7 beautifully convincing reasons why Belize should be your next destination

Perched on the eastern coast of Central America, with beautiful Caribbean Sea shorelines to the east and dense lush jungle to the west, Belize’s is slowly rising through the ranks…

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Belize Tourism Arrivals Continue to Set Unprecedented Records

Belize City, Wednesday, 11th April 2018: The latest tourism statistics for the first quarter of 2018 indicate that Belize’s popularity as a must-visit destination in Central America continues to set…

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Want to go to Belize? What? Sure!

This was the actual conversation that started the journey for this green commercial pilot. Read more: https://airfactsjournal.com/2018/04/want-to-go-to-belize-what-sure/

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Four Seasons Announces New Island Resort in Belize

This spring, Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts announced plans for the development of Caye Chapel, a private island that’s right by the Unesco World Heritage barrier reef system off the…

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Why is Belize considered a Caribbean country?

Aside from geography as pointed out by Shaun, the more important reason for why we are considered a part of the Caribbean has to do with history. Read more: https://www.quora.com/Why-is-Belize-considered-a-Caribbean-country?redirected_qid=26399883

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Cayo Espanto, Private Island Resort in Belize Offers One Free Day In Paradise

Celebrating 20 years of providing an unforgettable experience for every guest,  Cayo Espanto, the private island resort that has redefined bare-foot luxury travel, is offering guests an incentive to extend…

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10 unforgettable things to do in the “forgotten” district of Toledo, Belize

There are 5 major Maya sites in the Toledo district and many others that remain unexcavated. Read more: https://www.tropicair.com/10-unforgettable-things-to-do-in-the-forgotten-district-of-toledo-belize/

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12 Things to Know When You Cruise to Belize

Excited about your cruise to Belize? Well, you should be. Belize cruise port is a growing attraction among cruise-goers with over 200 ships now visiting this small Caribbean country yearly….

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16 Reasons to Dive The Cayes of Southern Belize

Ever since learning how to scuba dive I’ve naturally combined it with my interest in photography to record what I experience underwater. Read more: https://artofscubadiving.com/belize-barrier-reef/

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Belize Tourism Board Enhances Beaches at Caye Caulker and Punta Negra Villages

In this light, BTB has enhanced the beaches to create an encouraging and relaxing environment to promote picnics and family activities that will allow destinations to offer a more relaxing…

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Belize Hotel Association showcases its new Belize Map at Tradeshows

The new BHA map was a joint effort between Cubola Productions, Anthony Hunt and the Belize Hotel Association team. Read more: https://www.ambergristoday.com/news/2018/03/29/belize-hotel-association-showcases-its-new-belize-map-tradeshows

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The Longest Holiday of the Year

While some enjoy spring break, in Belize we celebrate Easter. With a large portion of the population belonging to a Christian denomination, holy week is the longest holiday of the…

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12 Things to do in Harvest Caye, Belize

If your cruise ship is sailing to the Norwegian Cruise Line private island just off the coast of Belize then you’ll need to everything there is to do. Read more:…

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Four Seasons plans luxury resort in Belize

Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has unveiled plans for the development of Caye Chapel, a private island in Belize featuring magnificent oceanfront estates, private residences and overwater bungalows. Read more:…

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Belize returns to the Miss Universe Pageant in 2018 under a new organization

When asked about his role in finding the next Miss Universe Belize Mr. Escobar stated, “I am extremely excited to take on this new venture and grateful to be working…

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Planning a trip to the Caribbean? Check out Belize, it’s a paradise of luxury travellers

Belize has everything: great beaches, an abundance of watersports activities, crowd-pleasing land excursions, and rich cultural and culinary traditions. Read more: https://www.hindustantimes.com/travel/planning-a-trip-to-the-caribbean-check-out-belize-it-s-a-paradise-of-luxury-travellers/story-VZt1bXdK122pLoR7OoiKMN.html

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Belize Is Not Just for Backpackers Any More

