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.
The Hamanasi Adventure and Dive Resort is a boutique resort hotel ideally located for relaxation and adventures either diving in the Caribbean Sea and on the second longest reef in the world, exploring and climbing ancient Mayan Ruins or trekking through jungle and exploring caves.
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.
Lying nestled in natural vegetation overlooking the Caribbean Sea and the second largest barrier reef in the world, the Xanadu Island resort is an award winning eco-friendly destination for anyone seeking both rest and adventure.