The cruise line’s guests have exclusive access to the resort where they could simply relax or take part in a variety of activities.
Those who preferred to kick back did so either in a chaise longue beside the swimming pool with its cascading waterfall or in the privacy of one of the private cabanas or luxury beach villas.
The more adventurous headed for the zipline, descending from a 40-metre-high lighthouse; enjoyed water sports such as snorkelling, kayaking and paddle boarding on the shallow lagoon; or explored the native flora and wildlife.
Guests could chose from a variety of dining and bar options, including authentic Belizean street cuisine in the artisan-style shopping village, where entertainment features local musicians and dancers. And for a change of pace, excursions on offer included river rafting and tours to Mayan ruins.
Norwegian Cruise Line is committed to preserving the natural environment on the island and reflects Belize’s own eco-tourism policy.