Ambergris Caye is the largest island in Belize and over the course of the past 20 to 30 years, its crystal-clear waters have become a mecca for divers, snorkelers and ecotourists. As a huge number of trophy fish are caught in Ambergris waters, it is also emerged as a world-class sportfishing destination. However, It is perhaps best known for its stunning coastline, which overlooks the Belize Barrier Reef. An amazing coral reef system, the longest living on this side of the world, runs the entire 25-mile length of the island. San Pedro Town, the only inhabited area on the island, sports an atmosphere of a small, but bustling fishing village.
Luxury Vacation Rentals in Ambergris Caye
Inside our Ambergris-Caye luxury vacation rentals, you’ll find all of the amenities you expect from properties of this high caliber. Whatever the size of your party, we can readily accommodate you in one of our luxury vacation homes on Ambergris Caye. Our luxury villas range in size from an intimate 2 bedrooms and 2 baths for a party of 4 all the way to a family-sized property of 5-bedrooms and 5 baths, accommodating 10. Exterior amenities include bold views of the sea, easy beach access, private pools and hot tubs, expansive patios with summer kitchens and al fresco dining. Inside our Ambergris-Caye luxury vacation properties, you can expect the handiwork of local materials and local artisans, as well as amenities like sweeping living rooms with tall ceilings and local artwork, gourmet fully equipped kitchens, truly palatial master suites, with separate sittings area and private verandas. Master bath are a balm for the senses, with dual vanities, large Jacuzzi tubs and separate oversized walk-in showers.
Activities Near our Luxury Vacation Rentals in Ambergris Caye
As one might expect, many of the popular activities in Ambergris Caye are centered around the water. The most recommended and recognized of these is a trip to Hol Chan and Shark Ray Alley: This is a naturally occurring break in the reef and visitors can enjoy snorkeling and abundant marine life including nurse sharks and manta rays. For those who prefer to stay planted on land, a visit to a Maya site is in order. Though not as grand as some of the more inland sites, Ambergris boasts a modest 2,000 year old Maya site, located on the island’s south end near Laguna de Boca Chica.