Capt Gene Kelly
Tropical Fishing Adventures
PO Box 2104, Montauk, NY, 11954
631 668 2019
We have three comfortable, clean cabins with daily housekeeping. Each cabin is built on stilts over the Caribbean Sea allowing for a restful sleep while listening to the soothing sounds of the Sea and breathing it's pure and healthful Breeze.
Each cabin has:
2 double bed with comfortable mattresses
Bed head lights if you wish to read a book without keeping on the main light
Writing table and chair
Wash basin separate from the toilet and shower area
Private tiled showers designed with a seating bench
Fans in each cabin
Private verandah over the Caribbean Sea with deck chairs and hammock
Built on stilts above the Caribbean Sea
Open deck with a fantastic view and a cool hangout after a long day of fishing, kayaking, snorkeling, diving etc
Wall Of Fame
Dining area where delicious and memorable family style meals are served
Full running fresh water from our water storage system
Solar system provides a 12 volt lighting system at night when the generator is turned off
Diesel generator provides 110 electricity throughout the day and is shut off at 9 p.m.
A larger and more open area with a typical tropical thatched roof giving our clients
a more spacious hang-
We now offer FREE Wi-
Kayaks and some snorkeling gear are available for exploring the beauty of the lagoon and surrounding islands
Guides and Staff:
Our employees are all licensed, certified and most of all warm, friendly and ready to assist and make your trip enjoyable
Dinners at the lodge usually consist of generous portions of fresh seafood including lobster, conch, shrimp or freshly caught fish (let us know if you have a special diet). Local Belizean fare such as chicken and pork with local vegetables are also on the menu.
The resident cook would be happy to prepare your favorite dish, just ask! Try the fried plantains!
You may choose to snorkel the reef just in front of your cabin and pick up some conch which the Tarpon Caye Lodge Cook will turn into a tasty “Ceviche” dish or tantalizingly delious conch fritters; at dinner time. Snorkel past some of the large coral heads and you may be able to spot cruising tarpon in the deeper pockets of the reef or see lobsters hiding in the coral.