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Your hosts are the Pelican Beach family a group of enthusiastic professionals representative of the many cultures to be found in Belize - Garinagu, Creole, Mayan, and Mestizo to be found throughout Belize.The makeup of the Pelican Beach family is defined, not by the blood lines of the original owners, Henry and Alice Bowman, but by the common commitment of our team to taking care of our guests and ensuring that you enjoy your vacation. Since we opened in 1971 we have aimed to serve the best of Belize's magnificent reef, rainforest and culture with genuine Belizean hospitality.Rooms:Our main building is a colonial style wood and concrete combination and houses 12 rooms on the second storey with our lobby, restaurant, bar, gift shop and other guest services on the ground floor. An adjacent two storey building of similar style houses 8 additional rooms.We have 20 rooms, available in 3 room types:- 8 upstairs ceiling fanned with seaview porch- 8 air conditioned- 4 upstairs ceiling fanned without porch- All rooms have private hot and cold bath, cable TV and card operated telephones.Dining Room & Bar:Our dining room is open for breakfast from 7:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. and for dinner from 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. serving a combination of Belizean & American style recipes. While most people order our seafood, we also offer other meat dishes and are happy to prepare your special requests.Breakfast - Complimentary coffee is ready from 5:30 a.m. to 7:00 a.m. at which time we serve a breakfast buffet of tropical fruit, cereal and Belizean breads with eggs and bacon, ham and sausages to order.Lunch - served from our sea side bar which opens 10:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. & 4:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. A wide variety of food including our famous grilled fish burger, Belizean dishes, homemade soups, French fries, fruit and vegetable salads and juices are available all day long. For guests out on tours during the day we provide a picnic lunch (sample menu - baked chicken, potato salad, roll, fruit, juice and water).Dinner - Our three course dinner menu changes daily and is served from 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. You have a choice of soup or salad, meat or seafood entree with dessert and coffee.Our bar stock includes a selection of local beers, rum and tropical drinks such as our famous Belizean Mama & Frosty Coffee.While Pelican Beach Resort is a perfect base to explore both the rainforest of the Cockscomb Basin or the marine life of the barrier reef, the area around the resort offers a multitude of things to do, from bird watching to swimming.Other amenities and activities that we offer here include:- Gift Shop - offers a wide selection of Belizean and Central American merchandise.- Television & Telephones - Available in guest areas and all rooms.- Laundry - same day service if received by 10:00 a.m.- Meeting Facilities - available for groups up to 24 people at both our Dangriga and South Water Caye facilities.- In house activities - A variety of board games, ping-pong table and a small exchange library are located on the property.- Swimming - is possible just off the beach in front of the hotel. - - There is a sand and mud bottom with an abundance of sand dollars. Coral needs high salinity and does not grow near the mainland.- Garden - Over the years we have cultivated numerous tropical plant species, including over 10 varieties of hibiscus and other flowering plants which attract birds, squirrels and iguana.The atmosphere is relaxing, offering: Belize's only living coral reef aquarium housed between our seaside bar and dining room; hammock-hung thatched cabana on the dock; comfortable air conditioned and ceiling fanned rooms; meeting facilities; travel agency and knowledgeable guides for all excursions.
Hotel Activities Description
ToursWhere we go and what we do - sample our tours or let's make your own. The Pelican Beach Resorts are the perfect bases to explore both the tropical forests of the south and marine life of the splendid barrier reef. The Stann Creek Region is part of the untouched portion of Belize. Until recently, rough roads, and tall jungle kept the southern part of Belize a guarded secret. But with the reconstruction of the beautiful Hummingbird Highway and the new Coastal Road, the Southern portion of the country, along with all its natural treasures suddenly becomes easily available.Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Reserve - tropical forests and hikingAll day tour to Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary, the World's First ever Jaguar Reserve, where our experienced guide will accompany you on the many well-maintained and strategically located trails in search of over 300 species of birds; howler monkeys, flora, fauna and the elusive jaguar. Other points of interest on this tour include the women's craft cooperative at Maya Center; the 19th. century Serpon Sugar mill; and the Garifuna fishing village of Hopkins.We also offer overnight guided tours staying at the sanctuary in dormitory style accommodations. These include 5 rooms with bunk beds, composting toilets, solar powered lighting and basic cooking facilities. Pre-cooked meals are also available from Pelican Beach.Southwater Caye - Barrier Reef and SnorkelingAll day snorkeling trip to the reef and South Water Caye, a beautiful 15 acre island resting atop the barrier reef. Stop at Man-O-War Caye, one of the Caribbean's 10 largest nesting sites of the Magnificent frigate bird. Onward to South Water Caye where unlimited snorkeling awaits you from the gorgeous white sand beach, or a 5 minute boat ride to nearby patch reefs, Mangrove habitats or the spectacular drop off! Snorkeling gear available for rent at Pelican Beach.Dangriga Cultural Town TourExplore Dangriga with visits to renowned Belizean artist, Benjamin Nicholas and drum-maker Austin Rodriquez, then, if they're baking, visit Sabal's Cassava Farm to see the processing of the cassava root and sample some of the products they make. Don't forget to visit the array of small shops in town.Cahal Pech, Xunantunich, and Blue Hole National ParkTravel west via the newly paved Hummingbird Highway to the Blue Hole National Park, an inland sink hole (and refreshing swim), then onwards on the western highway to Cahal Pech ruins where you can view an ancient ceremonial center and dozens or plazas and temples. Lunch in San Ignacio, then ferry over to Xunantunich. the highest man-made structure in Belize. Climb the 130 foot El Castillo and enjoy a breathtaking view of western Belize and Guatemala.Guanacaste National Park, Belize Zoo, Blue Hole, St. Herman's CaveThe first stop is the Guanacaste National Park on the Western Highway where you can hike nature trails and view large Guanacaste Trees. Next stop is Belize Zoo for an 'up close' look at most of Belize's large mammals and birds as kept in their natural habitat. Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant, then onward to the Blue Hole National Park, an inland sink hole (and refreshing swim) and trail through St. Herman's Cave.El PilarTravel West along the scenic Hummingbird and Western Highways and stop in south Cayo District to spend the day at this awesome nature and archaeological reserve. Spend the day birdwatching, viewing and climbing semi-restored mayan plazas, burial sites, houses. Area is surrounded by various types of flora and fauna.Sittee RiverTravel by boat south to the Sittee river, for a perfect introduction to the biological wealth of tropical watersheds. Look for egrets, herons and ibises feeding along the banks as you slowly motor upriver in search of iguanas, towering fig trees and bamboo cathedrals in search of Manatee, crocodile and the hickatee turtle. Lunch on a sand bar at the mouth of the river or on the golden sand beaches at Hopkins Village.

