“Treasure Cove Belize will be a unique and unparalleled resort development, playing a leadership role in promoting responsible eco-tourism surrounding the sensitive marine environment of the Belize Barrier Reef,” says Irene Whiteside, Senior Vice President and President of Partnership Development for Treasure Island Management, Ltd.
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Treasure Cove is perfectly situated for development:
This is one of the few islands in Belize with deep-water access for building purposes. A 20-foot-deep channel, “The Cut,” runs through the island, facilitating transportation for barges and tugboats right to the island. “Transportation of people, equipment, and building equipment is critical in Belize,” she says. “No one beats our location.”
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Treasure Island Management, Ltd. has recently entered into discussions regarding acquisitions and joint venture partnering with several Global Luxury Resort Developers, Hotel Builders, Vacation Clubs, Gaming Companies, and World’s Billionaires.
The project is supported by government of Belize: “With the overview and supporting documents presented to the Ministry, the Ministry of Natural Resources and the Environment credits the concept and supports the undertaking to develop Caye land in relation to sound environmental programs,” writes the Honorable Gaspar Vega, deputy prime minister and minister of natural resources and the environment. A Memorandum of Understanding is prepared and will be presented for signing by the Government of Belize soon.
Treasure Cove Belize is multi-beneficial, Whiteside says, in particular, to the country, which will receive many economic benefits, including more than 1,000 jobs and promotion worldwide of ecotourism and environmental responsibility.
Treasure Island Management, Ltd. is a Belizean Corporation developing Treasure Cove Belize, the proposed largest Mega-Green Resort in the Caribbean.