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Altun Ha

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Ambergris Caye

Today Ambergris Caye is a world class destination for diving. Ambergris Caye also offers a variety of water sport activities from snorkeling to windsurfing, sailing, fishing, parasailing, jet-skiing even glass bottom boat tours. If you en...

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Believed to be the heart of the Maya civilization, Belize offers travelers the life-changing opportunity to explore Mayan ruins at more than 1,400 recorded Mayan sites. Lamanai, Xunantunic, Caracol and Altun Ha are excellent archaeological sites to v...

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Belize Barrier Reef

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Belize City

Belize City is the largest city in Belize. It offers the visitor an unusual combination of rustic, old-fashioned Caribbean charm and bustling modernity. The Belize River meanders through the middle of the city; and twice a day, the city's swing bridg...

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Belmopan is the capital city of Belize, and is known as the ‘Garden City.’ Although still a relatively quiet city, Belmopan has an array of activities to interest visitors and a lively night life. Blue Hole National Park and cave tubing a...

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Benque Viejo del Carmen

Benque Viejo Del Carmen, or just Benque (pronounced Ben-kay), is the last town in western Belize before Guatemala. Mostly Spanish-speaking, it is a sleepy town that only perks up around Easter and in July, when there are religious and cultural festiv...

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Burrell Boom

Burrell Boom is located on the Belize River, conveniently only twenty miles above Belize City. It is a paradise for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. With amazing bird watching and black howler monkeys playing in the treetops, cave tubing, zip l...

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Carrie Bow Cay

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Caye Caulker

Caye Caulker is a tiny limestone coral island village off the coast of Belize in the Caribbean Sea where their “no shirt, no shoes,” policy is not a problem. Inhabited for hundreds of years, Caye Caulker did exceed in population until 184...

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Cayo District

Cayo spans more than 2,000 square miles across diverse terrain, changing from lush river valleys and savannas, to jungle hillsides and rugged mountain ridges. With an estimated population of around 40,000, one of Cayo Districts most important industr...

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Coco Plum Caye

Coco Plum Caye is one of the excellent snorkeling and diving islands located on Progresso Lagoon on the Belize Barrier Reef. It was one of the most important political centres in northern Belize after A.D. 1250, and it is hypothesized to be the locat...

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Located near the Mexican border and approximately 95 mi/155 km north of Belize City, Corozal Town is often overlooked by visitors but is a friendly town with a Latin atmosphere. Increasingly popular with expats, Corozal has among the lowest prices in...

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Dangriga is a town on the central Belize coast. Founded in 1823 by black refugees from Honduras, it developed as a port and trading centre for bananas, timber, coconuts, and fish. From Dangriga you can visit the Mayan Stone Maiden and the Cockscomb B...

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Frenchman’s Caye

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Glover's Reef Atoll

Glover's Reef Atoll, a protected national reserve, is made of some of Belize's most remote cayes. The islands are popular with serious snorkelers, divers and anglers. Isla Marisol, a pleasant dive lodge, is on Southwest Caye, and Glover's Atoll Resor...

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Goff's Caye

Incredible reef island off the Belize coast to the south of Belize City. Explore the underwater atolls along the reef, the bottomless blue hole and the Manatees and red footed boobies at Half Moon Cay. From here you can also visit the Baboon Sanctua...

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Harvest Caye

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Hatchet Caye

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Hidden Valley

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A fast-developing but still ultralow-key beach area on the coast between Dangriga and Placencia, 80 mi/130 km by road south of Belize City, Hopkins maintains the feel of a friendly Garifuna village. It's a great place to learn about the culture. In a...

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Hunting Caye

The cayes of Belize sit atop the second-longest coral barrier reef in the world. This idyllic setting is the perfect spot to play in the crystalline waters swarming with brilliantly colored fishes. Enjoy a beach barbecue, as well.

