Robert’s Grove is a Hacienda-style Belize beach resort in Placencia, nestled in 22 acres of pristine white sands. Placencia, primarily a fishing village, is situated at the end of a 16 mile peninsula separating a lagoon from the Caribbean Sea. Placencia has become world renowned for its off-shore fishing and the diving and snorkeling on Belize’s reef, the second largest in the world and the largest in the western hemisphere. The resort gives you the opportunity to experience all of these and also sample some of the many adventures available on the mainland, whilst returning to a haven of luxury in the evenings.
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.
Although many people may dream of a tropical island escape for a vacation, it is only people that find resorts like the Belizean Shores that see their dreams come true. Located on the Belize’s largest island, next to the second largest barrier reef in the world, the Belizean Shores Resort can provide a dream vacation in the tropical sun, with more activities than any dream could include.
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 Kanantik Reef & Jungle Resort is proof that you can enjoy the beauty and adventures offered by the natural world while still being accommodated in a life of luxury, a stay here feels like you have truly found the Garden of Eden. To one side of the resort which is nestled in 1300 acres of untouched jungle, is the Cockscomb Basic Wildlife Sanctuary which is home to many wild birds and animals including the elusive Jaguar, the world’s third largest cat. On the other side of the resort lies the Caribbean Sea and Belize’s reef, the second largest in the world.
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.