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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 is located outside San Ignacio in the Cayo District of Belize. About Xunantunich Maya Ruins The ruins of Xunantunich (the “Xu” is pronounced like “shoe”) is one of Belize’s most popular Maya sites. Located about […]

This Is What Urban Dictionary Thinks of Belize

#1 Belize -formerly known as British Honduras. -located in Central America -small independent country -belizeans speaks mostly CREOLE!! -coast of the carribean. -only Central American country without a coast on the Pacific Ocean -second largest barrier reef after the Great Barrier Reef -very hot and humid “I went to Belize over the summer and it […]

Christmas Traditions in Belize

Christmas in Belize Lasts Longer than Two Days You can shop, cook and wrap like crazy and enjoy two days of festivities at the end of December, or come to Belize where the entire month of December is one long holiday. We suggest finding one place to lodge during your visit—a festive destination like Cahal […]

13 Reasons That Will Urge You To Vacation in Belize

Vacation in Belize in 2018 Here’s Why Belize Deserves To Be On Top Of Your Travel Bucket List One of the world’s top travel destinations, Belize offers captivating and spectacular attractions and a potpourri of fun filled activities and adventure. Here are 13 reasons why you will want to spend your vacation in Belize this […]

10 Breathtakingly Beautiful Attractions in San Ignacio Belize

A trip to San Ignacio Belize would not be complete without planning a visit to each of these breathtakingly beautiful attractions. #1 Barton Creek Cave One of the largest river caves in Belize, Barton Creek Cave consists of giant passages covered with numerous large speleothems over a navigable river and these features of the cave […]

Lamanai Maya Ruins in Belize

One of Belize’s most popular Maya site to visit is Lamanai Maya Ruins. This site is one of Belize’s oldest ruins which date back to 1500 BC when maize was grown there until approximately 1680 AD. It’s located on 950 acres and is one of Belize’s largest archaeological centers. The name, Lamanai, means submerged insect. […]

Belize honeymoons: Ideas for Exploring the Rainforest, Ruins and Reef

Belize seems almost custom-tailored for romance. Just a short flight away from the United States and Canada, Belize is a beautiful, pristine country abounding with colorful birds, exotic wildlife, and perfumed orchids. As an English-speaking country, Belize makes it very easy to get around and speak to locals. A series of paved highways make no […]

Belize Snorkeling

Belize offers some of the Caribbean’s most beautiful landscapes both above and below its crystal waters. With a year-round tropical climate and ocean temperatures to match, Belize is renowned for its world-class snorkeling, which you can combine with relaxing on idyllic white beaches and sipping a delicious rum cocktail at the end of the day! […]

The Top Best Places to Visit in Belize

Belize has become one of the top travel destinations in the world because of its spectacular and intriguing attractions like the Great Barrier Reef, gigantic blue hole, white sandy beaches, numerous cayes and islands, pristine rainforests and jungles, abundant wildlife, eclectic and colorful cultures, and laid-back atmosphere. From scuba diving its warm and turquoise Caribbean […]

The Best Belize Resort to Stay in 2018

From the crystal clear waters of the Belize Barrier Reef to the lush interior of ancient rainforests teeming with exotic wildlife, Belize seems almost custom designed to offer travelers a “one-stop” destination with something for everyone. Whether you love relaxing on the beach, enjoy the thrill of diving and snorkeling, want to hike through deep […]