There are a diversity of tours, excursions and adventure that await you during your Belize vacation. In this video we take an overall look at the diversity of experiences that Belize has to offer, from climbing to the top of Mayan ruins to diving the Barrier Reef and everything in between. In just 2
Caye Caulker is an island that epitomizes relaxation. Lining the sandy streets of Caye Caulker Village you’ll find guesthouses, restaurants, grocery shops, artisans selling crafts, internet cafes and a few bars. At the end of the village you’ll find the legendary split where you can swim or grab a drink at the Lazy Lizard bar.
The country of Belize is located on the Caribbean coast of Central America. It is bordered on the north by Mexico and on the west and south by Guatemala. The Caribbean Sea washes its entire 180 mile long eastern coastline which is paralleled by the second largest Barrier Reef in the world and countless islands,
By Air Several airlines have daily flights to Belize and all land at the Philip Goldson International Airport (PGIA) in Ladyville, 10 miles from Belize City. From the airport you’ll find car rental companies, taxies and local flights to get you anywhere within the country. Ticket prices can vary widely depending on the time of
Currency The Belize Dollar (BZ) is the official currency. It is has a fixed exchange rate of BZ$2 to US$1. As you travel the country most locals refer to the US Dollar as simply “Dollar” and the Belize Dollar as simply “Belize”. However, if there is ever any confusion, you can just ask. Most establishments
Entry Requirements With the exception of cruise ship passengers, every visitor to Belize is required to have a valid passport. Your passport should be valid for at least 3 months after your date of arrival. You will also need your return airline ticket. If you are planning to stay for more than 30 days, you will
Marie-France Grenouillet visited Belize recently and captured the country’s diverse wildlife with her camera. Take a journey through her photographer’s eye and see Belize’s jungles like you’ve never seen them before! In Marie-France’s Own Words My impression of Belize – so small and so “generous” … I had the chance to go to Belize last
Sam is a PADI Course Director and owner of Sam’s Skin n Scuba Dive Shop in Kansas City. He and a group of intrepid divers recently took a week long trip on the Belize Aggressor III live-aboard to dive Belize’s Reef and Coral Atolls. Sam brought along his underwater camera and captured his amazing journey
My wife and I chose Belize for our honeymoon because of all it has to offer: beaches, scuba diving, fishing, archaeology and wildlife. We started in San Ignacio Town (Cayo District), where we toured the Maya pyramids of Caracol, swam at Big Rock Waterfall, explored Rio Frio Cave and spelunked the ATM Cave (our favorite).
Diane and a group of 6 adventurous friends arrived in Belize on the Grand Princess Cruise Ship. They wanted to do the cave tubing shore cruise excursion but were a bit hesitant about the caves. Diane said, “Some of us in the group are a bit claustrophobic!” After being assured that it was a very