"The sea in Belize, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever."


Find Your Inspiration

Romance On The Reef

Slumber in the ambiance of the colonial plantation and thatched-roof casitas of Victoria House.

Underwater Adventure

Explore an underwater paradise of coral reefs, fish and stingrays on a snorkel-diving adventure.

Experiencing Ambergris & Outer Cayes


A Rich & Ancient History

British pirates and ancient Mayans found a haven in this discrete Central American paradise tucked inside a great barrier reef. Today, the diverse history of the Islanders has resulted in a people that speak three languages: English, Creole and Maya.


Mexi-Maya-Spanglish Seafood

Belize's cayes have a commonality: succulent seafood, especially lobster and conch. The islanders regularly serve up a fresh caught array of delicacies with diverse recipes. Meals typically end with seasonal tropical fruits.


Tranquil Reefs & Sandy Flats

With a 180-mile long barrier reef as a backdrop, the cays of Belize are true tropical paradises filled with colorful stilted houses, charming beach-bars, and sandy flats ideal for bone fishing and snorkeling.


Jacques Cousteau's Blue Hole

The Great Blue Hole is a spectacular dive site made famous by Jacques Cousteau, who declared it one of the top ten diving spots in the world. It was aboard his ship, the Calypso, that he charted its depths filled with stunning fish species.

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