Chabil Mar Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Belize, a small country in Central America that shares a border with Mexico and Guatemala, is known for its lush rainforests and Mayan ruins. But it's most famous for its snorkeling and scuba diving, which are among the best in the world: The barrier reef off shore is second only to the Great Barrier Reef off Australia, and visitors can see turtles (both green and leatherback), nurse sharks, stingrays, and a variety of tropical fish. For those who just want to kick back on the sand, the stunning white sand beaches and shaded areas will suit them just fine. Here are just a few of our favorite beaches in Belize, each one with so much to offer! Chabil Mar is located along the 26-mile-long Placencia Peninsula in southeastern Belize. The beach along Placencia Peninsula is known for fine white sand and calm blue water. Due to rain, the summer season may bring seaweed wash, but the groundskeepers clean the beach daily.

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 Belize, a small country in Central America that shares a border with Mexico and Guatemala, is known for its lush rainforests and Mayan ruins. But it's most famous for its snorkeling and scuba diving, which are among the best in the world: The barrier reef off shore is second only to the Great Barrier Reef off Australia, and visitors can see turtles (both green and leatherback), nurse sharks, stingrays, and a variety of tropical fish. For those who just want to kick back on the sand, the stunning white sand beaches and shaded areas will suit them just fine. Here are just a few of our favorite beaches in Belize, each one with so much to offer! Chabil Mar is located along the 26-mile-long Placencia Peninsula in southeastern Belize. The beach along Placencia Peninsula is known for fine white sand and calm blue water. Due to rain, the summer season may bring seaweed wash, but the groundskeepers clean the beach daily.
Belize, a small country in Central America that shares a border with Mexico and Guatemala, is known for its lush rainforests and Mayan ruins. But it's most famous for its snorkeling and scuba diving, which are among the best in the world: The barrier reef off shore is second only to the Great Barrier Reef off Australia, and visitors can see turtles (both green and leatherback), nurse sharks, stingrays, and a variety of tropical fish. For those who just want to kick back on the sand, the stunning white sand beaches and shaded areas will suit them just fine. Here are just a few of our favorite beaches in Belize, each one with so much to offer! Chabil Mar is located along the 26-mile-long Placencia Peninsula in southeastern Belize. The beach along Placencia Peninsula is known for fine white sand and calm blue water. Due to rain, the summer season may bring seaweed wash, but the groundskeepers clean the beach daily. Owners Jan and Sandra opened this romantic hideaway in 2001. Travelers are mostly drawn to Ambergris Caye for the world-class diving and snorkeling at Belize Barrier Reef, about half a mile off shore. But for those who want to stay more inland, the resort has a gorgeous beach with plenty of space to lounge. As its name suggests, Kama Lounge & Bistro Bar started solely as a bistro bar, and in less than a year evolved to include a few condo units. he beach area in front of the main bistro bar and condo units has white sand and palm trees for shade. A manmade barrier separates the sand from the water, but there are a few ladders placed intermittently for guests who want to swim. Turtle Inn, owned by the Coppola family and sister property to Blancaneaux Lodge, is an intimate luxury resort set alongside a beautiful stretch of the Caribbean Sea near Placencia. The water is very calm since the barrier reef blocks natural breaking waves; two swimming docks are offered so that guests can jump in past the seaweed that accumulates along the shore. This laid-back, 52-room property has rooms on both Placencia Peninsula and two small private islands. The coast off of Placencia Peninsula enjoys shallow water for hundreds of feet, and waves are calm. Grand Caribe is one of the larger properties on Ambergris Caye, with 72 one- to five-bedroom condos that appeal to families and groups. A pretty stretch of white sand beach can be enjoyed near the pier. The area is used as a scenic spot for wedding ceremonies, and is also a part of the Ambergris Caye beach bike path. Xanadu Island Resort is a simple, relaxed property with 18 spacious units resting on a pretty stretch of beach along Ambergris Caye, minutes from central San Pedro. The property sits on a quiet beach location, and is a prime beach spot in Ambergris Caye faces the barrier reef.
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