Deer Caye

Belize | Central America

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  • Size approx. 603 acres
  • Price
    • USD 10,500,000
    • EUR 8,862,255
    • GBP 7,980,461
    • CAD 14,089,213
    • SEK 91,135,002
    • CHF 9,543,763
    • AUD 14,612,086
    • BRL 54,253,840
    • NZD 15,749,114
    • FJD 21,092,167
    • CNY 73,235,019
    • RUB 777,131,161
    • NOK 96,509,959
  • Location Ambergris Caye
  • Country/State Belize
  • Region Central America

A developer’s dream located in the heart of Belize’s tourist region, Deer Caye encompasses a vast 603 acres of mixed terrain including mile upon mile of soft white sand. With the potential to build a private airstrip, a full golf course, a casino and a series of residential and resort complexes, the possibilities are endless on this beautiful private island. The 9 miles of beach front and the close proximity to the world’s largest reef are sure to attract plenty of guests to Deer Caye, all keen to explore the diverse marine life and bask in the warmth of the Caribbean Sun. Situated close to both Belize city and San Pedro Town, the island offers speedy access to the bright lights of the mainland, meaning local amenities and facilities can be reached with relative ease.

The Belizean government is aware of the importance of tourism in this particular region, and tends to look favourably upon developments, which have a view to bringing more guests into the country. Indeed, the island is located a mere 3 miles to the north of Hollywood star Leonardo diCaprio’s private island eco-resort, Blackadore Caye, highlighting the significance of this beautiful region. Deer Caye, too, lends itself to development in to an eco-resort, thanks to the extensive vegetation and the exotic wildlife native to the island. Rare manatee, dolphins, turtles and all sorts of salt-water game fish all call Deer Caye their home – working in harmony with the environment by creating over-the-water bungalows would be sure to attract even more guests to this already popular diving location.



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