Experience the Magic of Sailing with

Ragga Sailing Adventures

Ragga Sailing Adventures is for those who are looking for unique sailing tours to the uninhabited cayes of Belize.

Unique Sailing Adventure Tours

3 Days & 2 Nights

Sailing to our private island Rendevous Caye.

Enjoy Hol Chan Reserve Snorkeling

Sailing & Snorkeling

Relax and enjoy your sailing & snorkeling tour with turtles, sharks, and stingrays

Hol Chan Snorkel and Sailing Tours

Snorkel and Sailing

Snorkel with turtles and nurse sharks at Hol Chan Marine Reserve.

The best Belize has to offer

Remote Islands

Our private island is Rendevous Caye.

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Sunset Sailing Tours

Join in on some sunset sailing with Ragga Sailing Adventures.

Sailing Tours

Our Sailing Tours We Offer

Come sail with us on our

3 Days & 2 Nights Sailing Tour

This tour was created to take you away from the high traffic areas around Caye Caulker and Belize City to the remote cayes of the southern waters of Belize. The overnight is a sailing tour that is a one way trip. There is not a round trip, back to Caulker or San Pedro. Guests often use this change of location to explore the beautiful southern mainland of Belize and then eventually move onwards or come back to Caye Caulker. What is important to note in the structure of the journey gives the customer the maximum benefit to explore a large section of the reef over a short period of time. The tour sails entirely inside the inner reef where the calm waters ensure comfort.

Our guests sail off on an adventure of a lifetime at 9:00am from the Ragga Sailing Adventures office. Rendezvous Caye is the destination on the first day, but first Goff's or Sergeant's Caye with 2 snorkeling stops and fishing along the way. This day has the longest sailing times out of the three days (5-6 hours depending on the wind) as we make our way out of the well trafficked areas to the remote areas of more Southern waters. Rendezvous Caye we will set up tents and furnish them with our mats and sheets and the Chef will strike up the grill to cook the catch of the day. Sunset on Rendezvous Caye is truly spectacular and washed down with rum cocktails and ceviche, that is a memory that will last a lifetime.

Today we will make way to Tobacco Caye. Shorter sailing times for this day (4 -5 hours depending on the wind) with snorkeling at Colson Caye, Southern Long Caye Channel and Caye Glory with the loggerhead turtle and Caribbean stingrays. We stop for the night at the picturesque Tobacco Caye.

Tobacco Caye is located off the Tobacco Caye range and located on Belize's barrier reef and has a unique charm like no other you will have seen. Here we still have the remote experience but we also have the added benefit with some creature comforts such as room or dormitory sleeping instead of tents. Once again the Chef will whip up a feast for all dietary needs and all washed down with local rum, gin or vodka drinks, juices, sodas and obviously water on tap.

For those who want to upscale and have their own private shower facilities then we can offer either Ocean View rooms or over the water cabanas for an additional $100US per room. This will obviously depend on availability when making the reservation.

Last but not the least, day 3! We take the boat off the island for a long snorkel in the Channel off the beautiful South Water Caye and manatee watching. Passengers return in time for a BBQ lunch on the beach leaving sufficient time to rinse off before packing for the journey home.

Departure will be at 2.30pm by motor boat into central Dangriga town, dropping off at the rivermouth by the Riverside Cafe. This journey will take 40 minutes and so the arrival time will be between 3:15 - 3:30pm (depending on how punctual departure time was).

Please note that the menu is fairly fish oriented however each evening meal we will add a chicken dish along with salad or veggie dishes and rice and or potatoes. When in season conch and fresh lobster will be served - shrimp throughout the year. All dietary requirements can be fulfilled as long as they are communicated to us in advance of the journey - nothing is too complicated! For those who have strong allergies to peanuts (there will be none on this trip) and for those with shellfish allergies, we are experienced in ensuring that the food preparation is perfectly safe for all guests.

Throughout the day and night there will be water at all times - guests will be encouraged to drink water to avoid dehydration. Along with water we have juice and sodas. Alcoholic beverages are served at night with local rums, vodka and gin with all the necessary mixers. We do not carry beer with us on the trip as it requires too much refrigeration and that is impossible on a three day journey off the grid - sorry! However we can confirm that the bar at Tobacco Caye can serve some nicely chilled cold beers if guests prefer this rather than our selection.

