Across the Placencia Road from the Caribbean Sea, waiting for you on the shores of the Placencia Lagoon is this modern two-bedroom, two-bath vacation home known as Casa Laguna Vista. It offers a splendid view of the Maya Mountains, the Placencia Lagoon and, across the road, the Caribbean.

Located on the Placencia Peninsula at Mile Marker 14 in the Plantation Subdivision, this home puts you in the middle of all the things you want to do when you vacation in Belize. Take a 15 minute trip to Placencia Village and its famous sidewalk or dine at one of the many restaurants along the way. Several dive shops and tour operators in the village offer snorkeling and diving tours to the Barrier Reef or Laughing Bird Caye.

Or you can arrange a jungle tour to the Jaguar Preserve (or drive yourself). The tour operators will pick you up at the house so you can enjoy the view of the lagoon and the Maya Mountains while you wait for your native guide. Other activities could include a drive up the very scenic Hummingbird Highway, which winds its way through the Maya Mountains, to Belmopan, the capitol of Belize, for lunch; or you could skip lunch and have a cup of Belizean Coffee and a cinnamon roll at Kropf’s Mennonite Bakery, which is located somewhere near the midpoint of the drive up the mountains.

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Getting to Placencia

Local Airplane

Two local airlines, Tropic Air and Maya Island Air leave Philip Goldson International several times each day with service to Placencia Village.

Local Bus

Ritchies Bus Service leaves the Belize City Bus Terminal daily with stops in Belmopan and Dangriga enroute to Placencia.

Car Rental

Most car rental agencies are located in major destinations in Belize with international car rental companies based out of Belize City, such as Thrifty, Budget, Avis and Hertz.

Contact Us

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About Placencia

Once a sleepy fishing village, Placencia has emerged as an increasingly popular destination on the Caribbean.

For those who enjoy outdoor adventure, the Stann Creek region offers a host of activities: hiking through mountainous rain forests, kayaking, deep sea fishing, snorkeling, diving and exploring Mayan ruins.

The peninsula boasts 16 miles of tranquil beaches, with a lagoon to the west, the Caribbean to the east, and lots of peace and quiet in the middle.

Tour guides and dive centers offer a variety of excursions, with boat rides to the cayes (pronounced keys) for snorkeling and diving an ongoing favorite.

Also popular are guided land tours to Mayan Ruins or trekking the jungle trails of Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary, where the first Jaguar Reserve in the world was established.