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Orange Walk: Avoid Crowds While Immersing Yourself in Belize’s Wonders

If you dislike crowds but you’re fascinated by everything Belize has to offer, make Orange Walk District—and especially Orange Walk Town—your next vacation spot. Just 57 miles from Belize City,…

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Cuello Mayan Ruins in Belize
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Cuello Mayan Ruins

The Mayan archaeological site of Cuello Cuello is an ancient Maya site located in Belize’s northern Orange Walk District. One of the oldest Maya sites ever discovered, archeologists believe that…

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Rio Bravo Conservation and Management Area

Measuring more than 360 square miles and comprising approximately 4% of Belize’s total land surface, the Rio Bravo Conservation and Management Area is the largest nature park. Rio Bravo is…

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Shipstern Nature & Wildlife Reserve

Currently officially known as the Shipstern Conservation and Management Area, Shipstern is a large area of land of 21,500 acres (8,700 ha) in Belize’s northern Corozal District. Although not contiguous…

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La Milpa Mayan Ruins in Belize
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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 ruin site in Belize. Although excavations continue and much of the…

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Silk Cayes: The Ultimate “Castaway” Experience

Belize may be known for lively towns and villages where tourists and ex-pats revel in fun, but it’s the solitary cayes situated along the coast that satisfy the sensibilities of…

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Butterfly Falls in Belize
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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. Located on privately-owned land inside of one of Belize’s biggest nature…

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Hokeb Ha or the Blue Creek Cave in Belize

Hokeb Ha Cave in southern Belize Also known by its English name “Blue Creek Cave,” Hokeb Ha Cave is located near the Maya village of Blue Creek in southern Belize….

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San Ignacio Market
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The San Ignacio Market

Located on the banks of the Macal River, the market in San Ignacio is a truly unique opportunity to experience Belizean life. Farmers, traders, and vendors from all walks of…

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Glover's Reef Atoll
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Get Your Pirate on at Glovers Reef Atoll

(Photo by Islands Expeditions) It’s okay to channel your inner child when compiling your Belize itinerary, but pirate hats and swords won’t be necessary—nor must you put a parrot on…

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Lamanai Mayan Ruins: The Crocodiles Don’t Bite at this Ancient Ceremonial Center

Visit Lamanai Maya Ruins on your vacation To understand how insightful the Mayans who built Lamanai were before the name Submerged Crocodile was bestowed upon this 958.5 acre spread by…

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St. George's Caye
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St. George’s Caye

Named after the patron saint of England, St. George’s Caye (pronounced “key”) is a small island located a few miles off the coast of Belize City. Although this tiny island…

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