The hiker’s haven is getting a serious injection of luxury—and yes, there will be overwater bungalows. Read more: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-03-19/belize-is-the-best-central-american-vacation-spot-right-now?utm_source=google&utm_medium=bd&cmpId=google

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Taming the lionfish: celebrating the contribution of our volunteers in Belize

At the European Coral Reef Symposium in Oxford in December 2017, we shared positive lessons learnt on the benefits that volunteers can bring to marine conservation, using our efforts to…

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Real Estate Trend Report: 3 Beaches Overseas Poised to Boom in 2018—Internationalliving.com

A new report from InternationalLiving.com pinpoints three beaches south of the U.S. that are poised to boom in 2018. Read more: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2018/03/prweb15310401.htm

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Why Cave Divers Say Belize’s Underwater Paradise Is Worth the Risk

Safety is key for scuba divers—and cave diving is scuba without an easy escape route. What, then, is driving so many people to dive deeper in Belize?   Read more: https://www.afar.com/magazine/why-cave-divers-say-belizes-underwater-paradise-is-worth-the-risk

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Belize Is Expanding Its Marine Protected Areas in a Big Way

The government of Belize will expand its network of no-take zones, a type of marine protected area, from three percent to over 10 percent by the end of 2018. Read…

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Marriott Expanding to Belize

Marriott is adding Belize to its Caribbean portfolio. Marriott’s Autograph Collection is partnering with developer Andrew Ashcroft on a new property in Belize: Alaia. Read more: https://www.caribjournal.com/2018/03/07/marriott-expanding-belize/#

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Belize Tourism Board Launches Sister Reef Project to Benefit World Wildlife Fund

Tiny Country Partners with Global Conservation Organization to Help Coral Reefs Worldwide. Read more: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/belize-tourism-board-launches-sister-reef-project-to-benefit-world-wildlife-fund-300607081.html

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Belize, US Team Up to Protect Ancient Maya Artifacts

Government representatives from the United States and Belize are teaming up to help protect cultural heritage artifacts from Belize. Read more: https://www.travelpulse.com/news/destinations/belize-us-team-up-to-protect-ancient-

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How to Spend a Few Perfect Days in Belize

Formerly the colony known as British Honduras, Belize is the only country in Central America where English is the official language. Read more: https://www.architecturaldigest.com/story/belize-design-travel-guide

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What to Know Before Traveling to Belize

The small nation of Belize is a fascinating mixture of Caribbean and Central American cultures with plenty to see and do. Read more: http://www.trazeetravel.com/tips/know-traveling-belize.php

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How to Go to Belize Using Credit Card Rewards

Did you know that it’s simple to craft a great Belize vacation on points and miles? If you’ve been wanting to explore ancient ruins or snorkel the impressive Belize Barrier…

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Found: A New Species of Shark

For decades, scientists thought that all bigeye sixgill sharks, named for their distinct number of gills (most sharks only have five), belonged to the same species, Hexanchus nakamurai. Read more:…

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7 English-speaking and picture-perfect spots for retirement

Don’t put the kibosh on your dreams of a beachside retirement in an exotic locale. Retiring to a foreign country doesn’t have to require learning a new language. Read more:…

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This Is What Everyone Is Doing For Spring Break This Year—and We’re Fully On Board With It

When it comes to vacation, are you Team Beach-Chair-and-Chill or Team Adventure? Read more: https://www.coastalliving.com/travel/spring-break-travel-trend-2018

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Caye Caulker Becoming a Top Tourist Destination in Belize

Caye Caulker is changing. There are lots of new things going on, but life on the island still runs at the “Go Slow” pace it is so famous for. Read…

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Eco-tourism in Belize & Caves Branch Jungle Lodge

Tourism has come a long way since Thomas Cook first began printing railway timetables over a century ago. Read more: https://www.cavesbranch.com/belize-adventure-travel-blog/post/articleid/302/eco-tourism-in-belize

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Ft. Lauderdale to Belize City $179 Round-Trip, Nonstop on Southwest, April & May

