Located on a 7 mile section of beautiful beach on the southern coast of Belize, in close proximity to the second largest barrier reef in the world, the Almond Beach Resort is large enough to provide you with all the luxury you would expect from a luxury resort yet small enough to ensure that you matter. The relaxed and carefree atmosphere of this resort allows you to immerse yourself in hypnotic tranquillity, pampered by the ideal qualities of the tropics.
The X’tan Ha Resort is a luxury resort on Ambergris Caye, the largest of the many islands that speckle Belize’s reef, the second largest barrier reef in the world and the largest in the western hemisphere. Located on pristine white sands next to the Caribbean Sea and surrounded by lush landscaping, this resort provides an ideal island escape without having to go without any luxuries.
Pook’s Hill Lodge allows you to enjoy nature at its best, set among ancient trees including towering hardwoods in the forests of Belize, surrounded by flowering bromeliads and exotic wildlife. This is an ideal destination for people that want to experience and explore the best of what inland Belize has to offer, Maya ruins, mysterious caverns, hiking in old growth forest or floating along a crystal clear jungle river listening to the sounds of nature.
The San Ignacio Resort Hotel is located in San Ignacio Town but its lush tropical setting within a 17 acre private estate along the Macal River has earned it the name as being “the only jungle in town.” With a name associated with luxury and quality service since 1976, this resort is one of Belize’s prides.
The Amber Sunset Jungle Resort is tucked away in 28 acres of private forest in the tropical rainforests, high on the hills above the town of Unitedville in the Cayo District of Belize. From this unique vantage point in the treetops, the resort allows guests to get glimpses of wildlife and spot birds against an exotic backdrop of colorful flowers.
The Chaa Creek Lodge started in 1981 by providing a hammock and a meal for $4 and since then has grown to become one of Belize’s premier resorts, setting standards for eco-tourism in the country. Located close to San Ignacio in the west of the country in the heart of the Maya civilization, the lodge provides a natural jungle experience whilst still being able to provide man-made comforts, all in a manner that is eco-friendly.