These private atolls offer the perfect retreat away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Exceptional white-sand beaches, fine food, two bars and 5 star service will make that trip ashore seem even more appealing. But there’s much more to do then simply relaxing here. Ashore, the waters between each sandy Cay are shallow enough to walk between and paddling through the calm sea you’re likely to discover brilliant starfish, hermit crabs, tropical fish, and a variety of shells.
Out on the water, the Cay’s surrounding calm clear waters are ideal for all levels of kayaking, snorkeling, fly-fishing, and swimming. Take a kayak mid-afternoon and island hop to the neighboring Man-O-War Cay. As a designated bird sanctuary, this island is home to a variety of indigenous bird species including pelicans, brown booby birds and the magnificent frigate birds. Stop to admire the sparkling azure waters and the rainbow of aquatic life teaming below. The snorkeling is superb and the visibility good so don’t forget to bring your underwater camera. Watch out for playful dolphins and manatees as you paddle your way back.
One of the islands resorts, Thatch Caye, is a “hand made” eco-resort and relies on solar and wind power to generate its electricity. This resort is very popular, especially with children, because of the many coatamundi that roam freely. You'll also see plenty of spider monkeys and brocket deer. Kick off your sandals and feel the soft white sand between your toes as you hop into a hammock. Pick up a book and relax as the Caribbean breeze gently sways you, listening to nothing but the soothing sounds of the sea as the sun goes down.
Treat yourself to a well earned rum punch and dine ashore to sample the scrumptious Belizean dishes. The romance of al-fresco dining, coupled with these islands' beauty will indulge all of your senses.
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