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 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! […]

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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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9 Interesting Things about San Ignacio Belize

“Together with neighboring Santa Elena, on the east bank of the river, San Ignacio forms the chief population center of Cayo District. Staying here is generally the more economical option for travel in Cayo; furthermore, there is no shortage of tour operators who are willing to show you the attractions and activities in the surrounding […]

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What Should You Pack for a Trip to Belize?

Now that you've booked your trip and made your reservations, it's time to think about what to pack for your fabulous vacation in Belize. Before anything else, it's important to remember that you can pick up additional supplies once you're in Belize in case you forgot something. Belize may be a small country with plenty […]

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Top Things To Do in Belize

The Top 10 Things to Do in Belize

Travel in Belize: Top 10 Things to Do The Famous Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave in Belize What are the best things to do in Belize? That depends upon your willingness to take risks! Each of us develops unique tolerances for risk, so trying to craft a one-size-fits-all adventure tour menu isn’t easy. Thankfully, there are […]

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Barton Creek Cave

A Visit to Belize’s Barton Creek Cave

Barton Creek Cave is not only the largest river cave in Belize but also a popular tourist destination in the Cayo District of Belize. Join videographer Ben Mathes for a quick look at Barton Creek Cave, a Belizean cave known both as an archaeological site and tourist destination in the Cayo District. The short, but […]

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Belize Languages

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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10 Belizean Foods Every Traveler to Belize Must Taste

What’s Cooking? In Belize, Find Delicious Answers to That Question! Visit France and eat fois gras. While in the U.S., order at least one cheeseburger and find out why pasta is Italy’s number one dish. But Belize is both a figurative and literal melting pot when it comes to cuisine, which is why you can […]

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Instead of Going to Ambergris Caye, why not Visit Cayo District?

Instead of Going to Ambergris Caye, why not Visit Cayo District? Ambergris Caye is the biggest island in Belize and the most popular tourist destination. Unfortunately, Ambergris Caye has now become overcrowded, and prices are beginning to rise precipitously. Instead of battling crowds, why not visit the unspoiled beauty of Belize's western Cayo District? The […]

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Here’s Why You Should Explore Barton Creek Cave in Belize

Barton Creek Cave is a natural cave in Belize Barton Creek Cave is not only the largest river cave in Belize but also a popular tourist destination in the Cayo District. According to recent research, Barton Creek contains a wealth of information in understanding caves in Maya culture. The artifacts that were unearthed for example, […]

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25 Things You Didn’t Know About Belize

If you thought you knew everything there is to know about Belize, we’ve got surprises in store for you. This Caribbean destination has become the darling of travelers because the weather’s idyllic, it takes just a few hours to fly here, everyone speaks English, and you’d be hard pressed to find a more fascinating cultural […]

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Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary

Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary

Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary Famous for being the first jaguar preserve in the world, the Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary is an enormous trackless wilderness located in southeastern Belize. Measuring more than 150 square miles (400 square km) in size, the Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary begins on the eastern slopes of the Maya Mountain and descends […]

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Why You Should Visit Belize in June and July

Why visit Belize in June and July? Because you can! With plenty of sunny weather, gorgeous beaches, and some of the most fabulous food in the world, there's no better time to enjoy a vacation in Belize than June and July. Whether you're looking for exciting activities for the whole family or want to enjoy […]

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