In an ever shrinking world Belize remains totally unique and mostly untouched. Between the rain forests of the Toledo District, the sugar cane fields in Corozal District, the Maya ruins of Cayo District and the off-shore Cayes lays one of the most diverse nations in the world. Diversity in geography and ethnics combined with a non-violent British heritage help set Belize apart from other Central American and Caribbean nations. Almost 1/3 of our nation is set aside in nature and marine reserves.
Belize is a democracy modeled after the Westminster System. Our official language is English and our currency, the Belize Dollar is pegged to the US Dollar at a rate of $2 BZ to $1 US. All merchants will accept either currency. Our legal system is modeled after British Common Law and we are a Commonwealth Nation as well as a member of Caricom and the UN.
Ambergris Caye and San Pedro Town are nestled along side the Belize Barrier Reef. Being an Island community with a heritage of life along the reef we take the protection and conservation of our reef as the common concern of all Island residents.
We pledge to help our visitors understand the importance of our tiny piece of the universe and help them learn to love it, respect it and hold it in awe as we do.
Q: Where is the resort located in comparison to town?
Q: Who is your dive operator?
A: Steve Bowen, better known as Scuba Steve is our Dive operator. With over 16 years of instructional experience, Scuba Steve is among the very best. His primary concern is your safety. Steve is extremely environmentally conscious and will help you understand and appreciate what you are seeing. More Questions?
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