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Recent Belize reviews

  • Chillin in the palms

    "If you like being in the tropics and being surrounded by palm trees , birds, and iguanas; then you'll love hanging out on the huge wrap around deck at the back house at Caps Inn. Being on the second story puts you right at eye level looking into the palm trees where you will see a vast array of colorful and melodic birds, and a lazy iguana from time to time. A very peaceful and serene setting to enjoy the wonderful weather. My wife and I just spent two weeks there and it was perfect for us. From the moment you get off the skiff you begin to see the beautifully landscaped grounds of Caps Inn. A big variety of colorful and fragrant tropical plants that immediately begin to have a relaxing effect on your senses. If you're anything like us you will spend most all of your time hanging outside on the deck; there's almost always a nice Carribean breeze to keep you cool. If it does get too hot then just walk next door to the Sailfish Resort and take advantage of their amazing pool and swim up bar at no extra cost. It's very clean and refreshing and Mike and Jen will be your gracious hosts. One thing I need to point out is that you are on an island so anytime you want to go to town you have to paddle about 50yds across the canal in the skiff provided. It didn't bother us any and in fact added a little excitement to our stay. It could be challenging if you have mobility issues, otherwise it's just part of the ambivalence. If you like to fish or snorkel or both make sure to hook up with Alfred or Ian and you will have a blast. Went out 3 times with Ian and caught some really yummy fish which we cooked up on the charcoal grill provided. We used the grill a lot and cooked up some jack fish, mackerel, Bonita, barracuda and lobster tails. What a taste treat and seafood delight!!! As far as the town goes: a short walk, not too touristy or overcrowded, friendly people, great beaches, and some fantastic food. We actually preferred some of the real small mom and pop places to eat because of their authentic dishes and reasonable prices. We always felt safe and never threatened, a very friendly town. The last thing I want to mention is how nice the owners, Susan and JB were to us and it was refreshing to see that they are just down to earth people who like to have fun. They're friends, Chuck and Ellen, and Jim and Bard, were equally kind and it was great meeting the whole bunch. Thanx so much to all of them and hopefully we will see them again on our next visit."
    Guest: Tom S. Date of Stay: January 2017 Review Submitted: February 13, 2017
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  • Oceanfront Oasis

    "We spent eight nights in Belize. Our last night we stayed at Leaning Palm Resort. We drove an adventurous 16 miles on a coastal dirt road/highway to reach this delightful, somewhat secluded resort (there is a quaint village nearby). Once we got there, we were greeted by our hostess, Taunya, who was serving customers for lunch at their restaurant, "Wild Cane's". The property includes three or four comfy bungalows situated along the beach/shore. There is a large sand bar near their dock making for a perfect natural swimming area. You can touch soft sand below your feet for probably 100 yards or so from shore. While we were swimming, we began to notice flying fish. They seemed to get more and more brave. My husband had a few jump right over him. We could have spent hours just enjoying the water and the fish, but we didn't want to hold off dinner for too long. After a shower, we were served bruschetta and cold drinks on the large deck of Wild Cane's. We then had a delicious meal of tacos on pumpkin tortillas with a cold green banana salad that was very similar to potato salad. After dinner we took a walk along the beach with Lighty, a local who worked at the resort. He guided the way, pointing out the numerous crabs bringing their eggs onto the beach and a trail made by a sea turtle looking for a nesting spot. He then showed us the luminescence in the water. It was amazing to see the glow made from movement in the water at night. We then topped off our night with dessert (banana cake) by the campfire. The next morning, we viewed the sunrise from our bungalow without leaving our bed. You can close the drapes if you're not a morning person. We had a fabulous breakfast of rum/caramel french toast made from fry jacks, and some fresh fruit. Our host, Ken, broke open a fresh coconut and we had fresh coconut milk in addition to our other breakfast beverages. Sorry if I focus too much on the food we ate, but if you tried the dishes prepared by our hostess, Taunya, you would understand. My review of our stay would not be complete if I failed to mention the three adorable dogs that call Leaning Palms Resort their home. If you need company in the water, I am sure one, if not all, will be obliged to join you. My only negative point would be the sand flies that seem to find me wherever I go in Belize, and that I didn't reserve more nights at Leaning Palms."
    Guest: Rhonda S. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: November 7, 2016
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  • Great place, great location and excellent management

    "We had a great time, the place is immaculate and beautifully maintained. The location is perfect as it's within walking distance to everything. The on site manager, Perfecto is very conscientious and present for any assistance. I highly recommend this place and would absolutely stay here again"
    Guest: Tiffany K. Date of Stay: January 2017 Review Submitted: February 1, 2017
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  • Awesome home on the lagoon

    "Jason and Marisha could not have been better hosts, The home was the equivalent to a 5 star hotel and if your lucky enough to book it don't waste any time just do it...."
    Guest: Robert A. Date of Stay: April 2016 Review Submitted: April 27, 2016
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