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5 Incredible Images of Xunantunich Maya Ruins in San Ignacio Belize

5 Incredible Images of Xunantunich Maya Ruins in San Ignacio Belize

Xunantunich in Maya means “Stone Woman” or “Maiden of the Rock” and is an impressive and magnificent archaeological site that...
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Money and Foreign Currency Advice for Travelers in Belize

Money and Foreign Currency Advice for Travelers in Belize

The local currency in Belize is known as the Belize Dollar. Often abbreviated as either BZD or BZ$, the currency...
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13 Reasons That Will Urge You To Vacation in Belize

13 Reasons That Will Urge You To Vacation in Belize

Vacation in Belize in 2019/2020 Here’s Why Belize Deserves To Be On Top Of Your Travel Bucket List One of...
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10 Reasons to Tour Actun Tunichil Muknal (ATM) Cave in Belize Now

10 Reasons to Tour Actun Tunichil Muknal (ATM) Cave in Belize Now

Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave (ATM Cave)  in Cayo District, Belize Every cave in Belize is unique--even among the variety of...
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The Languages of Belize

Belize has a small population of approximately 360,000 people, but the country is a true melting pot of different cultures, heritages, and languages. Here are the different languages spoken in Belize: English Belize was the only British colony in the region, and today, the official language in the country remains English. All laws, signs, and […]

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How Safe Is Belize?

Travel advice and advisories for Belize While no country can ever guarantee you that nothing will go wrong, Belize is generally a very safe country for visitors. The country is very rural in aspect, and even the largest municipality (Belize City) has only 70,000 inhabitants. If you're considering visiting Belize, here's everything you need to […]

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Top 5 Things to See & Do in San Ignacio Cayo

A list of our 5 favorite things to see and do in San Ignacio Belize Ask any traveler who visits western Belize what are the five most popular tours in the area and they will say The ATM Cave, Cahal Pech Maya Ruins, Xunantunich, the Mountain Pine Ridge and Barton Creek Cave. These five tours […]

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5 Terrific Reasons to Visit Belize in October

Wondering where to go this October? Why not consider Belize, a country that is just a few hours away from major airports in North America and also a destination that is becoming known as the adventure capital in the Caribbean due to the many things that travelers can see and do. Scuba diving, snorkeling, hiking, […]

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Belize Jungle and Beach Vacations – The Best of Belize

Although Belize is small on area, it's big on things to do and benefits of visiting. As one of the most affordable vacation countries in the Caribbean, Belize offers a myriad of attractions and a largely English-speaking populace to make foreign visitors feel at home. The geography is full of amazing sights like pristine beaches, […]

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Five Top Places in Belize Where Expats are Moving

There are a lot of reasons you might want to be in Belize right now… For a tiny little country (only about the size of Massachusetts), it has much to offer, especially when it comes to scenery. Turquoise waters and white, silky sand beaches… Fertile farmland… Rolling hillsides dotted with pine forests… Amazing Maya ruins… […]

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The Big Cats of Belize

Of the five native species of big cats prowling the Belizean jungle, it is the elusive and magnificent jaguar that everyone touring Belize wants to see. It is only a very lucky few who have actually seen any of these beautiful feline predators in the wild. Jaguar – - – Felis onca coati One of […]

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El Pilar, a Great Maya Site to Visit in Belize

The ancient Maya ruins of El Pilar are some of the most magnificent in the country. Spread out across 120 acres (48 hectares), El Pilar lies just east of the border with Guatemala, situated some seven miles (12 km) north of San Ignacio. The original name of El Pilar is unknown and the current name […]

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