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Belize is notorious worldwide for its astonishing abundance of flora, fauna and aquatic life. In fact, despite its relatively small size, the country is home to the second largest Barrier reef system in the entire globe, spanning all the way from Mexico at the north to the south end of Guatemala. It spans 185 miles of Belize coastline over 7 key marine reserve zones and over 400 marine cayes. For this reason and many others, Belize is a bucket list destination for scuba divers. In this article, we look at five of Belize’s best dive sites. Tackle Box Canyons Typical Depth Range: 66-100 ft (20-30 meters) Typical Current Conditions: None Typical Visibility: 100 ft (30 meters) If you want photographs of divers in tunnel mouths or descending through gaps in cavern roofs, Tackle Box Canyons is your dive site. This site features several deep, narrow canyons with vertical walls and can be accessed by boat about a mile offshore from downtown San Pedro. Marine life is generally good where horse-eye jacks may gather in the upper reaches of partially roofed-over caverns.  Large plates of boulder coral, heads of brain, yellow pencil, mustard hill and isolated stands of elkhorn coral form […]

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