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Pelican Beach Resort, Dangriga, Belize - Two beach front locations in southern Belize catering to individuals, honeymooners, families and groups of all ages. Welcome to Pelican Beach Resort on mainland Dangriga, your gateway to adventure in southern Belize.

Enjoy family-reciped meals with plenty of seafood, seaside bar; swaying hammocks under the thatched dock and comfortable, air-conditioned or ceiling fanned rooms. Your daily guided adventures could include the Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary, Dangriga Town, The Belize Zoo, the inland Blue Hole, ancient Mayan ruins, snorkeling trips on Belize\'s barrier reef and more........

The coastal town of Dangriga, in the Stann Creek District and home to our Pelican Beach Resort - Dangriga base, is located on the eastern end of the recently paved and very picturesque Hummingbird Highway. Deriving its name from the local Garifuna language, and loosely defined as \sweet water is close at hand\, Dangriga\'s population of roughly 11,000 is settled along the North Stann Creek OR Gumagarugu River.

The town is primarily supported by the nearby citrus and banana industries and is perfect for getting to know the unique Garifuna culture-descendants of African slaves who intermarried with the Carib Indians of South America and originally arrived in Belize in 1823.

The Stann Creek district is one of the few districts in Belize that actually has excellent samples of ALL Belize\'s natural attractions. These include the World renowned Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary (Jaguar Reserve); the caves and manatees of Gales Point; the Mayan ruins of Mayflower; and the exquisite coral islands of South Water, Carrie Bow and Tobacco Cayes. The latter, unlike most of Belize\'s islands, sit right atop the barrier reef and are located within Belize\'s largest marine park,the South Water Caye Marine Reserve. In addition you are within an easy day tour of the inland Blue Hole and St. Herman\'s Cave National Park, the Belize Zoo, and even the ancient Mayan sites of the Cayo district.
Your hosts are the Pelican Beach family a group of enthusiastic professionals representative of the many cultures to be found in Belize - Garinagu, Creole, Mayan, and Mestizo to be found throughout Belize.The makeup of the Pelican Beach family is defined, not by the blood lines of the original owners, Henry and Alice Bowman, but by the common commitment of our team to taking care of our guests and ensuring that you enjoy your vacation. Since we opened in 1971 we have aimed to serve the best of Belize's magnificent reef, rainforest and culture with genuine Belizean hospitality.Rooms:Our main building is a colonial style wood and concrete combination and houses 12 rooms on the second storey with our lobby, restaurant, bar, gift shop and other guest services on the ground floor. An adjacent two storey building of similar style houses 8 additional rooms.We have 20 rooms, available in 3 room types:- 8 upstairs ceiling fanned with seaview porch- 8 air conditioned- 4 upstairs ceiling fanned without porch- All rooms have private hot and cold bath, cable TV and card operated telephones.Dining Room & Bar:Our dining room is open for breakfast from 7:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. and for dinner from 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. serving a combination of Belizean & American style recipes. While most people order our seafood, we also offer other meat dishes and are happy to prepare your special requests.Breakfast - Complimentary coffee is ready from 5:30 a.m. to 7:00 a.m. at which time we serve a breakfast buffet of tropical fruit, cereal and Belizean breads with eggs and bacon, ham and sausages to order.Lunch - served from our sea side bar which opens 10:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. & 4:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. A wide variety of food including our famous grilled fish burger, Belizean dishes, homemade soups, French fries, fruit and vegetable salads and juices are available all day long. For guests out on tours during the day we provide a picnic lunch (sample menu - baked chicken, potato salad, roll, fruit, juice and water).Dinner - Our three course dinner menu changes daily and is served from 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. You have a choice of soup or salad, meat or seafood entree with dessert and coffee.Our bar stock includes a selection of local beers, rum and tropical drinks such as our famous Belizean Mama & Frosty Coffee.While Pelican Beach Resort is a perfect base to explore both the rainforest of the Cockscomb Basin or the marine life of the barrier reef, the area around the resort offers a multitude of things to do, from bird watching to swimming.Other amenities and activities that we offer here include:- Gift Shop - offers a wide selection of Belizean and Central American merchandise.- Television & Telephones - Available in guest areas and all rooms.