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Island Hopping In Belize

By: Itzana / 04 Aug 2015
Island Hopping In Belize

Itz'ana is all about the water. Outside the comfort of your private slice of paradise lies an endless array of cayes. These small, sandy islands mark the surface of the second biggest coral reef in the world. Each one is beautiful and unique, and we haven't even gotten to the best part: you're in a prime location to explore them all.

Here's our checklist for a perfect day of island hopping off the coast of Belize:

Mojo Caye:

Sometimes you just want to chill at the beach and kick back with a beer. On Mojo Caye, the bar's right in the sand with you. With ample space for picnics and barbeques, it's the perfect spot for hanging back and lazing on a hammock.

Silk Cayes:

A protected marine reserve, the Silk Cayes comprise two picturesque, uninhabited islands located right atop the barrier reef. Get your snorkel gear ready, because the area is teeming with sea turtles and nurse sharks. The light blue water makes for dream-worthy photos, so don't leave your camera behind.

 Island Hopping In Belize

Hachet Caye:

Picture the Caribbean before anyone had ever heard of the cruise ship. That's Hachet Caye. A small private island off the Placencia coast, it boasts gorgeous beaches, crystal waters and no crowds in sight. Dock your catamaran and relax for an hour, or stay for the evening and dine at the on-site Lion Fish Restaurant. There's no better way to end a day at sea.

 Island Hopping In Belize

Coming Soon: Itz'ana Caye

We'll let you in on a secret. Coming soon: a totally private escape for Itz'ana owners and guests. A special island getaway with all the luxuries and appointments you'd expect from the team behind Itz'ana. You'll bask in the sun, sail a yacht or camp overnight; it's completely up to you.

Set sail for a private picnic on the sand.

Ready to grab your swimsuit and hop on board? Talk to us today and we'll have your toes in the water in no time.

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