What to do in Belize in 10 days or less
One Week to 10 days in Belize – What to Do?
Belize is rapidly becoming one of the hottest travel destinations in Central America. This year alone, the New York Times and Lonely Planet have both included Belize in their top lists of places to visit in 2017. Visitors to Belize can take advantage of the growing number of non-stop flights connecting the Central American nation to the United States as Southwest has announced two new routes for 2017: Fort Lauderdale to Belize City scheduled to begin on June 4, 2017, and Denver to Belize City scheduled to begin on March 11, 2017.
One of the best ways to enjoy a longer vacation in Belize is with a comprehensive travel package from Island Expeditions. If you have 10 days or less to spend in the country, you should definitely consider one or both of these packages.
Available for either six nights or eight nights, this comprehensive package begins with an overnight stay at the Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary. From there, participants will travel over water to Lighthouse Reef, a tropical oasis located 55 miles offshore from the mainland. Lighthouse Reef is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that offers world-class snorkeling, scuba diving, and stand up paddling.
This package includes transportation to and from the airport, meals, and one night’s stay at the Belize Biltmore Hotel in Belize City.
This comprehensive 7 day/7 night package begins with an overnight stay at a luxury base camp on Southwest Caye, a 13-acre island situated on the Belize Barrier Reef. Participants will be lodged in tent-walled cabanas while enjoying a smorgasbord of fresh seafood, tropical fruit, and locally grown food.
The package includes the opportunity to kayak or stand up paddle (SUP – one of the fastest growing marine sports in Belize) through and around nearby tropical islands and gorgeous mangrove-lined lagoons. The tour concludes with a hike and river float through the rainforest of eastern Belize and exploring an ancient Maya cave. The final night of the tour includes a special access nocturnal viewing of indigenous animals at the Belize Zoo.
Island Expeditions was founded in 1986 when a trio of adventurers wanted to bring their love for Belize to visitors. After serving as veteran guides for years, Island Expeditions has succeeded in welcoming more than 20,000 visitors to the country. As a pioneer in the now popular trend of adventure travel in Belize, Island Expeditions is the name to trust when booking an exciting adventure vacation that will create memories to last a lifetime.