Pristine 2.30 acre lot boasting of 137 of pristine golden sandy beach situated along the Caribbean Sea approximately 8-9 miles south of Belize City by boat south of the Sibun Canal and north of the Sibun River.
All these lots have very nice beach front but must be landscaped and developed as it is virgin. There are many coconut palms along the beach and nice ridge to the back. Virtually the properties has no mangroves on the coastline but are unable to say whether there is any mangrove inland on each property. We inspected the property about 100-150 feet inland from the coast and it was nice and high dry ridge but definitely drops to some wetlands towards the western boundary of the property.
At this the low tide exposes the sandy sandbar and can recede some 75 feet into the ocean. However, on high tide the sand is not visible but only along the water mark on the beach. The entire frontage on the property has nice solid beach. There is a potential need to reclaim some beachfront as probable some erosion has taken place. However, there is plenty of sand available to be dredged manually or with a dredge to build the beach higher or reclaim what is needed. A pier must be build approximately 150 feet offshore in order to get at least 3-4 feet for docking area. One can also dig a channel that can access a boat to get closer to shore and use the sand to fill or landscape.
The properties are land-locked and are accessible by boat only and one can access the properties by two routes. The property is approximately 8-9 miles from Belize City by boat which would take approximately 15-20 minutes by boat to Belize City. The closest location for road access is at Old Belize Marina situated at mile 6 along the Western Highway, which would take about 10 minutes boat ride to the property. The other access to the properties is from the Haulover Creek, onto the Burdon Canal, onto Jones Lagoon and onto Sibun River exiting at the mouth and about 1 mile north of the Sibun River and the takes about 20-25 minutes to the properties.
These properties are strategically located and within 4-9 miles distance to 4 Cruise Ship Terminals that exist, proposed or given permission for development. The existing port is Fort Street Tourism Village in Belize City, Waterloo is under review for permission, Port Coral at Stake Bank is under Construction which is on an island and finally the Port Magical which is approximately 4 miles south of the properties south of the Sibun River.
The natural beauty and pristine beachfront of the area makes the properties ideal for tourism operation whether it would be over-night tourism or day tourism. The area has various attraction such as great fishing in the Sibun River or connecting inland channels leading to lagoons and rivers, or being just 14 miles away from the Second Largest Barrier Reef in the World!