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Jack Sheldon, an expert traveler from the United States who resides in England and runs Jack Flight Club –...

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La Milpa Mayan Ruins in Belize

Located in the north of the country in Belize’s Orange Walk District, La Milpa is is the third-largest Maya...

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Kaina Martinez Belize

Belize’s most decorated female sprinter, Kaina Martinez, an 11-time All-American track athlete, 2-time NCAA Champion, Olympian, and Central American and...

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Few nations make it as easy for retirees to find, finance and buy a home as the country of...

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retire in belize

With longer life spans and improved health care, it’s no surprise that many people start planning their retirement years...

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Visiting Tikal from Belize A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979, Tikal is one of the most iconic and...

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Belizean band, Verge of Umbra, stands apart from its contemporaries not only in the country or in the region,...

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Currently officially known as the Shipstern Conservation and Management Area, Shipstern is a large area of land of 21,500...

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Easily visible on a map as a long finger stretching out from the mainland, Gales Point Village is one...

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A tiny island measuring just 5 acres in size and easily traversable on foot in 10 minutes or less,...

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13 Reasons Why You Should Never, Ever Bring Your Kids to Belize!

As a parent, you’re zealous about monitoring what your kids see and do in today’s crazy world; it’s your...

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Rio. Cabo. Cayo. Does it sometimes seem that Central and South American hot spots all end with the letter...

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If you dislike crowds but you’re fascinated by everything Belize has to offer, make Orange Walk District—and especially Orange...

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Punta Gorda Town, commonly referred to by locals as “PG” or “PGT”, is the capital and largest municipality in...

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corozal belize

Corozal is a charming town of approximately 10,000 people located in the far north of Belize just across the...

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As of June 4, 2017, Southwest Airlines, the world’s largest low-cost air carrier, has begun flying its new non-stop...

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First conceived as a celebration of the wider Maya world with participants from Belize, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua and...

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Located just a few hours’ flying time from the United States, the small nation of Belize in Central America...

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Goff's Caye: A Stunning Island off The Coast of Belize City

In Belize, all of the offshore islands are referred to as cayes (pronounced “keys”) and Goff’s Caye is definitely...

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By Giulianna Tonti: We’ve touched down! Safely and soundly, I now found myself in my mother land, Belize. After walking directly...

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Photo by Belize Audubon Society As atolls go, Half Moon Caye National Monument is the furthest from Belize’s mainland...

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Built more than 150 years ago by the British colonial government to house prisoners, the facility in central Belize...

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Located in the far north of the country in Belize’s Corozal District, Sarteneja is officially the country’s largest village...

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St. John's Cathedral in Belize

St. John’s Cathedral Located in the heart of Belize City, St. John’s Cathedral is one of the few physical...

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Top 15 Resorts, Lodges & Hotels in Cayo Belize

Top Belize Hotels & Resorts in Cayo Over the years, Cayo has been dubbed as the Eco tourism Capital...

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belize beach resorts

Belize is one of the last unspoiled places on the planet and is rapidly growing in popularity as a...

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“The Placencia” The Luxurious Future of Belize Living Your First Step In Living The Dream! The Placencia is the...

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Visit Hopkins Belize

Often ranked as the friendliest village in Belize, Hopkins is in the center of the Garifuna culture, a unique...

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Photo by Chabil Mar Placencia Belize Described by locals as “barefoot perfect”, Placencia is a small 16-mile long narrow...

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Marie Sharp’s Habanero Pepper Sauce Sauces are an important part of Central American cuisine and no sauce better epitomizes...

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Belize in July

July is one of the best months to enjoy a vacation in Belize. With fewer crowds and most resorts...

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San Ignacio is the heart and soul of the Cayo District Originally a small village of logging camps and...

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Caye Caulker Belize Measuring just five miles north and south and less than a mile across, Caye Caulker is...

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Glover's Reef Atoll

(Photo by Islands Expeditions) It’s okay to channel your inner child when compiling your Belize itinerary, but pirate hats...

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(Photo by Islands Expeditions) If you’re like most North Americans getting ready for a tropical paradise escape, deciding what...

