A WATERFRONT PARADISE RESORT
A secluded white sand beach catches your eye as you arrive to X’tan Ha Resort (pronounced "ISH-tan HA"), located 7.2 miles north of San Pedro Town on Ambergris Caye. Beyond the best beach on the island lies the Belize Barrier Reef, offering world-class snorkelling and diving. The mainland of Belize, easily accessible via our onsite tour company, is an adventurer’s paradise. Find yourself exploring ancient Mayan Temples, speeding through the jungle canopy on a zip line or making friends with the country’s unique wildlife at the Belize Zoo.
The vibrant rooftops and tropical landscaping frame wooden buildings that offer private balconies overlooking the Caribbean Sea or one of two pools. The resort offers fully furnished one-bedroom casitas and villas that feature a private veranda, fully equipped kitchenette, dining area, bathroom with shower, bedroom with Cable TV.Learn More
FOOD & DRINK
Mari'y-Harr Restaurant offers a relaxed and fun ambience where you can enjoy our Caribbean inspired dishes. Serving daily from 7am-9pm, join us at the restaurant or anywhere on the property for room service.
Gather on the beach for your favorite tropical libation. Featuring a full-service bar, our beach bar is the place to be for fun and to mingle with other guests.
Explore the reef and jungles of Belize, or relax right at home.
World-class diving and snorkelling abounds on the Belize Barrier Reef, just offshore.
Two pools, the best beach on Ambergris Caye and many other onsite activities occupy your time just steps from your door.
Lush jungle, ancient Mayan ruins and diverse wildlife make a trip to the mainland a thrill for travelers of all ages.
X’tan Ha is located on the island of Ambergris Caye in Belize, Central America. Ambergris Caye is the largest of many islands in Belize and is Belize’s most popular tourist destination. San Pedro is the only town on the island. X’tan Ha is considered a remote resort and is located 7.2 miles north of San Pedro town, primarily accessible via water taxi.
We are proud to be a part of Sandy Point Resorts Ltd. a group of award winning resorts in Belize. Our central reservations office is located right on the island and is staffed by reservation professionals with an extensive knowledge of our island, our country and our resorts. You can book online, contact us via online chat, email [email protected]a.com, or call our toll free number: 1-844-360-1553.
The first step is to get to Belize. Belize’s International Airport is named Philip Goldson International Airport, code (BZE). Airlines that service BZE include: American, Avianca, Delta, United, TACA, Southwest, COPA and Tropic Air.
Guests arriving in Belize must transfer via a regional flight to the island of Ambergris Caye, a scenic 17-minute journey that will take you over Belize’s Barrier Reef. Maya Island Air is Belize’s leading, domestic, commercial passenger airline offering Air Travel, Tours, Charters and Freight Services. They operate daily, scheduled flights to several destinations including San Pedro, Dangriga and Placencia. Maya Island Air is your convenient gateway to the many private islands, seaside resorts and mainland activities unique to the country. Let their friendly and courteous staff ensure that your flying needs are met, and your experience with them is the best in Belize!
The island’s airstrip is located in San Pedro Town. We are pleased to arrange your regional flight; the cost of US$167.50 pp. will simply be added to your account for payment upon booking. Please note that we do not assess a fee for booking your flights; this is simply a service we provide to our guests.
Once you land in San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, our representative will meet you and will send you up to our property on the next available transfer. There is a surcharge of US $30 per person for round-trip transportation from San Pedro Town to X’tan Ha Resort, arrival and departure transfers leave once per hour.
To have us book your regional flight, please forward your international itinerary and full names, and we will respond within 48 hours with your flight confirmation and instructions. [email protected].
Please note: Should you decide to make your own transfer arrangements between Belize City and San Pedro, you must provide the details to our office no later than 72 hours prior to your arrival in order to be included on our arrival and departure transfer schedule between San Pedro Town and our property, failure to do so may result in non-availability of transfer service.
To learn more about everything you need to know prior to your travel, please visit: Travel to Belize Guide.
Should you wish to travel true island-style, the Coastal Xpress offers reliable water taxi service between X’tan Ha and town several times per day. Tickets can be purchased at our Front Desk and charged to your room account or you can simply pay cash onboard. The cost is currently US$8 per person, per trip. For an overview of the Coastal Xpress service, please visit: https://ambergriscaye.com/coastalxpress/
Golf Carts can be a fun way to explore the island and the government is currently working on a road between our location and San Pedro town. Currently, the road does not have directional signage or lighting and it may be difficult to pass during times of inclement weather. We do not recommend driving after dark. For the most up to date information on road conditions as well as rates and availability of golf carts, please contact us.
- In-room purified drinking water.
- In-room coffee, tea, sugar and coffee creamer.
- Shampoo, Conditioner, Body Wash, Soap and Lotion.
- Use of Kayaks, paddle boards and bicycles between the hours of 8am and 5pm.
- WIFI service in designated public areas of the resort.
- Daily housekeeping service.
Life on the island is casual and relaxed, so you should pack comfortable clothing and you may wish to pack your own dive gear. Insect repellent and sunscreen are a must along with any medications and personal items such as eyeglasses, contact lenses and contact lens solution. A flashlight and light rain jacket can come in handy when Mother Nature strikes.