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Terribly disappointed/ expecting to take a nice stroll along the beach but it was closed off due to stingrays..man- made sinkhole was there mainly for children I guess but if you are desperate, adults can take a swim too...water is chlorinated and most likely not...More
Kukumba Beach is a man made VERY large water hole. I think the water may be mixed with chlorine although it was quite salty. There is a large slide, water trampoline, swing and tubes to play with. The beach had wooden and plastic chairs with...More
The kids loved swimming in this private lagoon. They had a nice water slide, the drop isn't as steep as some I've tried so it made it bearable for the kids. They had a Dj and an outdoor bar. And the restaurant attached was great....More
Took a cab from the port (cost about $5 per person for our group of six people) to this fun man-made beach. I did not take part in the "water park" portion of the park, but instead grabbed a couple buckets of Belize beer and...More
We didn’t book a shore excursion from our Carnival Miracle Cruise ship. So when we got into Port I asked a lady tour guide ( you know the one that holds up a sign at debarkation) if there is place to go to the beach...More
This is advertised as a beach, but that's so far from the truth. It's a man made sand pit next to the Caribbean Sea with a rock seawall around it blocking any access to the water. There's also a pool surrounded by sand that did...More
Just a man made lake with a waterslide. Never saw the waitress wife had to walk up to restaurant to order food then again to pick it up. Took forever to cook got bored after spending an hour and a half there.
This is not the environment to have a nice family outing. It’s a man made waterhole. I wonder if they ever check bacteria levels in the water. Would be interesting. They really tried to legitimize this place to being family friendly, but it’s far from...More
We visited while ported in Belize. It cost us 30 dollars each for a trip here which included return trip and entry too.
It’s a manmade beach but it’s realistic with the sand and the water is quite deep.
The inflatable, trampoline, water slide and...More