Manta Caye is located on one of the World's most breathtaking locations, the Glover's Atoll, now a World Heritage Site. Manta Caye is the site of a former resort of the same name. The island is also known as Southwest Caye and is the southernmost island on Glovers Atoll.
The resort has since been closed but the infrastructure remains and can easily be revived.
The resort once catered to the hard core diver seeking the world's best diving and fishing location. Most diver's and anglers agree that this location defines top notch and world class in water sport activities.
The island is currently inhabited by a caretaker that keeps the island in good, clean condition. The island seems best suited for another diver resort or a private estate.
Yachts frequent the Glover's Atoll on their way between Guatemala and the rest of the Caribbean. They'll often moor overnight within the protection and pristine waters of the Atoll.
If your search is for absolute paradise, this could be it. Access to Manta Caye is best by helicopter which is roughly a 35 minute ride from Belize City. The ride, at roughly 60 miles, would take about 2.5 hours by larger high speed boat. Most small resorts, currently operating on the Atoll, transfer their guests from Dangriga, Sittee River Village or Hopkins Village which is 30 miles away and roughly a 1.5 hour ride by larger speed boat.
Price is US$5.5 Million