Location: South Water Caye Marine Reserve World Heritage Site, Belize
Go: Royal Belize is a completely private island in Belize. Fully all-inclusive and offered to just one guest party at a time, the private island holds up to 16 guests in 5 luxury suites and a spacious bunkhouse. This private island is 7.5 acres and just nine miles off the coast of Dangriga, Belize in the South Water Caye Marine Reserve World Heritage Site. The island resort is located right next to the Belize Barrier Reef, giving guests easy access to the best fishing, snorkeling, and SCUBA diving around!
Royal Belize is fully staffed with a 1:1 staff to guest ratio, including a private chef and adventure ambassador. Enjoy complete privacy in a picture-perfect setting. Every day is a celebration at Royal Belize, complete with a sunset Champagne toast. Any adventure is possible; from helicopter rides, to snorkeling the Belize Barrier Reef, to zipping around on jet skis. Discover pure luxury in a barefoot casual atmosphere at Royal Belize.
And Do Good: Royal Belize donates $100 BZD for every occupied night to a worthy community program, school, or non-profit organization in need of financial assistance such as Oceana Belize, Holy Angels’ Primary School, Cayo Deaf Education & Farm Institute and more.
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.