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Tikal from Belize

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

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Waterfall Rappelling and Zipline Adventure at Bocawina Rainforest

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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Come join us in Placencia for the 16th Annual Placencia Sidewalk Art Festival and enjoy Belizean culture through a variety of mediums...

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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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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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November may mean cold winds and wintry weather in North America, but balmy temperatures and sunny skies in Belize...

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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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Vacation in Belize in 2019 Reading blogs, marveling at amazing photographs, and seeing immersive videos of travelers in Belize...

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Many visitors arrive in Belize completely unsure what to expect from the local cuisine. But Belize is a melting...

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Johnny Cakes Are A Favorite Belizean Breakfast The name can be somewhat misleading as it often leads people to...

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If you make a list of reasons to visit Belize with the kids in 2019, you can remove the...

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Live & Kicking Sports Bars in Belize

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

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Benque Viejo del Carmen in Belize

Widely known simply as “Benque” to locals, Benque Viejo del Carmen is the westernmost population center in Belize. Situated...

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Nearly 400 years ago, the British began importing slaves from Africa to plantations on Caribbean islands like St. Vincent....

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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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belize for spring break

Located just a quick hours by air from the United States, the gorgeous tropical nation of Belize is a...

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About Belize Belize Travel to Belize

14 Ways to Experience Belize

If you’re in search of a vacation spot that combines world-class beaches, a glorious natural landscape amid a mighty...

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Thanksgiving in Belize

Thanksgiving in Belize When Thanksgiving arrives in the U.S., everyone gives thanks for pilgrims arriving safely at Massachusetts’ Plymouth...

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George Price Highway

The George Price Highway is one of Belize’s three major thoroughfares. Beginning in Belize City, it runs to points...

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The forming of the landmass of our planet after Pangaea has been nothing short of remarkable. Plate shifting is...

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About the same size as the state of Vermont with less than half of its inhabitants, Belize is a...

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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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Why Visit Belize in March 2019 With fantastic weather, Belize in March is at the top of tourist season,...

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Belizean Food and Beverages

Belizean Food and Beverages Don’t read this article on an empty stomach. There’s a chance you will head for...

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5 Fantastic Belize Escapes for People Who Hate Winter

When the short days and cold nights have got you down, the best cure is a vacation in the...

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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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Gulisi Garifuna Museum in Dangriga

The Garifuna are a unique culture that formed some 400 years ago when African slaves imported into the Caribbean...

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As atolls go, Half Moon Caye National Monument is the furthest from Belize’s mainland and while it’s tiny, it...

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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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Things to do in Placencia Belize

In Belize, Easter celebrations take place over the entire weekend. The four-day Easter festivities include everything from athletic events...

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victoria house belize

When Queen Elizabeth II made an official visit to Belize in 1994, had she not been offered a government...

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Xunantunich

Xunantunich Maya Ruins – “Maiden of the Rock” The name of this ancient Mayan ruin is a tongue twister,...

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

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Beautiful Places In Belize

Beautiful Places In Belize #1 The Great Blue Hole of Belize #2 Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave or the ATM...

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Cuello Mayan Ruins in Belize

The Mayan archaeological site of Cuello Cuello is an ancient Maya site located in Belize’s northern Orange Walk District....

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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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The Bacalar Chico Marine and Wildlife Reserve is a UNESCO World Heritage Site centered on the northern part of...

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We see you sitting beneath two blankets. A Caribbean trip isn’t on your radar because you’re frightened of “high...

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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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Starting approximately 400 years ago, enslaved Africans were brought to work on the plantations of the Caribbean Islands. Over...

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Snake Cayes in Southern Belize Despite their ominous name, the Snake Cayes are amongst the most beautiful offshore islands...

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5 Ways to Chill in Placencia, Belize

Placencia Village There’s only one Paris. Unless you count Paris, Kentucky. And Rome isn’t always built in a day—especially...

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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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belize-islands

Belize is a country truly blessed like no other with hundreds of picture-postcard islands nestled amidst the sparkling blue...

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Belize celebrates 37 years of Independence today! Long Live Belize!

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belize facts

Know before you travel to Belize Belize is the vacation destination of a lifetime waiting to happen. It is...

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Independence Day in Belize

September in Belize After several centuries as a British colony, Belize gained its independence from Great Britain on September...

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belize barrier reef system

The Belize Barrier Reef System is one of the natural wonders of the world. Declared a World Heritage Site...

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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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Belize in October

Visit Belize in October The leaves might be turning and the weather getting chilly in North America during the...

