Monday, August 29, 2011

Price Changes and Reef Fishing

Hello Everyone,
We have some small changes in our new price list.
4 or 5 items have gone up by $5.usd.
We're trying to stay ahead of these galloping gas prices.
I have also added fishing trips.
We have on staff a local fishing guide 'Efrain Sedacy' and added a 25 foot fishing boat.
He does Reef Fishing only.
Reef Fishing is very productive and fish are caught by everyone young and old. 
All equipment is provided.
Reef Fishing is not "Catch and Release' like Bone,Tarpon and Permit, instead its successful in catching Snapper, Grouper and Barracuda that the Guide will clean for you and the restaurants will cook for your lunch or dinner. 

 P.S.  On Sundays from now until Christmas we are offering an afternoon Hol Chan Shark Ray Alley snorkeling trip at 2:00pm  and also a Two-Tank Dive Trip at 1:00pm on Sundays in addition to our normal daily 9am departures for these two trips.
White Sands Dive Shop 011- 501 226-2405

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Belize Weather for September

Belize Weather for September

September temperatures in Belize average around 81°F (27°C), with highs of 86°F (30°C) and lows of 77°F (25°C). There is increasing rainfall, especially in early mornings and at night, but most days are sunny with warm temperatures. High on the list of Belize’s many charms is a very comfortable tropical climate with an average yearly temperature of 84° F (29°C). Costal sea breezes and Belize’s large tracts of jungle and rainforests provide cooling relief even in the hottest summer months while winters can be cool but never very cold. In short, the climate is pretty much near perfect.
Even in winter the temperature in Belize rarely falls below 60°F (16°C), while throughout summer the mercury sits at around 86°F (30°C). Humidity is also fairly consistent at around 85 percent.
With temperatures so consistent year round, Belize has two, rather than four seasons– the wet and the dry.
Belize’s dry season, falling between February and May, has significantly lower rainfall than the rest of the year, and when rain does come it is usually in mild, short bursts.

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