Ramon's Village Resort Belize

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Destination: Belize

Coconut Drive - San Pedro, Belize

Full board + 2 dives from

$206++/ppn

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Ramon's Village Resort Quick Pitch - Ramon’s Village Resort is the host hotel for government dignitaries, entertainment personalities, entrepreneurs, authors, songwriters, artists, dive professionals, amateur dive enthusiasts, photographers, fishermen, beauty queens, fashion models, vacationers and anyone who just wants to get away for a few days. Combine the lush vegetation, Mayan influence, Tahitian elements, delicious food, wonderful people, excellent service, great amenities, comfortable accommodations, superb location and the wide variety of entertainment options, and it’s no wonder Ramon’s Village Resort in San Pedro on the island of Ambergris Caye has been the first choice of travelers to Belize since 1987.

Quick Information 

No of Rooms: 71

Dive Center: On-site.

Amenities: Refrigerators, coffee makers, free WiFi, room service

Internet: Free Wi-Fi in all rooms

Nearest Airport: San Pedro Airport (0.3 km)

Airport shuttle: Free airport transportation

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How to Get There - Ramon’s Village Resort can assist you in booking your air transportation from Belize City to San Pedro via Tropic Air or via water taxi from Belize City to San Pedro. The travel time to San Pedro is typically 15 minutes via air and 90 minutes via water taxi. Tropic Air departs from Philip S.W. Goldson International Airport where all arriving international air carriers arrive and depart. The water taxis depart from Belize City which will require a taxi ride from Philip S.W. Goldson International Airport to the water taxi terminal in Belize City.

Dive Overview - Home to the second largest barrier reef in the world, Belize offers good Caribbean diving combined with an excellent tropical rain forest, exotic birds, and historical Mayan ruins. It’s also one of the few places in the world where you can scuba dive (not just snorkel) with whale sharks

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Accommodations

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Beachfront Presidential Suite

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These extremely spacious suites occupy the entire upper level of our two-story beachfront cabanas. The Presidential Suites feature an abundance of living space complete with a private bath with shower, kitchenette with bar counter and stools, a dining area with seating for four, a sitting area with a queen sleeper sofa and chairs and a writing area. The King size bed faces a wall of French glass panels opening onto a full-length beachside verandah. Sleeps four people.

Beachfront Grand Suite

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A two-story cabana houses the Grand Suite Deluxe on the lower level and the Grand Suite Premier on the upper level. Both units provide private baths with large showers and separate vanity areas with granite countertops. There is a mini-kitchenette, dinette set with four stools, sitting area with a queen sleeper sofa and chairs, and a writing area with desk and chair. The four-poster king size bed faces a wall of French glass panels opening onto a full-length beachside verandah. The Grand Suite Premier and Deluxe each sleeps four people.

Beachfront Mini Suite

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This beachfront suite is one of two suites located on the second floor of a two-story, palm-thatched cabana providing spectacular views of the Caribbean and the barrier reef from your private balcony. Each beachfront mini-suite has tile floors, sitting area, kitchenette, king bed and French doors opening out onto a private balcony. The Mini Suite features a King Bed which sleeps two people. The Mini Suite can be rented in combination with the adjoining Guest Suite as a two-bedroom suite—perfect for those traveling with children or friends.

Beachfront Guest Suite

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This beachfront suite is one of two suites located on the second floor of a two-story, palm-thatched cabana providing spectacular views of the Caribbean and the barrier reef from your private balcony. Each beachfront guest suite has tile floors, sitting area, king bed and French doors opening out onto a private balcony. The Guest Suite can be rented in combination with the adjoining Mini Suite as a two-bedroom suite—perfect for those traveling with children or friends.

Beachfront Honeymoon Cabana

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Each of these Polynesian styled Honeymoon cabanas provides a private bath with shower, bar counter and refreshment center, sitting area, dressing table, king bed, and French windows and doors opening onto a private wrap around verandah with your own personal hammock and a fabulous view of the Caribbean Sea. The Honeymoon Cabana features a king bed which sleeps two people and is the perfect place to start your new life together!

Beachfront King

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Located on the lower level of the Two-Story Cabanas and separated by an open-air breezeway these Beachfront rooms provide stunning views of the Caribbean Sea and the Belize Barrier Reef. Each room is appointed with Mahogany floors, locally handcrafted cabinetry, table and chairs for two, and French Doors opening onto your beachside veranda. Recently remodeled to include larger showers with a bench and new Vanity tops. The Beachfront King units feature a king bed and sleep two.

