A hidden jewel, the luxury Caribbean Turneffe Island Resort, is located 35 miles off the coast of Belize City. This tropical 14-acre island is a one of a kind. The maximum number of guests allowed on the island is only 38. This ensures full comfort level and private-only access to diving, fishing and snorkeling. Guests will find this resort offers a level of relaxation and tranquil serenity not found anywhere else. Add in the flavorful Belizean cuisine and hospitality, and there is no better place to book a vacation.
This 21-room luxury resort is just over an hour from Belize City via a scenic water transfer. The island sits on an area called Elbow, which is the southern tip of Turneffe Atoll. Belize sits on a 185-milelong barrier reef, the second-largest in the world. This allows the resort to offer unique and safe diving experiences in one of the most vibrant marine systems on Earth. There are more than 70 recognized dive sites within minutes of the resort -- Blue Hole, Half Moon Caye and Lighthouse Reef are just a handful of the many well known sites. The dive package offers a signature “valet service.” The resort does all the work; guests just relax, dive and enjoy.
The fishing here offers a unique experience for anglers. As part of the conservation effort, the resort practices catch-and-release type fishing only. Beachcombers can snorkel twice a day, sunbathe on the beach or by the freshwater pool, or treat themselves at the world-class Spa.
Turneffe Island Resort offers three-, four- and seven-night diving, fishing and resort packages. All packages are all-inclusive. At Turneffe Island
ACCOMMODATIONS: Deluxe, Superior and Private Cabana with king, queen, full and twin bed accommodations; All accommodations are waterfront, have indoor and outdoor showers, air conditioning, floor to ceiling mahogany wood, sitting area, mini bars, ocean-view private screened-in patios.
AMENITIES: Dive shop, tackle shop, Serenity Spa, dining room, pool bar, bar and lounge, freshwater swimming pool, gift shop, kayaks, Hobie Sailcraft, hammocks and swing beds over water docks.