Nothing whets the appetite quite like a fun-filled day exploring all of the wonderful attractions in Belize.

Chief’s Place, named for the father of Wilfred Pascascio, the man who founded Yok Ha along with his wife, serves up three courses of mouthwatering dishes every day. Ranging from classic Caribbean dishes like rice and beans to more exotic fare like hudut (a fish stew made from coconuts), Chief’s Place serves up hearty portions of delicious food. And, of course, there are also familiar staples like steaks and burgers too.

And nothing goes better with a delicious meal than a refreshing drink. Chief’s Place is fully stocked with domestic beers (including stouts, lagers, and ales) as well as a selection of Belizean rum, including One Barrel Rum, the essential ingredient for a delicious Caribbean cocktail. Chief’s Place also serves up non-alcoholic drinks, including fresh-squeezed orange juice, watermelon juice, lime juice, and a medley of fruit punches and smoothies.

And there’s no better place to enjoy all the good food and drinks served up by Chief’s Place than right on the beach, admiring a panoramic view of the surrounding Caribbean. Chief’s Place is built on a wooden deck that sits over the water, allowing diners to enjoy an unobstructed view of the reef.

All meals at Chief’s Place are made to order, and special dietary needs can easily be accommodated, including vegetarian and gluten-free meals.


Yok Ha Island Resort is on a three (3) acre private island just eight (8) miles east of Dangriga in Southern Belize. The island resort consists of five deluxe cabanas which have been designed with privacy and beach comfort in mind. The onsite restaurant serves delicious breakfast, lunch and dinner, and the bar is the perfect spot to grab a cold beer or relax on the deck that overlooks the beautiful Belize Barrier Reef.

Main Office in Dangriga, Belize
Day time: Belize – (011) 501-522-3802 or  USA – 954-284-6751
Anytime: (011) 501-650-8157
Fax: +501-522-3802

Physical Address:Water Foot Caye
Stann Creek
Belize, Central America