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Green Parrot Beach Houses & Resort | 1 Maya Beach, Placencia, Belize | Call Us +011-501-533-8188
Belize Resort Details
The Green Parrot Beach Houses is a small family owned resort located in Southern Belize. The resort is located on the Placencia peninsula at a location called Maya Beach.
Provide our guest with clean, comfortable beach front accommodations in Belize and a great travel experience.
We have a total of 8 cabanas, a bar, restaurant and a gift shop. All of our units are stand alone, private cabanas. Each has a private bath with hot water. All of the units are on the beach, which is a great beach for swimming. Average temp in Belize is about 88 degrees.
In addition to the cabanas we can arrange tours for you while in Belize. This might include: fishing, diving, snorkeling, boat trips to Monkey River, a trip to the Jaguar Preserve (the only one in the world), a trip to a Mayan ruin, a zip line adventure, bird watching - or maybe just a nice quiet day on the beach reading a book. We also provide wedding services for those planning to get married in Belize. (see the video)
Green Parrot has the best sand beach in Belize
Beach umbrellas and chair for relaxing on Green Parrot beach
Green Parrot dock and Resort on the Caribbean
Guests stroll the Green Parrot beach
Entrance to Green Parrot Beach Houses and Resort
Guests get in a game of beach volleyball before the rain
Beach chairs overlooking the Caribbean - Come on Down!
Coconut palms, white sand and the Caribbean -What more do you need?
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Why Belize? When we announced our plan to purchase this wonderful resort in Belize, the most common question we were asked by family and friends was, “Why Belize?”
In a nutshell, we felt that Belize is the “Hidden jewel of the Caribbean.” Belize enjoys a beautiful tropical landscape, breathtaking views of the Caribbean, jungle and mountains, a reef that you must see to appreciate, a climate that is hardly ever disappointing, and a wealth of fascinating Mayan history and ruins left behind intact. Another plus is Belize’s close proximity to many beautiful North and South American gateways. Also, English is the main language, but you will also hear Spanish, Mayan and other languages spoken.
In the town of Placencia, there are several small gift shops, a post office and some night life. A trip to nearby Seine Bight, a traditional Garifuna village a few miles north of Placencia, provides a chance to sample Garifuna cooking and music (including traditional drumming and modern Punta Rock). The Mayan Ruins of Xunantunich are a nice day trip, and the Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Preserve and Rainforest are only 30 minutes away from the Green Parrot.
When you experience the mystery and beauty of the cave of Belize, you disappear into the underworld, floating on inner tubes past side openings that filter light through the mist as you swirl around stalagmites jutting from the river and stalactites looming from above. Float past underground waterfalls then perhaps into a crystal cathedral, a spiritual center to the Maya civilization.
Belize is a leader in environmental protection with 40 percent of the land mass protected, the highest percentage in the world! Nowhere else in the world can you experience more intriguing and diverse habitats. The Belize neo-tropical rainforest and marine environments support the greatest density of species to be found in the earth’s biosphere. We were a “Green” environment long before it became a popular consideration.
We also have great weather and our Caribbean Sea is 80 degrees! Our average annual land temperature is 88 degrees.
We receive an average of 53 – 80 inches annual rainfall (compared to 180 inches in the Maya Mountains). Although the majority of rainfall occurs in June to December, Mother Nature has her way of providing us with sunny clear days. Belize is a photographer and artist haven!
In addition to the spectacular scenery, the flora and fauna are as fascinating as they are beautiful.
Nearby Placencia, Belize