Belize is what you get when the descendants of Mayans, the descendants of Africans and immigrant Europeans meet on the exotic and verdant Yucatan Peninsula. It’s a gumbo travel experience.
Archaeologists estimate, at their peak, 1-2 million Mayans lived within the country’s borders.
Ancient Mayan ruins are a Meso-American archaeological site abound in the northern Orange Walk District.
Offshore islands offer the best beaches, seaside restaurants& bars and dive shops equipment rentals.
Up the New River, you’ll see amazing flora and fauna that includes Morelet’s crocodile and iguanas.
Arguably the most celebrated Belizean event each year is Fiesta de Carnaval.
Excluding the waterfront area, the least fun place to visit is just outside downtown.