“My favorite place has got to be Doris Creasey’s tidy, friendly Tree Tops”
Lonely Planet – 1997
“Tree Tops was generally thought to be the best on the island – it was immaculatly clean, comfortable…”
Sunday Times – August 31, 2003
“Easily the best hotel on the island (indeed the country) at this price, just 50m from the water.”
Belize The Rough Guide 1995 through 2005
“Immaculately clean & very comfortable rooms, one of the best hotel on the island……”
Belize The Rough Guide 2007
“…One of the best guesthouses in Belize.”
Foder’s Belize 2008
Certificate of Excellence award winner Tripadvisor 2012
Tree Top’s beach front location (we are situated approximately fifty yards from the water’s edge), gives our visitors unspoiled views of the sea and reef. A small grove of shady palm trees to the front of the guesthouse just adds the final touch.
Tree Top’s is found on the windward side of this picturesque little tropical island. The building is a solid structure, combining a mixture of traditional colonial Caribbean style, with just a touch of the Mediterranean.
Each bedroom is simply, but uniquely decorated, reflecting the wide ranging travel experiences of your hosts, Terry and Doris Creasey. The tiled floors, high ceilings and large fans, coupled with the sea breeze, ensure that the rooms remain pleasantly cool throughout the year. Each of the double bedrooms is equipped with a colour cable television and refrigerator. Two share bathroom facilities, with four rooms en suite.
Tree Top’s is located in Caye Caulker, ten miles off the coast of Belize. This tranquil, seductive island overlooks the Barrier Reef and beautiful Caribbean Sea. Despite the tourism, Caye Caulker still retains its quiet, relaxed, sleepy fishing village image.
The myriad of water sport activities that are available include diving, snorkeling, windsurfing, sailing, fishing, and many others. Trips to see the manatees, jungle trips, river excursions, diving in the Blue Hole, and so on can all be arrange.
Sea-facing, shared bathroom. (Adjoining Room 1) Featuring a far-eastern theme, vanity unit, and double windows
Sea-facing, shared bathroom (Adjoining Room 2) Featuring stain glass window, vanity unit, and Queen size bed.
Our Room No. 3 has a private bathroom, seafacing, an East African theme.
The Room No. 4, featuring a private bathroom and Indo-Malaysian wood carving.
Wake in the morning to a sunrise spectacular. The suite features all luxary compforts with large private porch and pleasent easterly facing views of the Caribbean Sea and Barrier Reef.
As the name indicates, this luxury suite faces to the west, with views of the sea, the islands bay boat harbor and village. With private north facing balcony as well as a south facing sun lounger area. Its redeeming feature however has to be the unforgettable sunsets.
Room 1 and 2 (with shared bathroom)
- Sea facing room, sharing bath, hot water, refrigerator, cable TV, vanity unit,Ceiling fa. ( Only two rooms share the bathroom.)
- $56.95 / Night
Room 3 (with bathroom / AC)
- Sea facing room, private bath, AC, hot water, refrigerator, cable TV, ceiling fan.
- $78.95 / Night
Room 4 (with bathroom / AC)
- AC, Private bath, hot water, Powder corner, separate WC, cable TV, Refrigerator, ceiling fan. Access to garden, sun-launchers, Hammock’s.
- $78.95 / Night
- Luxury suite, with private bath, King size bed, AC, Refrigerator, Phone, Cable TV, DSL- Internet connection, Private balcony with fantastic view of the sea.
- $107.95 / Night
- All prices are subject to a 9% government tax.
- Rates are for season: 15 November 2011 – 14 November 2012
While you are at the Tree Tops Guesthouse, you can take advantage of the numerous Belize scuba diving tours avaliable. With main attractions that include the cayes (pronounced keys), offshore atolls and the barrier reef, it’s no wonder why most Belize tours make diving an integral part of their activities. Dive Belize and you dive in some of the most famous diving spots in the world.
There are many diving adventures awaiting you in Belize. With a variety of dive sites and a range of diving choices, it’s easy to find Belize tours to your needs. From the beginner to the more experienced, in shallow waters to deep sea diving, Belize diving schools can accommodate nearly anyone. All Belize guides are licensed and certified not only to teach the most basic diving techniques but can also oversee even the most experienced dives. This includes the most popular dive Belize offers – the great Blue Hole. Belize diving guides are also trained in and able to provide emergency medical aid when required.
The Great Blue Hole – Belize Hotspot
The Great Blue Hole in Belize is known as one of the most favored Belize scuba diving sites and feature attractions, the Blue Hole is located along the middle of Lighthouse Reef. Of the three atoll reefs off the coast of Belize, Lighthouse Reef is the farthest offshore. The great Blue Hole is a limestone sinkhole well over 400 feet deep and 1000 feet across. It’s also the opening to an extensive system of underwater caves. Due to its low visibility and deep waters, however, this Belize diving site is best explored by only the most experienced of divers.
Even if you are not an experineced diver and are unable to see the great Blue Hole in Belize there are many other Belize tours you can enjoy. There are numerous diving sites for newbie divers. The beautiful, calm waters of Belize are filled with an abundance of sea life at not-so-intimidating depths. For instance, the barrier reefs offer excellent diving sites for beginners. Belize is home to the largest coral reef in the Caribbean, offering a unique glimpse into the most stunning and diverse habitats in the sea. Book a room at Tree Tops Guesthouse and dive Belize now!
With stunning beach resorts, warm turquoise waters and seclusion, Belize is the perfect place for honeymooners. Many of the Belize luxury accommodations even cater to wedding ceremonies as well and are specially equipped for making your honeymoon both romantic and exciting. Whether relaxing indoors, swimming beneath waterfalls, exploring jungles and ruins, or diving around nearby reefs, Belize will captivate even the most timid visitor. There’s something for everyone.