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Because of the freshwater sources in the center of this small island, fisherman used to stop off at South...

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Belize whale sharks Few diving or snorkeling experiences can compare to coming up close with whale sharks, the largest...

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If you’d like to meet Belize’s most enigmatic primates, plan to spend time at the nation’s Community Baboon Sanctuary....

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Belize Green Iguana Conservation Project

Who says you have to take the kids to expensive 3D films to see what life on Earth looked...

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silk cayes in Belize

Belize may be known for lively towns and villages where tourists and ex-pats revel in fun, but it’s the...

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Cerros Maya Ruins Belize

To the untrained eye, the Cerros Mayan compound may look like every other ancient Belize ruin, but don’t let...

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Belize in August

August is a Great Month to Visit Belize Unlike the scorching temperatures found in most of the United States,...

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Things To Do With Your Kids in Belize

Photo by: Chabil Mar in Placencia Belize Belize With Kids Situated in Central America, the beautiful country of Belize...

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Dangriga Belize

If you love culture and not crowds then Dangriga is the place you have to visit. Located at the...

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June is a great month to visit Belize Slightly cooler and with better breezes than the months of April...

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Why Visit Belize in May | The Best Times to Visit Belize

May is a great month to visit Belize May is a great month to visit Belize because numerous resorts,...

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Lubaantun

If you believe that size matters, a trip to Lubaantun, a one-of-a-kind ruin in Southern Belize that has the...

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Nim Li Punit Mayan Ruins

Hats Off to Nim Li Punit Mayan Ruins Belize’s Nim Li Punit is a little Mayan ruin with a...

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If you make a list of reasons to visit Belize with the kids in 2017, you can remove the...

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St. Herman's Blue Hole National Park

One of Belize’s most fascinating characteristics is an exotic mix of cultures and peoples, but it’s anyone’s guess how...

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Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary

If you’ve an interest in visiting Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary in Belize and you’ve done your homework, you likely...

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Belize’s Laughing Bird Caye

If a Belizean tells you that Laughing Bird Caye is for the birds, it’s okay to believe him. This...

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Nothing Compares to Cave Tubing at Nohoch Che’en Caves Branch Reserve Imagine settling into an oversized rubber inner tube...

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Mayflower Bocawina National Park

Mayflower Bocawina National Park: Belize’s Very Own Eden Not all parks are created equal—particularly in Belize where natural diversity...

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A trip to Belize can be an exciting adventure: dive, sail, tour ancient Mayan ruins and partake of the...

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Cashew Festival & Agricultural Show in Belize

Located in the northwest corner of Belize District in central Belize is the tiny village of Crooked Tree, named...

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Your Travel Guide to Dangriga Belize

Dangriga Belize Belize is a country rich in culture, natural beauty and excitement. Dangriga in Southern Belize is filled...

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Canadian retirees, investors, and residents of Belize cheered the recent news from Air Canada that the world’s eighth-largest airline...

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Located on the banks of the Macal River, the market in San Ignacio is a truly unique opportunity to...

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Want to see Howler Monkeys in Belize? We’ve Got Your Destination! An abundance of visitors come to Belize to...

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A proud member of the CARICOM family of nations, Belize is a beautiful gem of a country. Nestled just...

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Private Islands in Belize Belize has hundreds of islands that dot its coastline and many of them are underrated...

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About Belize Belize Tours

Altun Ha Mayan Ruins

Altun Ha Mayan Ruins: Where the Rich and Famous Once Lived Altun Ha–Mayan for “Rockstone Pond”—is situated amid one...

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chechem-ha-cave belize

One visitor called Che Chem Ha Cave the antithesis of Barton Creek where one ambles into a cavern that’s...

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What Kind of Beer is in Belize? When you think of Belize, you think of the beautiful tropical beaches,...

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Canadian travellers will now have easy access to the tropical paradise, Belize, through Air Canada’s new direct flights from Toronto....

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Beachfront Property in Belize Whether you’ve already visited Belize or just seen amazing photos on the internet, you know...

