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Go Sea Tours


We offer fun, exciting, and adventurous tours in Belize. We specialize in scuba diving tours from Placencia. We also cater to the fishermen, and adventure seekers who are looking for a unique experience.

Go Sea Tours in Placencia, Belize has over 20 years of experience in managing some of the largest adventure tour groups that have come to Belize.

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Scuba Diving

Just off the coast of Placencia offers some of the best places to Scuba dive in Belize. The magnificent Barrier Reef, the second largest in the world, is awe inspiring.


Our Belize Scuba diving cruise excursions will take you on a two-tank dive in our fully equipped dive boat for an experience of self-discovery, pleasure, and endless fun.

Specialty    Diving Courses

Our courses include the following:

  • Night Diver

  • Deep Diver

  • Enriched Air Diver (Nitrox)

  • Search and Recovery

  • Multilevel and Computer

  • Peak Performance Buoyancy

  • AWARE Fish Identification

  • Underwater Navigation

  • Underwater Videographer

  • Underwater Naturalist

  • Underwater Photographer

  • Digital Underwater Photographer

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Snorkeling in the Ocean

Belize Island Hopping  & Adventures

Enjoy a snorkel and fishing tour that includes snorkeling 3 islands, as well as fishing while moving from island to island.

Great for beginners: see a lot of fish, corals and more.

We will have a cooler of cold drinks waiting for you. Let's party on the Caribbean Sea.

Belize Whale Sharks Tour

Even though whale sharks are considered one of the largest fish found in the Caribbean Sea, some growing as large as 40ft long and 4ft wide (bigger than a school bus), they are as gentle as a baby...


...making it easy for you to swim right up to them and alongside them.


These gentle giants migrate to the Gladden Spit Silk Cayes Marine Reserve to mate and feed on the spawn of Mutton and Cuberra snapper.


The best time to see these creatures are 4-5 days after the full moon. 


Seriously, diving with whale sharks is cool!

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