Fly nonstop from Fort Lauderdale to Belize City for $179 round-trip on Southwest. Read more: https://www.airfarewatchdog.com/blog/44250411/ft-lauderdale-to-belize-nonstop-on-southwest-april-may/

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Teds Travel – The wonders of Belize

Teds Travels – The wonders of Belize Anyone who doesn’t know about Belize finds the travel destination fascinating. Read more: http://asia.etbtravelnews.global/344788/teds-travels-the-wonders-of-belize/

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Belize contributes to ‘Dollar for the Caribbean Relief Fund’

BELIZE CITY, Belize (CMC) — The Belize Tourism Board (BTB) has collaborated with tourism industry stakeholders in raising US$59,934 as part of the ‘Dollar for the Caribbean Relief Fund’ campaign…

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Caribbean surpasses 30 million mark, a major victory in spite of hurricanes

BARBADOS — Despite the catastrophic hurricanes that pummelled several islands last September, the Caribbean has reached a new benchmark, surpassing 30 million tourist visits for the first time ever. Read…

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Los Angeles to Belize from $391 R/T [United/COPA]

Information is valid at time of publication. So sometimes you may not find the price mentioned in the post (ex. after several days of the original posting date). It means…

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Beaches, Mayan Ruins and Casinos: How Can Belize Use Different Types of Tourism for Economic Boost?

When you think of the reasons that draw tourists to Belize, you’re naturally likely to think straigh taway of the stunning year-round weather, the incredible Mayan ruins, and the fact…

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Belize: Reef, Rainforests, and Ruins

Belize is the perfect place for a little R & R, reef and rainforest, and if that’s not enough, you can even visit ancient Mayan ruins. Read more: http://www.wcvb.com/article/belize-reef-rainforests-and-ruins/18138790

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Belikin launches limited edition of artisan beer bottles

Belikin, the beer of Belize, officially launched its Limited Edition beer bottles on Friday, February 9th at Naia Resort and Spa in Placencia, Stann Creek District. Read more: https://www.sanpedrosun.com/arts-culture/2018/02/14/belikin-launches-limited-edition-artisan-beer-bottles/

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Belize: Un-Belize-able

It’s Anthony Everett’s turn to escape the New England winter. His destination: Belize, a tourist destination known for the largest barrier reef in the Western Hemisphere. Read more: http://www.wcvb.com/article/belize-un-belize-able/18120584

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Turneffe Island Resort Offers Romantic Travel Deal

Up Your Valentine’s Day Game with a Romantic Adventure Getaway Off the Coast of Belize Last minute vacation package deal from Turneffe Island Resort offers guest a romantic getaway with…

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A Guide to Caye Caulker – Belize

Caye Caulker is a tiny little island off the coast of Belize in Central America. Read more: https://betweenenglandandiowa.com/2018/02/14/things-to-do-in-caye-caulker/

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How to Rent Your Own Private Island in Belize

It’s not as expensive as you think. Ever dream of having a Caribbean island all to yourself? Of escaping to your own tropical paradise with nothing but white sand and…

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Miami to Belize for $68 O/W ($198 R/T) nonstop [AA]

Information is valid at time of publication. So sometimes you may not find the price mentioned in the post (ex. after several days of the original posting date). Read more:…

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Vacation resort in Belize the place clothes is ‘optionally available’

A resort is providing the prospect to get pleasure from a getaway on a ‘naughty island’ off the coast of Belize the place clothes is ‘optionally available’. Read more: https://writingforacademies.com/2018/02/12/holiday-resort-in-belize-where-clothing-is-optional/

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Annual Reef Swim from Goff’s Caye to English Caye!

