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After over a decade in the dive business, we have learned how to keep you the safest and the happiest with Insurance and with your experience with Ambergris Divers, and with visiting Belize.  That’s why we are known for our professionalism and friendliness.  Our signature “Dive Safe” protocol has shaped our reputation as the safest dive operator in the island.

Below are descriptions of our policies and insurance programs – just a little peace of mind for us and our customers.

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Dive Insurance

Are You Covered?
At Ambergris Divers, we believe it’s always a good idea to protect your dive vacation investment and your health.  That’s why we offer travel/trip, dive accident, group term life, and equipment insurance through DAN (Divers Alert Network), a non-profit scuba diving and dive safety association.

For as low as $40 per person, you can insure your dive vacation in Ambergris Caye, Belize.  See below for more information and links.

DAN Dive Accident Insurance (up to $250,000 in coverage available)

DAN Trip Insurance

DAN Dive Equipment & Camera Insurance

  • Worldwide Coverage Territory
  • Protect dive equipment, cameras, housings, lenses, and strobes.
  • Coverage is subject to policy terms and conditions.
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DAN Group Term Life Insurance (up to $200,000 in coverage available)

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As part of the Ambergris Divers signature “Dive Safe” protocol, we emphasize a handful of very simple rules, which prove to be highly effective given our impeccable track record for safety.
With every guest, we follow the Ambergris Divers DOs and DON’Ts:


  • Drink plenty of water to prevent dehydration
  • Dive conservatively within table/computer limits
  • Ascend slowly – no faster than 30 fpm
  • Make safety stops after every dive
  • Listen Carefully to your DM’s briefings and follow the Dive Profile


  • Drink alcohol, coffee or sodas immediately before or after dives
  • Over-exercise or take hot showers after diving
  • Avoid getting too cold during and after diving


(A) Blotchy skin rash             (B) Weakness
(C) Staggering                         (D) Coughing spasms
(E) Shortness of breath         (F) Altered mental status.


(A) Pain                                   (B) Extreme fatigue
(C) Headache                         (D) Nausea
(E) Itching                              (F) Skin Rash
(G) Restlessness                    (H) Numbness
(I) Dizziness                           (J) Personality change
(K) Paralysis                           (L) Reflex change
(M) Bladder Problem.


(A) Check airway, breathing, and circulation – (ABCs)
(B) Administer 100% oxygen
(C) Place diver in recovery position
(D) Treat for shock
(E) Transport to the nearest Hyperbaric facility ASAP.