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Moho River in Southern Belize

Pioneers in Sustainable Tourism

What began as a road trip has evolved into a model of sustainable tourism.

What began as a road trip has evolved into a model of sustainable tourism.

Transformational travel might be the latest buzzword, but we’ve been practitioners, and believers,that experiential travel changes lives, since establishing Island Expeditions in 1987. We'll lead you on an unforgettable journey through the natural landscapes of Belize,its diverse cultures and fascinating history.

We introduced the modern sea kayak to Belize in 1987 and brought the first stand-up paddleboard trips to the country’s seldom explored coral reefs and tropical cayes. We continue to explore and innovate establishing unique adventure basecamps on the outer atolls and building eco- friendly lodges in spectacular rainforest settings.

 

 

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Gold Standard Certification

2020-11-17

We are happy to announce that we have been approved and recognized with Belize’s Tour Operator Gold Standard Certification.  In order to ensure and guarantee safe travel conditions for all our guests and staff m

Thank you from the Belize Crew!

2020-10-15

All of us at Island Expeditions have been completely blown away by the response to our Island Expeditions Belize Crew Fundraiser through GoFundMe.  We

Go Fund Me Fundraiser started for Island Expeditions Staff

2020-09-18

When the press announcement came that Belize would completely close its borders on April 5, 2020 , we were already worried for what might happen to this tiny country so

The activities were very well organized and guides were super helpful, knowledgable and encouraging. I had such a wonderful time, a totally unique experience!
Charlotte D.
Lighthouse Reef
This was an epic trip for my daughter and me and the value for money, service provided and sights and sounds of the barrier reef was incredible.
Richard G.
Epic Adventure