World Wildlife Fund along with Belize Coastal Zone Management Authority & Institute, Belize Coast Guard, Belize National Triathlon, Sea Scouts, Powerade, Healthy Reefs Initiative, and Belize Port Authority are hosting…

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Belize becomes a world leader in ocean protection by ending oil activity in its waters

Tourism brings in around US$182 to $237m a year, so the health of the reef – Belize’s biggest attraction – is vital to the country’s future. WWF and Oceana welcome…

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Top 6 Places For ‘Easy’ Retirement Overseas

An increasing number of Americans are making the leap, according to a report by the Associated Press. Between 2010 and 2015, the number of U.S. workers retiring abroad grew 17…

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AdChoices Belize: The Best Caribbean Hotspots for Active Travel

Belize is small in size yet vast in beauty, with tropical forests, coral reefs and rich Mayan culture. Read more: https://www.msn.com/en-ca/travel/tripideas/belize-the-best-caribbean-hotspots-for-active-travel/ss-BBIPrc1?li=AAggpOh

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From Mayan Ball to Cricket: How Has Belize’s Sports and Gaming Landscape Developed?

Belize has a serious passion for sports and gaming. It may not sit at the top of any sporting world rankings, but this doesn’t detract from the importance of the…

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Excellent Adventures: Belize with Ben Johnston

Belize is a country on the eastern coast of Central America, bordered by Mexico, Guatemala, and the Caribbean Sea. Read more: https://bather.com/blogs/journal/excellent-adventures-belize

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Journey to Belize: Tikal Part 2

This post continues the retelling of my recent trip to Belize: participating in an archaeology field school and learning about jaguar conservation. Read more: https://thejaguarandallies.com/2018/02/07/journey-to-belize-tikal-part-2/

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Moving Your Family to Belize: What You Need to Know

Belize is quickly becoming a popular expat destination, thanks to the promise of a higher quality of life for a lower cost of living. Read more: http://www.escapeartist.com/blog/moving-family-belize-need-know/

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Book a Belize All-inclusive Vacation From Calgary, Canada

If you live in or near Calgary, Canada, you can now enjoy a fantastic vacation in Belize. Starting on November 3, 2017, WestJet now flies non-stop from the Calgary Airport…

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Where Are Expats In Belize Living And Why?

District by district, expats in Belize talk about their new homes and why they live where they do. Read more: https://www.centralamerica.com/living/expat-stories/expats-in-belize-talk-about-their-homes/

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Belize – CCCCC secures GCF funding to develop renewable energy project for Belize

The Carribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC) is celebrating the Carribean’s first project preparation facility (PPF) grant with the approval last week, of US $694,000 by the Green Climate Fund…

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Incredible luxury bungalow in Belize sits on the ocean waters and has a glass floor so you can watch the sealife below

Belize has everything you could want for a dream holiday with its picture-perfect beaches, crystal clear ocean waters, breathtaking landscapes and beautiful resorts. Read more: https://www.mirror.co.uk/travel/central-south-america/incredible-luxury-overwater-bungalow-belize-11983795

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Mountain Bike Adventure to be filmed in Belize

A mountain bike adventure will be filmed by European Nature Trust in hopes of advocating the protection of the rich diversity of wildlife in Belize. The biking adventure will be…

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Coconut Oil – Flavoring Belizean Cuisine

Coconut oil is as synonymous to Belizean Cuisine as the tropical sea is to the Caribbean. While we surely enjoy every aspect of the coconut – its refreshingly sweet water,…

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6 Great Places to Retire Where it’s Easy to Fit In

When planning your retirement overseas, many factors come into play. Low costs, real estate, and healthcare are some of the main concerns…but what about being able to mix well with…

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My Belize Bus Adventure: San Ignacio to Placencia

Getting around Belize can be quite expensive.  For a 3 hour shuttle ride from San Ignacio to Placencia, we were quoted $200 USD ($400 BZD, but in Belize, expensive items…

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Voluntourism in Belize

Vacationing in Belize can be fun-filled and loaded with so many activities and tours of attractions. For those who are also interested in giving back to the places you visit…

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Planting a seed to shape the future of agri-business in Belize

For over 185 students in Belize’s Corozal District, an opportunity to test their green thumbs is creating a great deal of excitement.  A new state-of-the-art greenhouse constructed at the Escuela…

