From reefs to jungles to beaches to the mysteries of ancient Maya, Belize has it all. Just make sure to schedule some time to relax.

Northern Belize 

Northern Belize is a destination for those wanting to get closer to Mother Nature, experiencing everything from the archaeological wonders of the Maya sites to exploring the jungles and vibrant cultures. Venture into the untamed lagoons by boat in Orange Walk or unwind along the bay of Corozal. If you’re looking to get off the grid, head here!

North Islands

Explore the two prominent islands- Ambergris Caye and Caye Caulker, located off the northern coast of Belize. Caye Caulker signs caution visitors to “Go Slow,” but few need to take notice, as the island’s unwritten motto is evident by its easy-going people, sandy roads for golf carts and the rhythmic pace of the waves. Ambergris Caye has something for everyone, from its underwater adventure to relaxing on the beach or partying with your friends. Whether by boat or plane, these northern islands are must-visit destinations for a beach getaway!

Central Coast

Home to the howler monkeys and many rare bird species, Central Belize is perfect for travellers looking to get into the wild. Central Belize combines some of the country’s best features, including Maya sites, dense jungles, rushing waterfalls and extensive caves. The Central Coast is also home to Belize City, the business epicentre of Belize.

Western Belize 

Western Belize is home to many captivating attractions and activities. It’s an archaeological haven of several Maya temples, winding rivers, mysterious caves, cascading waterfalls, and a cultural tapestry. Other points of interest include butterfly farms, the Rainforest Medical trail, the Benque House of Culture, and the Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve. Western Belize has an extensive list of places to explore and tours to experience the undeniable natural beauty of Belize.

Southeast Coast

The Southeast Region is a blend of culture and adventure! From the cinematic views of the Maya Mountains to the golden-sandy beaches, this region is the place to boost your adrenaline and relax your mind. Take a trip to Dangriga Town, a laid-back Garifuna seaside community near Hopkins Village, a great beach destination! Or opt for water activities like kayaking, snorkelling, and diving in Placencia. Inland is full of adventures, like Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary, Mayflower Bocawina National Park, and St. Herman’s Blue Hole National Park. This coast has it all.

Southern Belize 

Southern Belize’s undiscovered landscapes serve as a threshold for lush rainforests, fascinating cultures and enough eco-adventures to impress even the most discerning traveller. Punta Gorda is the gateway to everything from off-shore fishing to river trips and caving, birding, and Maya archaeological sites. Not to mention, some of the nicest people you’ll ever meet.