Chetumal has 2 Bus Terminals. ADO Buses, uses there own Bus Terminal. Abot a have mule away, from the Nuevo Mercado Lázaro Cárdenas in Chetumal, there are regularly scheduled Belize buses make runs to Belize City with stops in the … Read more
Lamanai is the Maya word for “submerged crocodile.” The site’s name – “Lamanay” or “Lamayna” was recorded by Franciscan missionaries in the seventeenth century. It is one of the only sites retaining its original name and is among one of … Read more
This protected area was declared Belize’s first Ramsar site based on the wetland’s international significance especially for many migratory and non-migratory wetland bird species in 1998. Large numbers of wading birds flock into the lagoons during Belize’s dry season (February … Read more
The New River, also Rio Nuevo, is a river in northern Belize. As the longest river that is entirely confined to Belize, it drains primarily the eastern part of the Orange Walk District during its north-northeasterly course and empties into … Read more
The Rio Hondo is a river of Central America, approximately 150 km (93.2 mi) in length, which flows in a northeasterly direction to discharge into Chetumal Bay on the Caribbean Sea.