Seeking a summer vacation that is off the beaten path – that provides as much relaxation as you could want combined with as much adventure as you can handle? Check out these“one night free” summer packages offered by Belize’s premier beach resort, The Inn at Robert’s Grove.
Available from June 1 to November 30, 2008, each of the following packages includes round-trip airfare within Belize, land transfers, luxury air-conditioned accommodations featuring cable TV, telephone, internet access, private terrace, three meals daily at the Inn’s gourmet Seaside Restaurant and complimentary use of the Inn’s three pools, Jacuzzis, tennis court, gym, canoes, kayaks, windsurfers, peddle boats, sailboats, hobie cats and bicycles.
The 2008 Summer Adventure Package is 7nights/8 days and includes a full day snorkeling trip off of Belize’s Barrier Reef, the second largest in the world; an excursion to the ancient Maya ruins of Lubaantun and cave swimming on the Blue Creek; a visit to the Cockscomb Jaguar Preserve to view exotic flora and fauna, swim under a waterfall and go river, tubing; and a full-day guided Monkey River float and trail walk. The cost of the package is $1,717 US per person.
2008 Summer Beach Odyssey is designed for those who would prefer a vacation that is a little less adventurous and more relaxing. This package includes two soft adventure excursions — a full-day snorkel trip and a Monkey River float and guided trail walk. The Beach Odyssey packages range from 5 nights/6 days at $1,148 US per person to a 12-night/13-day escape for $2,486 US per person.
2008 Summer Dive Odyssey is an ideal opportunity to experience diving off Belize’s Barrier Reef with the Inn’s PADI Dive Center, the top dive shop in southern Belize. The Dive Odyssey offers 4-night/5-day or 7-night/8-day packages that range from All-Dive, Snorkel & Dive and Eco-Dive packages. Prices range from $1,155 US to $2,003 US per person, depending on length of stay and type of dive package chosen. The Placencia area is has over 20 named dive sites right off the coast that teem with marine life, underwater gardens and coral formations. Nitrox diving is also now offered at the resort.
About The Inn at Robert’s Grove
Owned by New York natives Risa and Robert Frackman, the 52-room Inn in Placencia, Southern Belize, has impressive distinctions: the most modern, well-equipped and best staffed PADI dive center in the area, complete with 48’ PRO dive boat for daily two-tank dives (and Nitrox Diving) and diving for whale sharks (during Whale Shark Season, April through June); two private islands for “Swept Away” get-away-from-it-all-vacations or day outings, and a sport fishing center with new 23’ skiffs, licensed guides and instruction and a chance for a “grand slam.” All of the tours are resort operated so it’s possible to book in late afternoon for the following morning’s outing.
On 22 acres with its own marina, the Inn offers beautifully appointed hacienda style accommodations, all beachfront or beach view. Rooms and suites are spacious and feature air conditioning, ceiling fans, telephones, cable TV, private baths and terraces and rooftop Jacuzzis. Other resort facilities include two restaurants, three 50-foot freshwater swimming pools, guest Internet and computer center, and Sea Spa.
On the southern peninsula of Belize, Placencia is reached by an under two hour flight from Miami, Dallas, and Houston, or 4 ½ hours from metro New York to Belize City followed by a 35 minute commuter flight.
For additional information about The Inn at Robert’s Grove, its packages and, accommodations or to request brochures and make reservations, call 1-800-565-9757, E-mail email@example.com or access their website at www.robertsgrove.com.
About Placencia, Belize
Straddling a sandy, palm forested bit of land at the tip of an 18-mile-long sandy strip is Placencia Village, a charming Creole village that, with its sister village of Seine Bight, inhabited primarily by the Garifuna (Carib Africans), comprises the Placencia Peninsula. Here, where the jungle spills out to the sea and where these two fascinating cultures come together are the most beautiful beaches to be found in Belize. On one side of the peninsula sits the beautiful Caribbean Sea with the world’s second largest barrier reef, and on the other side, Placencia Lagoon, a placid waterway harboring abundant marine life. This is the idyllic setting for the Inn at Robert’s Grove.
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