Join Frontiers Marketing Consultant, Jess McGlothlin on a fly fishing, photography and Belizean culture hosted trip. El Pescador Resort is a world-class fly fishing lodge located on Ambergris Cay. Anglers can enjoy both fly fishing and spin fishing the flats. Veteran guides will have you fishing for bonefish, permit and tarpon over the 400 square miles of waters. Copal Tree Lodge is located in southern Belize in a jungle lodge setting, organic farm and 12,000-acre nature reserve. Enjoy the best of local food and culture and adventures. Have your cameras ready!
Start your trip with three full days of fishing and photography or just relaxing at El Pescador’s beachfront property. Swap tales and photos in the main lodge dining area over dinner. Continue on to Copal Tree Lodge for three days enjoying snorkeling with the Chef, Mayan Ruins and cooking classes.
Both lodges offer comfortable air-conditioned accommodations, warm and welcoming staff and delicious American and Belizean cuisine. El Pescador – guests will enjoy main lodge beachfront accommodations. Copal Tree Lodge – guests will enjoy spacious Jungle Suites and a full service spa.
7-night/3-day guided fishing/3-day cultural package based on double occupancy/shared guide: $4,805 per person. Single supplement rates quoted upon request. Deposit payment refund policy: A nonrefundable deposit of 50% is due at the time of the reservation. Balance is payable 60 days prior to trip.
Belize is a two and a half to three hour flight from several U.S. gateway cities (Miami, Houston, Dallas, Atlanta, Denver and Charlotte). Carriers for the international travel are United, Delta, Southwest and American. For U.S. citizens, a passport that is valid for the length of your trip is required. Residents of other countries should check with their consulate for entry requirements. Tropic Air in-country flights will be organized through Frontiers for the entirety of your itinerary. Wi-Fi is available at both lodges.
Frontiers Marketing Consultant
Jess McGlothlin works as a freelance photographer and writer in the fly-fishing, travel and adventure travel industries. While on assignment in the past few years she’s learned how to throw spears at coconuts in French Polynesia, dodge saltwater crocodiles in Cuba, stand-up paddleboard down Peruvian Amazon tributaries and eat all manner of unidentifiable food.
Hailing from Montana, she grew up with a fly rod in hand and enjoys chasing fish all over the world (usually with a camera slung across her shoulder).