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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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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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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Traveling to Belize? Make Cayo your Destination

Traveling to the Caribbean in 2019? Make San Ignacio Belize your Destination Not every travel destination is so beloved and popular it is given a nickname that sticks, but San Ignacio Belize meets that criteria, so it’s known affectionately as simply “Cayo.” With a name this short, you might think there’s nothing to do here, […]

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The Mighty Sibun River in Belize

Photo credit: Astrum Helicopters The mighty Sibun River in Belize drains a large central portion of the country and starts in the Maya Mountains at approximately 800 meters above sea level. The river travels a little over 50 miles from source to mouth, and the many twists and turns translates into over 100 miles of […]

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7 Interesting Facts That You Need to Know About Belize

Fascinating Facts About Belize There are many interesting facts that have not been revealed about Belize to the world. In this blog post, we will share our top 7 interesting facts about our beautiful country: 1.) The largest city of Belize is located at the mouth of the river Belize River and is known as […]

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Vacation in Belize This Summer or Fall

Yes, You Can Afford to Vacation in Belize This Summer or Fall

You’re aching for a vacation, but your bank balance reads: “Maybe next year.” Did you know that you can afford a holiday that’s exotic and close? Make this the season you discover Belize! If you’re a frequent traveler, you know that seasonal rates can mean the difference between a nice vacation and a lavish one. […]

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13 Things You Will Only Find in Belize

#1 The ATM Cave which offers the most thrilling caving experiences in the world #2 The Best Fry Jacks on the planet #3 The most Stunning Blue Hole on earth #4 The best Garifuna Music #5 The best rice and beans #6 The most magnificent Maya Ruins #7 The most amazing cave tubing #8 The […]

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belize national bird

Belize’s National Bird – The Keel- Billed Toucan

The Keel-billed Toucan, known as the "bill bird"locally, is the national bird of Belize. The most obvious characteristic of the toucan is the huge yellow, orange, red, green and black bill. The toucan's bill is amazingly dextrous and allows the bird to feed on a variety of tropical forest fruits. The Keel-billed toucans are a […]

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La Ruta Maya Belize River Challenge

La Ruta Maya Belize River Challenge

Arguably one of the world's largest river racing traditions, La Ruta Maya is definitely one of the very toughest. This four-day long race runs dozens of canoe teams Eastward across Belize along the Macal and Belize Rivers into the busy port of Belize city. An Open River Racing Challenge This grueling race traces a harrowing […]

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Top 25 Things to Do in Belize

Things to do in Belize Will you soon be traveling to Belize? There are many wonderful things you can see and do when you get there, and 25 of them are listed below. 1. Maya City of Caracol The largest site in Belize at over 30 square miles is still growing due to new discoveries. […]

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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 […]

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November 19th: Garifuna Settlement Day

Happy Garifuna Settlement Day! Belize Garifuna Settlement Day Celebration 2015 Every year on November 19, Belize raises the yellow, white and black flag of the Garifuna population and celebrates this thriving culture, descendants of the numerous Black Caribs that first reached Belize in 1832. After being displaced following defeat by the British on the island […]

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Inside Toronto: Travel Trends of 2015 Include Belize

Insidetoronto.com, a popular travel site in Canada is stating that Belize is one of the newest must see destination of 2015. According to the article, Belize is a fantastic destination that saw a spike in travelers last year and offers breathtaking landscapes like Caracol Maya ruins for the historian, and the Great Blue Hole for […]

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Belize is World’s Best Learn-to-Dive Destination

Lonely Planet, one of the most respected publishers of travel information on the Internet has named Belize one of the world’s best places to learn to dive. “Dreaming of getting your dive ticket? With a combination of idyllic conditions and reputable dive outfits, we’ve narrowed down the top spots to get certified – from the […]

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