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Thank you again for the great time we had down there. My goal was for my wife to have a great trip as it was our first trip away from our small kiddos. She was reluctant to go at first but once she got to...More
Excellent facilities, service, and food. A truly caring management and staff.
World class saltwater fly fishing and a host of other activities for the non-angler.
The other guests were a joy to meet.
I will return.
I went to experience salt water fly fishing for the first time but my wife and I experienced so much more in a resort that just oozes friendship and a welcome second to none. Everyone was on first names from day 1 and could not...More
El Pescador is smack in the middle of a fishing paradise. Bone fish, Permit and Tarpin are all on offer. The folks at El Pescador are warm, friendly, very service oriented and create a relaxed, enjoyable vibe. The staff is very well trained and just...More
If you love Flyfishing for bonefish, permit and tarpon on the flats in Belize this the resort to go to. Beautiful location on Ambergris Caye. The El Pescador Resort has beautiful rooms, fantastic food and a great staff of friendly faces. The fishing guides are...More
Response from ElPescadorBelize | Property representative |
Hi. Thanks so much for your message. We are definitely a fishing lodge. Usually at least a few people in the group are anglers. If the non-anglers appreciate mother nature and will enjoy the friendly camaraderie of our... More
Hi. Thanks so much for your message. We are definitely a fishing lodge. Usually at least a few people in the group are anglers. If the non-anglers appreciate mother nature and will enjoy the friendly camaraderie of our other angling guests, I think you will be happy. We offer lots of non-angling activities. You may want to consider staying in our villas in order to have more space and privacy, and be a bit removed from the early morning hustle and bustle of going out fishing.