Committing to Community: The keys to long-term impact and success are community transformation and sustainability. The model we use at Cudjoe Lagoon Estate is very different as we have committed to the infrastructure of the project. We understand that we are becoming members of the local community and view our relationships in that manner. The development of CLE properties creates employment for the local population: CLE has employed many local Belizeans to work on this project. Our more committed approach to development means that we are creating infrastructure for tourism while building homes and condominiums for tourists and Belizeans to use. This has the added benefits of creating sustainability of employment and ongoing revenues into the communities surrounding the Cudjoe Lagoon Estate Project.
Adventure Playground: Belize, land of the ancient Mayans… full of rich history and mystery. With only 368,000 people tucked into a landscape twice the size of Jamaica, there’s plenty of room to roam, explore, seek and discover. Over 500 species of birds fly in the Belize sky and Belize is home to plenty of natural wonders that you should see before they disappear forever. You’ll fall in love with Belize… naturally!
Mayan Ruins: Belize lies in the ancient Maya heartland and is a treasure trove of temples, towns, and cities, only a few of which have been discovered. Just a distance from Cudjoe Lagoon Estate are four local Mayan Sites: Lamanai, Cerros, Santa Rita and Nohmul.
Great Blue Hole: The Great Blue Hole is located just 60 miles off the coast of Belize. Scuba divers from around the world visit Belize for an experience you can’t get anywhere else. The Blue Hole was originally a cave that formed about 10,000 years ago. It's visible from outer space, the water is clear and underwater visibility routinely extends hundreds of feet, so you can easily view activity under the surface. Since temperatures are similar to that of bath water, the water is always mild. Amazing views and comfortable water temperatures, it’s all here waiting for you.
Mesoamerican Barrier Reef: The largest barrier reef in the Northern and Western Hemisphere, spanning 185 miles of Belize's turquoise waters. Listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1996.