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10 Experiences You Can Only Have in Belize

Belize is a fascinating country with a wide variety of interesting destinations for every kind of traveler. Located just a few short hours’ flying time from the United States, Belize…

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Aguacate Lagoon Belize

Aguacate Lagoon in Belize

Aguacate Lagoon Belize The Aguacate Lagoon is one of the best birding and wildlife spotting areas in western Belize and is located just down the road from the Mennonite village…

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Belize scores big on TripAdvisor Awards

Belize continues to establish itself as one of the most sought after tourist destinations in the region, capturing four spaces in several categories in the Traveler’s Choice Awards from world…

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Top 5 Eco Attractions in Belize

Belize is rapidly becoming one of the premier eco-tourism destinations in the region. Mixing a gorgeous Caribbean coastline and hundreds of offshore islands with a diverse landscape of mountains, wetlands,…

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The Placencia Casino & Sports Bar in Southern Belize

 The Placencia Casino & Sports Bar Located just south of the Placencia Hotel nine miles northeast of the Placencia Village, the Placencia Casino and Sports bar offers world-class entertainment in…

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Placencia Sidewalk Arts & Music Festival

Updated: January 13, 2017. 4: 28 a.m. CST. Come join us in Placencia for the 14th Annual Placencia Sidewalk Art Festival and enjoy Belizean culture through a variety of mediums Every year, the…

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7 + Reasons to Visit Glover’s Reef Atoll in Belize

Glover’s Reef Belize Belize has hundreds of offshore islands that follow the contours of the Belize Barrier Reef, part of the second-largest barrier reef system in the world. Composed of…

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Horseback Riding in Belize

Horseback Riding Tours in Belize One of the best ways to explore the natural beauty of Belize is on horseback. Far from the bustle of roadways and noisy towns, small…

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Cuello Mayan Ruins in Belize

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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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 beautiful natural locations in the country and a diverse marine habitat…

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Learn How to Play the Garifuna Drums with the Locals in Belize

Starting approximately 400 years ago, enslaved Africans were brought to work on the plantations of the Caribbean Islands. Over time, the new arrivals intermarried with local Caribbean islanders to form…

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Waterfall Rappelling and Zipline Adventure at Bocawina Rainforest

Located in Belize’s southeastern Stann Creek District, the Mayflower Bocawina Park is 7,000 acres of pristine tropical evergreen forest. A gorgeous natural paradise, the park is home to exciting adventures…

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The Drums of our Fathers Monument

Designed by local sculptor Steve Okeke, the Drums of Our Fathers monument is a visual masterpiece that showcases the importance of drumming and music to the Garifuna culture. The monument…

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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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Hiking in Belize

With more than 30% of its territory set aside for nature reserves and national parks, it’s no wonder that Belize is a popular hiking destination. Why You Have to Go…

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Pen Cayetano Studio Gallery

Pen Cayetano is one of Belize’s most prominent and popular living musicians. Along with his wife Ingrid, Pen Cayetano has produced a rich tapestry of music and visual artwork. 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 intermarried with local Arawak and Carib people. After engaging in several…

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Mopan River Tubing Adventure – A Must Do Tour in Belize

With most organized tour groups picking up participants in San Ignacio Town, the Mopan River tubing adventure begins in either Bullet Tree Falls Village or San Jose Succotz Village. One…

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Garifuna Settlement Day

Nearly 400 years ago, the British began importing slaves from Africa to plantations on Caribbean islands like St. Vincent. Over time, these African peoples began to intermarry with local Arawak…

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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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Celebrate St. George’s Caye Day in Belize

In 1798, it wasn’t clear whether Spain or Britain would ultimately gain full control over the area now known as Belize. A large naval battle was held in the waters…

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Thousand Foot Falls: A Majestic Waterfall to visit in Belize

Located deep within a nature reserve in western Belize, Thousand Foot Falls is the highest waterfall in all of Central America. A swift river descends over a granite cliff to…

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Bacalar Chico National Park & Marine Reserve

The Bacalar Chico Marine and Wildlife Reserve is a UNESCO World Heritage Site centered on the northern part of the island of Ambergris Caye in Belize. Measuring more than 12,600…

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Canoeing on the Macal River

The rainforests of western Belize gently filter and purify rainwater which flows downstream from the Maya Mountains to the meandering Macal River. A beautiful natural setting teeming with birds, amphibians,…

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Manatee Tours in Belize

Belize has the most manatees of any country in Central America. These playful and gentle creatures can be found in the waters just offshore from Belize City, locations like the…

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Snorkel Hol Chan Marine Reserve and Shark Ray Alley

