The Cayes and Atolls Hotels

Advertisement

Guidebooks

Thatch Caye

At a Glance

    Pros

  • Beautiful private island with congenial hosts
  • plenty of marine activities
  • attractive cabañas directly on the water

    Cons

  • Limited snorkeling off beach
  • not on reef
  • no air-conditioning
  • no pool

Thatch Caye Review

Thatch Caye is all about you and your private island vacation, so you can head out for a day of fishing, diving, sea kayaking, or snorkeling and return to supremely comfortable accommodations. Enjoy a delicious meal in the thatched dining room, sip an ice-cold drink, and surf the web on the free Wi-Fi in the bar before heading to your seaside cabaña where you'll be lulled asleep by the trade winds (no air-conditioning available). Some of the cabañas are built partly over water, while the slightly more expensive casitas have third-level widow's walks where you can gaze for hours at the sea. Although the resort is billed as an "eco all-inclusive," Thatch Caye's packages don't include alcoholic drinks, fishing, diving, or some tours. You can walk from one end of the island to the other in less than half an hour, and there are three small natural beaches. However, shore snorkeling isn't very good.

    Contact Information

  • Address: Part of the Coco Plum Caye group, 9 mi (15 km) or about 25 minutes by boat from Dangriga Thatch Caye
  • Phone: 800/435–3145 in U.S. and Canada
  • Website:
  • Location: The Cayes and Atolls

    Hotel Details

  • 11 cabañas, 1 family villa.
  • Rate includes all meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 08-28-2013

Fodorite Reviews

Be the first to review this property

Advertisement

View more trip reports

View more travel discussions

· News & Features

View more blog stories