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10 Off-the-Beaten-Path Spots in Belize

10 Spots To Go Off The Beaten Path One of the most underrated gems of central America, Belize rarely...

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Updated: May 2, 2017 Xunantunich Maya Ruins – “Maiden of the Rock” The name of this ancient Mayan ruin is...

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Barton Creek Cave – Belize’s Most Beautiful and Unusual Cave Destination Belize’s cave network is extensive and varied, so...

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Turneffe Flats has long been recognized as one of Belize’s premier saltwater fly fishing, SCUBA diving and marine eco-tourism...

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Ancient Maya Ball Game

Ancient Maya Ball Game The Belize Ulamaztli team returned home victorious after participating in the 2017 Mesoamerican Ball Game...

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Belize: Home to the Highest Waterfall in Central America When a waterfall is as famous as Belize’s Big Rock,...

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Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave Even to the untrained eye, a peek inside a cave that was once home to...

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Butterfly Falls in Belize

Belize is a land of many gorgeous waterfalls, and one of the most pristine and beautiful is Butterfly Falls....

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Old Belize Adventure Cultural and Historical Center

 Old Belize Adventure Cultural and Historical Center Following a decisive naval victory over the Spanish in 1798, Belize has...

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Glover's Reef Atoll

With over 200 miles of coastline on the Caribbean Sea and hundreds of offshore islands, Belize is one of...

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As Wild as it Gets: Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary It’s a jungle out there but you won’t mind going...

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summer in belize

It’s no secret that Belize is a terrific and magical travel destination. A country rich in excitement, there are...

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Glover's Reef Atoll

Of Course You Can Experience Belize’s Top 17 Attractions in 2017! Make 2017 the year you give yourself the...

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Scuba Dive the Belize Blue Hole

Dive and Snorkel Belize’s Blue Hole An almost perfectly circular sinkhole measuring 300 meters across, the Great Blue Hole...

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Picture yourself as a child, standing in front of a bakery display case after being told to choose just...

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The Life of the Belizean Fisherman

A Documentary on Belizean Fishermen Follow Six Belizean Fisherfolk from different parts of the country as they seek out...

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Hokeb Ha Cave in southern Belize Also known by its English name “Blue Creek Cave,” Hokeb Ha Cave is...

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Pelican Reef Villas

If you’re a self-admitted MDS (Modern Day Skeptic), destination reviews loaded with superlatives may turn you off! But the...

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Expats in Belize With warm weather all year, abundant sunshine, delicious food, English as the national language, and attractive...

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In 1981, when Belize gained independence from Great Britain, the country was a little-known outpost of the former empire....

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Bandfest 2017 in Orange Walk Brightly colored costumes, soulful music, and amazing food were only a few of the...

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For more than 80 years, Belize has celebrated the day before Easter Sunday with a popular cross country bicycle...

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Santa Rita Maya Ruin in Corozal Santa Rita is a unique ancient Maya site because it survived the collapse...

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TripAdvisor Gives Top Ratings to San Ignacio and Ambergris Caye TripAdvisor, the world’s most popular travel website, has recently...

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Rio Blanco Waterfalls

Rio Blanco Falls is a very scenic series of waterfalls located inside the 500-acre Rio Blanco Falls Park in...

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Belize, A Top Retirement Destination More and more people are choosing to retire abroad. Whether it’s to maintain control...

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Belize Souvenirs Belize is a wonderful country full of exciting things to explore and see. At the end of...

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The National Agriculture and Trade Show 2017 Originating in 1970 as a traditional display of livestock and agricultural products,...

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Black Hole Drop Although the name of the Black Hole Drop implies dropping into a bottomless pit, the Black...

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Sittee River

Sittee River Village in Southern Belize The Sittee River is the name of both a river in central Belize...

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Belize Currency Devalued In a surprise move, the government of Belize has removed all currency protections that previously kept...

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Uxbenka Archaeological Site Uxbenka may be a difficult name to sound out but it is one of the most...

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Folk Tales of Belize One of the best ways to get to know a local culture is through their...

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