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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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Sapodilla Caye Marine ReserveToledo,
The Sapodilla Cayes Marine Reserve covers an area of approximately 125 square kilometers and includes fourteen sand and mangrove cayes along the southernmost tip of the Belize Barrier Reef, nearly 40 miles due east of Punta Gorda.
Punta GordaToledo, Punta Gorda
Located 195 miles (315 km) from Belize City, Punta Gorda is an established coastal town on the southern tip of Belize. This serves as a gateway to the Cayos Sapodillas Marine Reserve, a group of atolls, shallow islands known for their colorful coral gardens and vibrant marine life. It is also a good base to visit the Río Blanco National Park and some of the accommodations in remote places of the jungle in the southern Mayan Mountains.
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.
Half Moon BelizeBelice, Belize City
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.
Black Point Lake - Punta Negra LakeStann Creek,
Punta Negra Lake is an extraordinary location for avid fly fishermen. It is an enclosed coastal lagoon supporting large populations of tarpon and snook.
South WaterStann Creek,
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 has the richest barrier in marine fauna, you can practice snorkeling and diving. You can see species such as: Manta rays, reef fish and seabirds.
Crooked Tree Wildlife SanctuaryBelice,
Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary (CTWS) contains a mosaic of wetland and terrestrial habitats, which make it one of the best birding destinations in Belize. From the commonly seen Northern Jacana to the elusive Sungrebe, Crooked Tree offers an enjoyable experience for birders of any skill level. With 16,400 acres of lagoons, creeks, logwood swamps, broadleaf forest and pine savanna, you will be sure to see a wide array of wildlife. The Sanctuary protects globally endangered species including the Central American River Turtle (locally known as Hicatee), Mexican Black Howler Monkey, and Yellow-headed Parrot.
The Blue Hole is a diving attraction in Belize, especially for divers with an appreciation of the geographical phenomenon, this is your chance to explore the famous Blue Hole. Part of the Lighthouse Reef System approximately 62 miles (100 km) from Belize City, the almost perfect blue circle of the Blue Hole has a radius of more than 1000 feet (305mts) This is the most amazing dive site found in all the world. Located in the center of the Lighthouse Reef Atoll the Blue Hole is a long water hole 480 feet (145 meters) deep, which gives it the blue color which makes these structures known worldwide as “blue holes "
Glover ReefStann Creek,
Coral Glover, the southernmost of 3 coral atolls in Belize, requires a little more dedication within reach: a flight from Belize City to Dangriga, followed by a one-hour boat trip on the high seas. But once there, this ancient refuge for pirates and world heritage is unmatched in beauty.
Thousand Foot Falls: A Majestic WaterfallStann Creek,
Located deep within a nature reserve in western Belize, Thousand Foot Falls is the highest waterfall in all of Central America. A swift river descends over a granite cliff to descend more than 1,600 feet into a thickly forested natural wonderland.