The Coral Pointe Community is surrounded by a feature rich area offering unlimited activities and amenities both inland and on the ocean. We’ll take you on a brief journey to the surrounding areas so you can experience the rich life around you. Start exploring below.
The Resort Zone
The resort zone is just a short walk away from the community and offers many amenities. It’s a quieter low key tourist destination in Belize with a few small resorts, boutique hotels and villas. Here you will find:
A couple minutes to the south you’ll find the Sittee River Marina on the Sittee River. The Marina comfortably accommodates vessels and features floating docks with full hook-ups including electricity and water.
On-site amenities include bathrooms, showers, gas dock, bar and restaurant. The surrounding peace and tranquility makes the Sittee River Marina a perfect port of call when travelling through Belize. Please visit their site for everything they offer: Sittee River Marina
Various berth sizes
Shoreside electricity 30 and 50 amps
Fuel and butane station
Wireless internet available
24 hour security
Gift & sundries shop
Rental of various sea sport activities
Authorized booking agent for Tropic Air
Just a short 10 minute drive away you will find the vibrant Garifuna village of Hopkins. It’s considered by many to be the cultural center of the Garifuna population in Belize. The village has a very relaxing atmosphere with its friendly and laid back population of about 1000. It offers many local food spots featuring authentic foods.
Jump on a boat and before you know it you’ll find yourself at the Barrier Reef featuring many islands and flats, just 10 short miles from Coral Pointe. Here you will enjoy some of the best fishing Belize has to offer, flats fishing, fly fishing, reef fishing, go diving, snorkeling, stop in and grab a drink at an island or whatever other ocean activity you can think of. With the close proximity to Hopkins it really allows you to literally jump on a boat and be there in 20 minutes!
Islands within 25 minutes of Coral Pointe
Hopping across the reef for another 14 miles will land you at Glover’s Atoll, Belize’s most remote atoll. It is one of only four atolls in the western hemisphere, with two others located in Belize as well; Turneffe Atoll and Lighthouse Reef Atoll. Glover’s Atoll is 90 square miles, 700 patch reefs in the lagoon and is surrounded by 50 miles of sheer drop-offs, which start from 25 feet and drop straight down to 2,700 feet, 45 miles from the mainland. Reef crests, islands, flats offer great deep sea fishing, catch and release spin or fly-fishing.