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Lagoon Caye

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Lark Caye

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Laughing Bird Cay

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Lighthouse Reef

Lighthouse Reef is one of three atoll reefs off the coast of Belize. Lighthouse Reef is a premier location for diving, snorkeling and fishing adventures. There are also cabins available for visitors to enjoy, which are situated on a white sandy ...

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Lime Caye

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Manatee River

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Mayflower Bocawina National Park

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Monkey River Town

Monkey River Town is a small village flanked by the Belizean jungle. Visitors have the opportunity to take guided river tours through mangrove channels and broadleaf forests.  Along the river you will have the chance to see the local wildlife al...

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Orange Walk

Located 60 mi/95 km by road northwest of Belize City, Orange Walk Town is a center for Belize's sugarcane industry. Its cultural center, Banquitas House of Culture, offers interesting exhibits when it is open. From a traveler's perspective, Orange Wa...

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Payne’s Creek National Park

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Belize's Placencia Peninsula, like Hopkins, appeals to those who want to combine a mainland vacation with seaside activities. Lying 114 mi/180 km by road south of Belize City, it offers a sleepy, almost South Pacific atmosphere, though a number of ho...

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Punta Gorda

Set against a verdant backdrop, Punta Gorda, Belize's southernmost town, is a place to enjoy sooner rather than later. With multiple daily flights and buses, and with the completion of paving of the Southern Highway—which is now the best highway in B...

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Punta Negra

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Ranguana Caye

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San Ignacio

The medium-sized settlement of San Ignacio, on the banks of the Macal River in Belize's hilly western region, is another culturally diverse Belizean town—with quick and easy access to superb natural and historical sites. Its wooden and concrete build...

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San Pedro

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Sapodilla Cayes

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Sarteneja is a fishing village on the Shipstern Peninsula of Corozal District. Though still off the beaten path, it is beginning to attract both visitors and expats looking for a quieter and more unspoiled side of Belize. Sarteneja, home to a small p...

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South Water Caye

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Stann Creek District

Stann Creek District is the second largest in the Central American country of Belize. This district offers its visitors an array of adventures and attractions. One of the most visited is the Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary, where you will have the...

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Thatch Caye

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Turneffe Island

Turneffe Island is a private Caribbean island off the coast of Belize with activities including snorkeling, fishing, scuba diving, paddle boards, kayaks, sailing and more. Relax on the white sandy beaches, bird watch, explore through the palms or fin...

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Whipray Caye

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An adventurer's paradise, Belize is your peaceful, English-speaking neighbor only two hours away from 3 major U.S. Gateways. With a diversity of adventure opportunities unmatched by any other country, the Belize people have protected 40% of the country as parks and natural reserves. Belize is on the Caribbean coast, nestled between Mexico and Guatemala and offers an intriguing mix of tropical forests rich with wildlife, majestic 3,675 foot mountains, mysterious Maya temples, and diving and fishing experiences beyond compare. In a single day you can go from tropical forest to the longest barrier reef in the Western Hemisphere.
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Serenely situated in the charming fishing village of Placencia just steps from the Caribbean Sea is Turtle Inn, a boutique, 25 room seafront retreat radiating with the natural wonders of Belize. Designed with handcrafted Balinese furnishings and naturally cooled by the sea breezes, each free-stan...

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Situated just three miles from San Pedro is Cayo Espanto, an extraordinary private island retreat located in the calm waters of the Western Caribbean off the coast of Belize. Boasting just seven villas ranging from one and two-bedroom beachfront and overwater accommodations, this elite island san...

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3-Nights Belize, Blancaneaux Lodge

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Nestled within the Maya Mountains in Belize, Blancaneaux Lodge is a boutique resort where waterfalls cascade into shimmering pools above the jungle canopy. Perched upon the hills above Privassion Creek, this 20 room mountain getaway provides guests with all the comforts of home, featuring spaciou...

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Belize is a rising star among those seeking active and educational vacations. Tourists go to see its vast expanses of rain forest, rich collection of birds and animals, a long stretch of coral barrier reef and plentiful Maya ruins. As a result, tourism now surpasses agriculture as the largest industry in Belize, generating more than one-fifth of the country's gross domestic product.

