Come Visit Belize

This tiny nation nestled on the Caribbean Sea has it all. Belize has never been a mainstream tourism spot and that has kept the land unchanged, and the people real. Real people doing real things, not just another tourist trap. The atmosphere is unhurried and friendly. The variety endless, the culture authentic and passionate.

     Although this country is small, it is incredibly diverse. From sugar cane fields to lush tropical rain forest . . . from the Maya Mountains to the Mountain Pine Ridge . . . mysterious subterranean caves to soaring Mayan Pyramids . . . raging rivers to the longest barrier reef in the western hemisphere . . . bustling Belize City to isolated tropical untouched islands . . . Belize has something for everyone.

Mahogany Bay Village

We are located just one mile south of San Pedro. This unique enclave offers a variety of detached villas made from locally sourced hardwoods built by Belizean craftsmen. Built on a series of canals there is easy access to town, our private beach or other water destinations. We have 3 venues for yoga and massage; the main studio, the Bay Club and the beach.

Ambergris Caye

Ambergris Caye is the big island, but before that it was a peninsula of Quintana Roo, Mexico until the Mayas dug a channel making it officially an island and eventually part of Belize.

With dozens of shops, quality fast food, gourmet dining, luxury hotels and condos, some in the multi-million dollar range, and golf cart traffic jams. Ambergris Caye has lots of space most folks do not realize the island is larger than Barbados.

San Pedro

The only town on the island is a picture postcard setting beside the clear turquoise sea. Coconut palms sway and rustle in the gentle cooling trade winds. Low rise hotels, guest houses and boutique style resorts & condos, from modest to magnificent, are nestled along the coast and throughout the town.

San Pedro is the town you will land at, boat to, eat at, shop in, meet people; in short, San Pedro Town will be a large part of most visitors' experience of Ambergris Caye. San Pedro makes a fine base for excursions to nearby attractions and the more distant islands and atolls. The stores are well stocked with a wide variety of food and some of the country's best cooks take pride in their seafood specialties.


My family and I just returned from the best “recharging vacation” that we have ever experienced, at Mahogany Bay Village in San Pedro, Belize. The resort is truly magical.
— Lisa Brini