Grand Caribe staff took to the streets and beach on the first Friday of (June the 3rd), to be part of the First Friday Tres Cocos Clean Up Campaign. This is the first time that we came out in such large numbers and we’re happy to report that we all had so much fun cleaning […]
Our first Facebook Contest having been a hit for those wishing to win a weekend getaway to Ambergris Caye, Grand Caribe Resort & Condominiums has decided to follow up with a series of monthly, themed contests for our Fans on Facebook. This month’s contest for families contains a highly-coveted prize that includes a 4-night stay […]
This past Tuesday marked a special day, Grand Caribe Resort and Cowboy’s Pool Bar and Grill both joined the Belize Red Cross Medical Safety program. We are very pleased to say Between the two, we sent the following 5 staff for Certified first aid training with the Belize Red Cross: Karla Gutierez, Marleni Cruz, Alberto […]
TripAdvisor recently put together its list of finalists for its prestigious 2012 Travelers’ Choice awards and, quite unsurprisingly, San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, Belize, made the list of top 10 beach destinations in Central America…
It is often said on Belize forums and Trip Advisor that Belize beaches are not the best compared to some places and that Belize is not really considered a beach destination. We have to disagree and say the best beaches in Belize are on Ambergris Caye. The sand is soft and white paired with clear blue-green […]
Conch Shells found on the beach! Grand Caribe has so much to offer its guest and as this blog continues, the uniqueness of the resort as well as of Ambergris Caye and Belize itself will be discovered.
Pelicans flying over Grand Caribe The last blog spoke of the culture of Belize, the people that inhabit this small yet culturally diverse country. And now we discover another important element of Belize, the other inhabitants which are just as diverse and laid-back. The wildlife and marine life is abundant here and make life both more exciting and more beautiful. According to the Belize Audubon Society there are
Belize’s national animal and bird are rare and intriguing animals; the tapir and the toucan. Yet they are not the only rarities, for there are jaguars, the scarlet macaws, howler monkeys and the crocodiles to name a few of our larger more visible land loving neighbors. We also have the Barrier Reef which houses our beautiful and wondrous water loving friends, dolphins (which seem to love accompanying boats), manatees, sea turtles, sting rays, sharks and an array of fish, shellfish and invertebrates make Belize there home.
These animals are sprinkled everywhere, Belize is nature and nature is Belize; we Belizeans simply live amongst it. Our guests do the same as they stay in their island home, where nature surrounds them in the sky, in the sea and on the land.