Experience a tropical paradise

Welcome Captain Morgan’s Vacation Beach Club Members!

Getting the Most of your Timeshare in Belize

With a private 1,100-ft. white sand beach, first-class accommodations, unforgettable tours, activities, and all the amenities you could ask for, Captain Morgan’s Retreat is a Belize resort worthy of consideration for your next Caribbean vacation.

Located just a short boat ride north of San Pedro Town on the island of Ambergris Caye, also known as “La Isla Bonita,” Captain Morgan’s Retreat is famous for its cozy thatched-roof beach cabanas, spacious villas, and luxurious condos, combining comfort with beach paradise. Guests may enjoy a variety of activities, tours, and excursions to any of Belize’s spectacular dive sites or exotic inland destinations from our tour desk. Dine at our Mama Caribe restaurant, or simply relax by one of our two beachfront swimming pools. Of course, many of our guests enjoy the nightlife and shopping in San Pedro Town and all the unique attractions throughout Ambergris Caye.


Find out what’s new at Captain Morgan’s Retreat!

New Timeshare Office!

We have exciting news! As of Monday, October 11th, 2021, the timeshare office will begin operating from Captain Morgan’s Retreat in Belize. For many years, our timeshare office has operated from offsite locations. In order to increase efficiency and provide an expanded level of service, all timeshare services will be delivered by our onsite office […]

2020 Owner Update

Dear Captain Morgan’s Vacation Beach Club Owner, We hope this letter finds you well!  We have important news and updates to share with you today. We have continued our efforts to streamline the account management and payment processes, and we are pleased to continue with the improved billing schedule this year. You will find enclosed your invoice […]

September Events in Belize

September is a patriotic month for Belize as it celebrates more than one milestone occasion for our country. First is Tribute to the Baymen on September 9th, paying respect to and celebrating the baymen that fought off the Spaniards trying to conquer our shores in 1798. The streets of San Pedro will be alive with […]

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