We are honored you have chosen Costa Blu Dive and Beach Resort as your vacation destination on the island of Ambergris Caye.
Costa Blu is located on the island of Ambergris Caye in Belize, Central America. It is the largest of many islands in Belize, and is a popular tourist destination. San Pedro is the only town on the island. Costa Blu is located approximately 6.5 miles north of the San Pedro airstrip. Costa Blu is currently accessible primarily by boat although a government project is underway to build a road between San Pedro town and our location.
We are proud to be a part of Sandy Point Resorts Ltd., a group of award winning resorts in Belize. Our central reservations office is located on the island, and is manned by reservation professionals with an extensive knowledge of our country and our resorts. You can contact us via email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call our toll free number: 1-844-360-1553
- Complimentary arrival and departure transfers between San Pedro Town and our resort when booking your regional flight through us.
- Complimentary in-room purified drinking water.
- Complimentary in-room coffee, tea, sugar, and coffee creamer.
- Complimentary shampoo, conditioner, body wash, soap, and lotion.
- Complimentary use of kayaks and paddle boards between the hours of 8am and 5pm.
- Complimentary Wi-Fi service in designated public areas of the resort.
For a description of our rooms, please view our accommodations.
All rooms are outfitted with convenience kitchenette including a mini-fridge, small microwave and coffee maker. We do not have rooms with full kitchens onsite.
Yes, we provide 1 beach towel per person.
Our Front Desk is open between the hours of 7am and 9pm daily. After hours our security staff and Resident Manager are available.
Wi-Fi hotspots are located throughout public areas of on the resort, and each room will have Wi-Fi as well. Please note that Wi-Fi service in Belize will not be as fast or reliable as you may be accustomed to. You will be able to check and send emails, post pictures on Facebook to show your friends, but you should not expect to download large files or stream entertainment during your stay.
As a dedicated dive resort, many of our guests will be out on the water during the day while others may be enjoying mainland adventures. For those with less lofty aspirations we recommend: sleeping in, swinging in a hammock with a good book, enjoying the sun poolside, taking advantage of the complimentary bicycles or water sports items, booking a massage, or sidling up to the bar to enjoy the daily special.
At night, the resort is pretty quiet. After dinner, many guests will visit at the bar, while others will enjoy stargazing or retire to their room to relax. All rooms are equipped with Cable TV featuring all major USA Networks as well as HBO, Showtime and Encore Movie Channels.
Spa services, including massages, manicures, pedicures, and facials, can be arranged via our mobile spa service. Manicures, Pedicures and Facials can be done in your suite while you have a choice of in-room, on your balcony or by the sea for massages. Treatments can be pre-booked or arranged once you are onsite.
Life on the island is casual and relaxed, so you should pack comfortable clothing, and you may wish to pack your own dive gear. Insect repellent and sunscreen are a must along with any medications and personal items such as eyeglasses, contact lenses and contact lens solution. A flashlight and light rain jacket can come in handy when Mother Nature strikes.
We’re not sure, and as most divers are aware Sea Grass is a vital part of the eco system. It’s important to us that our guests are aware the sea beds in Belize have Sea Grass or “Turtle Grass” growing, this is harmless and in fact is an important part of Belize’s ecosystem. This grass is able to grow in our shallow waters as we have such strong protection from the World’s second largest barrier reef. This means Belize doesn’t have those traditional walk in beaches like Cancun for example, nor do we have those black-flag, strong undertow days where you can’t safely swim. Our waters are warm, calm and shallow for quite a ways out. Our resort, like many on the island, has a seawall in front to protect from beach erosion. Many of our guests enjoy swimming off our dock. During your stay on Ambergris you will see locals as well as tourists swimming off of the island’s many docks where the water is deeper.
Periodically, coastal areas of the southern USA, Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean will experience periods of Sargassum Seaweed washing ashore. Sargassum comes from the Sargasso Sea in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean and is normally kept at bay by water temperatures and currents. We work diligently to keep our area clear however guests should be aware when visiting coastal areas that seaweed may be present.
At present, there is a moratorium that prohibits the temporary importation of drones in place by Belize’s Department of Civil Aviation.
Belize currency is fixed to the US dollar at US$1 = BZ$2. US cash and major credit cards are widely accepted. At the resort, charges from our dive shop, bar, restaurant, our Mobile Spa service and tours arranged through our concierge can all be charged to your room for easy payment upon departure. Please note that the nearest ATM is located in San Pedro Town.
Yes, hairdryers and toiletries are provided in all units.
All units are stocked with coffee, tea, sugar and coffee whitener.
Our onsite restaurant, Blu, is open daily serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. You are welcome to dine indoors, under our Maya palapa, pool/bar side or take out to your room.
Please be sure to advise us in advance of arrival should you have special dietary requirements. To do so, email us at email@example.com.
Restaurants within walking distance (approx. 1 mile) include Temple Run Tavern and Portofino. Please note that the beach is not lit and walking at night is not recommended.
Our Food and Beverage team will do everything they can to accommodate food allergies and special dietary needs provided advance notice is provided. Please note that some items or ingredients may not be available in Belize.
The first step is to get to Belize. Belize’s International Airport is named Philip Goldson International Airport, code (BZE). Airlines that service BZE include: American, Avianca, Delta, United, TACA, Southwest, COPA, Maya Island Air and Tropic Air.
Guests arriving to Belize must transfer via regional flight to the island of Ambergris Caye. The island’s airstrip is located in San Pedro town. We are pleased to arrange your regional flight; the cost of US$157.50 pp. will simply be added to your account for payment upon booking. Please note that we do not assess a fee for booking your flights; this is simply a service we provide to our guests.
Once you land in San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, our representative will meet you and will send you up to our resort on the next available transfer.
To have us book your regional flight, please forward your international itinerary and full names, and we will respond within 48 hours with your flight confirmation and instructions.
Please note: Should you decide to make your own transfer arrangements between Belize City and San Pedro, you must provide the details to our resort no later than 72 hours prior to your arrival in order to be included on our complimentary transfer schedule between San Pedro Town and our resort, failure to do so may result in non-availability of transfer service.
We are located approximately 6.5 miles north of San Pedro Town outside of the hustle and bustle, yet still accessible to town via water taxi. Note: there is no convenience store within walking distance of our resort.
The Coastal Xpress offers reliable water taxi service between the resort and town several times per day. Tickets can be purchased at our Front Desk and charged to your room account. The cost is currently US$8 per person, per trip. For an overview of the Coastal Xpress service, please visit: www.coastalxpress.com
Golf cart rentals can also be a fun way to explore the island and are available seasonally/weather dependent. Bicycles are also available for rent.
All visitors to Belize are required to pay a departure tax when leaving the country. The cost is US$39.25 per person. In most cases this charge is included in your international ticket; please check with your airline.
We recommend you visit the Travel Belize site to ensure you satisfy Belize Immigration policies.
Our concierge can assist you with information regarding the numerous adventure opportunities, both inland and marine, that Belize has to offer. We are fortunate to have a 5-star PADI Dive shop onsite to cater to your dive desires including full and advanced certification options, firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope you have found this information helpful and look forward to hosting you at Costa Blu Dive Resort.Have a question that wasn’t
answered here? Please do not hesitate to call our toll free reservations line at 1.844.360.1553. Our agents are located right here on Ambergris Caye.