An undeveloped island of almost 20 acres/81,000m2. Offered at $1,800,000. This island is a unique natural treasure, with giant mangrove trees and its own 1/2 mile long coral reef. The caye is astonishingly beautiful, with its primordial mangrove jungle, beautiful coves, entertaining wildlife and secluded location.
The coral reef which forms the northern edge of the caye is guaranteed take your breath away. Shallow waters, ideal for snorkelling, are home to absolutely pristine coral growths and rich in sea life such as snappers, groupers, lobsters, conch and many more species.
Immediately next to the corals, the sea floor drops off to 60 ft/20 m. There, larger species thrive and are waiting for the fishing enthusiast. This layout also provides the opportunity for multiple docks and deep-water anchorage. Of course, the coral reef (second in size to Australia's own) is only a few miles away, allowing for easy access to some of the world's finest fishing and diving experiences.
The caye itself is also astonishingly beautiful, with its primordial mangrove jungle, beautiful coves, entertaining wildlife and secluded location.
This is a virgin caye which, in Belize, means that it is mostly mangrove wetlands. The customary procedure is to clear the areas selected for development or landscaping needs and fill them with material procured from the surrounding sea floor (sand, coral, shell...) utilising local dredging companies.
In it's current virgin state, it would take a person over one hour to walk all the way around the caye. Being an entire caye of almost 20 acres/81,000 qm, surely it will accommodate even the most ambitious development project. A property this large can easily facilitate the location of unaesthetic items such as plant equipment or work buildings away from guest areas.