Top Belize Stories You May Have Missed This Week

The Belize Hub Team shares with you the top Belize stories that are making headlines on the Internet for this week.

Into the great blue: The waters off Belize are a marine playground

I’m floating 70 kilometres offshore in the Great Blue Hole, a 125-metre deep sinkhole in Lighthouse Reef. And although aerial photos show a circular sapphire set in turquoise, it’s high tide, so it feels like we’re swimming in an oversized infinity pool.

215 Years of Garifuna presence in Belize

Garifuna communities across Belize as well as those overseas marked a milestone on Saturday, November 19th in celebrating an enduring movement that has grown from a local celebration birthed in Dangriga in 1941 led by Garifuna icon Thomas Vincent Ramos to a cross-border celebration which serves to connect people even outside the Garifuna culture.

Belize’s Extreme Adventure

“Fishing” for a tarantula – using a twig to tease it out of the hole in the ground it calls home – is cool by me, at least after I pull the thick sleeve of my rain jacket over my hand. But I draw the line at holding the scorpion spider that my guide, Alex Guzman, offers me.

New, Highly-Anticipated Destination Opens in Belize: Harvest Caye

Belize is one of the hottest Caribbean destinations, and now, cruise travelers have a new port of call to explore the best of Belize.  Harvest Caye is an island a mile offshore mainland Belize, developed by Norwegian in collaboration with Belize. The development preserves and improves the native eco-system, uses indigenous, responsible hardwoods in the buildings, and is creating 500 direct and 1500 indirect jobs for the local economy.

Reefs and Rainforests and Ruins, Oh My! See them all in 2017

Many people believe that R&R stands for rest and relaxation and we won’t argue with them, but in Belize, we take our Rs one step further by boasting about the lushest, most impressive Reef, Rainforests and Ruins in the Caribbean–many of which are located along Belize’s 180 miles of coastline.

Why You Really Should Visit Belize in January

When the weather outside is cold and icy everywhere else, a tropical paradise awaits you in Belize! January is one of the most enjoyable months to visit Belize, where the days are warm and sunny, and the nights are cool and refreshing. Here are 5 reasons why you should escape the winter up north and warm up in Belize this January.

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February 23, 2018

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...
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February 22, 2018

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...
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February 22, 2018

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...
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February 22, 2018

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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February 22, 2018

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...
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February 22, 2018

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:...
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February 21, 2018

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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February 20, 2018

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:...
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February 20, 2018

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...
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