2507, 2020

PADI 2020 Save the Ocean and Women’s Dive Day

By |July 25th, 2020|Blog|0 Comments

PADI Women’s Dive Day has grown into a worldwide celebration that brings everyone together – not just women – to turn passion into purpose for the ocean. Since the inception of PADI Women’s Dive Day, events around the globe have taken on conservation causes giving divers the opportunity to give back and have a positive impact on ocean health.  This year PADI Women’s Dive Day was extra special.  Quality and Safety have always been a part of all Splash’s Mission and philosophy.  With Covid-19 and it is now Health. Quality and Safety!


We began the week by disinfecting and preparing our dive […]

1907, 2020


By |July 19th, 2020|Blog|0 Comments

Opening of the Belize International Airport is less than a month away and Splash is getting ready to receive international visitors.  In addition to making the necessary preparations for protecting our guests and crew, we are continuing diving and snorkeling tours and dive training.  Today we celebrate Women’s Dive Day and we have several students doing the PADI Open Water course!  While we have set up our dive center and boats to be able to observe social distancing, we had a short relapse today to get everyone into the photo.

This boat is a 46 foot Newton Dive Special with two […]

2706, 2020


By |June 27th, 2020|Blog|0 Comments

Prime Minister Dean Barrow announced that the Belize International Airport will open on August 15 as Phase Three of five phases. In the near term, entry will be very closely controlled to minimize the potential spread of covid-19.

Airport arrival procedures will include health screening.  Accommodation choices will be limited to hotels and resorts that have received the Gold Standard Certification.  The first ones to open are those that can provide airport pickup and drop off, isolated tours and in-house restaurants.

To come to Belize you must download the Belize Health App and register your accommodation on the app to receive your […]

2106, 2020


By |June 21st, 2020|Blog|0 Comments

Belize is paradise on earth with the longest barrier reef in the northern hemisphere and mysteries abound in the extensive areas of pristine jungle in wildlife sanctuaries, forest reserves and national parks.  That is why you want to come here as soon as you can and as often as you can!  We are waiting for you and ask you to do your best to help keep Belize pristine.

Here are a few things you can do to help Mother Nature.

Eating and Plastics:  We have lots of great food in Belize but please avoid take out in single use plastic containers.  We […]

1306, 2020


By |June 13th, 2020|Blog|0 Comments

We will be doing a dive trip tomorrow to Silk Cayes and to checkout our policies and procedures in this covid-19 world.  Our equipment has all been disinfected, all surfaces sanitized, and we are ready to go.  The objective of our updated procedures is to protect the safety and health of our guests and employees.  The main components are wearing of masks, social distancing and clean/disinfect/sanitize.

The mask rule is simple.  If you are not eating lunch or do not have a dive regulator or snorkel in your mouth you must wear a mask.

We have a large dive center and lots […]

806, 2020


By |June 8th, 2020|Blog|0 Comments

Pressure is increasing to open the Belize International Airport, but Belize continues its firm continuation of the State of Emergency though to the end of this month.  Any decision on relaxing the State of Emergency must be approved by The National Oversight Committee which is co-chaired by the Prime Minister and the Leader of the Opposition.

More than fifty hoteliers have signed a letter to the Prime Minister and Leader of the Opposition asking that they open the international airport on July 1 saying that if Belize wants to continue to be a top tier Caribbean and Central American destination, travelers […]

3005, 2020


By |May 30th, 2020|Blog|0 Comments

“Тоurіѕm іѕ our lаrgеѕt јоb сrеаtоr and is the bіggеѕt соntrіbutоr tо GDР and fоrеіgn ехсhаngе. Last year Тоurіѕm ехреndіturе іn Веlіzе wаѕ 502.3 mіllіоn UЅ dоllаrѕ. Bеtwееn Јаnuаrу аnd Арrіl оf thіѕ уеаr, tоurіѕt ѕреndіng іn Веlіzе fеll bу 82 mіllіоn UЅ dоllаrѕ.  Untіl thе International Airport саn rеореn, іt іѕ оnlу gоіng tо gеt wоrѕе” says Belize Prime Minster Dean Barrow.

Belize had been anxiously tying for a Јulу 1ѕt rеopening of the Belize International Airport.  This opening would have been ѕubјесt tо the passengers having а nеgаtіvе СОVІD-19 РСR tеѕt rеѕult nо еаrlіеr thаn 72 hоurѕ bеfоrе trаvеlіng. […]

2305, 2020


By |May 23rd, 2020|Blog|0 Comments

Belize closed its borders on  March 22 after the first covid-19 infected person  arrived in Belize.   Through a combination of quick response when the first case was detected, strong enforcement of the State of Emergency regulations with fines and jail time for violators and through public education and transparency, Belize has now been covid-19 free for over 6 weeks.

The borders are still closed as surrounding countries all have active covid-19 cases.  As a result, hundreds of Belizeans have been “trapped” outside of Belize and unable to return home.

With covid-19 under control Belize is now preparing to open its borders for […]

1505, 2020

Belize Covid Free For One Month and Starting to Open Up

By |May 15th, 2020|Blog|0 Comments

Yesterday the Prime Minister of Belize announced the aspirational goal of opening the International Airport saying “A July 1 re-start for international flights, is the fervent hope of us all. Indeed, it has been the trigger for contingency tourism planning that is now well advanced. Unfortunately, however, we must concede the distinct possibility of a push back. Unless, for instance, either a rapid test is available for us to screen visitors or they can produce a satisfactory passport immunity certificate, it is difficult to see how we could proceed.”

Belize was able to get on top of covid-19 through

quick response […]

605, 2020

No Active Covid-19 Cases in Belize May 5 2020

By |May 6th, 2020|Blog|0 Comments

While the country wide Statute declaring a State of Emergency stays in place until the 30 June, the country is cautiously opening up.  The possibility of a second wave is a concern.

The adult curfew from 8:00 pm to 5:00 am and to 6:00 am for minors is still in place, by law everyone must wear masks in public places, and social distancing of 6 feet must be practiced.  These regulations are strongly enforced by the police.

The border remains closed.  Caution remains the catchword as Belize’s neighbors have active covid-19 cases.  Belize has had 18 […]