Treasure Cove Belize, fully supports the proposed eco-conscious resort by Leonardo DiCaprio located on Blackadore Caye in Belize.
Dallas, TX, April 24, 2015 –(PR.com)– The developers of the proposed resort, Treasure Cove Belize, fully supports the proposed eco-conscious resort on the island of Blackadore Caye, owned by Leonardo DiCaprio. This private island development is just west of Ambergris Caye, on which the environmentally-conscious actor is partnering with NYC developer Delos for the resort, which will be called “Blackadore Caye, a Restorative Island.” The renowned actor and environmental activist has teamed up with the Four Seasons to develop the 104-acre tropical private island into a conscientious exclusive eco-luxury resort.
Treasure Island Management, Ltd., incorporated in Belize, plans to build Treasure Cove Belize, the proposed largest Mega-Green Resort in the world, on the island of Drowned Caye, and has extensive plans drawn to incorporate sustainable practices that leave no carbon footprint. These environmental best practices also encompass economic and social benefits. Treasure Cove Belize is wholly committed to work with and support others in the ecotourism industry through involvement in public associations, environmental groups, governmental departments and through educational programs for the Belize citizenry. These programs will focus on environmental awareness, sustainability and conservation. One sustainability effort, among many, of Treasure Cove Belize includes the building and development of a coral propagation center as well as a seahorse sanctuary.
Deputy Prime Minister Gaspar Vega has endorsed Treasure Cove Belize, stating, “The Ministry of Natural Resources and the Environment credits the concept [of Treasure Cove Belize] and supports the undertaking to develop Caye land in relation to sound environmental programs.”
Developers of Treasure Cove Belize, including Chief Executive Officer Rick Pierce, convey a mutual respect for the DeCaprio Project, and applauds his environmental awareness and sensitivity, as well as the many economic benefits the project will bring to Belize.
Treasure Island Management, Ltd.