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Rates

A full line of rental kayaks and trip support materials from Prijon, Wildwasser, Diamond Brand, Seattle Sports and Coleman are available as well as full logistical support that includes support boats, lodging, route planning, and provisioning services. The same rentals and services are available to guests wanting to only camp the barrier reef islands. (All prices in USD, effective December 2014 and subject to change with minimums & maximums in effect)

Kayak Rentals, Gear, and Services: Price
Single sea kayak & standard gear: $35/day
Double sea kayak & standard gear: $60/day
Kayak sail: $10/day
Paddle boards:(water-shoes required in coral areas) $15/day
Land to caye shuttle (for up to two passengers and kayaks): $150 each way
Adventure/paddle guide:(food must be provided by traveler for guide) $100/day
Support boat during expeditions: $200/day
Camping Supplies & Fees: Price
Tent (2- and 4-person) $15/day
Hennessey Hammock $10/day
Bedrolls (pad & light blanket) $5/night
Kitchen (4-6 people, includes stove and fuel) $20/day
Stove & fuel $15/day
Bug shelter $15/day
Dry bags & water bags $2/day
Tent/Hammock camping (Saddle Caye South) $5/night
Entire Island Reservation (Saddle Caye South) $300/day
Lodging (Placencia) Price
Island Rustic Cabana $100/night
Efficiency guest room $30/night
Private cabana $60/night
Tent/Hammock spot $5/night

Kayakbelize.com is a licensed tour operator by the Belize Tourist Board. Our guides are eco- trained and licensed by the Belize Tourist Board. Our boat captains are safety-trained and licensed by the Belize Port Authority. Our boats are licensed by the Belize Port Authority. The Belize Barrier Reef is a World Heritage Property.

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