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 Seaside Deluxe

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The Seaside Deluxe provides a choice of individual cabanas or a first or second-floor unit in one of our two-story buildings. Either option allows a choice of one king bed or two queen beds. The increased floor space allows for larger showers with bench, larger vanities with granite counter tops, increased luggage and clothes hanging area, in-room refreshment center, upholstered bamboo chairs with table and updated finishes throughout the room. The Queen room provides two beds which sleep four people. The King Room has one bed and sleeps two people.

Seaside Standard

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The Seaside Standard Double is an individual palm thatched cabana with two full-size beds. The Seaside Standard King offers a choice of first or second-floor accommodations in one of our two-story cabanas, furnished with one King bed. These rooms feature Mahogany floors, locally handcrafted cabinetry, Palmetto wainscoting, a private bath with shower, and table and chairs for two. French panel door units open onto your own private veranda. The Seaside Standard Double sleeps four people and the Seaside Standard King sleeps two.

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 Jungle Standard

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Guests staying in a Jungle Standard cabana can pick fresh plantains from their verandah, enjoy the many flowering shrubs or just sit and listen to the jungle life as it chatters back and forth. These individual cabanas feature Belizean mahogany floors, trim, and cabinetry, Palmetto wainscoting with hand-painted borders, a private bath with shower, and table and chairs for two. A French panel door opens onto the verandah. The Jungle Standard cabanas offer a choice of two full-size beds which sleeps four people or one King size bed which sleeps two people.

Jungle Deluxe

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The Jungle Deluxe units offer a choice of individual cabanas with either two Queen beds or one King bed or a first-floor unit in one of the two-story cabanas with two Queen beds. The increased floor space allows for larger showers with bench, larger vanities with granite counter tops, increased luggage and clothes hanging area, in-room refreshment center, upholstered bamboo chairs with table and updated finishes throughout the room. The Queen room provides two beds which sleep four people. The King Room has one bed and sleeps two people.

Jungle Deluxe Family

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This Jungle Deluxe Family unit is newly constructed and is situated on the first floor of one of our two story cabanas and offers increased floor space nestled in a jungle of tropical flora and fauna. The increased floor space allows for larger showers with bench, larger vanities with granite counter tops, increased luggage and clothes hanging area, in-room refreshment center, upholstered bamboo chairs with table and updated finishes throughout the room. The Jungle Deluxe Family units feature one Queen bed and two Twin beds and sleep four people.

Jungle Standard Family

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The Jungle Standard Family cabanas provide additional floor space allowing for extra bedding making it ideal for families. This individual cabana features Belizean mahogany floors, trim, and cabinetry, Palmetto wainscoting with hand-painted borders, a private bath with shower, and table and chairs for two. A French panel door opens onto the verandah. The Jungle Standard Family Room features one King bed and two Twin beds which sleep four people.

Jungle Mini

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The Jungle Mini cabanas are perfectly suited as a stand-alone unit; however, the connecting lock door allows it to be used as an additional bedroom for families traveling with children. Although slightly smaller in area than the Jungle Deluxe cabanas, the newly constructed Jungle Mini cabana allows for a larger shower with bench, larger vanity with granite counter top, in-room refreshment center, upholstered bamboo chair with table and updated finishes throughout the room. The Jungle Mini cabana features a Queen bed which sleeps two people.

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 The Belizean Princess

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This lushly landscaped property is set in a breathtaking garden of hibiscus, crotons, orchids and flamboyant, located just steps away from its sister property, Ramon’s Village Resort, on Coconut Drive in San Pedro town, on the island of Ambergris Caye, Belize. The Belizean Princess features ten cottages arranged around a central courtyard with a gazebo and fountain in the center. Each room features Saltillo tile floors, mixed Belizean Hardwood ceilings, and private baths with tub/shower units and two queen beds which sleep four people.

