Bliss out in Belize: 7 reasons why now’s the time
Just the mere mention of “Belize” conjures up scenes reminiscent a 1980s soft drink commercial: visions of swaying in a hammock over a beach of white sand, as an orange sun sits heavy on the horizon above slowly moving turquoise water. However, while the Belize beach life undoubtedly lures travellers the world over, the country also consists of large, relatively untouched swaths of jungle vegetation, ancient Mayan ruins and, above all, friendly, easygoing people who’ll roll out the welcome mat for those that visit.
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From its tropical rain forests, to its remnants of ancient Mayan cities and burial sites, diverse flora and fauna and near never-ending white-sanded beaches it is little wonder that the small, eclectic and undoubtedly beautiful country of Belize is fast becoming one of the most popular travel destinations.
Here are seven reasons why Belize has to be the next stamp in your passport.