BEVERLY HILLS, Calif.
— A private tour operator is offering a private island in Belize for private parties, with prices starting at $7,995.
Bella Cruise Tours is a group that specializes in Caribbean vacations.
The company was founded in 2003 and is headquartered in Los Angeles.
In an email to ABC News, the company’s owner, Amy Johnson, said the price was not for the first time, but that it is something that has become more common since Belize became an independent nation.
The price is only one of the prices offered for private tours in Belizer.
The company will offer a Caribbean vacation for a party of 10 or more people, which includes an oceanfront cabin, a private balcony, a beachfront pool and a restaurant.
The cabin will cost $7.95 a night, the pool will cost a discounted rate of $3.75 and the restaurant will be available for a $30.00 price.
Guests will also receive two complimentary days of free international flights to Belize, and the company will give them the opportunity to learn more about the island’s history.
The cost of a cruise can vary from $8,000 to $10,000 depending on the type of cruise.
The cruises offered by Bella Cruise Tours include a day on the beach, two private island cruises, and a private night cruise.
There are also two private cruises that will be offered.
The two nights will cost an additional $735.00.
There will also be a $350.00 cruise to and from Belize City.
Biltmore Resort, which is in the area, is offering the second private night.
There are a number of factors that make a cruise more affordable, said Johnson.
The Caribbean is a very isolated place, and it’s more affordable to get a cruise to Belmopan than a cruise from New York or Paris.
That being said, the cost of the first cruise to the island is $10.95.
This is not the first private island to open up.
The first cruise ship to Belise was launched in 1992.
The owner, The Bahamas Travel Company, was established in 1999 and the number of private island vacations increased dramatically from 2000 to 2012.
There were more than 1,500 private island trips made in the past 12 years, with 1,700 of those occurring in 2014.
The price of a private vacation is dependent on many factors including location, number of guests, and whether or not you have a reservation.
There is a limit to how many guests a party can have, and you will be responsible for your own security, said Elizabeth A. Hickey, founder and CEO of Bella Cruise Tour.
Guests are not allowed to be late, nor will they be allowed to have food or drinks served on the island.
This means that you have to have a private reservation to book a private cruise, said Hickey.
She said it is up to the guest to decide what kind of trip they want to go on.
Guests must be 18 years or older to book on this private island cruise, which must be made through the company.
You must be a Belizean citizen and a resident of Belize at the time of your booking.
A cruise can be booked up to seven days in advance of the date you want to be on the cruise.
This gives you the opportunity for a vacation of up to 20 days, but it can be longer.
The cost of each day is $750.00, and all the guests are charged a $2.00 fee for each day.
The total cost of your cruise depends on your itinerary and the type and amount of guests.
The number of people on the private island will depend on the number and size of the party.
The private island costs are only one-third of the cost that you would pay to go to a resort.
The other half of the cruise costs are covered by the resort, Johnson said.
The first private trip was offered to a group of people in the fall of 2013.
Since then, more and more guests have been taking part in private trips to Belizing.
Johnson said the company has doubled its membership since then and now has nearly 600 members.
The most popular trips are to the Caribbean and Belize Beach.
In addition to the private Caribbean trip, the Bella Cruise tours offers cruises to the islands of Panama, Belize and St. Kitts and Nevis.
The prices for private island tours are not guaranteed, according to Johnson.
There may be restrictions on when the tour can be completed.
In some cases, the group must be booked a day in advance.
Johnson also said that some of the tours are restricted to only those who have paid the initial deposit, but other tours may allow for groups of up of four.
In other cases, you may be charged a flat rate for each trip, and guests may not be able to book in advance for a tour.
Johnson would not give