Belize - Sea Dreams / Anglers Abroad
Belize is located on the eastern coast of Central America. It has an area of 8,800 sq mi and 387,879 people. Its mainland is about 180 miles long and 68 miles wide. It has the lowest population and population density in Central America.
The Mayan civilization spread into the area of Belize between 1500 B.C. and 300 A.D. and flourished until about 1200. European exploration campaigns began in 1502 when Christopher Columbus sailed along the Gulf of Honduras.
Belize has a diverse society, composed of many cultures and languages that reflect its rich history. English is the official language of Belize. Belize's abundance of terrestrial and marine species and its diversity of ecosystems give it a key place in the globally significant Mesoamerican Biological Corridor.
Experience the Unique Charm of Sea Dreams
Originally from the United States, the owners of this boutique hotel and fishing operation are committed to employing local artisans, protecting the environment, and funding local education.
Carved wooden sinks, soft sheets, a small, tree-covered courtyard, Mayan masks, a rooftop deck with and a three-sided view of the Caribbean.
Sea Dreams has a hotel sunset pier where Tarpon roll and Bonefish feed near a sandy-bottomed swimming hole set the stage for a truly wonderful and relaxing Belizean vacation while not out on the water chasing fish.
Preparing For Your Adventure
Anglers Abroad at Sea Dreams Hotel offers half-day and full-day guided flats fishing trips. They specialize in fly-fishing, and also offer spin fishing. We believe the key to an enjoyable flats fishing trip is pre-planning. We work hard to understand your interests and expectations so that we may match you with the best guide for your needs. So please let us know what you are wanting out of this trip so that we may talk with the guides offered thru Anglers Abroad to ensure our best efforts in dialing in your experience!
We also offer fly casting lessons here at Sportsman’s Finest to get you and your cast ready for the trip. If this interests you please inquire with me and we can get you on the calendar for a lesson.
A day on the flats you will have opportunities to cast at bonefish, tarpon, and the famed permit! I wouldn’t be surprised if you saw a snook or two as well. Various other reef fish can be seen and targeted, however the few listed above are the main species sought after at Sea Dreams/Anglers Abroad. 7, 8, 9 and 10wt fly rods are appropriate for this type of fishing with matching reels and lines.
Sea Dreams / Anglers Abroad does have a small collection terminal tackle available for your last minute needs; also they keep spinning and fly equipment that can be rented. We recommend that you take with you as much of the gear that you will be using on your trip. A good mix of leaders and tippet can be found here at Sportsman’s Finest that will take care of your entire Belizean fly fishing needs. Popular fly patterns for the area change periodically, but our staff keep up to date on what our guides prefer in the area that you will be fishing and a good stock of all that you will need.
If you already have gear appropriate for this trip, great! But if you are not quite sure don’t be shy to give me a call and schedule a time to come into the shop so that we can evaluate your equipment to ensure the best experience while away on your trip abroad.
Amenities and Pricing
Our guided fishing packages include accommodations at Sea Dreams Hotel with A/C, Cable TV, Mini fridge, coffee maker, hot cooked breakfast each morning, lunch on fishing days, all local beverages (local beer, local mixed drinks, sodas, juice, bottled water), bikes, kayaks, canoe, paddle boards, snorkel gear, transfers to and from local airstrip or water taxi to hotel, and all taxes. Upgrades to apartments and private cabanas with kitchens are available. Please let us know if these upgrades are desired.
All prices listed below are per person and quoted in US dollars for a single room and boat for you and your wife.
Double Occupancy (2 Per Boat / 2 Per Room)
- 3 Nights / 2 Days = $965.00
- 4 Nights / 3 Days = $1385.00
- 5 Nights / 4 Days = $1810.00
- 6 Nights / 5 Days = $2,230.00
- 7 Nights / 6 Days = $2,655.00
- 8 Nights / 7 Days = $3,075.00
Full-day fishing trips are eight hours (typically 8-4) and include lunch, sodas, and water.
You will notice that the fishing packages do not include dinner. This island is small, easy, and fun to walk. There are many different restaurant options on the island. Haywood or the ladies at the desk of Sea Dreams are happy to tell you their favorites; I really enjoy Wish Willy’s! It is a back yard Caribbean BBQ style place that seems to fit just right for the island life.
Wish Willy, a.k.a. Maurice Moore, is a cool, tall rasta guy. Born in Belize and raised in Chicago, USA, where he became a chef. In the late 90's he decided to go back to his roots and started his restaurant Wish Willy on Caye Caulker. He didn't have a smooth start, because the first year Hurricane Mitch destroyed almost his complete restaurant.
But he moved on and now he has one of the most popular restaurants on the island and is well known all over the island, the country of Belize and even when he is in Europe, people recognize him. When you come for dinner to Wish Willy, Maurice will certainly take care of and entertain you; either with his never-ending stories or his tasteful food.
Travel to Caye Caulker
Houston (Hobby) airport offers a direct flight to Belize City. From there you can either take a Tropical air flight to Caye Caulker or you can book a trip on the water taxi. Whichever way you travel from Belize City to Caye Caulker, Sea Dreams staff will be waiting for you upon arrival to help you get to the hotel, by means of golf cart since there are no cars on the island! This golf cart ride is great since you will get your first glimpse of the island.