About Belize Hub: Your First Stop Before Booking Anything to Belize
Belize Hub quickly became an authority on Belize-focused communications after being launched in 2010. Since that time, in excess of one million visitors have come to depend upon us to help them navigate the nation’s tourism scene, though the role of Belize Hub has grown far greater over time.
Belize Hub enjoys the reputation of being all things to all people, appealing to travelers and Belizean tourism stakeholders alike. The Hub features informative blogs, timely news and community insights while serving as an online guide for anyone seeking answers to questions like, “What can I see, do, eat and experience while I’m here in Belize?”
As a respected Belizean curated website, Belize Hub is particularly delighted to assist members of the tourism industry. We act as a conduit and preferred resource for resorts, tour companies, hotels, real estate companies and other travel-related Belize businesses. We keep a finger on the national pulse, which has prompted site visitors to describe us as reliable, trustworthy, comprehensive and fresh. Our content advises, educates, informs and always endeavors to put a proper spin on late-Belize travel news.
We invite your interest in Belize Hub–particularly if you require media assistance to broadcast community news, business updates and organizational happenings that affect Belize’s diverse populace. If you wish to contribute to the development of the website, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org; for all other communications, use this address: email@example.com.
Who should read this site?
This site is for anyone who wants to visit, work, live in, learn about, or retire in Belize.
Below are some interesting facts about Belize:
- Full name: Belize
- Population: 356,000
- Capital: Belmopan
- Area: 22,965 sq km (8,867 sq miles)
- Major languages: English (official), Spanish, Mayan, Garifuna (Carib), Creole
- Major religion: Christianity
- Life expectancy: 75 years (men), 78 years (women) (UN)
- Monetary unit: 1 Belizean dollar = 100 cents
- Main exports: Sugar, bananas, citrus fruits, oil, clothing, fish products, molasses, wood
- GNI per capita: US$3,810 (World Bank, 2010)
- Internet domain: .bz
- International dialling code: +501