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Traveling Solo requires two things, an adventurer’s zest and a destination blessed with all the right elements. Get ready to slow-down or speed-up on the shores of Belize.
Must-Dos are in the plenty here; discover the cultural foods, pristine islands, snorkeling, thriving jungles, and ancient Maya sites…
Savor the Flavors:
Taste the succulent flavors of Belize, from north to south, east to west. Start your foodie adventures with these staple Belizean dishes: Relleno, Pibil, Rice & Beans Dinner, Conch Fritters, Sere, Boil-Up and more!
Describing island life is simple, “barefooted-heaven” with an emphasis on “Go-ing Slow”! Take the boat or hop on a small plane and head out to the main cayes: San Pedro “Ambergris” Caye and Caye Caulker or visit the secluded islands in the south like the Silk Cayes.
Snorkeling the Preserves:
Capture the views and make new friends, just below the surface. These tours are an excellent way to see why preservation efforts are a top priority in Belize. From the atolls in the north to the cayes in the south, see it all! The thriving marine ecosystem best known as the Great Barrier Reef also offers great snorkeling and diving views.
Haven, is the best way to describe the jungles of Belize…
These lush preserved dense lands are a vital part of Belize’s ecosystem and the continued conservation of the Ancient Maya archaeology. Take the Cacao Trail Tour in Punta Gorda for an intimate connection to the Maya heritage and a get a profound connection to nature.
Ancient Maya Adventures:
As the once Epi-Center of the Ancient Maya, Belize is home to hundreds of structures, most of which still remain hidden from view. Climb atop these “temples” and uncover a few of the mysteries of this historic people. Explore these top Maya Sites: Lamanai in Orange Walk, Caracol and Xunantunich in Cayo, Altun Ha in Belize District and Lubaantun in Punta Gorda.
With countless exposures awaiting the adventurer in you, start prepping for Belize! To learn more about planning your perfect vacation, let us help you! Call us toll free at: 1-800-624-0686 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.