Cayo Espanto – A Luxurious Private Island Like No Other

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Cayo Espanto – A Luxurious Private Island Like No Other
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Source: Casa Ventanas 1,100 square feet over-the-water bungalow surrounded on all sides by the Caribbean Sea at the end of a private dock
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Cayo Espanto – A Luxurious Private Island Like No Other
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Source: Interior of over water Bungalow Casa Ventanas
Casa Solana at Cayo Espanto
Cayo Espanto – A Luxurious Private Island Like No Other
Casa Solana

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Source: 1,500+ square feet villa with expansive veranda, dining area and private infinity plunge pool
Exterior Casa Manana Cayo Espanto
Cayo Espanto – A Luxurious Private Island Like No Other
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Source: 1,500 square feet ocean front villa with private dock and private plunge pool

Located just a three miles off the coast of Belize, the award-winning Cayo Espanto is a spectacular seven-acre private island retreat that’s screaming for you to unplug, to enjoy the peace and tranquility of an ultra-chic secluded Caribbean setting.

Cayo Espanto features seven beach villas configured in such a manner that you might never see your island neighbors. There are four one-bedroom beach villas ranging in size from 1,200 to 1,500 square feet.

Casa Estrella is a two-bedroom, 2,600 foot, two-story villa with a private plunge pool and an alfresco shower. Casa Aurora, is another two-bedroom property, over 2,100 square feet also with its own plunge pool, personal decks and a private dock.

If you want that over-the-water experience try Casa Ventanas. This one-bedroom bungalow is the most intimate, romantic, and yes the most popular accommodation on the island. Casa Ventanas sits at the end of a private dock the extends 150 feet off the island—talk about the ultimate in privacy. Imagine waking up to unobstructed expansive views of the turquoise blue waters of the Caribbean, with sea life swimming about, in many case right under your feet.

Nothing at Cayo Espanto is left to chance. Amenities include a fully-stocked Butler’s pantry, Turkish bath robes, air-conditioning and ceiling fans. If you absolutely must stay connected to the outside world there’s Satellite television, and Wifi—really, Wifi, you don’t come to Cayo Espanto to work, but feel free to send those social media posts to your jealous friends back home.

If you need some time off the island, Cayo Espanto offers daily service to San Pedro, Belize.

A new menu is created daily, tailored to your wants and needs based on a survey you fill out before arrival. The epicurean cuisine, prepared by the team of award-winning Chef Michael leaves nothing to chance. Take a look at this sample lunch menu.

You can choose to spend your time lounging or take part in a wide range of activities from scuba diving charters and fishing trips to private snorkeling and bird watching tours.

If you want to plunge into the Mayan culture try a trip to Belize. Visit the ruins of Altun Ha, Caracol, Lamanai, and Xunantunich.

Oh yes, after a day of activities, the spa at Cayo Espanto is screaming your name. Cayo Espanto spa menu offers manicures, pedicures, facials, scrubs, ear candling, aromatherapy and more – all in the comfort and privacy of your own villa.

GETTING TO CAYO ESPANTO
Numerous Domestic & International Carriers
Arrival Airport: Phillip S W Goldson International Airport (BZE) in Belize City
Quick plane ride to San Pedro in Ambergris Caye, then board a boat to Cayo Espanto
or
Helicopter directly to Cayo Espanto

Regardless of which travel option you choose after arriving n Belize City paradise is mere moments away. To learn more about Cayo Espanto CLICK HERE.

Michael Gordon Bennett
Michael Gordon Bennett

Founder & CEO, Sepia Lifestyle

Bennett is an accomplished entrepreneur, journalist, television and radio producer, actor, speaker, noted travel expert and author of two books, including the critically acclaimed 7-10 Split. He has worked in both media, travel and tourism for over 20 years, and previously served as manager of the Travel Channel's west coast operations. He's written for numerous magazine and The Huffington Post.

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