Today, we spent a blissful day on the paradise island of Ranguana Caye. In the morning, guests circumnavigated the small two-acre island by snorkel. They witnessed aquarium like conditions: crystal-clear waters and an incredible diversity of fish, including a school of thousands of small silverside baitfish. In the afternoon, we relaxed and enjoyed the white sand beach as we sipped ice-cold cocktails and floated in kayaks. Ranguana Caye is truly a little slice of heaven sitting in the middle of the barrier reef of Belize.
National Geographic Sea Lion
Today we woke up to a beautiful sunrise o n National Geographic Sea Lion in Belize. We are getting ready to do an inland activity that will take us to a waterfall to enjoy part of the day and the possibility to do tubing down a river called South Stan Creek River. It was my first time and I was very impressed by the natural beauty of the waterfall and the rock formation. We enjoyed about an hour at the falls then took a drive to the tubing site. We passed by land once used for growing oranges and bananas. At the private waterfall and river access, we did some swimming and tubing. Some guests saw scarlet macaws while tubing. It was a great expedition to the foot of a Mayan mountain. This afternoon, after a spectacular lunch, we rode Zodiacs to a place called the Yacht Club. Here we got the chance to enjoy a performance by the Garifuna Collective, a group that plays a kind of music known as punta. It was a fond farewell to Belize.