Of course, Belize's growing popularity is making it somewhat less wild than it used to be—especially if you find yourself in a well-appointed jungle lodge or seaside resort. Even the sounds of howler monkeys can seem rather civilized when you're sipping cappuccino on the veranda.

Belize's travel infrastructure is continually improving but remains far from polished: Some areas are difficult and/or expensive to get to, and conventional resort amenities such as golf courses and tennis courts are few and far between. Belize's five "highways" are narrow but in fairly good condition, and traffic is light on them. The rest of the roads are one or two lanes, and typically unpaved, though some are filled in with gravel or sand.

Belize City is Belize's only urban area of any size, though it and its suburbs account for fewer than 80,000 people. It is the country's commercial, cultural and transportation hub, but it is actually Belize's least-appealing visitor destination. Belize City's high violent crime rates keep visitors wary, especially around the downtown area after dark. Many quickly leave the city for safer and more scenic areas on the mainland or to the islands (commonly called cayes in Belize), a short plane flight or boat ride away from Belize City.

Ambergris Caye, Belize's most popular destination, offers a pleasing mix of informal living, watersports and the country's best restaurants and nightlife. Caye Caulker, Hopkins, Placencia and San Ignacio also attract many visitors. Up-and-coming spots such as Punta Gorda, Corozal Town and Sarteneja are inexpensive and almost totally unspoiled by mass tourism.


Belize shares a small northern border with Mexico. To the west and south, its neighbor is Guatemala. The entire eastern coastline is open to the Caribbean Sea, with a 175-mi-/280-km-long barrier reef running the full length.

Although relatively small, Belize is a country of great geographical diversity. The south and west are hilly, reaching altitudes of 3,700 ft/1,130 m. In the high, hard-to-log areas, virgin forest remains, and the rest of the country has a variety of forests that have regrown after logging. The north and central coastal areas are laced with mangrove swamps, which give way to beaches in the south.

Off the mainland, the water is only about 16 ft/5 m deep all the way to the islands, or cayes (pronounced keys), which are just west of the barrier reef. The islands are, for the most part, flat. Some are surrounded by mangroves, and others are lined with narrow sandy beaches. Farther out are Belize's three atolls—great rings of coral reef surrounding lagoons over submerged ancient islands. (Three of the four atolls in the Western Hemisphere are in Belize; the other is off the east coast of Mexico.)


Archaeologists have determined that the Maya settled in Belize as early as 2500 BC. Their civilization reached its height between AD 250 and 900. Descendants of the Maya continue to live in Belize today, particularly the Mopan, Yucatec and Q'eqchi' branches.

The Spanish claimed Central America along with the rest of their New World possessions, but they didn't settle the area that would become Belize. The first sustained European presence came instead from British buccaneers and shipwrecked British sailors, who soon realized that Belize's forests of mahogany were valuable commodities. Slaves were brought in to harvest the timber, and the Baymen—as the British settlers were known—began to extract a tidy profit from the jungle.

Spain continued to claim the area, however, and the decisive battle between the Spanish and British was fought 10 September 1798, off St. George's Caye. The British won and continued to rule the area despite advances by Mexico and Guatemala in the 1820s. The settlement became known as British Honduras, though it wasn't until 1862 that it officially became a British colony. In 1973, the name was changed to Belize, and Belmopan became the new capital city. On 21 September 1981, Belize declared its independence from Britain and became part of the British Commonwealth of Nations.

Today, Belize is a multicultural and multilingual society. Maya, English, African, Creole and Mestizo communities are joined by Mennonites who immigrated to Belize by way of Canada after World War II (and now make up 3% of Belize's population). Spanish-speaking Mestizos from neighboring Central American countries are a large and growing group, making up half of the population. East Indians, Chinese and expatriate Europeans and North Americans are also part of the Belizean melting pot.


