We value each and every one of our partners as they help us to facilitate our study abroad programs
Belize Fisheries Department
The Belize Fisheries Department works to provide the country and the people of Belize with the best possible management of aquatic and fisheries resources.
Monkey Bay Wild Life Sanctuary
Monkey Bay is our parent company who specialises in terrestrial study abroad programs. Head to the Mountain Pine Ridge, canoe down the Sibun River or spot unusual birds on the Monkey Bay campus.
The Windward Lodge
The Windward Lodge is our partner lodge on Tobacco Caye. Offering bunkhouse accommodation, seafront cabanas and tasty Belizean meals to all of our study abroad groups.
Welcome to Paradise
Tobacco Caye Paradise offers lodging and diving services on the island. Try a discover scuba or explore the underwater world of the Belize Barrier Reef.
Educating everyone about the invasion of lionfish in the Western Atlantic
Lionfishdivers.com take photos of the lionfish and write lionfish articles that will help people understand that they do not belong in the Atlantic and Caribbean Oceans. You can also become their lionfish diver of the week!
Spreading awareness of nurdles
Through 10 minute surveys, search and collect tiny plastic nurdles. Nurdles are the basis of all plastic products in the world. They get into our environment through the shipping and distribution process.
StingMaster includes molecules that directly act to block the pain-causing toxin in Lionfish venom from doings its job: causing pain. Plus, it works great on jellyfish, sea lice and fire coral stings! We are proud to be partnering with this incredible company and product.
1 Day STEM Programs
Middle and High School students visit TCMS to be immersed in marine biology in one day through our research projects.
After dissecting our lionfish we send the fins to the Belioness Womens Collective who turn them into beautiful jewellery available in our gift shop.
Ecology Project International
Student-based group travel programs featuring hands-on research in Belize!