9 Tips For Visiting Belize

With over a third of the country set aside as a park or nature preserve and hundreds of offshore islands, Belize is a land of stunning natural beauty with lots to do and see. Below are 9 handy tips for making the most of your Belize vacation: 1 - When to Visit Belize Belize has […]

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Where to Go in Belize

If you do an online search for Belize, you're likely to come across astoundingly beautiful photographs of the beaches, islands, and atolls that have made places like Placencia, Caye Caulker, and Ambergris Caye world-class destinations for fishing, sailing, snorkeling, and scuba diving. But some of Belize's most beautiful treasures are found on the mainland, including […]

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Travel in Belize: The Top 30 Things to See & Do

Top Things to See & Do In Belize Although Belize is a small country, it is packed full of exciting adventure destinations. Visitors can swim across a pool to enter the ATM Cave where ancient Maya priests once performed human sacrifices, explore the ruins of Cahal Pech, once home to an elite royal Maya family […]

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The Ancient Maya Civilization

The Maya Of Belize 15 Amazing Facts about the Mayan Civilization in Belize With fabulous pyramids and amazing stone cities built in the heart of the jungle, the Maya civilization flourished for hundreds of years before European explorers reached the Western Hemisphere. Some of the most amazing Maya ruins and formerly "lost" cities can be […]

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Belize Vacations – Visit the Beach, Jungle or Both‎

Although Belize is a small Caribbean country, it offers visitors an incredibly large variety of things to do and see. As the Central American nation with the lowest population density, Belize's biggest attraction is its astonishingly beautiful and pristine nature, including both lush jungles on the mainland and stunning offshore islands nestled among the world's […]

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Skip Tulum and Cancún This Winter and Travel to Belize Instead

GQ Magazine, a leading purveyor of the latest trends in culture, travel, and fashion, announced that Belize is now their go-to destination in the Caribbean. In their November 2018 edition, GQ recommended skipping Mexican beach resort towns like Tulum and Cancún in favor of Belize. Belize is located immediately south of Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula and […]

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Jacques Cousteau’s Grandson to Map Depths of the Belize Blue Hole

In 1971, the legendary French marine biologist Jacques Cousteau and his ship the Calypso sailed to Belize, then a remote British colony, in order to explore the reef, the second-largest on the planet. Cousteau used video cameras and special underwater cameras that his team developed to provide the first modern records of the Belize Blue Hole. After […]

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Weather in Belize in November

November heralds the opening of the "high season" for international travelers coming to Belize, and it's easy to see why. Long, sunny days with plenty of delicious warmth combined with pleasantly cool evenings make November a superb time to visit this magnificent country. There aren't any seasons, per se, in Belize, just two different periods […]

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Salt: Mover and shaker in ancient Maya society

A team led by Professor Heather McKillop of Lousiana State University (LSU) has just discovered conclusive proof that the ancient Maya were producing, storing, and trading vast quantities of salt. The LSU archeological team began excavating the Paynes Creek area in southeastern Belize in 2004. Now submerged by brackish seawater, the site was once on […]

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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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Mennonites in Belize

Belize is known for its stunning beaches and coral reefs as well as for its vibrant culture, jungles, wildlife and more. While these are all popular features of Belize that draw tourists to the area, the country is also home to many different cultures such as the Mennonites. The Mennonites initially began relocating to the area in […]

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10 Incredible Photos of Caracol Maya Ruins in Belize

Caracol is the largest known Maya Ruin in Belize The largest Maya city ever excavated in Belize, Caracol is a huge site that features majestic temples that modern visitors can climb to enjoy a spectacular view of the surrounding Chiquibul forest reserve. Still an active archeological site, Caracol has revealed many of its treasures but […]

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