Mexico Rocks is an isolated patch reef, a hotspot for sea life sitting alone in shallow, sunny waters.
Fantastic coral formations, including broad fans and textured brain-like surfaces, serve as a playground for some of Belize’s iconic species.
Huge lobsters clamber over coral while soft sponges are played upon by the tide. Moray eels gawk at nurse sharks gliding overhead.
Snorkel down and visit this underwater world, brilliantly lit and accessible even for first-time snorkelers.