While we plan for you to have a rejuvenating get away, we do know you want to experience peace and serenity and certain comforts, so we don't only have great opportunities for relaxation and reconnection we also have:
vegetarian* breakfast, lunch and dinner
- Complimentary Wi-fi
- Self-serve beverages
- 24 hour electricity
- Ceiling fans
- Air conditioning at peak heat index hours
- Private bathrooms
- Daily housekeeping
- Laundry facilities available
- Sarongs and flip flops available for purchase
*some fish dishes are available.
What you should bring:
- Lightweight breathable wear
- Shirts – both long and short sleeve
- Pants – both long and short
- Comfortable shoes
- Water sport Sandals
- Windbreaker or light jacket or sweater
- Hat (wide-brimmed)
(SPF 35 & waterproof)
- Insect Repellent
- Sun glasses
- First-aid kit
- American Airlines (800)433-7300
- Continental Airlines
- Southwest Airlines (800) 435-9792
- U.S. Airways (800) 428-4322
- Delta Air Lines (800) 455-2720
Belize Local Carriers & Charters:
- Carl Bee Air Service/Municipal Airstrip 223-3542/224-4253
- Javier's Flying Service, Ltd./Municipal Airstrip 223-1029/223-5360
- Maya Island Air International Airport 225-2336
- Municipal Airstrip Corozal 422-2874
English is the official language and is widely spoken, as is Spanish. Maya, Garifuna and Creole are also spoken.
Belize Time Zone:
Central Standard Time. Belize does
not observe daylight-saving time.
Currency Exchange in Belize:
Local currency is the Belize Dollar, or BZ. One U.S. dollar is worth $2BZD.
Entry Requirements in Belize:
Visitors to Belize are required to be in possession of valid passports and return/onward tickets. Visas are not required for citizens of the U.S., European Union, Commonwealth or Caricom nations, Mexico, Austria and Costa Rica. Visas are required for all
other nationalities and can be obtained from any Belizean Embassy, consulate or British Embassy. For specific information please contact the Immigration and Nationality Department. Anyone traveling with an infant must provide proper documentation
for the child including a valid passport. In the event a passport is not available, an exception may be made with an original copy of the child's birth certificate, and a visitor's permit may be issued for a fee of $25 USD.
From the International Airport to Corozal/Consejo Shores:
Turn left out of the parking lot and follow this road to the T intersection. Turn left on to the Northern Hwy. Gas up before leaving the Belize City/Ladyville
area, as the 1st fuelling station is 1.5 hours away. Approx 60 min along the hwy there is a $ .75 Bz toll station. There are 2 major roundabouts along the way as you get closer to Orange Walk, make sure to follow the signs to Corozal. Follow the highway approx
120 km (75 miles) to a T intersection, turning left to continue through a number of small villages into the town of Corozal. Follow the road along the bay until you reach a Y intersection. Take the right leg of the Y which is 1st Ave, follow 1st Ave until
you reach another Y, keep to the left, and this road is 4th Ave, follow 4th Ave out of town, the road then becomes Consejo Rd. Follow Consejo Rd for 5 km (3 miles). Turn right onto Serenity Road (Serenity Road can be quite rough). Follow this road 1.6 km (1.1
miles), turn on the first right onto Paradise Lane, follow this road turning left onto Coconut Grove Road, then right onto Serenity Lane until you reach the resort.
Note: there are many large speed bumps on the
Northern Hwy as you enter all the towns along the way. Make sure you slow down!
From the Mexican border (Chetumal):
The least expensive way to Belize is to fly to
Cancun and catch a bus or drive to Chetumal, then to catch another bus or drive into Corozal.
After leaving the Santa Elena border crossing parking lot turn left (south) onto the Northern Hwy. Follow the highway approx 10 min until you reach a T intersection,
turn left into Corozal. Follow the road into Corozal, the road curves to the right, immediately after the curve turn left at the first road (there is a small white monument on the meridian at this corner) onto 1st St South. Continue on 1st St South until you
reach 4th Ave, turn left onto 4th Ave (past the park) and follow out of town, the road then becomes Consejo Rd. Follow Consejo Rd for 5 km (3 miles). Turn right onto Serenity Road. Follow this road 1.2 km (0.75 miles), turn on the first right onto Paradise
Lane, follow this road turning left onto Coconut Grove Road, then right onto Serenity Lane until you reach the resort.
Note: Belize has two seasons, rainy and dry. The wet season runs from June to November (the
hottest months). The mosquitos are widespread during the rainy season so bring your bug spray! The dry season starts in December with February being the coolest time of the year. Corozal is warm year round with the temperatures averaging 83 F (28 C)
in the wet season and 79 F (26 C) in the dry season.