Belize, Latin America – Blackbird Caye Resort

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  • Close up diving equipment on board the boat close up
  • Dive master training a couple for first dive in a tropical turquoise island beach.
  • Scuba Diving at Coral Reef
  • Seafood Ceviche
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Blackbird Caye Resort

Turneffe Atoll, Belize


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As civilization disappears, pristine beaches, coral reefs, and warm, clear water appear. You have arrived. You are at Blackbird Caye Resort.

Your vacation begins when you are met by resort staff at the Belize International Airport for a 20-minute ride to the dock at the Tourism Village in Belize City. There you will board the resort’s fast 50-foot vessel, Big Bird, for the spectacular 32-mile trip to Blackbird Caye Resort.

While sipping on complimentary sodas and Belizean beer you will be weaving through coconut-covered sand and mangrove islands, which will lead to the Belize Barrier Reef and then to the eastern side of Turneffe Atoll, home of Blackbird Caye Resort. The fast one-and-a-quarter-hour trip is both exciting and scenic. When you arrive the excitement continues, although at a slower pace.

There is something at Blackbird Caye Resort for everyone: scuba diving, snorkeling, kayaking, and more. You can be as busy as you like, or slow down and read a book among the 166 acres that encompass the resort.

Relax to the sound of water lapping on the shore, trade winds in the palms, birds singing in the morning, and wonder why you don’t indulge in trips like this more often!

The Cabanas

All of Blackbird Caye Resort’s private, individual cabanas face the Caribbean Sea. The cabanas have private porches with chairs, hammocks, an interior seating area, double or queen beds, a private bathroom with shower, hot water, and daily maid service.

The duplex and triplex units were built with small groups of families and friends in mind, but are suitable for everyone.
The Duplex also features air conditioning, and a large front porch with both rooms having their own private baths and double beds.

The Triplex features a huge front porch facing the Caribbean Sea. Each of the private rooms has a private bathroom, double beds, and daily maid service.

Photographs courtesy of Caye Resorts

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