Turneffe Atoll is the largest and most biologically diverse coral atoll in the Western Hempisphere. Located 25 miles east of Belize City, Turneffe, approximately 30 miles long and
10 miles wide, is composed of a group of sand and cayes, lagoons, and lush seagrass beds, all surrounded and protected by a living coral reef “ring.” A reef crest and magnificent shallow coral buttresses is followed by reef rim on the outer reef drop-off.
All our private air-conditioned cabanas offer a porch and swinging hammock, facing the eastern Caribbean Sea. Each individual cabana has ceiling fans, one or two beds, nightstands and closet area. The baths are modern and equipped with hot showers. Deluxe cabanas have large sitting areas and other amenities, while families often like our Triplex with adjoining bedrooms and shared porch.
Sleeping and meals
We have a brand new infinity pool, new 50 foot dive boat, new island generator and are now offering the island as a wedding destination. We offer honeymoon packages and full island rentals.
Nestled within 1,300 acres of island forest, the resort sits on two miles of private, white sand beach. This long-established resort, acclaimed for scuba diving
, recently added guided sea kayaking where you can enjoy the surrounding habitat which serves as a feeding and resting area for gregarious dolphins and sea turtles. Blackbird is also the home to over 27 different bird species.
Rates & Availability
Children are welcome at Blackbird. Children 6 & under are free and children 12 & under are 1/2 price when sharing a room with their parents.
We are currently offering buy one 7 night dive or snorkel package and get the second one at 50% off through the end of March. Travel dates are from May to July.
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Blackbird Caye Resort, Belize: 18 air-conditioned beachfront cabanas, guided diving & snorkeling trips on Turneffe Atoll, offers the highest biodiversity in the Caribbean with bountiful marine life, coral gardens and dolphin habitats all within 5-10 minutes from the resort.
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