Airport Transfers, Eco-friendly, Hotel Pickup, Paid Wifi
ReefCI is a not-for-profit organisation that sustains itself by offering all-inclusive Monday-Friday Marine Conservation SCUBA diving packages on a beautiful private island in Southern Belize, Central America.
Our guests help with various projects such as Reef Check surveys; Coral watch bleaching surveys, commercial fish and species surveys, turtle projects and removing the invasive Lionfish.
Compressor, Own Day Boat, Lunch, Yoke
ReefCI was an amazing and unique experience. The people are warm and friendly. The staff is awesome and knowledgeable. The diving is in a marine park where you are the only people diving. No underwater traffic jams, can't emphasize that enough. The food is amazing and varied. The acre island you live is on is peaceful and so beautiful. I can't say enough wonderful things about this organization. Diving in great places. actually helping preserve the ecology of a place you fall in love with, diving with interesting and unique people, making friends, eating great food, and doing it all in a beautiful and relaxing environment. A++ highly recommend this for people who like to get off the beaten track.
Diving with ReefCI was so much more than just a vacation.. What an incredible experience!!
Tom Owens Caye is a piece of paradise. One acre spotted with palm trees, hammocks and coral cabanas.. perfect for soaking in the Caribbean.
Diving was great! Different sites each day, from lovely shallow spots to a gorgeous 100 ft wall dive, even a night dive to glimpse the String of Pearls! Visiting ReefCI during the full moon also gave me the opportunity to swim with whale sharks- an absolutely breathtaking experience.
What sets ReefCI apart is their dedication to marine conservation. Founder Polly has an amazing passion for the work she does and has created an opportunity for guests to contribute hands-on to the many ongoing research projects.
One week just wasn't enough..
Reef CI provide unbeatable value for money, especially if you opt for one of their PADI courses, thrown in for free. In addition you get all of this:
1) Four nights on a tiny private tropical island with good company and fabulous food
2) Training in fish and coral identification and surveying from knowledgeable staff
3) The opportunity to spear lion fish, fillet them and eat them for tea - delicious!
4) The opportunity to dive in a marine reserve unmolested by other boats and divers - we never shared a dive site
5) The opportunity to swim with whale sharks and experience the phenomenal 'String of Pearls' around the full moon
Hats off to Polly for setting this up and thanks to her, Roland and the rest of the team for sharing it with the rest of us. My advice - just do it!
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