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Top 10 Most Romantic Photos of 2016

Taken by Our Very Own Coco Plum Guests!  As the New Year approaches, we are reminded of the beautiful memories created at Coco Plum over the last year. Known worldwide as a Top Hotel for Romance, Coco Plum Island Resort is the epitome of love. Our guests surely reflect this love with each of the […]

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Coco Plum Island Resort Winter Special!

You don’t want to miss this!  The year is coming to a close, and you’re thinking, “How amazing would it be to spend a week away from the harsh cold embrace of winter’s hug?” We totally agree! Come spend your winter in the warm, tropical seclusion of private island paradise – as you bask in […]

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Garifuna Settlement Day in Belize: Come Celebrate with Us!

Recognized as a “masterpiece of the oral and intangible heritage of humanity” by UNESCO, the Garifuna Culture is one of the most unique in the world. Join us as we celebrate Garifuna Settlement Day, one of the largest and most celebrated national holidays in Belize. Each year November 19th marks the annual celebration of the […]

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Getting to Belize is Easier than You Think!

With Several Nonstop Flights from Major US Cities … Fall is upon us, which means that winter is just around the corner and you are trying to decide if you should brace another cold year or escape to somewhere a bit warmer and more tropical. You’ve been hearing about Belize, but you don’t know how […]

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Highlights of Coco Plum’s First Lobster Fest & Dates for Next Year!

A Lobster Craze at Coco Plum! And just like that, summer has almost come and gone! And the highlight of Coco Plum’s Summer 2016 was our first annual Lobster Fest. The festivities culminated on June 22, 2016 and ended July 20, 2016. For every Wednesday in those five weeks, our guests splurged on the astounding […]

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New Discovery Uncovered at Xunantunich Mayan Site in Belize

The largest Mayan tomb to ever be found in Belize at Xunantunich! And the amazing wonders of Belize continue. Last week, archaeologists working at the Xunantunich Mayan Site uncovered a tomb with skeletal remains of a man who is believed to have been a Maya ruler. This marks the first tomb to be discovered at […]

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