Location: Northeast Caye, Belize
Go: Blue Horizon Lodge is an Orvis®-endorsed fly fishing lodge. Situated on a 7 acre island, locally know as Northeast Caye, Blue Horizon Lodge is a waterfront lodge perfectly located in the heart of “Permit Alley”, the most productive permit flats in Belize. Catering to dedicated and beginner anglers alike, Blue Horizon Lodge has raised the bar for customer service while maintaining the relaxed ‘island’ attitude.
Blue Horizon Lodge operates a professional team of guides that will have you casting to permit (or bonefish or tarpon) within minutes of leaving the lodge. The proximity to the flats allows visitors to maximize their time on the water during the most productive moments of each tide cycle.
Recently renovated in 2020, the intimate Blue Horizon Lodge is ideal for all vacationing anglers. The new lodge features many of the original buildings with a fresh redesign that incorporates the modern comforts this generation of traveling anglers has come enjoy and expect.
The five guests cabanas, for a maximum capacity for 10 anglers, have been completely refurbished and deliver a surprising level of sophistication for such a remote location. Each room is furnished with two full size beds and a private bathroom, complete with on demand hot water showers. Air conditioning is standard in all of the rooms, giving guests the option of enjoying the ocean breeze or a controlled climate.
And Do Good: Muy’Ono Resorts believe every traveler should have the opportunity to travel better. This doesn’t just mean better experiences for the traveler, but also making the places traveled to better. That’s why Muy’Ono Resorts focus on preserving the beauty of Belize through philanthropy, sustainability, celebrating culture, and creating “WOW!”
By choosing a Muy’Ono Resort, you’re truly choosing to travel better. Your choice to stay with Muy’Ono Resorts directly makes an impact because Muy’Ono Resorts donate a portion of every night booked to worthy local charities. Muy’Ono Resorts also pledge not to use any single-use plastic and have invested in sustainable power sources, among various other initiatives.
As a whole, Muy’Ono Initiative has raised $133,382 BZD for its local community, provided 300 local jobs and saved the usage of over a million water bottles.