This family-friendly Belize City hotel is located by the sea, just steps from Tourism Village and Baron Bliss Lighthouse. Image Factory Art Foundation and Museum ...
Located 3.5 miles north of San Pedro Town on the island of Ambergris Caye, this luxury resort offers the utmost in waterfront relaxation, romance, and adventure ...
Located in the heart of Belize City, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Museum of Belize and Swing Bridge. Image Factory Art Foundation and Tourism Village ...
This Placencia resort is on the beach, 0.2 mi (0.3 km) from Maya Beach, and within 9 mi (15 km) of Placencia Beach and Jaguar Bowling Lanes. Anderson Lagoon ...
Sitting on the Caribbean coast of northern Central America, Belize is fast becoming recognized as a fabulous tourist destination with some amazing sights to discover. You can explore the ancient Maya ruins, perhaps snorkel the clear waters, or for the more adventurous, why not dive the second longest barrier reef in the world? There are hundreds of offshore caves that make for a terrific adventure and wildlife conservation is really huge in Belize with many sanctuaries and nature reserves throughout. Add to this the gorgeous white sandy beaches and idyllic little islands close by and you have one very special location.
The tropical climate of Belize means that weather is changeable with wet and dry seasons as well as significant differences from north to south. Proximity to the coastal areas plays a part too with temperatures further inland. The best time to visit would be between February and April, but humidity levels particularly away from the sea can be quite high. Catch the harbor regatta every March in Belize City to celebrate Baron Bliss, one of the country's greatest benefactors. The Costa Maya Festival is a five-day celebration each August with pageants, parades, and an abundance of dancing, singing, and general over-indulgence.
Travel over to the Cayo district and be dazzled at the brilliant colors of the Green Hills Butterfly Ranch.
Rent a car and head to the Community Baboon Sanctuary to observe how they preserve the habitat for the Black Howler Monkey population.
Visit the Rio Bravo Conservation Area and see how many of the 350 species of birds you can identify.
Try the fish menu at the open-air Bird's Isle restaurant in Belize City and watch the pelicans swimming in the ocean waters alongside.
Check out the Barrel Bar on the lagoon side of the attractive town of San Pedro and enjoy cheap cocktails while watching the best sunsets in Belize.
Have a walk around Ambergris Island or hire a bicycle and explore the excellent landscape of this sleepy isle.
Visit the ancient Maya ruins of Lamanai in the north where archaeological work still continues to uncover lost treasures of this fascinating culture.
Watching the manually operated swing bridge of Belize City turn to allow tall boats along the river is an extraordinary sight.
Take a water taxi to the small coral island of Caye Caulker and relax in the laidback atmosphere of this fabulous setting.
See the staggering crystalized ceramics, stoneware, and even human remains in Actun Tunichil Muknal cave in Tipir Mountain Nature Reserve.
Dive down the Great Blue Hole for some breathtaking underwater scenery including some amazing limestone stalactite formations.
Have a walk around Belize Zoo, regarded as one of the finest in all of the Americas.
Enjoy a day out at the Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary containing many of Belize's endangered jaguars.
Take a tour of the Maya ruins of Xunantunich with temples and palaces above the Mopan River right on the border with Guatemala.
Climb up to the Vaca Plateau nearly 1700 feet above sea level to Caracol and see the largest Maya pyramid still standing in Belize.
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