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Posted by Slickrock Adventures on July 18, 2022

No Entry Requirements (Updated)

We had some rather big news from Belize Tourism Board last Thursday. Update on Belize Entry Requirements As of 14th July 2022, the Belize government removed all public health measures at the point of entry in Belize (land and sea). The following changes have been implemented: Belize Travel Insurance: The formerly ma

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Posted by Slickrock Adventures on July 13, 2022

Entry Requirements

To Belize? Or not to Belize? That is the question. Dear Slickrock Friends, We get a lot of enquiries about Belize in general, in addition to our actual island. To give you a more personal outlook on travel to Belize, and the highlights of what we offer, we are always an email or phone call away. The elephant in the room is entry requirements. If fully vaccinated and providing proof, no Covid tests

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Posted by Slickrock Adventures on May 17, 2022

Next Season

Dear Slickrock Friends, Thank you for following us, visiting us, or contemplating a visit to us. Next season is proving to be extremely popular, and we may well be in a position of turning people away on some weeks. Neri Chi with guests for a night snorkel week before last The business has never been pretentious, in fact, quite the opposite. Less is more, and the rustic cabanas, with a relaxed vib

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Posted by Slickrock Adventures on April 18, 2022

Closing Down Sale

Dear Slickrock Friends, We are closing for non-charter bookings imminently, with the very last chance to snap up a US$900 discount (from US$2,400 to US$1,500 per person), for 29th April – 8th May 2022. Private charters are still available, but otherwise, we will reopen 18th November 2022. Although we have bruises from the pandemic for the past two years, we are determined to come back to our

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April Update

Dear Slickrock Friends, We have a fire sale of 25% discounts for April 22nd, and April 29th (US$1,500 per person). Due to increasing prices in fuel, inflation, third party hotel, and general running costs, we have raised the price to pre-Covid levels, of US$2,400 per person, which is just under the US$2,425 price when I took over in 2018. The last two weeks of April are US$900 less than the new p

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Posted by Slickrock Adventures on March 2, 2022

March Forward

Dear Slickrock friends, Aside from the Covid storm that seems to be passing by, albeit very slowly, I’m looking into the long-term progression of our now 45-year-old business. New faces will be introduced in the following weeks, who will continue my vision for Slickrock and associated businesses, as I look to step back from the business this year. When I first visited in 2011, there were som

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Posted by Slickrock Adventures on February 17, 2022

Spring Break

Dear Slickrock Friends, Have a well-earned break, this Spring Break. As we stroll towards the tail-end of our season, with Covid not quite in the rear-view mirror, but getting past the worst of it, we are winding down and preparing to come back from November 25th 2022 until June 2023. Before we say goodbye for the summer, I would like you reassure you we are still here, and not planning to go any

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Posted by Slickrock Adventures on February 14, 2022

February Insurance Update

Dear Slickrock Friends,As we slide into 2022, and the ongoing saga with Covid, there is light at the end of the tunnel.As of 15th February, the Belize government has decided to bring in mandatory insurance to help reassure tourists with potential additional quarantine and medical expenses.  Tourism is the backbone of the country, often touted as 42% of GDP, when in fact, the other industries fee

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Posted by Slickrock Adventures on January 2, 2022

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year! I hope you all had a lovely Christmas, and may your 2022 be a good one. As we reflect on the past year, which actually goes back two years to the Covid situation that started to impact the business, I would like to reassure you that we are still here, despite bruises caused by Covid’s wrath. I have some very basic goals that I am 110% focused on. They are giving the Belizean

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