Belize Travel Blog

Is San Ignacio Belize Safe?

This district is so safe, backpacking and hitchhiking tourists keep coming back! Pick up a newspaper these days and it’s...
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Belize Removes Use of the Belize Travel Health App Prior to Arrival

The Belize Tourism Board (BTB) advises that the Government of Belize has taken a decision that travelers entering the country...
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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...
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Traveling to Belize? Make Cayo your Destination

Traveling to the Caribbean in 2021/2022? Make San Ignacio Belize your Destination Not every travel destination is so beloved and...
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Cave Tubing & Zip Lining – Two Popular Belize Adventures

With an impressively wild natural landscape teeming with exotic wildlife and gorgeous flowering plants, Belize is a fantastic place to enjoy outdoor adventures. If you are coming to Belize, here are two activities that you simply can't miss: Cave Tubing Perhaps no activity in Belize is as iconic as cave tubing. Belize is home to…

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5 Fun Things to Do in Belize this Summer 2021

Summertime is one of the best times to visit Belize, with beautiful weather, balmy evenings, endless activities and tours to partake in, and fewer crowds to deal with. Below are 5 fun things to do in Belize in the summer: Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave - You won't feel the heat when you explore the watery…

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Must See Mayan Ruins in San Ignacio Belize

5 Must-See Mayan Ruins In San Ignacio Belize

Situated in western Belize, San Ignacio is a popular vacation destination that offers visitors much to explore and enjoy. From its pristine rivers, cascading waterfalls and incredible exotic wildlife to its ancient Mayan ruins and ceremonial caves, you will find that there is something for everyone to enjoy in this area. One of the most…

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Belize: The Best Destination for Nature Lovers

Belize: Where Eco-tourism is Mecca for Nature Lovers! It’s an alarming trend, say scientists at the World Wildlife Fund (WWF). Almost 2/3rds of the global wildlife population has disappeared in the past 50 years, and “Latin America and the Caribbean were the most affected, with an average decline of 94-percent.” But not every nation is…

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The Best Belize Resort to Stay in 2021

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 the…

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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.…

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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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