The country's main attractions include Maya ruins, scuba diving, a cheerful cultural melting pot, relaxed island life, nature reserves, kayaking, snorkeling, deep-sea and fly fishing, caving and cave tubing, canoeing, beaches and bird-watching. Most travelers divide their time between the coast and the rain forests.

If you are interested in water-related activities, nature and Maya culture, or if you want nothing more than to laze about, you'll enjoy Belize. If you want massive white-sand beaches, extensive nightlife and staged entertainment, look elsewhere.


Belize's deforestation rates are the lowest in Central America.

Approximately 800 documented species of birds live in North and Central America. Belize is home to 540 of them.

A "grand slam" for anglers in Belize is catching tarpon, bonefish and permit (a pompano) on the same trip.

Belize's modern capital city, Belmopan, was built from scratch after Hurricane Hattie devastated Belize City in 1961.

Belize has two Blue Holes—the underwater dive site at Lighthouse Reef and an inland sinkhole with sapphire-colored water just south of Belmopan.

The electric-blue color of the blue morpho butterflies makes them easy to spot in the dark green rain forests of Belize. If you see them nowhere else, look for the blue morpho and other butterflies at one of the country's butterfly farms, such as Green Hills or Tropical Wings.

Actor Leonardo DiCaprio owns an island west of Ambergris Caye, and movie director Francis Ford Coppola has two hotels on the mainland.

You'll find "Cool Spots" all over Belize—Henry's Cool Spot, Juan's Cool Spot and so on. Cool Spot is the local lingo for a bar serving Belikin beer and local rum drinks.

In 1992, Guatemala finally recognized Belize as an independent nation. Guatemala had claimed that Belize was part of its territory on the basis of 500-year-old Spanish decrees. Tensions between the two countries have lessened, but some Guatemalans continue to believe Belize was stolen from them by the British.

Queen Elizabeth II was served gibnut (a rodent that is a national delicacy) on her visit to Belize. Headlines in London the following day read "Queen Served Rat by Wogs"; to this day, the dish is proudly known as "royal rat."

Among the movies filmed in Belize are The Mosquito Coast, adapted from the novel by Paul Theroux, and The Dogs of War, which is set in Africa but features many recognizable places in Belize City. Belize also has been the setting for a number of low-budget schlock movies, including Blood Island, Mega Piranha and 2012: Doomsday.

Baron Bliss, an eccentric English-Portuguese adventurer who became Belize's greatest benefactor, died in 1926 of food poisoning on a yacht anchored off the Belizean coast, without ever having set foot in the country. His generosity is celebrated each year on 9 March, Baron Bliss Day, a national holiday.


Called "Tourism Village," the docking terminal for cruise ships is also a mini-mall with a host of overpriced shops, bars and other amenities. Belize City now gets more than 1 million cruise ship passengers annually.

On some days, three or four large ships may be in port at the same time, stretching Belize's limited tourism infrastructure and overcrowding popular sites such as Shark-Ray Alley near Ambergris Caye and the Altun Ha ruins, just north of Belize City.

Cruise ships drop anchor a few miles outside of Belize City's harbor (it's too shallow for the draft of the cruise ships) and visitors are taken ashore by speedy tenders that are run by the Belize port authority. It takes about 20 minutes to get from the ship to the Tourist Village docks in Belize City. All excursions to the interior and the offshore islands begin at the Tourist Village.

Belize City's central location (near the middle of the country on the Caribbean) has made it a convenient base for day trips into the interior to explore rain forests and Maya ruins, but it does not always make a good impression on cruise ship visitors, and crime is a constant concern.

An additional terminal in Harvest Caye tenders some ships. A 15-minute ferry ride (with tickets sold on-board) takes passengers to Placencia.

Shore Excursions

The most popular excursions are cave tubing at Nohoch Che'en Caves Branch Archaeological Reserve near the capital of Belmopan, visits to the Maya sites of Lamanai or Altun Ha, and snorkel tours at Hol Chan Marine Reserve. Trips are also usually offered to Xunantunich, sometimes with a stop at the Belize Zoo, but this may take two hours driving time each way.

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