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Shark Ray Alley

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Hello. I've also posted a message on the Honduras Forum. So if you've read that one, too, please forgive the duplicate explanation.

I'm cruising with a group of 14 in late June. One of our ports is Belize City, Belize. Our group ranges in age from 8 to 50. A few are divers, most are snorkelers and a couple don't swim at all.

Everything I've read about Shark Ray Alley makes me really want to go there. Maybe it's just me, but it looks confusing to get to, though. It seems that by booking our own package, we can go for much cheaper than the package the cruise ship offers.

If we do that how difficult is it to get to? Will will be able to go and enjoy it and still get back to the ship in plenty of time? Are there things to do nearby for the non-snorkelers/divers in the group that might still want to go?

Any advice you can offer on tours, prices, directions, weather, opinions, reviews, etc. would be very much appreciated.

Thank you!
TLuv

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