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Resort Facilities

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Ramon's Village Resort Features

✓ On-site restaurant

✓ Poolside bar

✓ On-site dive center

✓ Gift shops

✓ Beach Spa

✓ Vehicle rentals

✓ 80’ long lagoon style pool

✓ Air & Water Taxi Services

✓ Wireless Internet Access

✓ Business Center

✓ Event Planning and Catering

✓ Daily Housekeeping

✓ Laundry Service

✓ Concierge Services

✓ 24-Hour Security

Ramon's Village Resort Food & Drinks

✓ A wide variety of selections to choose from for breakfast, lunch and dinner menus all have, in addition to the daily specials

✓ A dazzling selection of fruit smoothies and gourmet coffee selections that will please even the most discriminating beverage critics

Ramon's Village Resort Activities

✓ Diving

✓ Snorkeling

✓ Beach Picnic

✓ Sailing Cruise

✓ Bird Watching & Shelling

✓ Glass Bottom Boat

✓ Bacalar Chico Tour

✓ Mainland adventures

✓ Fishing

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Packages & Rates

Ramon's Village Resort Rates

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2018 Accommodation Rates -  Rates are Single or Double Occupancy. Add $25.00 for each additional person (over 12 years of age).

Peak Rates apply – January 2, 2018 – April 30, 2018

Standard Rates apply May 1, 2018 – December 19, 2018

Holiday Rates apply – December 20, 2018 – January 1, 2019

2018 Accommodation Rates

Room

Standard

Peak

Holiday

Belizean Princess

$155

$165

$185

Jungle Mini

$175

$190

$210

Jungle Standard

$200

$225

$255

Jungle Deluxe

$240

$265

$295

Seaside Standard

$220

$245

$275

Seaside Deluxe

$265

$295

$330

Beachfront

$290

$320

$360

Honeymoon

$340

$370

$415

Mini Suite

$315

$345

$390

Guest Suite

$295

$325

$370

Two Bedroom Suite

$570

$630

$720

Grand Suite Deluxe

$420

$465

$515

Grand Suite Premier

$450

$495

$545

Presidential Suite

$490

$540

$590

 
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Meal Plans - Breakfast Plan includes a choice of any entree on the Breakfast Menu with coffee and juice. Lunch plan includes the daily special with a non-alcoholic beverage. Dinner plan includes daily special with a non-alcoholic beverage and dessert. Lunch or dinner may substitute off the menu up to an equal value. Gratuities are not included.

Meal

Price

Breakfast

$13.50

Lunch

$18.50

Dinner

$39.50


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2018 Dive Rates  -  Rates include Boat, Guide, Tanks and Weights. Park fees and equipment rentals are additional. Prices are based on trip minimums. It is possible to pay an additional fee and go with less than the minimum.

Item

Price

Single Tank Dive

$50

Double Tank Dive

$80

Triple Tank Dive

$110

Robles Point Triple Tank Dive

$145

Night Dive

$65

Lighthouse/Blue Hole

$260

Lighthouse/Blue Hole Non-Diver

$195

Turneffe Elbow

$235

Turneffe Elbow Non-Diver

$160

Turneffe North

$175

Turneffe North Non-Diver

$140

Myron L Wreck

$195

Myron L Wreck Non-Diver

$150

Hookah (1 Hour)

$50


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Dive Information

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Dive Overview - Belize is blessed with both the World’s Second Largest Barrier Reef, at 186 miles, and three of the four living atolls in the Western Hemisphere. It is a Scuba Diver’s Paradise. Because of its spectacular dive sites, Belize attracts divers from around the world and the Ramon’s Village Divers’ dock is the perfect launching point for any underwater excursion. From exploring Jacques Cousteau’s world-famous Blue Hole to the enjoyment of the undersea wonders of Lighthouse Reef Atoll and the Turneffe Atoll, to the incredible beauty of Hol Chan Marine Reserve and the unforgettable heart-pounding adventure of “swimming with the sharks” at Shark Ray Alley, you’ll never see anything like this again.


Ramon's Village Resort Dive Sites - Here are some of the most popular dive sites in Belize. Feel free to ask us if you would like to know more about these and other dive sites.

Tackle Box Canyons Just 5 minutes away this site is noted for its deep vertical narrow canyons and numerous swim-throughs. Watch for Lobster in the recesses. You’ll likely see turtles and nurse sharks and sometimes the Caribbean Reef Shark. Marine life is abundant on the top of these coral ridges.

