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Belize and Honduras are part of a diverse and spectacular Central American wonderland, with a coastline that sparkles with long stretches of blue water and barrier reefs that feature some of the world’s best scuba diving.

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This environment is pristine and cherished. In fact, the government of Belize has instituted restrictions on cruise tourism in order to protect this beloved and fragile environment.

The Belize Barrier Reef, for example, is part of the larger complex of reefs collectively known as the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef System (MBRS). The reef system supports more than 500 species of fish, as well as endangered species, such as loggerhead sea turtles. The reef is also home to one of the largest populations of manatees on earth. Lucky travelers might also catch a glimpse of the largest fish on earth, the whale shark, which congregates in the northern reaches of the MBRS.

A few steps beyond the sandy coastline, a deep green jungle stretches inland, home to many species of wild animals, including the elusive and deadly jaguar, the largest and most powerful cat to roam anywhere in the Western Hemisphere. The 430-mile coastline of northern Honduras offers Caribbean delights that rival those of its near neighbor, Belize (which used to be called British Honduras, by the way).

Cruising to Belize and Honduras with Blount Small Ship Adventures is a cruise you’ll remember forever. On this trip, you’ll be able to:

  • Learn about Central American history
  • Discover Central American culture
  • Kayak
  • Scuba dive or snorkel the Belize Barrier Reef (Charles Darwin described it as “the most remarkable reef in the West Indies.”)
  • Step off your boat onto sandy beaches of remote islands
  • Search for wildlife, including howler monkeys, iguanas, and tropical birds.

The Belize and Honduras trip travels from Belize City to Roatán. It’s an 11-night trip aboard the Grande Mariner. Prices start at $4,739, but you can save up to $2,800 off per stateroom on select departures! Please note that port charges for this trip are $325 per person.

There are currently no cruises for this destination.