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St George's Caye Resort, Belize

 

In late February through the first week of March we went to a wonderful all-inclusive resort down in Belize.  Away from the hustle of Ambergris Caye we enjoyed great food, being the only group of divers on the reef at most dive sites and spectacular sunsets whether on the beach or paddling out in the lagoon on kayaks.  We had such a great time we have booked a trip back to St. George's Caye for March of 2018!

Early March in Belize is one of the best times to go.  Considered to be the last bit of the dry season, the weather is mild and bugs are at a minimum.  St George's Caye Resort is a 15 minute boat ride from Belize City and is perfect for those looking for somewhere quiet to enjoy their vacation.  The resort caters to divers and non-divers alike, and everyone enjoys sharing their adventures over family style meals.  Kayaks, standup paddleboads and Hobie Cat sailboats are freely available for those wanting to get out on the water, and there is also a saltwater pool to relax in.  The cabanas are beautiful with full wood paneled interiors and both ceiling fan and A/C as well as a hammock on the porch to enjoy the afternoon breeze in.

While we have created this as a dive trip, those with significant others that do not dive will find plenty to enjoy at this resort.  There is a small spa as well as daily shore excursions and the free amenities we mentioned above.

Weather depending, we will do at least 1 day of diving at Turneffe Atoll for a small additional fee, as well as a day at the Blue Hole and Lighthouse Reef, considered to be one of the bucket list dives for many. 

A $500 non-refundable deposit will secure your spot, and pricing is as follows:

$2605 per diver double occupancy

$1724 for non-diver staying with diver

Includes:
- 7nts in a Cabana with A/C
- Meet & greet at Airport
- R/T transfers from airport to Resort
- 3 Full meals Daily family style
- First Rum punch daily
- 15 guided dives over our local coral reef (four days of 3-tank, and one day of 2-tank morning + 1 night dive).
- Tanks, weight belts w/weights
- Special rate for NITROX paid at Resort

Not Included:
- Air fare
- Alcoholic & non alcoholic drinks including snacks
- Tips & Gratuities
- Additional excursions or dive trip upgrades

Please contact us to secure your spot or if you have any questions!

 

 

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