Located just a few miles south of the town of San Pedro on Ambergris Caye, the Hol Chan Marine Reserve is a large protected marine environment famous for its rich…

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Sail Down the Coast of Belize with Raggamuffin Tours

Few experiences in Belize can compare to a delightful sail down the coast. Departing from the lovely Caye Caulker, passengers will get to experience the best of the beautiful coral…

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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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Visiting Tikal from Belize

A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979, Tikal is one of the most iconic and impressive Maya ruins in the world. Located in the department of El Peten in northern…

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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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Gales Point Village in the Belize District

Easily visible on a map as a long finger stretching out from the mainland, Gales Point Village is one of the most beautiful spots in Belize. The local Creole villagers…

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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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Half Moon Caye Natural Monument: This is Birding and Diving Heaven

As atolls go, Half Moon Caye National Monument is the furthest from Belize’s mainland and while it’s tiny, it has been given a very long name. In fact, this caye’s…

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Visit Punta Gorda On Your Belize Vacation

Punta Gorda Town, commonly referred to by locals as “PG” or “PGT”, is the capital and largest municipality in Belize’s southern Toledo District. Although the name of the town comes…

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Corozal Town: A Scenic and Peaceful Destination in Belize

Corozal is a charming town of approximately 10,000 people located in the far north of Belize just across the border from Mexico. Popular due to its beautiful setting on the…

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Inside the Great Blue Hole of Belize

An almost perfectly circular sinkhole measuring 300 meters across, the Great Blue Hole is one of the most popular and special sites for diving in the Belize Barrier Reef. Formed…

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International Costa Maya Festival – A Week of Culture and Festivities

First conceived as a celebration of the wider Maya world with participants from Belize, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua and Mexico in 1992, the festival has since blossomed to become one…

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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 one of the more popular thanks to its close location to…

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The Museum of Belize

Built more than 150 years ago by the British colonial government to house prisoners, the facility in central Belize City was closed down by the newly-independent government of Belize in…

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Get Your Pirate on at Glovers Reef Atoll

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 your shoulder—to fully experience…

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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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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 for one special tree with a unique bent that grows here…

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How About a Shout-out for Belize’s Community Baboon Sanctuary?

If you’d like to meet Belize’s most enigmatic primates, plan to spend time at the nation’s Community Baboon Sanctuary. These animals aren’t actually baboons, so it’s anyone’s guess how they…

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Kids Will Go Wild Over Belize’s Green Iguana Conservation Project

Who says you have to take the kids to expensive 3D films to see what life on Earth looked like millions of years ago? Save the cash and use it…

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Cerros Ruins: See the Longest-Occupied Mayan Site in Belize

To the untrained eye, the Cerros Mayan compound may look like every other ancient Belize ruin, but don’t let first impressions deceive you. Cerros is a unique gem of a…

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St. John’s Cathedral – The Oldest Church in Belize City, Belize

St. John’s Cathedral Located in the heart of Belize City, St. John’s Cathedral is one of the few physical legacies of the long period as a British colony. Built in…

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Why You Have to Visit Placencia Belize on Your Vacation

Placencia Belize Described by locals as “barefoot perfect”, Placencia is a small 16-mile long narrow peninsula in southeastern Belize with gorgeous beaches on the Caribbean side and a lovely mangrove-lined…

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Marie Sharp’s Factory Tour

Marie Sharp’s Habanero Pepper Sauce Sauces are an important part of Central American cuisine and no sauce better epitomizes Belize more than Marie Sharp’s Habanero Pepper Sauce. The flavorful habanero…

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Why You Have to Visit Hopkins Belize on Your Vacation

Often ranked as the friendliest village in Belize, Hopkins is in the center of the Garifuna culture, a unique people with both African and Caribbean roots who migrated to the…

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Explore Caye Caulker, where the island’s motto is “Go-Slow”

  Caye Caulker Belize Measuring just five miles north and south and less than a mile across, Caye Caulker is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Belize. Less…

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Explore the Cayes of Belize on a stand-up paddleboard

If you stay current on hot recreation trends, you may already know that Stand Up Paddleboarding (SUP) has become North America’s favorite new aquatic sport. This thrilling adventure isn’t just…

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South Water Caye, an incredible island in Southern Belize

Because of the freshwater sources in the center of this small island, fisherman used to stop off at South Water Caye to replenish their supplies. Approximately 15 acres in size,…

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Scuba Dive & Snorkel with Whale Sharks in Belize

Few diving or snorkeling experiences can compare to coming up close with whale sharks, the largest fish species on the planet. Although these creatures are truly enormous, they feed on…

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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 big name that means “The Big Hat,” and it’s well worth…

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Lubaantun: Put the Largest Mayan Complex in Belize on Your Must-see List!

