In this video we talked to Jaime Awe, Minister of Archeology for Belize, to get his views on the Mayan civilization. Belize has a rich Mayan heritage, boasting many ruins and artifacts. Today, these massive stone temples lay dormant, surrounded by overgrown forests. But to the keen observer, they tell a story of a
Nature at its Best The Cayo district is the country’s most popular jungle destination, which is easy to understand when you consider its diverse jungle habitats and beautiful scenery, as well as the fact that it has the highest concentration of Mayan ruins and caves in the country. Jungle rivers like the Sibun, Mopan &
No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problem Ambergris Caye is Belize’s largest island and by far the most popular destination in the country. Many reasons contribute to make this place so much fun. San Pedro Town has many cool bars, restaurants and shops. It also has a very colorful bunch of characters from locals to gringos.
Bert Nicholas is known to most by his nickname – Ras Creek. Although at first glance he might seem like just another hippy-rasta, he has an intuitive understanding of the sea. He was a key figure in the discovery and development of Shark-Ray Alley and the Sea Horse Ranch, turning them into must-see tourist
Go Slow 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
Gach was born and raised in San Pedro Town on the island of Ambergris Caye. Who better to tell you about this island than a local resident who has spent his whole life on the island!