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    Teen Adventure Camp Voyage Intinerary-Belize

2009 Voyages     June 13-July 3     July 5-July 25     July 27-August 16


    A Water Planet Adventures adventure camp voyage, is truly a journey of exploration and discovery. You will never be bored as each new day unfolds to reveal places, challenges, experiences and events unlike any you have known before.

Day 1-5
    You've finally arrived. Your first night aboard will be a relaxing evening where you'll meeting your new shipmates. Dinner's on the staff tonight while you explore the strange surroundings and learn where everything is located. When morning arrives we'll set sail for the first time and make our way to a nearby reef for a few hours of snorkeling and swimming. Then it's off to a quiet, shallow, sandy bottomed lagoon where we'll anchor for the while everyone adjusts to life aboard and we begin learning underwater scuba skills if you are a newbie, or sharpening the skills you already possess for certified divers before beginning your first advanced classes. When everyone is ready, it's time to move on to our first reef dives to complete Open Water Scuba Certification and more Advanced Open Water dives. By day five everyone will be certified divers and ready to move on to bigger challenges. But now it's time to head for port and our first expedition into back country of Belize to discover what awaits.

Day 6-10
    Everyone is a certified diver now and it's time to use those new skills. We set sail for the 120 mile long barrier reef which lies offshore where you will see things you have only seen on TV before now. You will learn why reefs are important to the global ecosystem and observe strange animals and plants where they live. We'll travel along the reef by day and anchor off a new tropical island every night. We'll visit shipwrecks and test our new diving limits. Time for a shore visit again and perhaps a trip into the jungle to an ancient Mayan city or perhaps to ride an inner tube down a lost river.

Day 11-15
    Our course is north toward numerous Cayes (islands) and reefs. As we sharpen our scuba and sailing skills we will also observe the different types of reef structures including patch reefs, faro's, fringing reefs, the barrier reef and maybe even an atoll if the seas are favorable. Even the islands differ from place to place with beaches, mangrove islands and built up coral islands. With the islands behind us we make our way toward shore and a visit into the famous Cockscomb Mountains and Jaguar Preserve, the only one in the world.

Day 16-21
    There is still lot's to do and more scuba certifications to complete. Everyone aboard is an experienced diver with Advanced or Rescue Certifications as well as numerous Specialities and we are ready for anything. We'll head out to the southern most reefs rarely visited by people for our remaining days aboard. Reef life abounds and every excursion underwater provides opportunities for photography and encounters with large sea creatures and huge schools of fish. The crew is in charge and where we sail and dive is your decision right up until the last sunset.

    Your last night aboard back in Placencia Village will give you the opportunity to shop for souvenirs, reminisce, and pack for the trip home. Be sure to exchange email addresses with all your new found friends and the staff. You'll want to stay in touch for years to come.


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