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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.
Belize, located in Central America, is an underwater extravaganza that offers adventures for all levels of divers from beginners to the more experienced. One could spend weeks exploring the various reef types and diving adventures in the turquoise waters off Belize's coast. Packing more eco-diversity into one square mile than any other country on the planet, Belize is exploding with animal and plant life of incredible assortment.
 
The Belize Barrier Reef is 185 miles of unblemished beauty. Between the mainland and the reef are shallow, sandy waters with numerous mangrove-covered islands, known as cayes. The Belize Barrier Reef is made up of 127 offshore cayes. In fact, it has the best preserved marine ecosystem in the world and is a United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) world heritage site, offering crystal clear waters where divers can discover hundreds of unique species of fish.
 
Explore Belize's Amazing Atolls
 
The atolls of Belize are consistently rated amongst the world's top scuba diving locations. An atoll is a ring of coral that grows completely around the shoreline of an island and over time continues to grow upward on top of itself as the island erodes away.
  • Turneffe Atoll – the largest and most diverse coral atoll in the Caribbean, Turneffe offers spectacular underwater terrain including spur and groove formations, sandy ledges and sheer walls providing spectacular dive sites for every level of diver. The eastern side of Turneffe is protected by 35 miles of reef and drops gradually to a depth of about 60 feet. Turneffe's southern point houses the Elbow, which is well known for schools of pelagic fish.
     
  • Lighthouse Reef – home to the Half Moon Caye Natural Monument, this top dive destination includes 15 square miles of atoll in addition to another 15 square miles of surrounding waters. Lighthouse Reef has been a protected marine reserve since 1981 and has rich underwater life that includes dolphins.
     
  • Glover's Reef – this is Belize's most remote atoll and has elk horn coral forests. Covering 90 square miles, the waters of Glover's Reef are renowned for remarkable clarity and profusion of marine life. The ring around Glover's Reef outlines the shoreline of an ancient island that once existed in this location.
Beyond the atolls, Belizean waters are host to eight protected marine sites that showcase the region's remarkably unique marine ecosystems.
 
Belize is a Diving Destination
 
Another top place to dive and the most famous spot in Belize is the Great Blue Hole. Ranked as one of the top 10 best places to dive in the world, this circular deep depression in the centre of more than 75 square miles of shallow, blue-green water has a maximum depth of 412 feet. Plan to dive either the north or south side to a depth of 100 to 150 feet, where the shallowest cave features are found, and remember to begin your dive by snorkeling the coral rim as this will conserve air.
 
To access these exceptional dive sites quickly, stay on the luxurious private island of Belize Dive Haven, located 30 miles offshore from Belize City in the centre of the country's diving mecca. Whether you are a seasoned scuba diver or are looking for your first underwater adventure, Belize Dive Haven offers a variety of breathtaking dive sites for you to discover.
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