Own the most beautiful undeveloped island in Belize
Moho Caye, also known locally as Wild Orchid Caye, is a stunningly beautiful 8.38 acres island that is home to soft white sandy beaches and lush greenery inlcuding, coconut, almond, oak and mangrove trees all surrounded by crystal blue waters ideal for snorkelling, diving and swimming.
Located only 12 miles east of the Placencia Peninsula and 9 miles west of the world famous Belize Barrier Reef, Moho is easily accessible and strategically located for you to enjoy all the wonders of Caribbean island living while being only a short 35 minute boat ride from Placencia Village, the second most popular tourist destination in Belize.
The world famous Belize Barrier Reef is the second largest barrier reef in the western hemisphere, the first being the Great Australian Barrier Reef. Blue Green waters only hint at the rich marine life and healthy eco system that surrounds Moho. Wade a short distance out and snorkel in an underwater paradise with a multitude of colourful brain corals and sea fans. Swim among schools of parrot fish, angel fish, blue tang and watch large barracudas, tuna, snappers and groupers as they go about their business.
Moho Caye boasts over 2,980 feet of beachfront, of which more than three fourths is soft, white coral sand that slopes into shallow waters dotted by countless coral beds and small reef systems. Whether you find your thrill in basking in the warmth of the Caribbean sun or snorkeling or diving to your hearts content, this is the best island you will find for it.
Moho Caye is the perfect location for a private island resort, vacation rentals, a private estate for your personal use and enjoyment or a combination of any or all of these.
Belize private islands are in high demand with famous Owners and developers including Leonardo Di Caprio who recently acquired Blackadore Caye, located off the Northern Coast of Belize, for a multi-million dollar eco-friendly development project.
Belize is within easy reach of travelers from the US and Canada and is fast becoming a top pick for vacation destinations with a warm and hospitable local population, easy to understand currency conversion and most of all vast natural resources from mysterious Ancient Mayan Ruins in mountainous jungles to coastal and island paradises.