If you are a traveler who seeks adventures off the beaten path, then Belize is the place for you. Here, you can explore mystical Maya caves, wondrous aquatic habitats and lush national parks.
For travelers who seek out new flavors, Belize offers a one-of-a-kind culinary experience. There’s not just one delicious cuisine here, but many, reflecting our rich history and eclectic cultures.
Belize is the perfect destination for the traveler who seeks action and intrigue. Between the Great Blue Hole and the ancient Maya temple at Xunantunich, you’ll find caving, diving, hiking, zip-lining, jungles, exotic animals and much more.
Belizean culture (or kulcha) is a tapestry of beautiful languages, music, traditions and food. It is a unique culture that is made up of many different cultural influences—Maya, Mestizo, Garifuna, Creole, Mennonite and more.
Some of Belize’s favorite attractions and activities are found in our warm waters beyond the coast. There, you can find snorkeling, diving, sailing and fishing—all within and around the largest reef in the Northern Hemisphere.
The ancient history of Belize is a mystery that we continue to unearth. Sites like Lamanai, Xunantunich and Caracol tell us the stories of lost cities and their fascinating inhabitants spanning back thousands of years.
Wild at Heart
There’s a reason why Belize has attracted animal lovers from around the globe, from famed marine biologists to amateur bird watchers. Here, you can interact with all types of exotic animals at various sanctuaries, zoos, national parks and marine reserves.
Those seeking quiet and relaxation will have no trouble discovering it in Belize. Whether you want a spa retreat on the beach or yoga in the shadows of an ancient Maya temple, you can focus on your mind, body and soul here.
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Need some help planning your trip? A Belize Travel Agent Specialist is a great resource to help plan your adventure. Whether you want to catch some sun on a private caye or explore ancient Maya temples (or both!), your travel agent can help plan a trip that checks all the boxes.
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