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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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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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Belize in September

September is an outstanding time to visit Belize as airlines offer competitive rates, resorts and lodges offer discounts, and...

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Sir Richard Branson, the freewheeling British business magnate known for his love of adventure, has announced that he will...

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With a sumptuous coastline, adventure sports galore, and rain forests teeming with animal and plant life, it’s no wonder...

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Rent a Bike or Scooter in Belize

If you’re looking for a cool and fun way to explore Belize, one of the best ways is by...

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living in belize

People are like shoes. They come in all shapes, sizes, colors, and styles. And one size never fits all....

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In 1798, it wasn’t clear whether Spain or Britain would ultimately gain full control over the area now known...

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If the following 10 reasons to retire in Belize don’t convince you to start making plans to move here,...

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yok ha

Ever considered staying on your own private island? Here are five amazing reasons you should definitely come to Yok...

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Placencia Village

The Placencia Peninsula in southeastern Belize is a popular visitor destination thanks to its gorgeous beaches and close proximity...

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Southern Belize remains undiscovered and untouched by many travelers who visit Belize. The South as it is known locally,...

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Private Island in Belize If you find beach resorts too crowded and need a respite from chattering heads, sand-kicking...

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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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All Inclusive Resorts in Belize

Located on the Central American Isthmus between Mexico and Guatemala, Belize has a long coastline along the Caribbean Sea....

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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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jan and feb in belize

When you’re asked to describe the most beautiful place on earth, are you tempted to invoke a cliché to...

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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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Belize is definitely a beautiful country, whether you’re scuba diving out on the reef or trekking through a pristine...

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Best Resorts in Belize Looking for Belize hotels? Here are the best resorts in Ambergris Caye, Cayo District, Hopkins...

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If you are interested in working in Belize, there are a couple of things you will need to get in...

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31 Reasons Living In Belize Spoils You For Life

1. Because of the Belize weather With its subtropical climate, the average temperature is 85 degrees. 2. Because of...

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Tour Companies in Belize Sponsored Post: One of the newest and most amazing tour companies in Belize is Untame...

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Belize: The New Retirement Capital of the Caribbean

How can you tell that an overseas destination has become so popular, it’s no longer referred to as a...

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With a balmy year-round climate, short flying distance from the United States, and favorable tax laws, more and more...

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No wonder you’re conflicted! Trying to figure out which places in Belize belong at the top of your must-see...

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placencia belize

Summer is right around the corner, which means it’s time to start planning your big vacation. Whether it’s herding...

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21 Reasons to Buy Real Estate in Belize

Belize real estate developers think more creatively than most, which is how beautifully-developed communities like Orchid Bay acquire their...

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Top Destination For Retirees

When looking to retire in style, you should consider Belize as it offers a host of benefits to the...

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Serpon Sugar Mill

The Serpon Sugar Mill is Belize’s very first designated historic site. Built in 1865, the Serpon Sugar Mill revolutionized...

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The Philip Goldson Highway is one of the three major thoroughfares in Belize. Connecting Belize City to points north,...

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Belize

What is the origin of the country name Belize? The simple truth is that no one is quite sure...

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What will it take to convince you that paradise awaits–that you’re just one “yes” away from living a dream...

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If you’re contemplating a move to the Caribbean, you may be surprised to learn that your move won’t cost...

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It’s been an awful winter and you deserve a break. A feet-in-the-sand, palm tree swaying, no stress holiday far...

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The Most Beautiful Ancient Mayan Temples to Visit in Belize From 2500 BCE to 1697 CE, Mesoamerica was home...

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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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Belize is probably not the number one location on your list of countries you must visit. It should be....

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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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Horseback Riding Tours in Belize One of the best ways to explore the natural beauty of Belize is on...

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hopkins belize

Hopkins Village is a cute and colorful beach front village in southern Belize known for its Garifuna population. A lot of...

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Aguacate Lagoon Belize

Aguacate Lagoon Belize The Aguacate Lagoon is one of the best birding and wildlife spotting areas in western Belize...

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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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Don’t Worry—Be Happy (and Healthy)—by Moving to Belize!

Are you seeking a happier, healthier life? If your pursuit of both haven’t yielded the result you long for,...

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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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Things to do in Placencia Belize

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

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Scuba Dive Turneffe Atoll in Belize

One of just three coral atolls located off the coast of Belize, Turneffe Atoll is one of the most...

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Every parent knows the secret to taking kids on vacation is finding a spot that’s so kid-friendly, they never...

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