Belize


Overlooking Rio On Pools, Belize

Overlooking the majestic Rio On Pools in Mountain Pine Ridge; credit Belize Tourism Board

Belize

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History
Archaeologists estimate that at their peak, 1 to 2 million Mayans lived within the borders of present day Belize. Maya cities such as Caracol, Xunantunich and Lamanai commanded the landscape, with small agricultural communities … More

Attractions
Ancient Mayan ruins are a Meso-American archaeological site abound. There was once a large Mayan city located in the north of Belize, in Orange Walk District. The ancient Jaguar Temple dates back to 625 AD … More

Beaches
The white sand beaches of the offshore islands offer seaside restaurants, beach bars and dive shops and equipment rental in the larger island communities such as San Pedro Town, Caye Caulker … More

Eco-Travel
Ride up the New River from Orange Walk to the Lamanai Maya temples. You’ll see amazing flora and fauna, that includes snail kites, jacana, morelet’s crocodile and iguanas … More

Festivals
If you time a visit for one Belizean event in a year, Fiesta de Carnaval might be the most culturally rewarding. It is certainly the most fun … More

Travel Tips
Major holidays in the Belize are New Year’s Day, Baron Bliss Day, Good Friday, Easter Monday, Labour Day, Commonwealth Day, St. George’s Cave Day, Independence Day, Columbus Day, Garifuna Settlement Day …
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