How Do I Get There?
Getting to the Ceiba Beach Resort and Residences: Philip S.W. Goldson International Airport (BZE), located in Belize City, is the principal international airport for the country of Belize. Major airlines serve the country. U.S. hubs with flights to Belize City originate in the cities of Washington, D.C., Atlanta, Miami, Houston, Dallas, Newark and Charlotte.
U.S. airlines serving Belize City (BZE), American Airlines, Delta, United, Southwest, and Taca Airlines. International fights from Great Britain and Toronto, Canada have begun as well.
Once you’re in Belize City, there are 3 ways to travel to our resort.
1. Fly – 45 minutes on Tropic Air and then we pick you up for a 5 minute ride to the resort.
2. Drive – Rent a car and drive 3 hours from Belize City to the Placencia Peninsula
3. Bus – 5 hours minimum
We recommend that our guests take a carefree flight from Belize International Airport to Placencia on Tropic Air and we bring you to the resort. The scenic flight along the Belize coast takes less than an hour. When you land, we will have you in your accommodations within 15 minutes. As agents, we’ll be happy to arrange your flights between Belize City (BZE) and Placencia via Tropic Air. Once your reservations are secured, we’ll send you travel information with more details.
Note: You must arrive in Belize City by 3:30 pm to make one of the hourly connecting flights to Placencia.
What Should I Wear?
Belize’s average temp is 87 degrees throughout the year. Bring rain gear, light long sleeve shirts and pants for sun coverage or mosquito coverage on certain tours, sandals, shorts and short sleeve shirts for almost every day, hiking clothes and footwear, bathing suit, hat, and water shoes. These are the essentials for most of what you need to enjoy your vacation.
What Should I Expect?
Belize is a slow paced country so when visiting, patience is a virtue. Remember that the culture is different and stopping to smell the roses supersedes getting from point A to point B as fast as you can.