If you believe that size matters, a trip to Lubaantun, a one-of-a-kind ruin in Southern Belize that has the distinction of having unique architectural and construction features, should top your…

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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 the name of a Russian saint was bestowed upon St. Herman’s…

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Seeking an Unspoiled Belize Paradise? Visit 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 know that the word “mosaic” keeps popping up when travel writers…

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Belize’s Laughing Bird Caye: Find Tranquility on this Tiny Atoll

  If a Belizean tells you that Laughing Bird Caye is for the birds, it’s okay to believe him. This little isle situated within an azure lagoon is a popular…

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Chocolate Festival of Belize

The Toledo Cacao Festival In Southern Belize Wanting to showcase the superior quality of their local cacao, various chocolate manufacturers and cacao farmers in the Toledo District of Belize gathered…

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Belize’s National Agriculture and Trade Show

The National Agriculture and Trade Show Originating in 1970 as a traditional display of livestock and agricultural products, the National Agriculture and Trade Show (NATS) quickly became known as a…

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Cave tubing in Belize

Nothing Compares to Cave Tubing at Nohoch Che’en Caves Branch Reserve Imagine settling into an oversized rubber inner tube and floating down a river without a care in the world–until…

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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 is matched only by the diverse cultures found within this popular…

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Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary

As Wild as it Gets: Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary It’s a jungle out there but you won’t mind going wild when you check out the Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary (CBWS),…

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Monkey River Tour

Want to see Howler Monkeys in Belize? We’ve Got Your Destination! An abundance of visitors come to Belize to see wildlife in a nation so sparsely populated, mile upon mile…

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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…

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The Holy Saturday Cross Country Cycling Classic

For more than 80 years, Belize has celebrated the day before Easter Sunday with a popular cross country bicycle race. Originally designed to encourage local Belizeans to brave bumpy roads…

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Che Chem Ha Cave: A Wonderland of Mystery and Artifacts

  One visitor called Che Chem Ha Cave the antithesis of Barton Creek where one ambles into a cavern that’s free of physical challenges! On the other hand, a visit…

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La Ruta Maya Belize River Challenge

La Ruta Maya Belize River Challenge The biggest sporting event in Belize, La Ruta Maya Belize River Challenging is a grueling 180-mile canoe race down the Macal River. The race…

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Caracol Mayan Ruins in Belize

Caracol Mayan Ruins

  Experience the Grandeur of Caracol, Belize’s Largest Ruin Mayans settling Caracol in several waves bestowed two names upon the community: “Three Water Hill” and then “Three Hills Lord,” though…

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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 of the richest wildlife areas in Belize, so if you’re eager…

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Is this Ruin Destined to be the First Peace Park on Earth?

  Is this Ruin Destined to be the First Peace Park on Earth? Even travelers who have seen Greek ruins, the Pyramids and Rome’s Colosseum are impressed by the sheer…

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Fiesta de Carnaval

Every year during the week before Lent, the town of San Pedro on the island of Ambergris Caye explodes with ecstatic demonstrations of singing, dancing, parades, flour fighting, and even…

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Xunantunich Mayan Ruins

Updated: August 2, 2016 Xunantunich Maya Ruins – “Maiden of the Rock” The name of this ancient Mayan ruin is a tongue twister, but to indigenous peoples who made this…

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Rio Frio Cave in the Mountain Pine Ridge

Rio Frio: Even if Caves Don’t Interest You, You’ll Love this One! If you’ve read harrowing tales of Belize tourists trying to squeeze their bodies in and out of tight…

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Barton Creek Cave

  Belize’s most beautiful and unusual cave destination Belize’s cave network is extensive and varied, so whether you’re eager to peek into a world of prehistoric panoramas, want to take…

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Big Rock Waterfalls

Belize: Home to the Highest Waterfall in Central America When a waterfall is as famous as Belize’s Big Rock, the name doesn’t always stick. No matter what you call it,…

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Mountain Pine Ridge

  Mountain Pine Ridge: One of Belize’s Biggest Secrets Would you like to experience nature as it was before the industrial world began plundering forests and paving the earth with…

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Cahal Pech Mayan Ruins

  Cahal Pech Mayan Ruins: So Close, You Can Walk Here! The contrast between yesterday and today is remarkable: One can literally stroll between lively, modern San Ignacio Town to…

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Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave (ATM Cave)

6 Things You Should Know Before You Tour Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave Even to the untrained eye, a peek inside a cave that was once home to an ancient civilization…

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