Belize Travel Guide

Belize at a Glance, Country Overview

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“If the world had any ends, Belize would certainly be one of them.” Aldous Huxley, English novelist Nestled along the eastern coast of Central America is Mother Nature’s best kept secret – a wondrous place called Belize. It is bounded on the north by Mexico, on the west and south by Guatemala and the iridescent

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Kayaking, Windsurfing & Water Sports in Belize

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Waterports Watersports are a great way to enjoy Belize’s waters and add fun and adventure to your vacation. The steady winds and relatively calm waters provided by the barrier reef make for smooth sailing off the coast. Windsurfing is popular and boards are often seen racing across the shoreline. The small catamaran Hobicats are great

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White Water Kayaking, Macal River

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Kayaking the white water rapids of the upper Macal is an adrenaline pumping experience you will not forget… The Macal River starts from the peaks of the Maya Mountains cutting through mountains and jungle until it meats the Mopan River to form the Belize River. The river cuts through 2 major national parks, the Chiquibul

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Barton Creek Cave

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Canoe through this water cave with a spotlight illuminating your way past stunning cave geology… Barton Creek Cave is a water cave that is explored on a canoe using powerful spotlights to illuminate your way. It’s located in the Slate Creek Preserve, a community based effort between villages and private land owners to preserve the

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Xunantunich Maya Ruins

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Xunantunich (Maiden of the Rock) is visually impressive and rapped by magnificent hieroglyphs… Xunantunich was built during the peak of the Mayan civilization, the Classic Period. The center of the site is composed of 6 major plazas and surrounded by more than 25 temples and palaces. There is also a ball court. During your visit

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360 Panorama of Belize City from 1914

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Use your mouse to click and move the Panorama 360 degrees! The country was orinigally founded in what is now Belize City. In the mid 17th century, the british originally settled here to harvest logwood and mahagonay to ship back to England. The location was perfect as Belize Town, as it was known back then,

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360 Panorama of Turneffe Islands Beach

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Use your mouse to click and move the Panorama 360 degrees! Just beyond Belize’s Barrier Reef you’ll find 3 coral atolls, the largest of which is Turneffe Islands Atoll. It is composed of mangroves, shallow lagoons, islands and a coral reef which cater to a diverse ecosystem. You’ll find dozens of diving and snorkeling sites

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360 Panorama of Caves Branch River

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Use your mouse to click and move the Panorama 360 degrees! This jungle river winds through mountains, broad-leaf forests and through a system of water caves that form the Caves Branch River and Cave System. One of the most popular tours in Belize is tubing on this river through the caves on inner tubes. However,

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360 Panorama of Hopkins Beach

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Use your mouse to click and move the Panorama 360 degrees! The beaches that line Hopkins Village, and the resorts along the coastline north and south of the village, are covered in beige coral sand. With the Stann Creek River to the north and Sittee River just to the south, the water right off the

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360 Panorama of Five Sisters Waterfall

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Use your mouse to click and move the Panorama 360 degrees! This waterfall got it’s name because the water forms 5 separate streams as it rolls over the rocks and boulders, hence the name Five Sisters. This is just one of the many waterfalls you’ll find in the Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve in the

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