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Things to Know Before Traveling to Belize

Belize is growing in popularity as one of the most appealing places to visit, live, and even retire abroad to. It offers Mayan ruins, colorful towns, relaxing beaches, the Blue…

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Best Travel Hot Spots for an Adventure Seeker

Go deep underground, wading in crystal clear blue water while exploring the infamous Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave near San Ignacio. This sacred cave is said to be an entry to…

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BTB’s key performance indicators show continued growth in the Tourism Industry

As one of the leading industries, Belize’s Tourism Industry continues to grow, exhibiting record-breaking figures for 2017. According to the Belize Tourism Industry (BTB), overnight tourism arrivals registered 10.8% increase…

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A Conversation with Belize’s Foreign Minister

In this week’s “Ask the Ambassador,” I get to ask the questions instead of answer them. I had an opportunity to sit down with Belize’s Foreign Minister, Wilfred Elrington, at…

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Experts discover hidden ancient Maya structures in Guatemala

GUATEMALA CITY (AFP) – Experts using an aerial high-tech laser scanner have discovered thousands of ancient Maya structures hidden under the thick jungle of northern Guatemala, officials said on Thursday…

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Un-Belize-able Adventure

Belize has lots to brag about besides being one of the most gorgeous countries to travel to. Its home to the world’s second largest barrier reef, the most massive ocean…

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Belize with Mayan history

A couple of months ago, a team of archaeologists at the University of California, San Diego, United States, had found a unique remnant in an archaeological site of Nim Li…

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Belize: The country of natural wonders

When people think of tropical vacations, they probably think of the Bahamas, the Virgin Islands, or possibly even Mexico. Perhaps, you should look a little further south to the small…

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Top 4 Places for Expats to Live in Belize

Relocating to a new country can be daunting, especially if you aren’t sure where the best and worst places to resettle actually are. Read more: http://www.escapeartist.com/blog/top-4-places-expats-live-belize/

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Tour ATM with Tropic Air

Belize is fortunate to possess some spectacular and diverse wonders of nature. From the world famous Blue Hole, to hundreds of coral rimmed Cayes, to Maya sites scattered across large…

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Birds In Paradise: A Birder’s Guide to Belize

It’s no secret: Belize is one of the world’s premier destinations for wildlife viewing. Here at Ka’ana, in the country’s western jungles, guests have prime access to some of Belize’s…

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Mayan Roots Grow Deep in Belize

Appearing more than 3,500 years ago in the Yucatan Peninsula of what is now Mexico, the ancient Maya civilization soon spread throughout all of Central America. Read more: https://www.adventuresinbelize.com/blog/view-post/belize-maya-history

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No Bar Code: Sean Kuylen shares his passion for Belize Cuisine at TEDx Belmopan – My Beautiful Belize

Don’t let Belize Cuisine be defined by Rice and Beans, stewed chicken, potato salad, fried plantains and a side of lime juice. Belize cuisine is much more varied…and top Belizean…

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4 Life Lessons I Learned While Traveling to Belize…Solo

In late December of 2017, I embarked on one of the most memorable journeys of my life. Earlier in the year, I thought about traveling somewhere during the December holidays….

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Best Places to Snorkel in Belize

Central America is a playground for travelers looking for sun, sand, parties, and nature. There are many destinations to fulfill this dream vacation and Belize is definitely at the top…

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What do Ohio and Belize have in common?

Knowledge imparted second-hand—through books, say, or photographs displayed in airports—is inferior to knowledge that is imparted directly, through experience in the living world. Read more: http://www.everygoddamnday.com/2018/01/what-does-

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Is Belize All Inclusive?

