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Belize Featured in Canadian Traveller Magazine

Posted in News & Events, on Friday, October 15th, 2010. Comments Off

Take a moment to follow this link: CLICK HERE,  and check out the online version of Septembers Canadian Traveller magazine.  Pages 66 and 67 feature a nice article about Belize as well as a nice advertisement for Banana Beach Resort.

Windsurfing on Ambergris Caye

Posted in News & Events, on Monday, October 4th, 2010. Comments Off

Belize offers onshore winds, beautiful, clear, uncrowded waters created by the 2nd largest barrier reef in the world. Ambergris Caye is ideal for both beginner and intermediate windsurfers, and we have a full range of boards and sails for all levels.  With 15 minutes on our simulator and 45 minutes of one-on-one instruction, windsurfing will be your newest talent, and your newest addiction! Private lessons: $49.00 US per person/hour Group lessons: $38.00 US per person/hour Click here for more details.

AMBERGRIS CAYE TARPON FISHING

Posted in News & Events, on Thursday, September 23rd, 2010. Comments Off

You haven’t fished for tarpon until you’ve done it in Belize, specifically in the waters of Ambergris Caye.  With a consistently plentiful population of tarpon, fishing for them is ideal all year round. Enjoy a half or full day of picture perfect fishing, as our guides take you through the Caribbean and the lagoon side of the island.  You may find Savannah Flats, a famed spot for tarpon fishing – one you will definitely want to ask your guide about.  Waters are three to eight feet deep, and most reel in tarpon ranging from 50-100 pounds. Includes: fishing gear, water,…

Kayaking & Altun Ha Ruin

Posted in News & Events, on Thursday, September 16th, 2010. Comments Off

If you have ever kayaked before, then you must bring your experience to the class two, three, and four rapids of the tropical Belizean rivers.  On an air kayak, you will carve your way through the cascading falls and breath-taking scenery, including parrots, parakeets, flycatchers, cormorants, herons, ducks, iguanas and kingfishers – not to mention a vast array of bromeliads (air plants), orchids, epiphytic cactuses and more. Then board a bus taking you to the Mayan pyramids of Altun Ha.  Altun Ha was the first Mayan site to be discovered in Belize, and on this tour, you will get to…

SUMMER VACATION IN SAN PEDRO, AMBERGRIS CAYE, BELIZE

Posted in News & Events, on Monday, July 26th, 2010. Comments Off

Summer holidays in Belize?…why not?  Especially if your home town is too hot to bear in the summer months.  We regularly see visitors from Nevada, Texas, New Mexico, Lousiana, Arizona, Florida and other US States during the summer months.  The obvious spot to vacation during these scorching temperatures is San Pedro on Ambergris Caye.  With a mean temperature of 28 degress Celcius/82 degrees Fahrenheit and a constant trade wind from the Caribbean Sea to the west, Ambergris Caye offers near perfect temperatures even during the hottest months of the year. The other advantage to this off season travel is the…