean dishes to fine dining, with a wide range of familiar and exotic foods in between. Accommodation is available for every budget, including economy hotels and exclusive island resorts. Since diving is a big part of the tourist trade, diving packages of all types abound.
 
The Great Blue Hole
 
Belize's coastline is the world's second-largest barrier reef boasting 185 miles of spectacular diving! Virtually any type of dive experience can be found in Belize, from gently sloping ocean floor dives for beginners to the holy grail of scuba diving: the Great Blue Hole.
 
Consistently named as one of the top dive sites of all time, the Great Blue Hole at Lighthouse Reef is the world's biggest limestone sinkhole. Perfectly circular, approximately 1000 feet wide, and 412 feet deep, the Great Blue Hole can be seen from space. Charles Darwin first made the site famous and later Jacques Cousteau and his Calypso crew did much to popularize the spot. This pupil in the turquoise eye of the ocean offers advanced divers a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
 
Diving the Great Blue Hole is usually a day trip beginning early in the morning and lasting about 12 hours, during which you will make three dives. The destination is a three-hour boat ride from Ambergris Caye.
 
Divers will find coral only at the top of the hole, as lack of sunlight prevents coral growth further down. Fish are not plentiful for the same reason. However, at about 130 feet, bull, blacktip, and reef sharks are sighted frequently.
 
A sandy ledge slopes from near the surface down to about 50 feet. From there it's straight down a vertical wall to about 110 feet, and into the cave, where huge stalagmites and stalactites begin to appear. These formations are thousands of years old, dating back to the last ice age. The atmosphere has been likened to that of a great cathedral.
 
If you are a diving enthusiast, you will want to experience the magic of the Great Blue Hole. Book your Belize scuba dive vacation today!
 
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