The Ambergris Grand Limited Announces New Details on Margaritaville Resort Belize
Condo Resort Will Blend the Margaritaville Lifestyle with an Authentic Belizean Experience
Ambergris Caye, Belize – February 13th, 2019 – Earlier this month, The Ambergris Grand Limited (“TAG”) announced a partnership with Margaretville Holdings to bring a new Margaritaville condo resort to Belize, offering travelers and owners a fresh take on an authentic Belizean experience.
TAG shared additional details on the development, including the company’s environmental protection plan for the project, which is located adjacent to the Bacalar Chico Marine Reserve.
“We are excited about bringing the world’s leading lifestyle brand to Belize and partnering with a group like Margaritaville who knows, loves and respects Belize,” said Eddie Bouloy, Director.
“Our company is passionate about protecting the integrity of this beautiful destination and we look forward to creating an environment that captures the natural essence of Belize, while incorporating some fun new elements.”
TAG is a venture group majority owned by Belizeans. This Margaritaville Resort Belize project will include the renovation and expansion of an existing property, which faced financial hardships leading to a closure that lasted more than eight years. The reinvestment TAG is making into the project will bring substantial employment to the growing hospitality industry, while expanding the destination’s offerings to tourists from around the world, giving them a chance to enjoy Belize in an environmentally friendly and sustainable way.
TAG has already started renovation of the existing site, which is located at 18°05’ 17” N 87°
52’ 30” W, south of the Bacalar Chico Marine Reserve. Developers have received an Environmental Compliance Plan (“ECP”) from the Belize Department of the Environment, which defines how they will operate and handle vegetation clearance, construction and infrastructure, water resources, waste management, cultural and social issues, and more.
TAG will follow guidelines and assist in patrolling the adjacent General Use Zone of the reserve which restricts fishing, catching of lobster and conch, and the use of long lines, spear guns, and the use of gill nets.
Margaritaville is a long-time supporter of the environment and committed to making positive contributions in each of its local communities. Margaritaville will be part of the conservation effort, working closely with all parties to help protect the destination’s wildlife and natural beauty.
For more information, visit www.MargaritavilleResortBelize.com