Exploring Belize Cayes: A Day at the Beauteous Ranguana Caye!
Located 1 hour off the coast of Placencia Village, Ranguana Caye is truly a slice of paradise. This picture-perfect 2-acre private island is known for beautiful snorkeling and annual sea turtle hatchings. From enjoying many of the island activities to sipping on cocktails on the beachside, a day at the beauteous Ranguana Caye can never go wrong.
As you arrive at the island, you immediately feel that sense of relaxation in your body and mind. With colorful beach chairs on a gently sloping beachside that lies along the edge of the island's turquoise waters.
From relaxing on the beach for some tan from the sun, snorkeling and canoeing around the island, sipping on refreshing cocktails at their colorful Bully’s Beach Bar, and even playing with their energetic island dog 'Shadow' who is always up for some fun in the sun; spending a day at the beauteous and tropical Ranguana Caye is definitely worthwhile.
The island also offers comfortable island-style cabanas for overnight stays. What the cabanas lack in luxury, they make up for in charm and location. This is a once-in-a-lifetime experience, especially if you're lucky enough to visit when one of many sea turtle nests hatch!
Ranguana Caye is also the perfect catamaran stop for those leaving from or returning to Placencia. Bully’s Beach Bar serves three meals per day and all the alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages you could ask for! Don’t forget to bring a t-shirt to leave your mark on the bar forever. Whether you’re staying for the week, the night, the day, or just a few hours.
Home to the second-largest Barrier Reef system in the world, Belize contains more than 450 islands that spread out around the beautiful Barrier Reef and reaching out towards the borders with Mexico, Guatemala, and Honduras. These islands, known as Cayes in Belize (pronounced: KEYS), are diverse and have their own unique offerings, making choosing one rather difficult.
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