diving and snorkeling if you want to spend time under the water, charter a sailboat for a day on the ocean, and spend hours relaxing and playing on the beach. You can explore the 36-square mile island by boat, by canoe, or even on horseback. Hundreds of bird species, native wildlife, plants, trees, and insects call this island home, and you can view them throughout the northern end of the Caye and in Elijio Panti National Park. The waterslides at Boca Del Rio Park are another family favorite just north of San Pedro.
Where is the Action?
San Pedro is the main town on the island and many of the Ambergris Caye timeshares are found here. This is the place to go for nightlife with an array of bars, restaurants, dance clubs, and live music choices to pick from every night especially during peak tourism months. The cuisine is often centered on the fresh seafood of the island but you can also get a taste of the international side of Ambergris Caye by visiting some of the Asian and European restaurants. San Pedro is also the place to go for shopping and historical tours detailing the history of European settlement on this island through colonial architecture and historic sites.
Best Time to Visit
January, February, and March are the three busiest months for tourism in Ambergris Caye. The weather is at its best this time of year, especially compared to back home for many of the vacationers. As a timeshare owner during peak season, you'll enjoy high-quality accommodations in a familiar setting without the question marks around choosing a hotel at random.
Travel slows down in the late spring and fall months, so if you want to avoid crowds this is the time to be here. It does pick up over the summer months when families and kids are out of school, so expect more holiday vacationers with children at this time of year.
With an Ambergris Caye timeshare, you'll soon discover just how many ways this island meets your need for a tropical escape whenever you vacation.