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No trip to San Pedro is complete without a snorkel/dive at Hol Chan, trivia night at Truck Stop, seafood, and a day spent at Secret Beach. Load up the beach bags, hop on the golf cart, and GO! Once you arrive at Secret Beach, be...More
We rented a golf cart and drove out to Secret Beach to check out what all the hype was about. There are serveal resturants/bars with comfortable loung chairs laid out right on the beach. No rental fee for the chairs, just need to purchase a...More
Great atmosphere very relaxing! The water is clear and warm and the beach has beautiful white sand. You can walk out a long way and still be only chest high in water. Lots of spots to sit in the sun or shade
We took a...More
This is not a secret beach- it would be more aptly named Distant Beach. It takes forever to drive on the pothole filled road (PRO TIP:: drive on the opposite side when going as there are fewer potholes on that side of the road). There...More
True Caribbean water. So many different shades of blue. Total sandy bottom. The Blue Eguana bar had picnic tables in the water and the best Pina colada’s on the island. Spent the day snorkeling and basking in the sun. Scenery was beautiful!
Sure renting a golf cart on the island to drive out to Secret Beach sounded fun but when it came time for our ride out it was dusty, BUMPY and barren once you pass the airport section of the island. When you get to the...More
Went to Secret Beach twice during our week stay on Ambergris Caye. Getting there took approximately 25 minutes by golf cart from Grand Caribe where we were staying.
Kind of a tourist trap atmosphere but the water was clear and free of all the seaweed...More
We enjoyed our time here. Pretty nice beach. I would go early as the crowd builds quickly. We sat under the shade at Pirates most of the time. If you are consuming their food and drinks it is free. The road to get there is...More
My husband and I came to Ambergris Caye primarily to snorkel, but on our days off, we wanted a true beach, something that’s lacking on the windward side of the island. Although it takes about 45 minutes to get there from San Pedro, and, as...More