Islands of Belize

Turquoise sea waters encompassing a kaleidoscope of gorgeous dolphins, coral, fish, and turtles attract travelers from across the globe to Belize Islands. There are scads of companies such as American Airlines, US Airways, Air Jamaica, Continental Airlines and TACA, which offer air services to Belize and its islands.

There are more or less 168 Belize Islands that can be explored. So, if you are planning an expedition to these Islands then get ready to experience the ultimate fun and adventure of your life.  
 
The three most popular islands of Belize are Ambergris Caye, Caye Caulker and the Half Moon Caye. Some of the other 168 islands include Coco Plum Cay, Ranguana Caye, Robert's Caye, Sanctuary Caye and South Water Caye. 

Ambergris Caye

Ambergris Caye is the largest Belize Island that is a tropical paradise packed with palm trees, crystal clear water as well as world’s second largest coral reef. The time you step out at this island, you will get to see beautiful caves, tropical fishes, variety of corals, as well as sponges. You will be enthralled if you pay a visit to this island. Ambergris Caye is also known for scuba diving and its cafes. You can also get a glimpse of Mexican style and British style wooden houses at this island. This island can offer you the most fulfilling experience of your life.


Caye Caulker

Another popular yet tiny white sand island of Belize is Caye Caulker that is four mile long and has peaceful setting. It is an easy going island that is full of white sand streets as well as golf carts. Even the climatic conditions are pleasant round the year and the island is ideal for sailing, fishing, windsurfing, and diving. What you would like the most about this island is its warm and friendly people who are always welcoming. The complete look and feel of this island is breezy, serene and simply irresistible. You cannot miss the experience that this island can offer you. 

Half Moon Caye

This 44 acre Island in Belize offers a perfect setting to the tourists looking out for picnic as well as diving. This island is perfect for the snorkelers and has a copious marine life. A few meters away a blue hole can be found that is also the highlight of this reserve. Loggerhead as well as Hawksbill turtles come to the shore of this island to lay their eggs. This draws attention of the tourists to this place. Moreover, around 98 bird species are said to be found here, a haven for bird watching in Belize. All this makes this beautiful island, a must visit place for tourists. 

Coco Plum Cay

The Coco Plum Island Resort is located on Coco Plum Cay. Coco Plum Cay is three cayes, islands, with a total acreage of 16 acres. The cayes are 8 miles of the coast of Dangriga in the Stann Creek District of Belize, which is a 30 minutes boat ride. The main parts of the resort are located on the middle island. From there it is easily possible to walk to the other islands. The islands are also called Coco Plum Caye or Coco Plum Island. 

Man-O-War Caye

Man-O-War Caye, a bird sanctuary, is located a 1/2 mile from Coco Plum Caye. This caye is home to birds like pelicans, brown booby birds and magnificent frigate birds. It is good possible to go birding at this Caye from the Coco Plum Island Resort

Ranguana Caye

Ranguana Caye is a 2 acre privately owned island, a hour boat ride (18 miles) from the Placencia Peninsula of Placencia in Belize and 0.5 mile from the Barrier Reef of Belize. This island includes a palapa-covered dining area and three cabanas. Robert's Grove Beach Resort offers all inclusive packages to this island. 

Robert's Caye

Robert's Caye is a 1 acre privately owned island, a 30 minutes boat ride (10 miles) from the coast of Placencia in Belize. This island includes a small restaurant with bar and four cabanas partly over the water of the Caribbean Sea. This island offers great options for swimming, snorkeling and diving. Robert's Grove Beach Resort offers all inclusive packages to this island. 

Sanctuary Caye

The Sanctuary Caye is a five-acre private island off the shores of Sanctuary Belize. The coral reefs of the island provide a home to tropical fish, sea turtles and eagle rays. The island is exclusively reserved for residents and guests of Sanctuary Belize. 

South Water Caye

The island South Water Caye is part of a protected marine sanctuary, the South Water Caye Marine Reserve, and is one of the islands which is atop of the Belize Barrier Reef. The caye is located about 12 miles east from the coast of Belize, a 45 minutes boat ride departing in the south of Belize from the region of Hopkins and Sittee.