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Private Tailor-Made Journeys In BELIZE

Private Tailor-Made Journeys In Belize – Could you be loved? Belize’s answer to Bob Marley is yes. Reggae and the barefoot lifestyle rule this pocket-sized English-speaking nation, creating an ambience more-precisely Caribbean than Central American. Long the haunt of pirates, its modern treasures include wide sandy beaches, turquoise waters and the second-biggest coral reef in the world. Paradise does have its flaws. Belize still struggles to recover its image from smugglers and street crime. Yet most find it open to respectful newcomers and to be decidedly laid-back. Over a half million visitors flock here yearly – but be assured that most arrive via cruise ship and sail off just as quickly, leaving the rest for you.

Best time to visit in Belize

January to June (when there is less rain)

Best time to visit in Belize

January to June (when there is less rain)

Places to visit in Belize

  • Northern Cayes, the world’s second-largest coral reef.
  • Black howler monkeys at the Community Baboon Sanctuary.
  • Caracol, a vast Mayan city whose population once rivalled today’s Belize, now tucked into matted jungle.
  • A rousing cricket match in the MCC grounds of Belize City.
  • Belmopan, the world’s smallest capital city.

Places to visit in Belize

  • Northern Cayes , the world’s second-largest coral reef.
  • Black howler monkeys at the Community Baboon Sanctuary.
  • Caracol , a vast Mayan city whose population once rivalled today’s Belize , now tucked into matted jungle.
  • A rousing cricket match in the MCC grounds of Belize City.
  • Belmopan , the world’s smallest capital city.

Top things to do in Belize

  • Groove to live Punta rock, which fuses Garifuna drum beats, soca and reggae.
  • Sail the cayes with rod and flippers ready.
  • Explore the narrow passages of Barton Creek Cave amid archaeological remnants.
  • Snorkel the warm Caribbean waters with sharks and sea horses.
  • Look for Big Bird – the 5ft-tall jaberoo stork common to Crooked Tree Lagoon.

Top things to do in Belize

  • Groove to live Punta rock , which fuses Garifuna drum beats , soca and reggae.
  • Sail the cayes with rod and flippers ready.
  • Explore the narrow passages of Barton Creek Cave amid archaeological remnants.
  • Snorkel the warm Caribbean waters with sharks and sea horses.
  • Look for Big Bird – the 5ft-tall jaberoo stork common to Crooked Tree Lagoon.

Discover Belize

  • Read The Last Flight of the Scarlet Macaw, Bruce Barcott’s account of one activist making a difference in Belize.
  • Listen to the Garifuna rhythms, culture and politics of Andy Palacio’s Til Da Mawnin.
  • Watch Harrison Ford face jungle fever in The Mosquito Coast, filmed in the Belize interior (though the setting is neighbouring Honduras).
  • Eat the Belizean menu staples of rice and beans, perfect with a dash of Marie Sharp’s famous hot sauce.
  • Drink the sweet water of green coconuts split open by machete, traditional cashew wine at the Cashew Festival in Crooked Tree.

Discover Belize

  • Read The Last Flight of the Scarlet Macaw, Bruce Barcott’s account of one activist making a difference in Belize.
  • Listen to the Garifuna rhythms , culture and politics of Andy Palacio’s Til Da Mawnin.
  • Watch Harrison Ford face jungle fever in The Mosquito Coast , filmed in the Belize interior (though the setting is neighbouring Honduras).
  • Eat the Belizean menu staples of rice and beans , perfect with a dash of Marie Sharp’s famous hot sauce.
  • Drink the sweet water of green coconuts split open by machete , traditional cashew wine at the Cashew Festival in Crooked Tree.

Belize Highlights

Mayan ruins, beach resorts, reef diving, reefers

Belize Highlights

Mayan ruins , beach resorts , reef diving , reefers

One word for Belize Tourism

Arright? (Are you alright? – the ubiquitous greeting)

One word for Belize Tourism

Arright? (Are you alright? – the ubiquitous greeting)
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