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Support Sustainability at Ray Caye Resort

Environmental sustainability is preferable for resorts, although it is not easy to achieve. Because of their proximity to bodies of water and its possible sewage system and pollution, these constructions pose a threat to the local flora and animals. Construction apparently kills corals. What’s more painful to know is that tourism puts unnecessary pressure on natural resources by way of consumption, sometimes overconsumption. It may lead to soil erosion, loss of natural habitat, and a threat to endangered species.

But to our pleasant surprise, Ray Caye Resort is not in that league. Here you can experience nature as you are supposed to; pristine, lush, and pollution free. The crystal clear sea, exceptional service, and a laid-back ambiance make way for a private vacay. Ray Caye is a private island resort that sets the bar high enough for those eyeing to be in the environmentally efficient league.

This is the first resort to install TESLA Powerwall. The entire property runs efficiently on solar power and takes pride in its initiative. Also, what is served on your plate is produced majorly in the organic gardens on the island itself.

The property also cares for the marine ecosystem. Hence they have partnered with multiple local organizations to keep the surrounding water as sustainable as possible. Preservation of the Belize environment is of utmost importance to Ray Caye.

Where can you put your feet up?

There are oceanfront villas and suites for couples and families, honeymoon suites for the newlyweds, cabanas for families, and island house rooms for two. However, if you can afford it, you can have the whole island to yourself. Ray Caye welcomes guests all-year round at surprising rates.

Why Ray Caye, You Say?

If you seek a tropical repose in the Caribbean with your partner or want an exclusive destination for your honeymoon, this is the place to be. Nestled on the edge of Gladden Spit and Silk Cayes Marine Reserve, the resort is close to Belize Barrier Reef. This makes the resort an ideal location for guests interested in fishing, snorkeling, diving, and other water activities such as paddle boarding, kayaking, piloting a Hobie Wave catamaran, and more. Those serious about these activities can also look for certifications in scuba diving, rescue diving, and much more.

If you are looking for a romantic getaway, plan your days at this Caribbean delight in Belize with superb weather and gorgeous views.

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