Once Thanksgiving is history and tasks associated with Christmas are in the future, fortify yourself and uplift your spirits by taking a Belize vacation to Ray Caye Island Resort to prepare for the days ahead. Rare vacancies for dates between December 7th and December 14th are available, so you can be home for Yuletide traditions in such a relaxed mood, family members will notice your good spirits and healthy tan.
If you love the idea but want to think it over: Don’t! It’s a small resort with limited lodgings and you’ve still got time to put your work and personal affairs in order to grab this escape while the dates are open. Start by learning whether there’s room for you after picking your travel dates at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-855-RAY-CAYE to reserve.
Since current accommodation openings are from Wednesday to Wednesday, you can avoid high fares associated with weekend travel. Explore non-stop bookings on United, American, Delta, Frontier or Southwest Airlines from your departure city. Beginning in November, WestJet and Alaska Airlines will also resume Belize service and Air Canada is expected to re-start flights from Toronto in December.
With compromise comes reward. If you’re looking to save money for extras during your island stay, get creative when you peruse airline fares. If you add a layover or settle for an unpopular departure time, your search will be broader. Turn to consolidators like Expedia, Kayak, and Justifly to save time, stress, and money.
Basking in the glow of a great Thanksgiving and preparing for increased social activity now that COVID restrictions are easing, it won’t take long to get your footing on this lush island off the Placencia peninsula. Having already decided which Belize vacation package suits your fancy, your visit begins the moment you set foot on the boat and spend around an hour motoring to your destination.
Staff will greet you like royalty while showing you to your oceanfront cabana where you can unpack or drop your bags and stroll along the beach that’s footsteps from your digs. Ask staff to point you to the Lionfish Bar & Grill where a cocktail or meal will welcome your taste buds to paradise since airline flights no longer serve food onboard.
Whether you’ve brought your own entertainment (a book or the Christmas cards you haven’t had time to write and address!) or you plan to count on Raye Caye onsite amenities to stay occupied from morning to night, there is no shortage of things to do. Visit the welcome center, gift shop, dive shop, Pelagic Center, gym, yoga studio, and spa.
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