Sabal Beach is truly a unique spot. It is not that easy these days to find a place that is uncrowded, restorative and gorgeous. We came for a week with the idea of 'roughing it' a bit but the cabana exceeded our expectations. Bedding was comfy, the cabana was clean, the breeze was fantastic, the view unbeatable and everything we needed was there and waiting for our arrival.
David & Wayne were great hosts and gave us plenty of privacy but were very easy to deal with if we needed something, wanted to schedule a tour or had any questions.
We took a tour of Monkey River that was really great since we were able to beat the normal tourist crowds up the river from Sabal Beach and the snorkel trip to the reef was superb. Saw tons of aquatic life and had the boat to ourselves for the day which made for a very relaxed day. I have been on other trips with 20+ divers / snorkelers and felt rushed. Definitely was not the case on the tours we took from Sabal Beach.
I would highly recommend Sabal Beach to anyone looking for a relaxing beach get away!
We had heard that there were no beaches in Southern Belize but that is simply untrue. Sabal Beach is on a gorgeous sandy beach with great swimming (no sea grass and no sea walls). This area is almost totally undeveloped as yet so you will have it pretty much to yourself.
The cabanas have full kitchens, hot showers, 24/7 electricity from clean solar energy and wifi is available on property.
The dock is a great place to catch some sun, have a cocktail or watch for shooting stars at night.
Before you donate to any non-profit check with the IRS. ACES's 501(c)(3) partner 'The Belize Belize Economic & Ecological Development Fund
Date of Incorporation: December 17, 2008
File # 081704589-4635215
U.S. Federal Tax I.D. number is 26-3899112
Address of registered office is:
341 Raven Circle, Wyoming, Delaware, 19934 County of
Kent Registered Agent Corporations USA
Name and mailing address of incorporator:
500 Virginia St. East Suite 600 PO Box 3710
Charleston, WV 25337-3710
Penny Payne Fioravante
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March of Dimes of Charleston
3508 Staunton Ave, SE
Charleston, WV 25304
Telephone (304) 720-2229 Fax (304) 720-6135
At time of this release the non-profit is promoting the idea of the donation’s for a new pen for one of the crocodiles they captured. The story is compelling with many photos and detailed from the director Biologist Cherie Chenot-Rose. The photos for the proposed pen are from funds previously donated for a similar claimed cause.
Belize as a country does not have per say non-profit status for a company or business, in most cases non-profits in Belize is considered NGO’s or non-government organizations. Aces American Crocodile Education Sanctuary is neither a non-profit, nor an NGO at this time.
In review before donating to any non-profit check them out. Ask a few questions, use Google, and check with the IRS they offer a free search of registered 501(c) (3) just use the information supplied to conduct your own investigation.
ABOUT ACES - The pristine jungle sanctuary is eco-friendly and runs entirely on solar. Only 15 minutes by road or by boat from Punta Gorda, the Toledo District's Capital. ACES limits the number of students to maximum of 5 students per session and provides a community 4wd vehicle, includes crocodile research river excursions, and professional training. All funds are utilized 100% for the preservation of Belize's American Crocodiles.
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Clean place! I really enjoyed my stay there it was the first very hot water (burning hot) I had in my travels through Belize this trip. The room had AC and cable TV. The owners are very nice people that live downstairs. The husband flies airplanes next door on the airstrip and can help you with any questions you may have. We paid around $35 for two peolpe
It has a large porch with seating area on second floor facing the take off and landing strip. Great view to watch small airplanes fly off into the sunset over the hills.
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