- Playa Maya
- Laughingbird Stan Creek
- Half Moon Belize
- South Water
- Lime Caye Toledo
- Southwest Caye
- Cayo Little Frenchman
- Turneffe Island
Top Belize Paradise IslandsBelize · 8 Items · Anna De Mondey View in Story Mode
Handpicked by a Belize Local Expert, we bring you our guide to 'Top Belize Paradise Islands'.
Belize is home to some of the best islands in Central America. A mountain range of islands decorate its Caribbean coast, many of which are only a boat trip from the coast. The islands have an incomparable beauty.
Attractive beaches line the coastline, and coral reef codes offer exclusive opportunities for snorkeling or underwater diving. On these islands, travelers will enjoy fairly comfortable hotels and always fresh seafood, as well as a large hammock and a mere time by the ocean.
Playa Maya Playa Maya is a very small and quiet coastal community on the Placencia peninsula, which consists of a long and clean strip of sand, beach chairs, wooden docks that stand out in the sea and hammocks hanging between palm trees. Visitors who come here do so to relax, sunbathe and eat fresh seafood in one of the few beachfront restaurants. Of the three beach towns on the Placencia...More info
Laughingbird Stann Creek Laughing Bird Caye is a beautiful Belizean isle situated on the western side of Victoria Channel, only 11 miles off the coast from Placencia Village in the Stann Creek District of Belize. The exact location of the island is 16°27' North latitude and 88°12' West longitude. Laughing Bird Caye is the southernmost island in the central lagoon of the Belize Barrier R...More info
Half Moon Belize Half Moon is one of the Natural Monuments you find in Belize Half Moon Caye is considered a Natural Monument of Belize. The key is full of marine species such as corals, garden eels and sponge formations. You will also find eagle rays, sea turtles and groupers. This marine diversity contributes to the practice of diving in these waters. Also, this protec...More info
South Water (Belize) South Water is the key with the most marine reserve in Belize. The largest marine reserve is in South Water Caye. To access it you can do it through excursions in Belize that depart from Dangriga, Hopkins or Placencia. You can also stay in this beach but you must consider the high costs, as there are very few places destined for this purpose. Thanks to the fact that it ha...More info
Lime Caye Toledo To get to Lime Caye you have all-inclusive tourist packages If you want to inject your vacations with unforgettable adventures you have to visit Lime Caye in Belize. It is specifically located in the Sapodilla Caye marine reserve considered a protected area since 1996. On this coast, snorkeling is the ideal sport because of the barrier reef that characterizes it,...More info
Southwest Caye, Stann Creek Southwest Caye is an island owned by a Belizean family to which you can visit and practice diving. Southwest Caye is another island owned by the Belizean family and famous for its variety of diving options. On the outer edge of this cove you can see a cliff of great depth and something dangerous so you should be careful. A perfect place for scub...More info
Cayo Little Frenchman Little Frenchman Cay is a small island a short distance south of Ambergris Caye and a quick boat trip from Belize City. It has been a private land since 2007, and is currently the location of the Royal Palms Island Resort. Wildlife at Cayo Little Frenchman Calm and crystal-clear waters surround the island. Staying in a key in the middle of the Caribbean m...More info
Turneffe Island Located 30 miles (48 km) east of Belize City, there is a large group of mangroves and tropical atolls, where there is nothing more than a handful of private resorts and a small population of resident fishermen. The waters surrounding the Turneffe Islands are home to the largest coral reef atoll in all of Belize and were set aside as a protected marine reserve in 2012. &nb...More info