The weather is a vital component to the trip's success however it is almost impossible to be 100% accurate about the weather. For a trip to be confirmed we need to have a forecast that can allow all passengers comfort. Cloud cover is not a reason to cancel a trip as clouds rarely stay around for more than a morning or an afternoon for us on the coast. However heavy rain for more than a morning or an afternoon is reason to either cancel the trip or even postpone. We also monitor the winds. Heavy winds with cool weather can make the trip uncomfortable but in the summer months the heavy winds can be great for sailing.

Determining an accurate weather forecast will be done the eve of the trip, often in the afternoon. Generic apps that measure weather, however accurate in your home town, are not accurate for us along the coast. Let us take our experience to ascertain what is best. To do this we take advice from the Belize Met office in person, we take the time to call the Chief Forecaster directly and get their opinion. We reserve the right to postpone or cancel a trip if this information leads us to believe that the trip's success will be compromised due to the weather. This being said, most of the year we have good weather, with only rainfall at night and little or none during the day!

Come sail & snorkel with us on our

Hol Chan Snorkel & Sailing Tour

Nothing in the world can showcase this amount of marine life! We offer 5 destinations (including Tarpon view, Shark and Ray Alley, Coral Gardens, The Hol Chan Channel and the manatee stop) which ensures our guests can see all that there is to see on the Belize barrier reef.

The tour departs at 10:00am and returns at approximately 4:30pm. The trip includes Marine Reserve fees, snorkeling equipment, lunch with fruits and water and of course our famous return home before sunset with rum cocktails and lobster (when in season) or shrimp ceviche. We depart daily for this tour so come on board and join us for this truly memorable day in the caribbean sea!

We add value to this tour by undertaking the trip on one of our sailboats which offers shade, bathrooms and the additional comfort of space to allow yourself to lie down and relax to enjoy this beautiful sailing journey.

$100 USD/per person
$80 USD/for children under 11 years of age.

Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you did not do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover. - Mark Twain

See the sunset and sail on our

Sunset Sailing Tour

These two completely different times of the day and night merge nicely into a two and a half hour tour that is washed down with rum cocktails, juice and homemade chips and salsa.

Departure time for this tour is at 5:00pm, and there is a minimum of 4 persons to depart.

$50 USD/per person
$35 USD/for children under 11 years of age.

Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you did not do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover. - Mark Twain

About Ragga Sailing Adventures

Over 20 years experience in the
Belizean tourism industry.

About Us

Owner and operator of Ragga Sailing Adventures is Charlie Jones, all tours are captained and crewed by experienced BTB licensed tour guides and licensed captains from The Belize Tourism Board. We sail the largest living barrier reef in the Western Hemisphere. Ragga Sailing Adventures offers you the opportunity for you to see for yourself the jewel of the Caribbean.

Caye Caulker

Ragga Sailing Adventures is located on Caye Caulker, an island that offers its own special brand of laid-back tourism. Check out our location.

Licensed Captains
& Tour Guides

All tours are captained and crewed by experienced and licensed tour guides. We offer quality snorkeling, fishing and camping equipment. Local Belizean cuisine is provided on all tours. All you need to bring is sun tan lotion and a smile! Check out our Licensed Team.

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Our fleet of Sailboats

Ragga Phoenix is a 50 foot Fountain Pajot Saba 2019 catamaran. This boat is the largest of the fleet and is mostly used on the 3 day &2 night, overnight tours as she is a multi-level catamaran equipped with a galley, 4 showers and 4 bathrooms, large trampoline and shade areas. It can accommodate 14 - 24 guests. Coming Mid December 2023 or January 2024! Check out photos of Ragga Phoenix.

Ragga Gee is a 33 foot catamaran that is used fundamentally used for our Hol Chan Marine Reserve tours and Sunset tours. She has shade, fresh water for rinsing off, shaded seating area, bathroom and a covered galley. Check out photos of the Ragga Gee.

Summer Charm is a 33 foot catamaran. Summer Charm will be used for small trips of up to 13 passengers for the overnight sailing trip. Check out photos of the Summer Charm.

Ragga King is a 40ft Belizean built wooden boat with a gaff type rig.  This sailboat, due to the shape of her sail is unique to these waters and a favorite amongst tourists.  Ragga King, similar to Ragga Queen is used on the overnight sailing tours as well, as she is famous for her large spaces. Check out photos of the Ragga King.

Ragga Gal is the original Ragga Sailing Adventures tours sailboat.  She is a 30ft Belizean built wooden sailboat with a sloop rig. Distinctive and yellow in color, she is mostly used for day snorkeling tours and for the smaller overnight tours. Check out photos of the Ragga Gal.

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