A world away,
yet well within reach
Getting to Ambergris Caye is part of the Belize experience, visitors will fly into the Philip S.W. Goldson International Airport (BZE) outside Belize City, which is located about 30 miles away from Ambergris Caye. Review the options below to arrive in paradise. Read on to learn everything you need to know about how to get to Mahogany Bay Resort.
Getting to Belize City
There are about a dozen airlines that service BZE. Below is a snapshotof popular airlines and direct flight cities from North America:
Alaska Air: Seattle, Los Angeles
American: Miami, Dallas, Charlotte, Los Angeles
Delta: Atlanta, Minneapolis
Jetblue: New York
Southwest: Houston, Denver, Baltimore
United: Houston, Chicago, Newark, Denver, Los Angeles
Air Canada: Toronto
WestJet: Calgary, Toronto
FROM MEXICO & LATIN AMERICA
COPA: Panama City
Tropic Air: Cancun, El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras
Getting to Mahogany Bay Resort
Puddle Jumper Domestic FligHT After arriving at the international airport, hop on either of these reputable local airlines and experience Belize like never before. The flight takes about 15 minutes and is memorable and relaxing. You’ll arrive at Ambergris Caye’s only airport, John Greif II Airport (SPR), and you’ll be within minutes of Mahogany Bay Resort, located just south of the airport. Our team will assist you with arranging all of details for your arrival including a shuttle to pick you up and whisk you to the property.
Belize City Water Taxis These ferry companies don’t offer shuttle service from Belize’s international airport, so be sure to allot around 45 minutes for the taxi ride from BZE in Ladyville to the port in Belize City. Check the departure times, as these ferries (and boats in general) stop running at sundown!
Ambergris Caye, Belize
Much of the island is covered with a broadleaf forest that attracts wildlife with an abundance of birds and other animals to discover. The areas all bloom with tropical flora and the sea abounds with adventure for fishermen, divers, snorkelers and sailors.
San Pedro, Belize
As the largest and only true city San Pedro is the mainplace to meet, eat, and shop. Its shabby chic downtown area is home to clusters of family owned businesses, openly inviting newcomers to the real essence of Belize