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Harvest Cay Belize Cruise Port Guide


NCL private island under development.

Norwegian Cruise Line's new private island port in Belize, Harvest Caye, will have its own cruise ship port, making it the only port in the Central American country where passengers will walk off the ship rather than tender to land. The port will also boast a seven-acre sand beach, 15,000-square-foot pool, zip lining, suspensions bridges and free fall jumps, and five dining and beverage venues.

Harvest Caye opened in 2016 to Norwegian Cruise Line passengers sailing on the line's Western Caribbean itineraries.



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Not the cruise staff will serve you, but the island is staffed with locals.

A nature center, with boa constrictors, toucans and scarlet macaws has been build, including an enclosed butterfly garden,

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Adventure will be in no short supply for guests who opt to spend their day on Harvest Caye, with the island featuring a 130 foot tall Flighthouse as the central area for a variety of aerial activities including zip lining, suspension bridges, free fall jumps, a tandem "superman" style zip line and stunning views of the verdant hills of the mainland. Harvest Caye's zip line course will have more than 3,000 feet of zip line, allowing guests to soar through the air with a bird's eye view of the island and the sea, with stops at three different platforms. To top off the adventure, the Flighthouse will include a challenging but fun ropes course located on a platform in the saltwater lagoon.

For a lower adrenaline adventure, guests can also enjoy watersports such as kayaking, paddle boarding and canoeing in Harvest Caye's shallow lagoon area.

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Shopping and Food

LandShark Bar & Grill: The two-story eatery, overlooking a very large pool, will offer both indoor (air-conditioned) and open-air seating and a menu with some delicious burgers. Unlike other private island you will have to pay for a meal here.


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