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About Us

Located along the Sittee River in southern Belize amongst 5 acres of tropical, natural flora and fauna we offer easy access to all of Belize’s top attractions including the largest Barrier Reef in the Western Hemisphere, Mayan ruins, lagoons and lush Rainforest.


Our Tuba Shop and Marina have full service gas docks for boats and automobiles, fishing and marine supplies, cold beverages, snacks, sundries and gifts. Snorkeling, fishing, river boat tours, kayaking,  paddle boards, and island hopping are available from our luxurious charter boats.  And we also offer an array of inland Land Rover excursions to the Maya ruins, Cockscomb Jaguar Preserve, zip lining, hikes to the waterfalls and more.


The Curve Bar serves delicious traditional specialties while overlooking the river under a thatched rooftop palapa. Our spacious grounds, organic vegetable garden, walking trails, official size sand volleyball court, and additional thatched palapas make this a perfect location for destination weddings, celebrations and business events. See map of our location.


Known for its natural beauty and quiet luxury, it is the perfect destination from which to enjoy the best of Belize and the beautiful Belizean people.


“Look no where else.” JasonAdrianRodriguez

"Excellent riverside location" Gus G.


“5-star with a wonderful atmosphere”elmontague77


“Amazing time!” Hannahrachel3

About Belize

Belize lies on the East coast of Central America in the heart of the Caribbean Basin. It borders Mexico to the north and Guatemala to the west and south. It is 174 miles long and 68 miles wide (about the size of Massachusetts in the USA or Belgium in Europe).


Belize has a subtropical climate with an average temperature of 79° F (26°C) and average humidity of 85%. Annual rainfall is 50 inches in the North and 170 inches in the South. There are two seasons: rainy and dry. Rainy Season is from June through November, the same as hurricane season. Dry season runs from November through May. The coolest months are November thru February. Saltwater temperatures vary between 75 and 84°F.


Physical Features: To the east is the Barrier Reef which is the second longest in the world; over 450 cayes (islands) and three of the four atolls in the Western Hemisphere. The northern half is a flat plain with expansive open areas, used for agriculture. The central area contains large savannahs that give way to the subtropical forest. To the south and west are Mayan Mountains with karst limestone formations, including the country's highest point, Victoria Peak, at 3,680 feet.


Settlements: Capital City of Belmopan since 1970; 2 cities— Belize City and Belmopan City—7 towns, Corozal Town, Orange Walk Town, San Pedro Town, San Ignacio/Santa Elena Town, Benque Viejo Town, Dangriga Town and Punta Gorda Town. All other settlements are villages. Population is 303,422 (May Census) density 31 persons per square mile. Ethnic Groups are Creole, Garifuna, Mestizo, Spanish, Maya (Ketchi, Mopan & Yucatec), Mennonite, Lebanese, Chinese, East Indian Language English is the official language although Spanish, Creole, Garifuna and Maya are spoken throughout the country.


Major industries are sugar, citrus, bananas, tourism, and marine products. The Government Belize is an independent country with a parliamentary democracy based on the Westminster system of Government. Belize is a member of the British Commonwealth and currency is fixed at US$1 to BZ$2. All businesses accept US paper currency. Well-established businesses accept traveler's checks and most credit cards (with a service charge).


Time Zone: Same as US Central time

Drinking Water: Most locations have potable water and bottled drinking water is available throughout the country.

Health Care: Government hospitals and clinics are located in all towns and cities. Private hospitals and clinics are present in most towns and cities. Emergency evacuation services are also available.


Electricity is at 110 volts AC (same as USA)

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