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What is Shark Ray Alley?

The world's largest diving magazine, Skin Diver, has given Belize's Shark-Ray Alley feature billing in two issues lately. This dive site has been selected as one of the seven best "animal dives" in the Caribbean.

For several years, local fishermen often cleaned their catch in this area, located just inside the reef, to the south of Ambergris Caye. When fishermen noticed that their activity had attracted Nurse Sharks and several Southern Sting Rays, they reported this information to the dive operations in San Pedro, who then dispatched some divers to investigate. What they found was a bonanza, and "Shark-Ray Alley" quickly became a very popular dive site.

Click here (http://AmbergrisCaye.com/pages/town/parksharkrayalley.html) for more information.

Click here (http://AmbergrisCaye.com/pages/town/divesharkholchan.html) for photographs of diving and snorkeling at Shark Ray Alley.

 

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