Is Belize an all inclusive destination? Some resorts would like you to think that…In our expert opinion, we wouldn’t consider Belize to be an all inclusive destination. While many resorts…

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Using FBA Book Arbitrage To Fund Your Dream Life In Belize

How To Earn $10,000 Per Month Working Part Time In Cayo, Belize “So, Tony, here you are retired in Belize,” I began… “If you don’t mind my asking, what do…

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Discovering true joy in an impoverished Belize village

For senior Daniela Sirio, the most important thing about her recent mission trip to Belize is what she and the other students do with the experience now that they are…

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Belize’s ATM cave tour: Where adventure meets Mayan sacrifices

I don’t usually start my day by jumping into a fast-flowing river with all my clothes on, but then again I don’t typically swim through a pitch-black cave to see…

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Protecting a Caribbean wonder from disappearing in Belize

Off the coast of the Central American nation Belize, it is one of the world’s great treasures. Just below the surface, a magnificent coral reef spans the entire length of…

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LGBT Friendly Hotel Review: Lucky Dreamer Lodge, Belize

If your bucket list includes spending the night in a treehouse, we found your spot. When we partnered with GlampingHub, we were instantly obsessed with finding the perfect treehouse lodge…

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The Do’s and Dont’s of Buying Real Estate in Belize

For many of us in the Northern Hemisphere, the allure of tropical climates can be enticing, especially in these winter months. Read more: https://torontoism.com/travel/2018/01/buying-real-estate-in-belize

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Security of Buying Real Estate in Belize

We are always asked why Belize Real Estate is a fasten investment than in added countries. It is quite easy to get your hands on to by proverb that unlike…

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Government of Belize Endorses “SMART” Technology for Conservation Law Enforcement

SMART has been developed in response to the recognition that traditional tools, technologies, and resources are not stemming the illegal killing and trading of endangered species and the resulting loss…

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Take Your 2018 Family Vacation in Belize

Family vacations are a great time to bond and get away from the stresses and distractions of modern life, and one of the best places to unplug, unwind, and enjoy…

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The Mayans valued chocolate so much they worshipped a chocolate goddess.

When you grind your own chocolate, you’ve earned every bite. At least that’s my perspective after a day learning to make chocolate like the ancient Mayans did in the rural…

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House sitting for 2.5 months in the Cayo District of Belize

About this assignment We are looking for a responsible and reliable house sitter to look after our house when we are away for 2.5 months. Although our travel dates are…

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Snorkeling on Belize’s great barrier reef – sharks, rays, eels and lots of fish!

SAN PEDRO, BELIZE — There they go! At least seven nurse sharks, some 10 feet long, trailed by a baby. There’s a giant Southern Ray moseying along, a school of…

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7 Reasons to Get Off the Grid in Belize

From snorkelling with barracudas to yoga at sunrise, leave reality behind and explore the hidden secrets of Belize Read more: https://www.bcliving.ca/7-Reasons-to-Get-Off-the-Grid-in-Belize-Central-America

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Deal Alert: US Cities to Belize from $199 Round-Trip

Want to see the latest flight deals as soon as they’re published? Follow The Points Guy on Facebook and Twitter, and subscribe to text message alerts from our deals feed,…

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Best Things To Do in Belize

Snorkel the Barrier Reef, summit a Mayan Temple, kayak in the Caribbean blues and marvel at the diversity of a tropical rainforest. Belize offers all this and more! Read more:…

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This Is the Most Private Island in the World, and You Can Rent It Right Now for Valentine’s Day

A glass of wine and a box of chocolates are great and all, but ever wish you could jetset somewhere super romantic for February 14? Read more: https://www.purewow.com/news/private-island-valentines-day-rental

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CA$334 flight deal to Belize City from Calgary

Deal availability Read more: https://alltheflightdeals.com/deal/32875

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Diving Trip to Belize: an underwater paradise!

Belize is a mecca for divers and with good reason: it’s a veritable underwater paradise! Not far from the coast is one of the largest coral reefs in the world!…

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Wanderlust: A rustbucket rocket-ride to the Belize airport

“The trip to Belize, initially, my flight got canceled and my best friend, Jade, was there by herself. I stayed in Albuquerque and flew out the next day. It was…

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