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Four Seasons Resort and Residences Caye Chapel, Belize and Four Seasons Private Estates are situated on an exceptionally designed, sustainably focused, luxury, private island, located in the heart of Belize's largest marine sanctuary.
Perched on the edge of the UNESCO World Heritage designated Belize Barrier Reef, Caye Chapel, Belize revives a sense of wonder in the natural world. A select group of families and individuals are invited to have a hand in building one of the most distinctive island communities on earth for generations to come.
Nestled between Guatemala and Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula, Belize is a mysterious paradise with one foot in the rich cultural history of the Maya and the other in the welcoming character of the Caribbean.
Off-island adventures await in the verdant jungle ruins of the mainland and in open water excursions to the Great Blue Hole and beyond. Belize delivers equal parts adventure and barefoot bliss — all within a few hours of many major U.S. and international gateway cities.
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A Private Paradise Hidden In Plain Sight
With daily, direct flights from most major gateway across North America as well as new international links coming in 2018, getting to Belize is a seamless experience. Boasting a private airfield and heliport, Caye Chapel Belize is ideal for owners who are seeking a true private island experience. Once landed on terra firm in Belize, the jewel-like island is a mere 8-minute flight or 30-minute luxury boat ride. Both approaches put visitors in touch with the pristine, awe-inspiring natural beauty of the Belizean coast.
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A protected area and UNESCO World Heritage Site, Bacalar Chico Marine Reserve and National Park is a wildlife park and habitat that spans a diverse collection of habitats, allowing visitors to learn how varied the landscape of Belize truly is.
Seine BightStann Creek,
Seine Bight is a small Garifuna fishing village on the Placencia peninsula, located halfway between Playa Maya in the north and Placencia Village in the south. It has approximately 1,000 inhabitants and is relatively underdeveloped compared to its neighbors. Those who visit Seine Bight will enjoy the traditional atmosphere of the houses built on stilts, which are bordering the streets.
Nim Li PunitToledo, Indian Creek
Nim Li Punit is one of the smaller Maya sites well known for the large amount of stele found there. Nim Li Punit inherited it's name from a carving on the longest of the site's twenty-six stele, depicting a figure wearing a large headdress.
Shark ray alleyBelice,
The world's largest diving magazine, Skin Diver, has given Belize's Shark-Ray Alley feature billing in two issues lately. This dive site has been selected as one of the seven best "animal dives" in the Caribbean.
Payne's Creek National ParkToledo,
Declared a nature reserve in 1994, Payne's Creek National Park features 30,000 acres of protected wetlands that tourists can explore as part of their Belizean eco-adventure.
Bladen Natural ReserveToledo,
Known as the most pristine and protected rainforest in Belize the Bladen River Nature Reserve spans 97,000 acres of land which is protected by the government. Currently, the reserve is closed to the public as scientists continue their research of the area.
Golden Stream Corridor PreservesToledo,
The Golden Stream Corridor Preserve is a 33,384-acre nature preserve. The region makes up one of the last stretches of rare lowland tropical broadleaf forest which serves as a valuable conservation corridor linking the extensive protected areas in the Maya Mountains to the north (Maya Mountain Forest Reserve, Bladen Nature Reserve and Chiquibul National Park) with the Port Honduras Marine Reserve.
Monkey River TownToledo, Monkey River Town
Monkey River Town is the northernmost village in the Toledo District. This small, sleepy Creole village of 200 people, sits on the southern bank of the mouth of the Monkey River.
Old Town Lower FallsToledo,
The Pueblo Viejo Upper and Lower Falls are located at the base of limestone hills below Pueblo Viejo Village. The river flows through multiple layers of giant limestone steps with waterfalls spilling from ledge to ledge. Thick riverine vegetation covers the length of this huge limestone formation.
Actun Tunichil Muknal CaveCayo,
Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave is also known as ATM cave and is located in the heart of the Tapir Mountain nature reserve. This 6,700-acre park is managed by the Audubon Society of Belize and is 45 minutes away by car from San Ignacio in Cayo District and within walking distance of Pook’s Hill Lodge. This is one of the most impressive caves in the Mayan world.