The Banana Beach Resort is located on the powdery white sands of Ambergris Caye, just south of the main town of San Pedro. Known as a haven for fun and adventure, this resort has become a favorite location for idyllic weddings which the staff will gladly help in arranging.
The Portofino Beach Resort is built on 4.5 acres of land on Ambergris Caye, the largest of the Belize islands and includes 330 feet of seafront with a white powdery beach. As it is 6 miles from the town of San Pedro, the resort offers seclusion but that does not mean you are away from the action as this haven of privacy also offers adventures both in the sea and on the mainland.
Matachica Beach Resort has been especially designed for you to enjoy the best that the country of Belize and central America have to offer in the forms of food, elegant refinement and adventures both on land and in the sea.
This family run San Pedro resort was listed among the Top Ten Luxury Eco Resorts by Forbes Traveller and can provide guests with an as active or relaxing vacation that they could wish for with a multitude of activities to choose from and luxurious accommodations to relax in.
With 250 feet of sandy beach for the Caribbean Sea to ripple onto and 2.5 acres of gardens to enjoy, Caribbean Villas Hotel provides an excellent stepping stone to adventure. It provides you with luxury in an idyllic relaxing resort whilst being easily accessible to all the adventures that the beautiful country of Belize has to offer.
As the name implies, St. George’s Caye Resort is located on St. George’s Caye which is steep in history. As the one-time capital for the region, it was in the Battle of St. George’s Caye in 1798 that the Baymen, shipwrecked British sailors that had made Belize their home, fought off 32 Spanish warships so that still today, Belize is the only Central American country to speak English. Today the caye is the nearest of many, to Belize’s International airport and like the others, offers excellent opportunities for rest and adventure in the Caribbean Sea and on the world’s second largest reef.