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Belize Fly Fishing Resort on Ambergris Caye

Whether you’re fishing Belize on the flats stalking the Grand Slam, diving in and around our world famous barrier reef, or just relaxing in a tropical paradise, this Orvis Endorsed fly fishing lodge and resort will help you plan the perfect Belize vacation.

  • 5 star accommodations.
  • All four species of the grand slam are available in this area (Tarpon, Snook, Permit, and Bonefish).
  • Offshore fishing on the reef for tuna, wahoo, king fish, barracuda, snapper, and grouper.
  • Excellent corporate retreat.
  • Great spouse and/or family destination.
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El Pescador Belize Fly Fishing Resort

The recently renovated main lodge sits right on the beach, facing the sea. Each of the fourteen main lodge guest rooms lookout to the sea and are just steps away from our swimming pool adjacent to the beach. All rooms have private baths, overhead fans and air-conditioning.

If you want more privacy, you can stay in one of the two-story, 3-bed, 3-bath villas.

You’ll have the convenience of being a few miles north of San Pedro Town and its gift shops, restaurants, bars and night spots. Guests usually travel by golf cart which can be easily rented at the front desk.

The restaurant specializes in fresh, local Caribbean cuisine with meals served in an outdoor dining pavilion, and the bar is a perfect place to relax after a full day of activity!

Your hosts live on the premises to ensure warm, personal service around the clock.




Bonefish, Permit, Snook, Tarpon


Fly Fishing

2 reviews for Belize Fly Fishing Resort on Ambergris Caye

  1. Nathan Hadfield

    I am going back again this year with my wife and hoping to get into some Tarpon! They begin to migrate late summer and can be great in September and October. These tarpon are much larger than the resident tarpon available all year.

  2. Kevin Cummings

    Great trip! Have always wanted a shot at a saltwater grand slam. While I did not hook-up on a tarpon, I couldn’t get them to take my fly. Guess that’s why they call it fishing and not catching. Would love to go back some day.

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