10 Best Belize Beach Resorts

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Belizean Shores Resort

And Marina, Cayo (Jul 26).

It is said that if you swim in the clear Caribbean waters of Cayo, you’ll see the missing piece of paradise. This is the main reason why a lot of people book their holidays in Belize at this location. It is located on the Spanish Lookout of the island and is also a favorite among sailors.

The snorkeling and diving is excellent and the sealife is rich. It is also a good place to visit with kids because of the numerous amusement attractions such as water slides and the ferris wheel.

The island is also a great destination to enjoy the sun and surf with your friends.

It’s a great place to relax and have fun surrounded by nature and the peaceful surroundings.

Location:

  • Cayo
  • Belize

Transportation:

Flight

Cayo is a short distance away from the airport in Belize City.

Accommodations:

Hotel.

Services:

Access to a variety of restaurants, bars, and markets.

Outdoor Activities:

Diving, snorkeling, and sailing.

Reachable by:

Own car.

What to bring:

Passport.

St Georges Caye Resort

St Georges Caye is a great anchor point for digging into the heart of Caye Caulker, or swinging onto a boat to visit the other islands in the area. The resort itself is small but welcoming, and its beachfront bar and expansive dining room help to provide the perfect atmosphere for fun in the sun.

On the side of the island where the resort sits, there are plenty of opportunities to get into the water, whether you’re interested in snorkeling in the deep waters right in front of the resort or taking kayak excursions to the area’s many surrounding cays.

The resort has its own onsite dive center, and you’re welcome to use the equipment at your leisure.

St Georges Caye provides unique opportunities for snorkeling to those looking to see the coral reefs in their indigenous state, as well as to those looking for a more guided dive experience.

The anchor point for Caye Caulker’s many local tours, you’ll meet many of the area’s locals and dive masters who will be on hand to show you the best places to see while on your excursions.

Belizean Dreams Resort

Location: Cayo District

The Belizean Dreams resort is a private eco-resort located 8 miles past the village of San Juan. It has a land area of 6000 acres that includes the Pakana Reserve. The land is reclaimed from the World Bank (under the umbrella of the Cayo Environmental Resource Foundation or CERF in Belize).

Each of the three guest rooms has its own pool, and the accommodations are basic, but everything works very well. The facilities are clean and the resort itself is very safe.

Located on a private beach on an island in the center of the San Pedro Canal, it is surrounded by jungle and natural beauty. It is a peaceful retreat that offers a rare juxtaposition between nature and the community it lives within.

It is only a fifteen-minute drive away from Monkey River Town. As it is a private resort, it offers a certain privacy that many other places in Belize cannot.

There are three restaurants at the resort’s main building. It features an outdoor pool and an indoor Jacuzzi, and has an on-site dive facility.

Its restaurants are well-regarded. They offer Belizean food, and in fact, at lunch hour, the small main dining area turns into an open-air market, where patrons can buy fresh fruits, vegetables, breads, eggs, and other groceries and food items.

Hopkins Bay Resort Dangriga

Matachica Beach Resort

Singing Sands Inn

Coco Beach Resort San Pedro

Belize.

Just minutes from the world-renowned Caribbean Sea, with hotel amenities and a stunning beach, is Coco Beach Resort. Also known as the Sapphire Beach, you may think this is the best that Belize has to offer, but you're wrong.

Coco, meaning “the best” in Spanish, has great diving, snorkeling, and sailing on its pristine waters. Both adults and children��s programs are available. Just beyond your reach … the incredible Dragon… Lagoon as it is called, is yet another gem of a beach where you can swim, sunbathe and contemplate in a complete sense of privacy and/or solitude, depending on your preference.

Grand Colony Island Villas

Grand Colony is a private island resort all of its own and is easily accessible by small plane. This allows you to get there without all of the stresses of public transportation. From the peaceful accommodations to the serene waters and activities on the island, you will be happy you visited.

The best part is that there are only 19 villas that have all been privately and beautifully decorated. The four-bedroom units are complete with the works, including a fireplace and screened-in patio. You will have a bedroom and bathroom to yourself and can get a taste of true seclusion inside the privacy of your own home.

There is also a beautiful pool that overlooks the Caribbean and a private dock, which makes this an ideal vacation to share with someone you love. Grand Colony is the perfect place to unwind, renew and reconnect in a truly romantic setting.

Grand Colony has everything you want for your next tropical vacation. You can make it conveniently to shore for the day, or rent a boat from the resort so you can explore the area.

What is it about Grand Colony that makes it so special? The island has a great natural setting right in its own Caribbean waters. There are 26 private villas that are arranged in four-bedroom units.

Sueno Del Mar

La Mariposa.

Belizean Cove Estates

Located in San Pedro, in the Caye Caulker district on the northwest coast of the island, Belizean Cove is a luxury boutique resort known for its beauty and tranquility. Established in 2003, it is currently owned by the Carrol family as Fonte de Vida Belize. Fonte de Vida is the Spanish translation of ‘source of life’, which best describes the resort’s commitment to nature and the environment.

Awards include being voted the Best Boutique Resort in 2007 by Ricardo Marsh and also the Best Resort for Families in 2010 by Family Vacation Critic.

Turtle Bay is the water sport resort of the Belizean Cove Estates. The resort first opened its doors to the public in 2005 and has been showcasing its rustic charms ever since. It provides guests with a free outdoor bar and restaurant, as well as a free kayaking program that guests can enjoy.

Another great thing that guests can enjoy is their famous reefs with coral that complements the white sand and blue marine waters. There are two dive sites that you can visit by canoe, as well as a 30-foot deep scuba pool.