For more than 3 decades, Turneffe Flats has been known as one of the world’s top flats fishing and diving resorts. Turneffe Flats is 25 miles east of the mainland of Belize, ideally located to enjoy Turneffe’s 250 square miles of flats, coral reefs and rich marine life. In addition to the fishing program, guests can enjoy a myriad of other activities such as SCUBA diving, snorkeling and the popular Atoll Adventure program. One consideration to add on to your visit is to dovetail it with one of the premier inland eco-tour resorts to enjoy a complete inland/island experience!
The diverse fishery, with chances to land bonefish, permit and tarpon on any given day, sets Turneffe Flats apart from other destinations. Turneffe’s crystal clear, wadable flats make bonefishing the mainstay of the fishing program. Large migratory tarpon pass through between April and October.
The lodge has 8 air-conditioned duplex beachfront cabanas and 2 villas, each with common living area and 3 bedrooms (perfect for intact groups). In addition, there is a large lounge and dining facility where guests will enjoy pre-dinner cocktails, followed by excellent family-style dining.
A 7 or 8 wt. outfit for bonefish, 9 or 10 wt. outfit for permit and baby tarpon, all with tropical saltwater floating lines are recommended. A complete gear list will be sent upon confirmation. Frontiers can provide expert advice on finding the right gear for your trip. Rental gear is available.
Belize is a 2 1/2-hour flight from several U.S. gateway cities (Miami, Houston, Dallas, and Atlanta). Turneffe Flats Lodge is a 90-minute boat ride from the mainland to the island. On arrival day, guests need to arrive in Belize City no later than 3pm local Belize time; on departure day, guests need to book their international flights no earlier than 11:30am local Belize time. For U.S. citizens; a passport that is valid for 6 months after the last day of your trip is required. Residents of other countries should check with their consulate for entry requirements.
Per person. High Season
Fishing: 7n/6d shared room/boat-$5,062
Diving: 7n/6d shared room-$3,434
Atoll Adventure: 7n/6d shared room-$2,989
Fishing: 7n/6d shared room/boat-$4,410
Diving: 7n/6d shared room-$3,217
Atoll Adventure: 7n/6d shared room-$2,783
Specializes in saltwater fishing and big game hunting.
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Specializes in Bahamas and Christmas Island fishing, and United States wingshooting programs.
Senior Program Manager
Specializes in Belize, Cabo San Lucas and American West fishing programs.
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TURNEFFE ATOLL, Belize – Turneffe Atoll Trust, a registered non-governmental environmental conservation organization, has acquired some 17,000 acres of national land at Belize’s Turneffe Atoll to be conserved in perpetuity through establishment of the Turneffe Land Trust, announced Craig Hayes, board chairman of Turneffe Atoll Trust (TAT).
As trustee, TAT is charged with safeguarding this property and maintaining its ...
Only two spots remain to experience Turneffe Flats Lodge on a hosted trip during a prime Grand Slam Week May 30 - June 6, 2020!
Nick and Kami Swingle welcome you to their Frontiers’ Hosted Departure to Turneffe Flats Lodge. The Swingles visited Belize and ...
When it comes to green tourism and environmental sustainability, Turneffe Flats Lodge has long been one of the western Caribbean’s most innovative fishing and diving resorts.
More than ten years in the making, Turneffe Flats’ new solar-powered system is one of the largest off-grid solar systems in the Caribbean, allowing the fishing, diving, and ecotourism resort ...
Whether you’re a novice saltwater angler or a grizzled flats veteran, you’re sure to benefit from this hosted adventure opportunity featuring Nick and Kami Swingle of Two-Fisted Heart Productions at Turneffe Flats Lodge in Belize.
We have just four spots remaining during the week of May 30 - June 6; primetime for a species diverse flats trip to one of the Caribbean’s most well-known and revered saltwater lodges. Nick ...
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