Cypress Tunnels The Cypress Tunnels site is a spur and groove reef that offers many swim-throughs and long tunnels for you to explore. Our favorite begins at 60 feet and descends to about 70 feet over a distance of about 100 feet. This swim through is just large enough for divers to pass single file. If you enjoy swim-throughs and tunnels this is a great site.Exploring the grooves and spurs near the mooring line is always a great way to finish your dive. Here you can expect to find plenty of corals such as staghorn, lettuce and boulder coral. In amongst these coral formations look for the smaller fish like the sailfin and triplefin blennies.You will also see Barracuda, Grouper, Yellowtails and Moray Eels at Cypress Tunnels?

M&M Caverns In front of the Mata Channel about a 1/2 mile from Ramon’s Village Divers dock this may be one of the best dives found off the barrier reef on Ambergris Caye. A very unique dive spot, due to huge coral mountains that grow right out of the sandy ocean floor, the diver can explore many tunne11s and caverns. Because of the deep water surrounding these tunnels, there are always schools of horse-eye-jacks and a good opportunity to see deep water pelagics cruising the reef. A dive not to be missed!

Ramon’s Canyons This dive site located about 10 minutes from Ramon’s Village Divers dock’ is one of our divers’ favorite sites, not only because it’s our namesake, but because of its deep and extremely wide canyons and sandy bottoms. A site noted for its large Queen Conch and where you also have a good chance of seeing Spotted Eagle Rays.

The Hol Chan Cut This is probably the most popular site off Ambergris Caye. It is in the middle of the Hol Chan Marine Reserve and is a great refresher dive. It is also used often for training dives. Located inside the reef this 28-foot site (if you want to go deeper you’ll need a shovel) is home to large grouper, turtles, moray eels, and schools of fish.

Hol Chan Night Dive Night Dives at Hol Chan offer a completely different experience than diving during the day. The beam of the dive light reveals a myriad of wondrous nocturnal critters such as, Basket Star, Octopus, Seahorse, and Orangeball Corallimorph. Every dive seems to include 5 or 6 Southern Stingrays and occasionally a visit from the neighborhood Lemon Shark.

Dive Center Information

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Dive Center Overview - Ramon’s Village Divers is the oldest and most respected dive shop in all of Belize. Rick Sutherland has managed the shop since 1989 and employs only the best of “Belize’s Best” divers to care for our guests. We have been a PADI 5 Star IDC Resort since 2008.
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Diving Facilities & Services

✓ A fleet of four skiffs ranging in size from 28′ to 34′

✓ Divers can choose any combination of dives each day

✓ Double or triple tank dives along the Belize Barrier Reef

✓ A full slate of PADI Scuba Courses

✓ The dive masters and dive guides will customize your dive based on your skill level

✓ A full staff of PADI professional instructors and dive masters

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Practical Information

Languages: English, Spanish, Maya

Payment: Credit card (Master Card, Visa, American Express)

Time zone: UTC-06:00

Electricity: 110 v

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Reviews (2)

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Ramon’s Village is so lovely. Very sweet folk working there and a good dive outfit. The diving off the resort is pretty unremarkable - very healthy corals: hard, soft, fans and sponges. Not a great deal of life apart from very inquisitive nurse sharks and the odd reef shark. Saw a couple of turtles and spent a wonderful minute playing with a dolphin.

The real stuff is a reasonably long and very bouncy boat trip away - the Blue Hole is about a 5-hour round trip. But extraordinary - 140ft down swimming through enormous stalactites. The other 2 dives there, by Half Moon Caye (a UNESCO island - red-footed booby colony - gorgeous) are wonderful - thick with fish and great wall diving.

Turneffe atoll is another top site. Again, about a 3-hour round trip, but sensational dives. Clear water, amazing sea life, very healthy corals.

Bottom line is - don’t send really posh divers to Ambergris. I’m sure a liveaboard that works around the Blue Hole and Turneffe would work for even the most jaded divers.

Visited on 04/2018 - Submitted on 04/23/2018
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Rating **** overall. I stayed at Ramon's in fall 2012. A very nice resort with a great staff. The rooms are spacious and modeled after south pacific thatched huts. There was a fire recently but the resort has been rebuilt and the reviews of the rebuilt resort are encouraging. The diving was good but not great. I was there in the fall. The variety of fish was average and we stayed farely close to the resort(However the marine life at "mosquito caverns" dive site was wonderful).This may have been due to the moderate to high surf. I'm told however if you get further out to the blue hole and south to Turneffe atoll that the marine life is wonderful.

We took a side trip to Mayan ruins at Lamanai. Highly recommend this side trip. a fun adventure.

Visited on 10/2012 - Submitted on 02/19/2015