It’s Scuba Santa!

Tuesday, December 20th, 2011


Ambergris Caye: Have you been naughty or nice? A scuba diving Santa Claus was seen frolicking amongst the brain coral in San Pedro. Santa came face to face with a goliath grouper that seemed quite fascinated with the jolly man and his red suit.

The area where this scuba Santa makes his aquatic home is the second largest barrier reef in the world. If you’ve been nice, you may see manta rays, nurse sharks, manatees, wolf eels, and other beautiful reef fishes.

You don’t have to be Santa to go scuba diving in Belize. There are so many great places to dive, canyons, caves, wall dives, to name a few. You can even organize dive parties, with friends and family. Portofino Resort and Action divers can make your Christmas wish come true. So if you’re six miles north of San Pedro, keep your eyes open for Scuba Santa.


 

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