Belize Island Resort Directions

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Getting to Belize

There is only one international airport in Belize – it is the Phillip Goldson Airport (BZE)
 

The following airlines fly into Belize:

Airline Arrival Flights Origin Departure Flights Destination
Avianca Mon, Thur - Sun San Salvador Tue & Wed San Salvador
Tropic Air Daily
Mon, Thur - Sun
Flores & Cancun
Merida
Daily
Mon, Thur - Sun
Flores & Cancun
Merida
United Daily
Sat
Houston
Newark
Daily
Sat
Houston
Newark
US Airways Daily Charlotte Daily Charlotte
American Airlines Daily Miami & Dallas Daily Miami & Dallas
Copa Airlines Tue & Fri
Daily
Panama City
Houston
Tue & Fri Panama City
Delta Daily
Sat
Atlanta
Los Angeles
Daily
Sat
Atlanta
Los Angeles
Southwest Airlines

Daily
Sat (Seasonal Mar 11-Apr 24, 2017)

Daily

Houston (Hobby)
Denver

Ft. Lauderdale

Daily
Sat (Seasonal 2017)

Daily

Houston (Hobby)
Denver

Ft. Lauderdale

West Jet

2x Weekly

Weekly (Starts Nov 3, 2017)

Toronto, Canada

Calgary, Canada

2x Weekly

Weekly

Toronto, Canada

Calgary, Canada

Air Canada Weekly
(Seasonal Dec15, 2017-Apr 13, 2018)
Toronto, Canada Weekly Toronto, Canada

 

 

 

Getting to San Pedro

 

Once you arrive at the international airport you have a few options to get to San Pedro, Ambergris Caye:

 

1. Travel by plane


Fly with Tropic Air from Belize International Airport (BZE) to San Pedro (SPR):
Flights leave every hour with the last flight departing at 5:40pm.
Flight time is 20 minutes. Cost is US$157.50 per person round trip.


Fly with Tropic Air from Belize Municipal Airport (TZA) to San Pedro (SPR):
To get to the Municipal Airport, you will need to take a road taxi from the international airport. The trip takes approximately 30 minutes and costs around US$30 for the vehicle. 
Flights leave every hour with the last flight departing at 5:30
Flight time is 20 minutes. Cost is US$103.00 per adult round trip. Children 2-11 US$73.90 per child round trip.

 

We are happy to book these flights for you!
In order for us to do so, please email us your full names as they appear in your passports as well as your international itinerary so that we can book the appropriate flights.

 

2. Travel by boat - public water taxis


In order to travel to San Pedro on one of the regular water taxis you will need to take a road taxi from the international airport to the water taxi terminal in Belize City. The trip takes approximately 30 minutes and costs around US$30 for the vehicle.

The boat ride is 90 minutes and costs around US$30 per person for a round trip.

Water taxi reservations can be made through: San Pedro Belize Express or Ocean Ferry - tickets can be bought online but seats are not reserved - boarding is first come first served. Nautilus Water Taxi: seats can be reserved.

 

Once you arrive in San Pedro – whether at the airport or water taxi terminal – take any road taxi waiting there, to Xanadu, and when the taxi driver drops you off at Xanadu – WE pay him.

 

 

We went on several amazing tours (all organized by Xanadu). If you like animals and like to snorkel, definitely try: the Belize Zoo, Shark Ray Alley with Lil Alphonse, and the Manatee Watch (yep, we saw one) with Selvin Sealy. All were great!

Ashlee G