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‘Spearheading’ Lionfish conservation in Belize this September!!!!
Lionfish are destroying our reef! ReefCI and SafeSpear need your help!
Calling all divers, snorkelers, journalists, underwater photographers and videographers. Come join ReefCI in the FIRST EVER month long lionfish derby! Stay for 1, 2, 3 or 4 weeks and help us Spear them, dissect them, analyze them, prepare them and eat them!
Bring your cameras, bring your videos and help spread awareness about the lionfish invasion! Our aim is to break every record and remove as many lionfish as possible during a 4-week period. We already hold the record for the LARGEST lionfish caught in Belize, come help us break many more.
ReefCI is so passionate about the issue we are offering a 15% discount on our standard rates for all bookings during lionfish September. We cannot do it without you!!
Included in the trip:
• Island transfers.
• All island accommodation.
• All meals on the island.
• All diving.
• PADI Open Water and Advanced Open water certifications (a $50US admin fee applies).
• Diving equipment.
• Spears and bags will be supplied.
• Prizes and recognition for individual records!
This is an exciting new collaboration between ReefCI and SafeSpear!
At the end of the trip, everyone will be a ReefCI & SafeSpear certified “Lionfish Hunter” and will receive a certification.
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“The Worst Part was leaving!!” Kim, July2013
“This trip is my favorite travel experience that I have ever had.
Of course lionfish spearing was one of my favorite parts because not only were we able to help remove them from the reef, but they were delicious to eat.
I am a pescatarian (a vegetarian but I eat fish and other seafood) and there was never a meal on the island where I thought that I didn’t get enough to eat. All of the food was amazing (thank you Adrianne and Brittany)! There was nothing better than eating a fish that was caught earlier that day (delicious!!!) ”
One of my favorite parts of this trip was that while I was having a blast diving, I was also helping with the reef conservation.
There was never a dull moment the entire time I was in Belize!! I was having a blast thanks to the ReefCI team.
The worst part was leaving. The question isn’t IF I am going to go back, but rather WHEN I will go back, and I don’t think that I will be able to stay away for long.”
Kim, July 2013