Did you know that Belize has around 900 Mayan sites?
Belize has no MacDonalds, Starbucks, Burger King or KFC??
Or that local people refrain from swimming on Good Friday in case they turn into fish??
Check out these, and other, interesting and quirky facts about this beautiful country on our blog; http://reefci.com/2013/07/24/10-interesting-and-quirky-facts-about-belize/ then email us at [email protected] and book your trip!!
Are you up for a challenge??
ReefCI intern Harri is pictured here with his record catch, 54 lionfish from one dive!!
The Lionfish is an invasive species and extremely harmful to the coral reefs and its inhabitants. Harri has just saved hundreds of thousands of juvenile reef fish! No wonder he is looking pleased with himself!!
Do you want to challenge Harri’s record and join ReefCI during September? We are hosting a month long Lionfish removal derby, in the Sapodilla Cayes Marine Reserve. You can have loads of fun on our beautiful remote Caribbean island whilst helping us remove this destructive, invasive species. And if the “feel good factor” of cleaning the reef is not enough, we are offering a 15% discount to all September 2013 visitors. Email us now to book your space. Limited places available!!
“Great Overall Experience!”
“I spent two weeks with ReefCI and had a great experience. The staff are exceptional to work with and go out of their way to make sure things are well with you.
Safety is a big concern of theirs and 2 divemasters go on every dive to make sure things are ok. The dive sites are close by so we never had more than a 10 minute boat ride.
They have good dive classes so you can pick up your PADI ratings during the week in. I did my Advanced Open Water class with only one other person in the group during the week and they incorporated the required dives into the regular dives that were going on.
Food is good Belize cooking with a lot of the fish freshly caught by the staff. Roland and Jason even invited me to go fishing with them in the morning so I wouldn’t have to miss a dive.
Not only will you have a good time diving but will be contributing to the preservation of the reef with the various surveys they do.” Eric July 2013