In January 2015, Blackbird Caye Resort hosted Alejandro Ruiz for an upcoming feature on “Love Nature”, a Canadian channel that broadcasts nature-themed programming on a wide variety of topics from animals to landscapes to outer space. “Love Nature” was established in 2006. Blackbird Caye Resort was approached late last year and is thrilled to be…

Blackbird Caye Resort proudly sits on Turneffe Atoll, the second largest reef system in the world. Being the most biologically diverse coral atoll in the Western Hemisphere, divers and snorkelers here experience lush and vibrant underwater scenery that is breathtaking and stunning. 30 miles wide, 10 miles long and 25 miles from the Belize mainland,…

Belize is home to a sub-species of the West Indian manatee, one of four living species of manatees. The other three are the West African manatee, the Amazonian manatee and the dugong. The West Indian  manatee is divided into two species, Florida & Antillean. Manatees thrive in warm waters due to its slow metabolism. Because…

From white sand beaches,  turquoise waters, unreal sunrises and sunsets to romantic seclusion from the real world, Blackbird has been a phenomenal destination  for honeymooners and host to many weddings  too! But, now there’s one more reason any  honeymooner seeking a destination in Belize  for their special time will find Blackbird on their list of…

If you’ve been thinking about visiting Blackbird Caye Resort and discovering Belize’s best-kept secret then you may want to try your luck and enter our 2015 Summer contest to win a 7 night stay with us. The rules are simple:  Join our newsletter and that is it there is to it! Your prize is for…

Come join our Belize Island Resort for an epic Belize Vacation Package! Guests from across the globe rave about our luxurious accommodations and marvel at our Ocean wonders! Learn more about the area as explained by Tierney Thys, National Geographic Expedition Leader, Marine Biologist and Filmmaker. The National Geographic Expedition groups travel to the ends…

5 things we can do to help the endangered American Crocodile. The American Crocodile was officially discovered and documented in 1807 and named Crocodylus acutus. However, many thought the species to be an alligator — after much deliberation it was finally categorized as a crocodile 1822. Off the endangered species list Although the American Crocodile…

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