Royal Caribbean Resort
There are hundreds of beautiful resorts in Belize. As the country’s number one money maker is tourism, Belize has developed and built many different types of resorts throughout the varied landscape. Just a few of the types of Belize Resorts are: Jungle Resorts, Eco Resorts, All Inclusive Resorts, Beachfront Resorts, 5 Star Resorts, Luxury Resorts, Island Resorts, Adventure Resorts, Family Resorts and Honeymoon Resorts.
To help guide you in your search for which type of resort to stay at, we have put together a few lists. Some may include Royal Caribbean Resort.
Belize is a small country located on the western edge of the Caribbean Sea. It is bordered to the south and west by Honduras and to the north by Mexico. It is small in size and has a population of roughly 350,000 people, made up of Mexican, White, Mayan, Indigenous Indian and Blacks. Most of the people speak English and over 75% of them work in the tourism business in one way or another.
The mainland is mostly rural with mountains and jungles full of ancient Mayan Ruins. The majority of the population lives in Belize city. There are hundreds of miles of shoreline on the mainland and even more making up the more then 200 islands dotting the coastal region.
The main island is Ambergris Caye, which includes the city of San Pedro. About 20,000 people live, work and play on this tourist attraction. The island is well known for its incredible SCUBA diving, snorkeling, parasailing, fishing and sailing among its warm, swimming pool like waters. It is also quickly becoming a hot spot with investors in Belize Real Estate.
To get around on the island, people walk, bike, rent taxis or rent golf carts. San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, Belize Golf Cart Rental is the best place to rent a cart.
The island is home to dozens of resorts, all beachfront of course. A few are all inclusive, but all of them are beautiful with breathtaking views of the Caribbean. Your vacation is never long enough and you will begin thinking of ways to quit your life back home and move here, as over 2,000 other expats have done in the last decade.
Royal Caribbean Resort is a beautiful, clean, relatively inexpensive and a dream come true for most vacationers. From your resort, you are minutes away from seeing ancient Mayan ruins, going cave tubing or zip lining, riding horseback through mountain trails, hiking jungle paths to hidden waterfalls or participating in the many water sports activities.