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Mayan History and incredible diving in Belize and Mexico

Belize and Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula are troves of engaging pre-colonial history as well as superb jumping-off points for marine-based spectaculars. Accompanied by experts, take a deep dive into this rich heritage and even richer seas for a magical mix that’ll linger long in the memory.

When to go
From price
$10,500 pp*
Ideal length
7 nights


Jump into your Belize adventure by leaping from a helicopter above the Great Blue Hole. Meet the dive team and with a diver propulsion vehicle, power deeper for an exploration of this mysterious and fascinating site.  

Transfer by tender to the Turneffe Islands Atoll. While experiencing the incredible diving experience offered here, you can choose to hunt a fish with a speargun for your private chef to serve up later. The diving experiences just keep ramping up with The Wall of Half Moon Caye—often cited as the country’s very best diving location—next on the itinerary.

Rise from the thrilling deep for a fabulous lunch on quiet Sunset Beach. As evening falls, sink back into the waters for a pulse-quickening night dive as the ocean glimmers with the moonlight.

You’ll be transferred by helicopter—past waterfalls, caverns, and ancient ruins—to a luxury retreat buried in the steamy Belizean jungle. With an expert tracker, stalk jaguars through the trees while learning about this fascinating environment. 


Now in Mexico, a National Geographic guide will lead you into the clear, tranquil waters of the ancient Kankirixche, Chihuo-Hol, and Pixya cenotes. Discovering these contained ecosystems during a dive, with shafts of sunlight illuminating the depths, is an unforgettable experience.  

Just before sunrise, your helicopter will land beside Chichén Itzá—Mexico’s most significant Mayan site. With no tourists to disturb the otherworldly tranquillity of this ancient city, this is a profound final stop on your adventure, especially as the dawn light begins to shine on the weathered summit of the Temple of Kukulcán.

* Prices depend on level of experiences and accommodation. This is based on 4 adults traveling for 7 nights excluding international flights.