Francisco Sandoval of the professional aerial video and photography company SkyCam from Guatemala just recently visited Belize with a couple of his remote controlled helicopter drones and compiled this great video of Belize’s natural beauty.
In the video you can see amazing images of Goff’s Caye located offshore Belize City, Cayo Espanto in Ambergris Caye, San Pedro Town, Ambergris Caye and of the Maya Temples at Xunantunich, Cayo, Belize. The video is very professionally done and speaks of the great services of SkyCam Guatemala.
Drone Footage, Belize August 2017
Locations: San Pedro, Secret Beach, Belize Barrier Reef
This video shows drone footage of the Secret Beach area on the island of Ambergris Caye Belize.
Ambergris Caye Secret Beach
This drone video shows where the main east / west connection road dead ends at Secret Beach, Ambergris Bay.
Mosquito Coast, Ambergris Caye, Belize
Little video of my neighbourhood and dock
It’s not much of a secret how much Susan and I love our annual week in San Pedro Town, on Ambergris Caye in Belize. This short, seven-minute video gives you a beautiful aerial view of the island. (I’ve made both a seven-minute and an 18-minute version of the video, so if the short one interests you, you might want to check out the longer version for more footage.)
We like to stay at the Blue Tang Inn on the beach in the middle of San Pedro Town, which conveniently has a rooftop deck. The deck served as my Phantom 4’s “heliport.”
One of the great things about San Pedro, at least for divers, is how close the reefs are to the shore. You’ll see this at the very beginning of the movie. Unlike Cozumel, for instance (which really is on the same extended reef system), the diving areas can be accessed in just a few minutes. In San Pedro, I can easily conclude two dives by 12:30 p.m. or so, leaving me the rest of the afternoon and evening to enjoy this wonderful little town with Susan.
The video highlights a few of Susan’s and my favorite places, and don’t be expecting any chain restaurants in San Pedro Town! Additionally, on some of the “over the city” footage, you’ll get a feel for the “Front Street,” “Middle Street,” and “Back Street” layout of the small town’s streets.
One thing the video does not reveal is the extreme warmth and friendliness of the local residents. San Pedro Town remains largely natural and unruined, and reminds Susan and me of the very early days of Cancun, when the wonderful attributes of the Mayan culture were still prevalent.
Re: Aerial Videos of Ambergris Caye - SkyCam
#508203 10/12/1506:45 AM10/12/1506:45 AM
Marty, thank you for posting this latest video..... Mr. Matt did a great job in creating it.... We live in the Coffee/Tan buildings to the right and the restaurant is nestled in the mangrove back with the brown tile roof... We look forward to returning friends and new visitors soon to be friends this coming season....