Turneffe Atoll Fishing, Belize
Turneffe Flats has long been recognized as one of Belize’s premier saltwater fly fishing, SCUBA diving and marine eco-tourism destinations. Located on the incredibly beautiful Turneffe Atoll, they specialize in superior service for a limited number of guests.
Awaken in your air-conditioned beachfront cabana to an incredible tropical seascape expansive bonefish flats, and surf breaking over the reef. They are ideally located to enjoy Turneffe’s 250 square miles of bonefishing flats, coral reefs and rich marine life.
For more than three decades, Turneffe Flats has been known as one of the World’s finest saltwater desinations. Their diverse fishery, with the opportunity to land bonefish, permit and tarpon on a given day, sets Turneffe Flats apart from other destinations. Turneffe’s crystal clear, wadeable flats make bonefishing a mainstay of their fishing, and Turneffe is also one of a select group of saltwater destinations offering anglers the opportunity to experience the excitement of fishing to tailing permit. Additionally, Turneffe is home to large, migratory tarpon between April and October with resident fish tarpon throughout the year. Snook and several other species are also available.
Belize’s atolls are consistently rated among the world’s best diving destinations and Turneffe Flats is ideally located to take advantage of the best sites. They emphasize personalized service and maximum flexibility with small dive groups led by their excellent, service-oriented dive team. They offer three dives dally including a weekly trip to the Blue Hole if weather permits. PADI Dive Instruction is available with a range of courses including Open Water Referrals, Advanced SCUBA Diver Certification and various Specialty Courses.
Because there are so many wonderful things to see and do at Turneffe, they have developed a unique marine eco-tour vacation combining world-class snorkeling with other exciting and educational activities. Activities, in addition to snorkeling, include observing manatees, crocodiles and dolphins in their natural habitats. Learn the fascinating history of Belize and the Turneffe Atoll from one of the experienced naturalist guides or just relax in a hammock under the coconut palms.