- Laundry - same day service if received by 10:00 a.m.- Meeting Facilities - available for groups up to 24 people at both our Dangriga and South Water Caye facilities.- In house activities - A variety of board games, ping-pong table and a small exchange library are located on the property.- Swimming - is possible just off the beach in front of the hotel. - - There is a sand and mud bottom with an abundance of sand dollars. Coral needs high salinity and does not grow near the mainland.- Garden - Over the years we have cultivated numerous tropical plant species, including over 10 varieties of hibiscus and other flowering plants which attract birds, squirrels and iguana.The atmosphere is relaxing, offering: Belize's only living coral reef aquarium housed between our seaside bar and dining room; hammock-hung thatched cabana on the dock; comfortable air conditioned and ceiling fanned rooms; meeting facilities; travel agency and knowledgeable guides for all excursions.
ToursWhere we go and what we do - sample our tours or let's make your own. The Pelican Beach Resorts are the perfect bases to explore both the tropical forests of the south and marine life of the splendid barrier reef. The Stann Creek Region is part of the untouched portion of Belize. Until recently, rough roads, and tall jungle kept the southern part of Belize a guarded secret. But with the reconstruction of the beautiful Hummingbird Highway and the new Coastal Road, the Southern portion of the country, along with all its natural treasures suddenly becomes easily available.Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Reserve - tropical forests and hikingAll day tour to Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary, the World's First ever Jaguar Reserve, where our experienced guide will accompany you on the many well-maintained and strategically located trails in search of over 300 species of birds; howler monkeys, flora, fauna and the elusive jaguar. Other points of interest on this tour include the women's craft cooperative at Maya Center; the 19th. century Serpon Sugar mill; and the Garifuna fishing village of Hopkins.We also offer overnight guided tours staying at the sanctuary in dormitory style accommodations. These include 5 rooms with bunk beds, composting toilets, solar powered lighting and basic cooking facilities. Pre-cooked meals are also available from Pelican Beach.Southwater Caye - Barrier Reef and SnorkelingAll day snorkeling trip to the reef and South Water Caye, a beautiful 15 acre island resting atop the barrier reef. Stop at Man-O-War Caye, one of the Caribbean's 10 largest nesting sites of the Magnificent frigate bird. Onward to South Water Caye where unlimited snorkeling awaits you from the gorgeous white sand beach, or a 5 minute boat ride to nearby patch reefs, Mangrove habitats or the spectacular drop off! Snorkeling gear available for rent at Pelican Beach.Dangriga Cultural Town TourExplore Dangriga with visits to renowned Belizean artist, Benjamin Nicholas and drum-maker Austin Rodriquez, then, if they're baking, visit Sabal's Cassava Farm to see the processing of the cassava root and sample some of the products they make. Don't forget to visit the array of small shops in town.Cahal Pech, Xunantunich, and Blue Hole National ParkTravel west via the newly paved Hummingbird Highway to the Blue Hole National Park, an inland sink hole (and refreshing swim), then onwards on the western highway to Cahal Pech ruins where you can view an ancient ceremonial center and dozens or plazas and temples. Lunch in San Ignacio, then ferry over to Xunantunich. the highest man-made structure in Belize. Climb the 130 foot El Castillo and enjoy a breathtaking view of western Belize and Guatemala.Guanacaste National Park, Belize Zoo, Blue Hole, St. Herman's CaveThe first stop is the Guanacaste National Park on the Western Highway where you can hike nature trails and view large Guanacaste Trees. Next stop is Belize Zoo for an 'up close' look at most of Belize's large mammals and birds as kept in their natural habitat. Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant, then onward to the Blue Hole National Park, an inland sink hole (and refreshing swim) and trail through St. Herman's Cave.El PilarTravel West along the scenic Hummingbird and Western Highways and stop in south Cayo District to spend the day at this awesome nature and archaeological reserve. Spend the day birdwatching, viewing and climbing semi-restored mayan plazas, burial sites, houses. Area is surrounded by various types of flora and fauna.Sittee RiverTravel by boat south to the Sittee river, for a perfect introduction to the biological wealth of tropical watersheds. Look for egrets, herons and ibises feeding along the banks as you slowly motor upriver in search of iguanas, towering fig trees and bamboo cathedrals in search of Manatee, crocodile and the hickatee turtle. Lunch on a sand bar at the mouth of the river or on the golden sand beaches at Hopkins Village.

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