Belize Island Accommodations
[photo credit at top of page: Sharon Columbus]
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Private Island Lodging
You’ll notice our windows on our beach huts don’t have screens and we don’t use mosquito netting. This is because we have a rare island in Belize where bugs really aren’t a problem, and when they are present, we treat the mosquitoes so that they go away!
Everyone stays in beach-front huts, perched above the surf. Each cabana has beds in the main part of the cabin, and a large porch with hammocks and lounge chairs. Luggage benches and a small closet are provided and the cabins are lit with solar-powered lights.
No air-conditioning is necessary since the ever-present breeze keeps the temperatures well below what they are on the mainland. There is no plumbing in the cabanas, for a complete description of bathroom facilities visit our Island Facilities page.
We have seven double-bed cabanas and the rest have two or three single beds. Most of our cabanas sleep 2, but some sleep 3 and some sleep 4; one duplex sleeps 6. Families of 3 will be roomed together, depending on the ages of family members.
Double occupancy is a necessity when trips are full, so single travelers may be roomed with another single traveler of the same gender.
We cannot reserve specific cabanas in advance as the trip leader must consider the needs of everyone in the group before assigning cabanas.