The exquisite paradise of Thatch Caye Resort offers escapism and relaxation on its private island nine miles from the coast of Belize.
Belize is a warm and welcoming country, and this theme continues on the island. With a maximum of 30 guests, Thatch Caye Resort is intimate and takes pride in the attention given to its guests.
A fine array of awards proves excellence and commitment.
- TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence, 2019.
- TripAdvisor Green Leader - Platinum, the highest status awarded by TripAdvisor, testifying to Thatch Caye’s commitment to protecting the environment.
2020 Hotel and Spa Awards
- Most Luxurious Hotel and Resort — Belize.
- LUX Excellence Award for Outstanding Customer Service — Belize.
2020 Latin America Business Awards
- Best Tropical Island Resort — Belize.
- TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice.
- Belize Tourism Health and Safety Gold Standards Award.
- The World Travel and Tourism Council — The Safe Travels Stamp Award.
When Is the Best Time to Visit?
Thatch Caye offers relaxation on the beach, many non-motorized water sports, and local tours. So, what month suits your requirements?
- Spring (March to May): Temperatures are between 84,2 F and 89,6 F (29°C - 32°C). April and May are the warmer months. There is not much rainfall, except the odd downpour. Spring is busier as March is a winter sun destination for North Americans.
- Summer (June to August): Temperatures are getting hotter and with more rain. Low season in Belize. However, many travelers choose this time as it is possible to find lower-priced hotels.
- Autumn (September to November): Temperatures range from 82,4 F to 89°F (28°C to 32°C), and the breeze makes it feel comfortable. There is the potential of 8 - 11 days of rain. These months continue as low season, with many businesses reducing their prices.
- Winter (December to February)
A comfortable time with pleasant temperatures from 82,4 F - 86 F (28°C - 30°C). Rainfall of 3 - 8 days a month.
Creeping to high season, expect Belize to be busier and prices higher. However, with only 30 guests at Thatch Caye Resort, this period will go unnoticed but book early as demand increases.
Rooms & Services Available
Thatch Caye Resort offers you a break from the hectic life. Wi-Fi, a TV and a phone are all missing from your room. These are in the Coco Lounge.
- Private bath with a shower
- Bottled water
Other resort amenities:
- Yoga and fitness areas
- Natural saltwater pool
- Breakfast area
- Overwater Starfish Bar
- Dine under the stars at The Grove dining room
- Activity equipment, including kayaks, bikes and paddle boards
- The 5-star PADI Dive operation
- A private space for romantic dinners
- A safe in the manager’s office
- Gift shop
Thatch Caye is an all-inclusive resort, island style. It includes a return trip to Dangriga Airport, a marine reserve access fee, and unlimited use of the activity equipment. The best local chefs prepare Belizean and international cuisine using local ingredients. You will enjoy three meals daily, snacks and all local non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages. Thatch Caye offers many packages from Honeymoons, yoga, or Sea to Tree, where you can explore the jungle and snorkel Belize’s barrier reef. A friendly community spirit with pre-dinner drinks and meals shared with other guests. Daily adventures take place with all guests’ welcome.
The Thatch Caye Resort takes our beautiful, fragile environment seriously, making it easy to appreciate living close to nature. The resort incorporates sustainability into its practices. Solar energy provides power, and single-use plastic is banned.
Thatch Caye is a 12-acre marine park within the boundaries of the South West Marine Reserve. The resort recently underwent renovations using reclaimed materials from the island.
After arriving at Belize International Airport, you can take a 15-minute flight down the Belize coastline to Dangriga. Or take the Muy’Ono Explorer, an air-conditioned van taking you on a two-hour tour to Dangriga.
On arrival, a Thatch Caye Resort representative will drive you to Pelican for the boat to the resort.
- A unique island setting for 30 guests.
- All-inclusive resort with an excellent gastronomical experience.
- Water-based activities.
- Relaxing eco-experience.
- Explore the barrier reef and jungle.
- You won’t want to leave.
If you love nature, embrace the idea of staying at an ecotourism resort. You can thrive in a mix of relaxation and action, enjoying watersports, exploring the barrier reef or visiting the jungle. The only question is when to book your stay. Thatch Caye Resort offers a unique escape experience and the perfect picture of paradise.