Hopkins is a small fishing village on the mainland of Belize and is known as one of the friendliest villages in Belize.
ABOUT HOPKINS AND AREA
Hopkins has a laid back village lifestyle that is cozy and relaxed.
There are many things to do in the immediate Hopkins area or within driving distance including:
Don't feel limited to just the resort. Your nearby surroundings at Sarkiki are a treasure trove of nature.
Exotic Bird Species
Birdwatch like never before on the shores of Belize.
Adventure is Everywhere
Spot an exotic bird species, maybe even a family. Often times, this can be done through cost-effective tours.
Beautiful flowers line the lands of Hopkins and Belize as a whole. Take the opportunity to learn more about the rare species the land has to offer.
Forests upon lush forests to be explored. Are you ready and willing?
Palm Trees Swaying
Light breezes, accompanied by the great sunshine of the land, not only refresh the mind, but invigorate the spirit.
Bushels of Rarity
The flora and fauna of Belize is truly rare, even for a locale as exotic as the Caribbean. It truly makes one appreciate each moment.
Exhausted from your expeditions? Don't fret. Home base is nearby in Sarkiki Reef Resort.
Salt Water Pools of Refreshment
Why risk swimming in the tides of the ocean when you have a salt water pool to explore back at the resort?
Take a ride on a sailboat in the nearby waters and let out your inner sea captain.
Exquisite Scenery All Around
But remember, the Pirates of the Caribbean also used to sail these waters!
Make Your Friends a Little Jealous
With pristine waters, amazing conditions and beautiful sunshine, its no wonder why your photos will be the talk of the town!
Keep Each Other Company
Belize is best enjoyed with the loved ones, and there is something for everyone to enjoy.
Soar High, Be Free
Let your imagination run wild when you set out on one of the local tours of the land.
The Belizeans are warm, friendly, contented people, who welcome visitors.
This tiny country of about 8500 square miles is situated on the east coast of Central America, about 16 degrees North of the Equator.
The population of some 300,000 are of mixed races, mainly, Garifunan, Creole, Mayan and Spanish. There are strong British and U.S. influences with English being the working language.
Belize was until 1964, British Honduras and remained as a British Colony until 1981. The tiny democracy has retained and improved upon many of the institutions and infrastructure introduced by the British. Belize boasts of high standard hospitals, schools and social programmes not enjoyed by many of the neighbouring countries.
Belize is bordered by Guatemala to the West and South, and the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico to the North.
Ask us about trips to neighbouring countries.